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March 20, 2018
Easter is on the horizon
With St. Patrick’s Day come and gone, the next holiday we have to look forward to is Easter and it’s only a short time away. Because we believe in family time, Salamanders is closed on Easter Sunday, so we are putting all of our eggs in one basket, as it were, and celebrating on Saturday, March 31st.
The first day of spring is actually the Vernal Equinox, so we will already have a week to think about it come Easter time. This year, the Vernal Equinox takes place on Tuesday, March 20, at 12:15 pm EST. At this time, the sun's most direct rays cross over from the southern hemisphere into the northern hemisphere. During this process, the sun is shining directly over the earth's equator, bathing the earth's northern and southern hemispheres in nearly an equal amount of sunlight. This should mean, and we sure hope it does, that our first patio tables and chairs will start appearing right shortly.
So, on Saturday, we will be greeting the kids at Salamanders at the annual Bunny Hop. Then, they (kids 10 and under) can eat free with their parents for the rest of the day. They will be able to select from our great Children’s Menu and doodle and colour away on our Easter placemats. We will have a spring menu on that day and maybe, just maybe, some brave souls will sit outside along the river.
Celebration is one thing. What we have to remember is what Easter is all about. Kemptville has many churches where the faithful attend Good Friday and Easter Sunday services. Some churches also celebrate Palm Sunday on March 25th.So, as we celebrate Easter and Spring, we will wish to remember our community’s Christian tradition of faith and kindness. All the best from the Salamanders team at this blessed time of year!!!