Create Your Own Healthy Easter Basket During the Craft Show in Burton

March Sunday’s in Burton can only mean one thing…pancake breakfasts.

There are several locations around town to choose from as well as several activities to participate in. The Burton Log Cabin will be making maple syrup and maple candy, a tradition in the area which dates back for centuries. An Antique and Craft Show will be in full swing at the High School, the Burton Public Library will host book sales and Century Village Museum will bustle with activity. Local antique stores and shops stocked with new ideas for spring are ready for visitors.

If you happen to stop by the Antique and Craft Show at Berkshire High School, then be sure to visit Mary Landies at her table. Easter is early this year, so why not create your very own Easter Basket while your there.

Mary Landies is a Ethical Massage Practitioner and Reflexologist. In her passion to promote healthy living, Mary has also created a few healthy products of her own. I recently had the opportunity to try both the Grammi-Nola (Gluten Free option available) and Mary’s Maple Mustard Vinaigrette. Both products are amazing!

“I love Easter and it’s early this year which is even better. I love putting together an Easter basket that has some sweets but also include some items that are healthy and will have lasting enjoyment”, says Mary.

The Antique and Craft show showcases a variety of creations including jewelry, hand crafted soaps and balms, books, candles, antiques, candy and more. Mary Landies will be at the Berkshire High School every Sunday in March along with her friend Dee Ludlow, of Goodee Basket. Mary will be featuring her Grammi-Nola granola and Maple Mustard Vinaigrette and Dee will be featuring her homemade jams.

This story is brought to you by Mary Landies Reflexology and Massage

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