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Welcome spring at sugarbush event

10:13 AM, Mar. 19, 2013
A volunteer cooks sap to make into maple syrup over an open fire during a previous Wakely Sugarbush at Historic Point Basse.
A volunteer cooks sap to make into maple syrup over an open fire during a previous Wakely Sugarbush at Historic Point Basse.
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Come one, come all to Wakely's Sugarbush from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday to welcome spring to the area.

We will be tapping maple trees, gathering the sap and cooking it down at the Woodsmith Shop. From the Woodsmith Shop, go to the Wakely House to sample silver dollar pancakes with real maple syrup.

As you travel around the site, stop at the 186s Columbia School House and Visitor Center to take part in some historic school activities and then stop at the barn to help make some cornmeal. At the log cabin on the Wisconsin River, observe ...

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