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Have you ever wanted to try tapping your own maple syrup? Head on over to Milton this Saturday, March 12 or Sunday, March 13 for a maple sugaring event. The program is suitable for all ages, and kids age 2 and under are free. Also on Saturday, the East Boston YMCA will be holding an oceanside campfire on Constitution Beach. Hot chocolate will be provided.

Just a reminder: don’t forget to register for “Hunting 101 for Outdoorswomen” if you want to perfect your hunting strategies. Registration closes on March 11, and registration materials can be found here.

Check out more Massachusetts Outdoor Events on The Great Outdoors interactive Google Calendar.

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