The Brattleboro Area Jewish Community to host a 'Coffee Break' at the I-91 Welcome Center


The Brattleboro Area Jewish Community will be hosting a "Coffee Break" all day Friday, Sept. 2, at the Welcome Center in Guilford on I-91 North to kick off the Labor Day weekend holiday. Starting at 7:30 a.m., we will offer hot coffee and tea; bagels; hot oatmeal, apple cider donuts; an assortment of homemade muffins, pastries, and other home-baked goods; egg salad, tuna salad, and cheese sandwiches; tastes of various flavored challah; Vermont-made yogurt; a variety of cold drinks, including freshly squeezed lemonade. Traveling canines will be welcomed with fresh water and healthy dog biscuits. All food, drinks, and supplies have been donated by local Vermont businesses and by BAJC cooks and bakers, and are offered for free-will donation. If you know any visitors traveling to our beautiful Green Mountain State on this holiday weekend, be sure to tell them to rest and refresh at the Welcome Center come out for a ride on Friday and nosh with BAJC.


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