In 1951, the park planted a grove of maple trees to honor Charles S. Robinson, a friend of Volney Rogers and the original owner of the mansion that now houses the Ford Nature Center. The Rocky Ridge Neighborhood Association saw the potential and started a maple project in 2013. Come out to their Sugar Shack to see what it takes to make our favorite sugary breakfast treat. Call Ford Nature Center for details, 330.740.7107.
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Sugar Shack Shindig
March 2 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Program Registration Policy
Registrations for programs are processed on a first come/first serve basis in the order that payment is received. Payment is due upon registration. Registration is required 48 hours in advance for all programs (except when noted). Some programs will accept registration after the 48 hour deadline with an additional fee. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, cash, and checks are accepted. Programs are held rain, snow, or shine. Please be advised that if you elect to come to a program, that is not advertised as drop-in, without pre-registering and paying, you may be turned away if the instructor cannot accommodate you. If you do attend a program as a drop-in, you must pay with exact cash or a check made out to Mill Creek MetroParks.
Cancellations less than 48 hours are non-refundable. Cancellations less than one week, but before 48 hour deadline will have a 10% cancellation fee. Cancellations made one week prior will receive a full refund. No program credits or transfers will be given. Many programs will allow you to send an alternate participant if you are unable to attend. Please contact the facility prior to the program, otherwise the alternate will not be accepted. A full refund will be issued if the program is cancelled by Mill Creek MetroParks.