Home

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

  • The Top of the Mountain

    It seems that some childhood memories are too sweet to forget. Litta Alexander is reaching out in the hopes someone in Newtown can help her recreate a favorite dessert from her younger years. “I moved to Newtown in 1955, as a 5-year-old,” Litta writes to us. “We lived in Hawleyville, but the family shopped in Newtown. Our special treat was from Mrs Anderson’s Bakery. It was an iced loaf cake with cinnamon and cake/sweet bread-like consistency. I think they just called it coffee cake.

  • Shrove Tuesday Celebrated

    Neasa Waaler, foreground, and Ian Hockley, behind her, with Jake, Aidan and Teagan during the 57th Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper.

  • Shrove Tuesday, And Annual Pancake Supper, March 4

    St John's Episcopal Church Warden Bruce Moulthrop was at the church Monday afternoon, affixing a temporary event sign to the St John’s permanent church sign. The church will host its 57th Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on March 4.