Woman in historic clothing stirring large pots of maple syrup

Sap, Syrup & Sugar (virtual)

Program offered: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays year-round (virtual)

This program is appropriate for Grades K – 8.  

Join our Museum staff to trace the history and science of maple sugaring from early America to modern-day commercial production.  Participants will discover why maple trees make sap, see how to tap a tree, learn about the history behind sap collection and processing, and go through the steps of making maple syrup in the present day. This virtual visit is going to be SWEET!

This is a live virtual program hosted by educators at GCV&M via Zoom that can be easily broadcast into your classroom, community center, library, or anywhere you’d like to learn! 

Questions about this program’s content? Contact our Education Team at  jlane@gcv.org

Interested in booking this program? Contact our Program Registrar (585) 294-8218 or programregistrar@gcv.org 

Program length: 45 minutes – 1 hour 

Program Cost:
$125 per presentation 

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