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2021 Rotary Spring Tonic

DATE TBD

Pancakes and maple syrup for a good cause

Let’s celebrate maple syrup season with a modified Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival.

The Rotary Club of Barrie and the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) is hosting a drive-thru maple syrup pancake breakfast to raise funds for the local community. Pancakes will be accompanied with Tiffin Maple Syrup, supplied by NVCA.  

We are implementing timeslots at 15 minute intervals to avoid a long lineup and traffic jams. Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit our Online Shopping site to see our yummy breakfast choices and gifts
  2. Order your pancakes and other maple syrup treats
  3. Pick a time slot for when you’ll be arriving
  4. Come to the Barrie Legion at your selected time on TBD with empty stomachs.
  5. Drive to safe space (a park, your home) and enjoy your pancakes!

Items and Prices

  • Pancakes - $7 for a small order and $10 for a large order
  • Tiffin Maple Syrup - 1 litre - $30, 375 ml - $15, 200ml - $10
  • Maple Flavoured Peanuts - $6 a bag
  • Maple Sugar Candies - 4 for $3
  • Maple Pops - $0.50 each
  • Bird Boxes - $10
  • Each order of pancakes will come with a complimentary parking pass to Tiffin Conservation Area.

When ordering the yummy food, please consider adding a donation to the RVH Hearts & Minds campaign to improve cardiac care in Simcoe County.

 

Date and Time

TBD

Location:

Barrie Legion
410 St Vincent St
Barrie, ON L4M 4A6

Link to Google Maps (https://goo.gl/maps/KrWSQaGEPKHqBVtN7)

Bird Box Decorating Competition

Following the success of the apple dumpling baking contest, we will be hosting a bird box decorating contest this maple syrup season. 

Visit our Online Shopping site to order your Birdhouse construction kit. Download the Assembly Instruction and have fun building your very own birdhouse.

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Spring Tonic Pancake Breakfast

About the Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival

Over the past decade, the Rotary Club of Barrie and NVCA has been in a partnership that sees all revenues split 50/50 with each side allocating their portion accordingly.

The Rotary Club of Barrie has been eradicating Polio, helped local communities, alleviating poverty, building equality and restoring peace since 1902. The proceeds from the maple syrup drive-thru event will help the club provide donations to local charities and also allows us to take on self-directed initiatives that benefit the community as a whole.

The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority owns and manages 11 conservation areas ranging from Essa Township to the Blue Mountains. Proceeds from the maple syrup drive-thru event will go directly to maintaining and enhancing our conservation areas. Projects include maintaining and creating hiking trails and building amenities like wildlife viewing platforms bridges.

Thank You To Our Sponsors

Thank you very much to our many generous Sponsors.