Pancakes & Plenty More: The Women of Nashotah House Offer Traditional Pancake Breakfast Saturday, March 1, 2014

Tired of getting up early and cooking the Saturday morning pancake breakfast for the whole family? Tired of trying to satisfy every culinary whim in your household – ‘I want blueberry, I want strawberry, I don’t want anything’?

Well, worry no longer.

Let the Women of Nashotah House (WoNH) serve your family. Join us for breakfast Saturday, March 1, from 8 am – 12 pm in the James Lloyd Breck Refectory. Enjoy cooked-to-order  pancakes and all the trimmings in the relaxed and serene atmosphere of our historic campus on the shores of Upper Nashotah Lake. Don’t forget to sample Nashotah’s own delicious house-made maple syrup, sure to delight the senses. And whatever you do, don’t miss the bake sale, Nashotah’s abundant array of traditional homemade treats, sweets and savories.

‘In this day and age, it is increasingly rare for families to enjoy a peaceful, lingering and plentiful breakfast together’, says the Rt. Rev. Edward L. Salmon, Jr., Dean and President of Nashotah House, ‘and this traditional pancake breakfast is the perfect opportunity for families to be intentionally together, take in our historic surroundings and to be spiritually replenished’.

Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance: $10 for adults and $6 for children (3 years and under eat free). More information may be found by visiting our website www.nashotah.edu. All proceeds to benefit the Women of Nashotah House’s Spring Lenten Retreat.

For the history buff of the family, docent-guided tours of Nashotah House – Wisconsin’s oldest institution of higher learning and piety – will be available. Visitors will explore the historic heart of campus, the Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin. Donations for tours are accepted. Tours will last approximately thirty minutes and will depart on the half hour from the Refectory (8:30, 9:30, 10:30).

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Located in Nashotah, Wisconsin, Nashotah House Theological Seminary is the oldest institute of higher education in the state of Wisconsin. Founded in 1842 by a Missionary Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Nashotah House belongs to the Anglican tradition of worship, theology and spirituality. That is, Nashotah House traces her roots to the Church of England and locates herself within the worldwide Anglican Communion. Comprehending the fundamental disciplines of Holy Scripture, Theology, Church History, Spirituality and Pastoral Ministry, the curriculum at Nashotah House not only roots our students in the ancient wisdom of the Church, it prepares and empowers them to communicate the Gospel to the world today.