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Sapsucker Festival

  • John James Audubon Center 1201 Pawlings Road Audubon, PA, 19403 United States (map)

The annual Sapsucker Festival explores the evolution of maple sugar techniques by visiting the Native American, Colonial, and Modern Day sugar making stations. Check out maple syrup tastings and sales, tree tapping demonstrations, live owl presentation, and a Bob Evans pancake breakfast. Enter to win a raffle basket from a local business. Stop by Kid’s Corner to learn about bird conversation through free, fun crafts. New this year: guided bird walks. Breakfast is $5/person. Kids 5 and under eat free. All proceeds benefit JJAC’s community environmental education programs. All ages, free. CLICK HERE for more information. 

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