Lansing’s Fenner Nature Center Hosts Annual Maple Syrup Festival This Weekend
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you can indulge it this weekend at Lansing’s Fenner Nature Center during their annual Maple Syrup Festival.
The Lansing State Journal reports that there are plenty of things to experience and enjoy during the Maple Syrup Festival:
- Watching how what’s taken from trees “is turned into syrup, sugar, creme and cotton candy.”
- Try taping a tree yourself.
- Balance a yolk lift.
- Sample and/or purchase “sweet treats” made from “nature’s own ‘liquid gold'”.
- Sit down for some “all-you-can-eat flapjacks”. Flapjacks are just $8.
Admission for this family friendly event is totally free. But, if you do end up enjoying some flapjacks while you’re there, rest easy in the knowledge that all proceeds go towards the Fenner Conservancy and keeping the Fenner Nature Center up and running. If you want to take the family, the maple syrup festival is this Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm at the Fenner Nature Center. Get more info on this event HERE, as well as other things to do this weekend in the Lansing area.
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