Bits and Bites: Arlington Legion to host Sunday breakfast


Breakfast is served

The American Legion Post 69 at 54 Legion Road in Arlington will host a breakfast from 8 to 10 a.m. Sunday. Seniors, 65 and older, eat for free. All others are $5 each, donations are greatly appreciated. Omelets to order are back on the menu. Call 802-375-6157 for more information


Does this sudden warm up in the weather have you already skipping spring and thinking about summer treats? Quench your hunger for summer by stopping by Wilcox's Ice Cream and Specialty foods shop on Old Camp Road in Arlington. This week's special flavor is chocolate ice cream with fudge swirl and chunks of peanut butter cups.

They asked Facebook fans to suggest a name for the newest creation. May we suggest, "delicious"?

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On tap

Stop by Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery on Bridge Street in Brattleboro and try a pint of their newest brew Equinox Amber.

The brewery gives this description on its website: "Spring is nearly upon us, and we're yearning towards it. What better way to pass the time than to sip on a lovely Amber Ale? Its well-rounded maltiness is kept in balance by a generous amount of wheat in the grain bill and judicious amounts of Centennial hops in the kettle."

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Brattleboro Food Co-op

Make your own lip balm: Learn how to make lip balm from scratch. Each participant will get to bring home a tube and a tin of lip balm in a flavor they choose. Thursday, March 10, 3:30 to 5 p.m., in the Co-op Community Room. Cost is $5 for co-op shareholders, $7 for non-shareholders. Registration required.

Free wine and appetizers: Come sample wines from the Brattleboro Food Co-op selection, paired with appetizers. Free to patrons over 21 with a valid ID. Friday, March 11, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Overfishing and sea vegetables class: Learn how to make sustainable choices when it comes to fish, and discover the pros and cons of aquaculture. Learn about the many health benefits of consuming sea vegetables, and taste some easy ways to incorporate them into your diet. Taught by Robin Matathias, who teaches environmental studies at Keene State College, on Saturday, March 12, 1 to 3 p.m, in the Co-op Community Room. Free. Pre-registration required.

Kids cooking class: Make the classic Greek dish "spanikopita," paired with a beet tzadziki, which is an herbed yogurt sauce featuring the Harvest of the Month: Beets. Wednesday, March 16, 3:30 to 5 p.m., at the Co-op Cooking Classroom. Free. Pre-registration required.


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