February 27th (Limited Spaces Available!) and February 28th (SOLD OUT)
Times: We will be open for Home School Day 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; Please plan to arrive with enough time to spend at least 20 minutes at all 5 stations.
Cost: $15 per home school youth (4-17); Chaperones and siblings 3 and under are free
Coggeshall Farm Museum in Bristol, RIGet Tickets for February 27th
Spend the morning participating in the maple sugaring process at Coggeshall Farm Museum and learn more about the history of maple sugar in our region compared to other areas throughout New England. Learning stations will be set up throughout the farm, and participants can go through them at their own pace. We will have a station set up to carve spiles, tap the maple tree, learn the tricks for identifying maple trees in winter, create a maple leaf craft, learn about boiling off the water from the sap, and more maple fun! Pre-registration is required for this program.
February 28th is SOLD OUT. Limited spaces are available for February 27th. Sign up here.
Important Things to know:
- Coggeshall Farm Museum will be closed to the public on this day except for participating homeschoolers. Your child must be registered to attend.
- We will be open for Home School Day 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.; Please plan to arrive with enough time to spend at least 20 minutes at all 5 stations.
- Pre-registration is required.
- Please let us know as soon as possible if you need to cancel your registration. There is a high demand and we would like to be able to offer spots to other participants. You can contact us at email@example.com.
- Students’ guardians must stay in close proximity of the program location for the entire duration of the activity for safety reasons.
- While our sheep and chickens are still here, pigs and cows will not be back until our official Opening Day on April 13, 2024.
- Maple sugaring is a weather-dependent program and Coggeshall Farm Museum reserves the right to reschedule if appropriate.
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