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* Maple Syrup FestivalMaple Syrup Festival

Time: 8:30 am

30 years running! Come celebrate the art of maple syrup making. Follow the process from tree to table and then enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with our real maple syrup! Live music and special celebrations each day. Hours are 8:30am -12:30pm. Anyone celebrating a 30th birthday or 30th wedding anniversary in 2013 gets in free! Tickets are $10/adults; $5/children at the door. Join us for the fun!

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* Maple Syrup FestivalMaple Syrup Festival

Time: 8:30 am

30 years running! Come celebrate the art of maple syrup making. Follow the process from tree to table and then enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with our real maple syrup! Live music and special celebrations each day. Hours are 8:30am -12:30pm. Anyone celebrating a 30th birthday or 30th wedding anniversary in 2013 gets in free! Tickets are $10/adults; $5/children at the door. Join us for the fun!

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* Sticky, Sappy StoriesSticky, Sappy Stories

Time: 7:00 pm

Storyteller Darrin Crow brings Native American legends and pioneer folk tales of maple syrup making to life in this fun, family evening. Visit the sugar house and learn about the syruping process. Enjoy great stories and activities, and taste the Nature Center’s own syrup on a special treat. Cost: $4/M Adult; $5/NM Adult; $2/M Child; $3/NM Child Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click here to register online.

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* Maple Syruping!Maple Syruping!

Time: 1:00 pm

Bring the family for a maple syruping experience! Use the sugarmaker’s tools to tap a tree, visit the sugarhouse to learn how sap becomes syrup, and enjoy a taste of ICNC’s real maple syrup on ice cream. Cost: $3/person Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* PP: Maple SyrupingPP: Maple Syruping

Time: 9:30 am

This unique, fun pioneer activity can only be experienced in late winter Listen to a Native American legend, tap a tree, learn how we gather and boil sap, and visit the Maple Sugar House to see how sap is turned into syrup. The hour ends with a taste of our real maple syrup on ice cream! For preschoolers and their parents. Fee is $3.00 for both children and adults for this program. Limited to 14 children. Registration is required by 3:00pm the day before the program. Register by calling 319-362-0664 or click here to register online.

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* PP: Maple SyrupingPP: Maple Syruping

Time: 9:30 am

This unique, fun pioneer activity can only be experienced in late winter Listen to a Native American legend, tap a tree, learn how we gather and boil sap, and visit the Maple Sugar House to see how sap is turned into syrup. The hour ends with a taste of our real maple syrup on ice cream! For preschoolers and their parents. Fee is $3.00 for both children and adults for this program. Limited to 14 children. Registration is required by 3:00pm the day before the program. Register by calling 319-362-0664 or click here to register online.

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* Maple Syruping!Maple Syruping!

Time: 1:00 pm

Bring the family for a maple syruping experience! Use the sugarmaker’s tools to tap a tree, visit the sugarhouse to learn how sap becomes syrup, and enjoy a taste of ICNC’s real maple syrup on ice cream. Cost: $3/person Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* Backyard Chicken BasicsBackyard Chicken Basics

Time: 7:00 pm

This workshop is FULL. The next workshop is scheduled for Thursday, May 2nd.

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* Spring EquinoxSpring Equinox

Time: 6:30 pm

Spring is here! Today we celebrate equality; for today, night and day are of equal length! Celebrate rebirth and renewal, the reawakening of all things as Earth shifts toward light and longer days. Enjoy a variety of spring-themed activities, both indoors and out. Create miniature kites for flying and miniature flower pots for seedlings. Weather permitting, walk outdoors and share reflections about this lovely time of year. Co-sponsored by the Nature Center and Prairiewoods Franciscan Spirituality Center, the event will be held at Prairiewoods. Free will offering. For details, call Prairiewoods at 319-395-6700 or visit www.prairiewoods.org.

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* Maple Syruping!Maple Syruping!

Time: 1:00 pm

Bring the family for a maple syruping experience! Use the sugarmaker’s tools to tap a tree, visit the sugarhouse to learn how sap become syrup, and enjoy a taste of ICNC’s real maple syrup on ice cream. Cost: $3/person Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* What If Ice Age Mammals ReturnWhat If Ice Age Mammals Return

Time: 2:00 pm

Imagine what the Nature Center’s landscape might look like if giant sloths and mammoths still roamed. How would these ecosystem engineers change our woods and prairies? Join Naturalist David Brenzel to explore the idea of what natural really means in our woods and prairie. Cost: $4/M; $5/NM Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* GPS Easter Egg HuntGPS Easter Egg Hunt

Time: 12:00 pm

This program is FILLED.

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* Maple Syrup FestivalMaple Syrup Festival

Time: 8:30 am

30 years running! Come celebrate the art of maple syrup making. Follow the process from tree to table and then enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with our real maple syrup! Live music and special celebrations each day. Hours are 8:30am -12:30pm. Anyone celebrating a 30th birthday or 30th wedding anniversary in 2013 gets in free! Tickets are $10/adults; $5/children at the door. Join us for the fun!

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* Maple Syrup FestivalMaple Syrup Festival

Time: 8:30 am

30 years running! Come celebrate the art of maple syrup making. Follow the process from tree to table and then enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast with our real maple syrup! Live music and special celebrations each day. Hours are 8:30am -12:30pm. Anyone celebrating a 30th birthday or 30th wedding anniversary in 2013 gets in free! Tickets are $10/adults; $5/children at the door. Join us for the fun!

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* Sticky, Sappy StoriesSticky, Sappy Stories

Time: 7:00 pm

Storyteller Darrin Crow brings Native American legends and pioneer folk tales of maple syrup making to life in this fun, family evening. Visit the sugar house and learn about the syruping process. Enjoy great stories and activities, and taste the Nature Center’s own syrup on a special treat. Cost: $4/M Adult; $5/NM Adult; $2/M Child; $3/NM Child Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click here to register online.

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* Maple Syruping!Maple Syruping!

Time: 1:00 pm

Bring the family for a maple syruping experience! Use the sugarmaker’s tools to tap a tree, visit the sugarhouse to learn how sap becomes syrup, and enjoy a taste of ICNC’s real maple syrup on ice cream. Cost: $3/person Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* PP: Maple SyrupingPP: Maple Syruping

Time: 9:30 am

This unique, fun pioneer activity can only be experienced in late winter Listen to a Native American legend, tap a tree, learn how we gather and boil sap, and visit the Maple Sugar House to see how sap is turned into syrup. The hour ends with a taste of our real maple syrup on ice cream! For preschoolers and their parents. Fee is $3.00 for both children and adults for this program. Limited to 14 children. Registration is required by 3:00pm the day before the program. Register by calling 319-362-0664 or click here to register online.

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* PP: Maple SyrupingPP: Maple Syruping

Time: 9:30 am

This unique, fun pioneer activity can only be experienced in late winter Listen to a Native American legend, tap a tree, learn how we gather and boil sap, and visit the Maple Sugar House to see how sap is turned into syrup. The hour ends with a taste of our real maple syrup on ice cream! For preschoolers and their parents. Fee is $3.00 for both children and adults for this program. Limited to 14 children. Registration is required by 3:00pm the day before the program. Register by calling 319-362-0664 or click here to register online.

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* Maple Syruping!Maple Syruping!

Time: 1:00 pm

Bring the family for a maple syruping experience! Use the sugarmaker’s tools to tap a tree, visit the sugarhouse to learn how sap becomes syrup, and enjoy a taste of ICNC’s real maple syrup on ice cream. Cost: $3/person Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* Backyard Chicken BasicsBackyard Chicken Basics

Time: 7:00 pm

This workshop is FULL. The next workshop is scheduled for Thursday, May 2nd.

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* Spring EquinoxSpring Equinox

Time: 6:30 pm

Spring is here! Today we celebrate equality; for today, night and day are of equal length! Celebrate rebirth and renewal, the reawakening of all things as Earth shifts toward light and longer days. Enjoy a variety of spring-themed activities, both indoors and out. Create miniature kites for flying and miniature flower pots for seedlings. Weather permitting, walk outdoors and share reflections about this lovely time of year. Co-sponsored by the Nature Center and Prairiewoods Franciscan Spirituality Center, the event will be held at Prairiewoods. Free will offering. For details, call Prairiewoods at 319-395-6700 or visit www.prairiewoods.org.

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* Maple Syruping!Maple Syruping!

Time: 1:00 pm

Bring the family for a maple syruping experience! Use the sugarmaker’s tools to tap a tree, visit the sugarhouse to learn how sap become syrup, and enjoy a taste of ICNC’s real maple syrup on ice cream. Cost: $3/person Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* What If Ice Age Mammals ReturnWhat If Ice Age Mammals Return

Time: 2:00 pm

Imagine what the Nature Center’s landscape might look like if giant sloths and mammoths still roamed. How would these ecosystem engineers change our woods and prairies? Join Naturalist David Brenzel to explore the idea of what natural really means in our woods and prairie. Cost: $4/M; $5/NM Registration requested. Call 319-362-0664 to register by phone or click to register online.

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* GPS Easter Egg HuntGPS Easter Egg Hunt

Time: 12:00 pm

This program is FILLED.

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Category Key
 Adults
 Holidays
 Kids
 Nature Camp
 Public/Family
 Scouts
 Special Events