Journeys of Dr. G at Tyler Arboretum

The sabbatical project continues, exploring all that Tyler Arboretum has to offer

Preparing for the Pancake Breakfast!

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The tables are set and ready for breakfast!

The tables are set and ready for breakfast!

Tomorrow (Saturday, February 22) is Tyler Arboretum’s Pancake Breakfast & Maple Sugaring Celebration.  I love this event!  It is so much fun and offers the opportunity to get out in the winter for a fresh, hot breakfast and some time to explore the maple sugaring process (similar to my blog post on the maple sugaring class I attended back in January).  After having attended many pancake breakfasts, I decided to lend a hand today in helping set up the event.  It took a mini-army of volunteers, but under the organized and watchful eye of Sally Rogers (Tyler’s Special Events Manager), we stacked baskets with sugar and tea packets, filled bins with napkins and butter packets, and filled bottles with maple syrup from Aunt Jemima and 100% maple syrup from Vermont!  Hope to see lots of people at the breakfast tomorrow!

The griddle pans are lined and ready to go for the pancake flippers!

The griddle pans are lined and ready to go for the pancake flippers!

Don't forget that pancakes and sausage will be served upstairs AND downstairs!

Don’t forget that pancakes and sausage will be served upstairs AND downstairs!

Author: Dr. G

Dr. Laura Guertin, Professor of Earth Science, Penn State Brandywine. Learn more at http://about.me/drlauraguertin

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