Category Archives: Spring

Sugar Shacks & Maple Syrup

Maple syrup taffy making sessions, hot pancake meals and wagon rides are traditional events starting every spring asView full post »

Easter Brunch

On Easter Sunday, many enjoy a lovely pastel decorated brunch. Easter brunch is special with the start of spring andView full post »

Egg Decorating

Whether hand-blown and decorated or poached for Eggs Benedict, eggs have long been a staple at Easter. As early as 5,000View full post »

The Community Table

It will soon be the start to a fresh new season… spring. With spring comes living outdoors and spending more timeView full post »

Mushroom Hunting

It was always delightful going on a hunt for mushrooms in the pastures and fields of the prairies. As a child, it wasView full post »

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood that is observed in different forms throughout the world. The AmericanView full post »

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo simply means the date of the holiday — the fifth of May.  There are numerous ways to enjoy MexicanView full post »

The Egg Hunt

Egg Hunts are a popular tradition on Easter morning, hiding eggs outside for children to run around and find. EmilyView full post »

Easter Time 1966

Linda Hundt established Sweetie-licious Bakery Café in 2002, as a home-based business, selling her fare at farmView full post »

Ohigan

Ohigan literally means “the other shore” in Buddhist terminology. It is two periods of seven days with theView full post »

Easter Lunch Box

We all enjoy a good, healthy lunch with great company… especially when it is themed with wholesome goodness.View full post »

Easter Baskets : Interviews & Stories

The history of the Easter Basket, actually has pagan roots. Ancient farmers depended on their livestock and crops for aView full post »

Welcome Holi

Bid the grey of winter a relieved farewell and welcome spring with a burst of color. The roots of this increasinglyView full post »