Pancake breakfast (donations requested) to support the local New Hope Fire Department. Our family takes great pride in the taste & quality of our maple syrup. Come have fun, ride along to collect sap, tap a tree, taste the sap, taste & buy the different grades of maple syrup, maple cotton candy, maplecream, maple candy, and maple sugar, and more. We will have maple ice cream, maple popcorn, maple hot dogs, maple soda. Located 11 miles south of Skaneateles on 41-A. Visit and see the future of NY Maple produced in rural communities and see why New Hope is famous for pancakes and pure maple syrup.
Learn the tips and tricks to become a perfect baker. Reservations required.
391 Main St.
Aurora, NY 13026
||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
On Saturday nights Treleaven will transform The Barrel Room into a movie theatre where you can sip on your favorite vino & munch on freshly popped popcorn with friends while watching a film! Tasting room open at 6pm for tastings and wine purchases.
Admission includes one FREE bag of popcorn.
Our 17th Annual Amateur Chef’s Night is almost here! On Thursday, February 5, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30pm, the Community Preservation Committee’s (CPC’s) signature fundraising event returns to Sacred Heart. What a great opportunity to eat, drink and be merry with friends and family, all while supporting the Willard Chapel.
What makes this food-and fun-fund raiser so special is the hearty participation of many chefs we know and love from our own community. Our friendly chefs will prepare and serve appetizers, soups, and desserts with a side of cheery banter! A carving station, with beer tasting by Budweiser joining long-time supporter Dr. Frank for wine tasting, rounds out the fare for the evening. A silent auction of quality goods and services adds a dash of excitement too! There will be ample informal seating for everyone.
Tickets for Chef’s Night are a $40 donation per person and are available at the Willard Chapel office, 17 Nelson Street Auburn. Stop by anytime we’re open Tuesdays through Fridays, 10am-4pm. All proceeds will benefit the CPC and the Willard Memorial Chapel.
Owners of Garage Eatz Jamie and Kristin Hunt celebrate 10 years of the restaurant being open.
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