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Maple Sugaring and Black History at Seed Song Farm & Center | Kingston

Maple Sugaring and Black History

at Seed Song Farm in partnership with A.J. William Meyers African Roots Center

Saturday, February 24, 2024

11 am – 3 pm

Sliding-Scale admission:

Regular $10 | Pay-it-forward $15 | Low income $7

Regular $6 | Pay-It-Forward $10 | Low Income $4

Families (6 people or less)
Regular $30 | Pay-It-Forward $45 |Low Income $20

Food Sold Separately

Maple Tour, Stories and Pancakes!

Guest Speaker Anthony Dandridge, Director of Kingston A.J.W. Myers African Roots Center presents: “We Are the Land,” explores the profound and enduring connection between people of African descent and the land. The speech delves into the historical, cultural, and contemporary aspects of this relationship, emphasizing its significance in shaping identity, fostering resilience, and preserving heritage.

Rekindle your relationship to the land this winter– join us for a Maple Sugaring weekend event and tour– a fun, delicious educational and cultural experience for all ages.

Tree-tapping activity- learn the science of maple sugaring
Collect sap from the maple trees
Gather ’round the sap boiler in the Sugar Shack and learn more about this sweet process.
Pancakes with our own maple syrup will be served (note: food is not included in admission)
Feed our sheep and other farm animals
Tree Art and Gratitude activities
Live music from the Seed Song Farm-ily Band!



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