LIVERMORE — The community can celebrate Maine Maple Sunday at the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center, Maine’s oldest living history farm and museum, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, March 26.

A breakfast of fresh hot pancakes and sausage drizzled in Norlands’ own maple syrup will be available in the historic farmer’s cottage and original 1867 Washburn family kitchen.

The Sap House will offer boiling demonstrations and the working team of oxen will be on site. Those wishing may help tap trees and collect sap. The gift shop will be open.

In the 1853 District 7 one-room schoolhouse, the schoolmarm will be ready to share basics reading, writing and ‘rithmetic, using materials of the time. Snowshoers will be able burn breakfast calories by walking along the fields and wooded carriage trails on 445 acres.

The  charge is $5 to $7 for breakfast; otherwise the event is free. No reservations are necessary. The Washburn-Norlands Living History Center is located at 290 Norlands Road.

FMI: 207-897-4366, [email protected], www.norlands.org.

The Sap House will offer boiling demonstrations and the working team of oxen will be on site during at Norlands, Maine’s oldest living history farm and museum, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, March 26.

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