Maple syrup festivals in Iowa in early March


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Word has it this is a good year for sap in Iowa  – the kind that is used to make maple syrup. And there will be two festivals in late early March when a lot of us Iowans are climbing the walls, desperate for spring and short of that, distractions. So here’s the sticky scoop: Indian Creek Nature Center in Cedar Rapids and Harman Reserve Nature Center in Cedar Falls  are each having a two-day festival Saturday March 2 and Sunday March 3. They’re about an hour apart from each other.

Indian Creek Nature Center
6665 Otis Rd SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52403

 Telephone: 319-362-0664

Hartman Reserve Nature Center – You can try tapping a maple tree, watch syrup processing and, of course, eat pancakes with the real deal maple syrup!
657 Reserve Drive
Cedar Falls, IA 50613
(319) 277-2187
Fax: (319) 277-4420

A sugar maple tree

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