WILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to know in Wilmington on Thursday, September 23, 2021:
#1) LIBRARY EVENT: Outdoor Baby Time
This 9:30am storytime includes books, rhymes, music and movement. Registration is for the six-week session. In the event of inclement weather, or temperatures under 55° or above 85°, storytime will move INDOORS. (Age 0-23 months). Masks are required for ages 2-12 per the Wilmington Board of Health. Register HERE.
#2) LIBRARY EVENT: Indoor Crafternoon — Leather Keychains & Cord Holders
Come learn how to use the library’s Cricut to make leather and vinyl keychains and cord holders at this fun Crafternoon from 4pm to 5pm! Grades 4-8. Masks are required for ages 2-12. Register HERE.
#3) LIBRARY EVENT: Virtual Harvesting Sap & Producing Syrup From Trees Other Than Maple
The Wilmington Memorial Library is hosting a virtual lecture titled “Harvesting Sap & Producing Syrup From Trees Other Than Maple” at 7pm via Zoom. Register HERE.
Most tree syrup is made from maple trees, but syrup is also available commercially from birch, walnut, and beech trees. Other trees, such as sycamores, hophornbeams, yellowwoods, and basswoods are known to yield an edible syrup as well. Each of these different types of trees have quirks that make syrup production from them different from that of maples.
David Moore is a Ph. D. candidate at the University of New Hampshire where he studies tree physiology and syrup production. Prior to graduate school, he ran a successful birch syruping business, The Crooked Chimney (http://www.crookedchimneysyrup.com/). His research is on syrup production from maples as well as from other species of deciduous, woody hardwoods
#4) Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For The Granite Place
The Granite Place is holding its Grand Opening celebration on Thursday, September 23, 2021, from 6pm to 9:30pm, at 5 Waltham Street in Wilmington.
The Wilmington-Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce is holding a ribbon cutting ceremony at 6:45pm. Leaders in the business community, as well as local and state officials, are expected to be on hand.
According to its website, The Granite Place is a family-owned business that fabricates high standard unique works for kitchens, bathrooms, fireplaces, and jacuzzis. The company offers a wide range of Granite colors as well as Quartz, Marble, Soap Stone, Quartzite, and other materials.
The Burlington-based business chose Wilmington to open its second location, which features a production facility and showroom.
To learn more about The Granite Place, visit its website, email email@example.com, or call 978-909-4791.
#5) Registration Open For Fall Cooking Classes From Wilmington Recreation Department
Below is a recent announcement from the Wilmington Recreation Department:
WILMINGTON, MA — Calling all chefs! Sign up for one of our fall cooking classes!
Kids Test Kitchen – In this program, children will prepare fun snacks, entrees and side dishes with key nutritious ingredients. Each week your “chef” will take home the recipe and main dish of the week to demonstrate their new skills. This class will run on Tuesdays, October 12 – November 16 (6 weeks) and is open to children in grades 1 – 5. We are offering two classes, the first is 3:45 – 4:45 p.m. and the second is 5 – 6 p.m. Cost is $115.00 per participant.
Brunch Boss – This class for adults will set you on the path to becoming a more confident and skillful baker as you prepare delicious breakfast treats! Master “mise en place”, learn mixing methods and the fundamentals of flour and bread basics. You can then apply these skills to other baking projects. Each week you will take home delicious treats to share. Classes will take place on Wednesdays, October 6 – 27 (4 weeks) from 6 – 8:30 p.m. Cost is $135.00 per participant.
Both classes will take place in the Consumer Science Room at Wilmington High School.
To register for any of our programs, please visit https://www.wilmingtonma.gov/recreation, call us at 978-658-4270, or stop by Town Hall, Room 8. We are open Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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