About Maple Sugaring at the Historic Prophetstown Village

Join us from Noon to 4 p.m. March 24 and 25 at the Native American village at Prophetstown State Park for the fifth annual maple sugaring demonstration. Visitors will see, smell, and taste history during this event. Woodland Indian Educational Program presenters, Jessica and Mark Eaton, will demonstrate historic Native American-style maple sugaring techniques using clay vessels, hot stone boiling, and evaporation in metal kettles. Help stir the sap, tend the fire, taste the treats, and more. Make sure to dress for the weather. The activities are free and open to the public after paying the gate admission fee of $8/carload (in-state) or $10/carload (out-of-state). For more information call 765-567-4919 or email amanuel@dnr.in.gov