March 27, 2016
9:30am to 2pm
$5-$7 for breakfast; otherwise free
Celebrate Maine Maple Sunday at the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center in Livermore. Experience a late winter ritual done the old-fashioned way. Enjoy a hearty breakfast in the historic farmer’s cottage with fresh hot pancakes and sausage drizzled in Norlands’ own maple syrup. Visit the Sap House to see boiling demonstrations and meet the working team of oxen. Journey back to 1853 in the District #7 one-room schoolhouse. The schoolmarm will be ready to teach you the basics reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic using materials of the time. It’s all in fun! Burn calories from breakfast by walking (or snowshoeing) along the tranquil fields and wooded carriage trails on 445 acres at this National Historic Site. Visit the gift shop for Norlands’ own maple syrup and other treats to take home.
The only charge is $5 - $7 for breakfast; otherwise the event is free. No reservations are necessary. The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center is located at 290 Norlands Road in Livermore.
FMI: call 207-897-4366, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.norlands.org.