Maple Syrup Harvest: Learning through the Lens of the Season
- Maple Syrup Harvest
- Learning Ahead: Early Spring is Sugar Season
- Maple Syrup: Native American Traditions & New England History
- Living History Museums During Sugar Season
- Sugar Shacks & Shared Meals Support Connections & Culture
- Art & Literature of Seasonal Living: The Maple Tree
- Early Spring Food Tradition: Pancakes & Maple Syrup
Who am I? Where am I? These are the fundamental questions proposed by the humanities. Inquiries related to local history, literature, and education, inspire us to think deeply about the places where we live and how our identity fits into the context of our community and the seasons.
Learning Ahead: Cultural Itinerary for Western Massachusetts is a new bimonthly publication produced by Hilltown Families that sheds light on embedded learning opportunities found in cultural resources that exist within the geography, history, and cultural traditions of Western Massachusetts.
With these downloadable seasonal itineraries, self-directed teens, lifelong learners, and families are encouraged to engage together in cultural opportunities that support similar interests, resulting in a shared history, strengthening a sense of place.