Word is our unusually warm January and February will mean less maple syrup this year. That’s all the more reason to go out and enjoy what we do have. The Wittenbach Wege Center is making it easy to do so with their Maple Syrup Days. It’s front and center on what to do this weekend in Lowell.
Mmmmm…Maple Syrup Days and Pancake Breakfast
The Wittenbach Wege Center is getting the batter and frying pans ready to serve up a delicious breakfast tomorrow. From 8-11:30am, they will be dishing out a pancake breakfast. This is Maple Syrup Days so there will, of course, be maple syrup and maple butter on hand. Plus, you’ll get sausages, orange juice and a bottomless cup of coffee. All proceeds from the breakfast go to support the programming at the nature center.
Once you’ve polished off breakfast, work off those calories by hitting the trails. Not only will you get some fresh air, but you can also stop by some living history demonstrations. Both a Native American Camp and a Pioneer Sugar Bush will be set up along the trail. A free will donation is recommended for those visiting the demonstrations.
What: Maple Syrup Days and Pancake Breakfast
Where: Wittenbach Wege Center, 11715 Vergennes (across from the high school)
When: Saturday, March 18
8-11:30: Breakfast, 9am-1pm: living history demonstrations
Cost: Breakfast: $5 adults, $3 students, free from the pre-K crowd
Living history demonstrations: $5 suggested donation
Other Things to Put on Your Calendar
Don’t forget that this is your last weekend to see Legally Blonde: The Musical. Put on by Lowell High School students at the Lowell Performing Arts Center, it opened last week to great reviews. You can catch the show tonight, March 17 at 7pm or tomorrow night, March 18 at 7pm.
Lowell City Council will meet next on Monday, March 20 at 7pm.
The Lowell Musical Boosters are putting on their Collage Concert on Tuesday, March 21 at 7pm. There are a lot of talented musicians at the middle school and high school, and this is sure to be a great concert. We hear there will be a silent auction too!
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