Gelato Fiasco Scoopathon TOMORROW!
Each year, Gelato Fiasco hosts a Scooping for Community event to benefit the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust.
This year’s fundraiser is tomorrow, April 9 from 11:00am to 11:00pm at the Gelato Fiasco located at 74 Maine Street in Brunswick.
All you have to do is tell your server that you support BTLT and 100% of your eligible purchase will be donated to the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust!
Eligible sales include pre-tax sales of gelato dishes, cones, coffees, teas, affogatos, Create-a-Pints (limit three per party for donation), and Mystery Pints. Pre-packed freezer pints, bottled drinks, bagged coffee, cookies, shakes, specials, The Fiasco, gift cards, and other gifts are not eligible.
Thank you to Gelato Fiasco and our community members for supporting the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust!
BTLT in the News, “Fat Biking in Brunswick”
On February 10, Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust teamed up with Six Rivers NEMBA, Midcoast Conservancy, and the Merrymeeting Wheelers for a group fat tire mountain bike ride at Neptune Woods. Over 40 people attended and many ended up at the Brews for a Cause Fundraiser to benefit BTLT hosted by Flight Deck Brewing on Brunswick Landing.
Patrick Gabrion posted about the ride on the cycling blog, Pedal 2 Page, covering the event.
I heard one participant say, “I love these trails,” and that was the sentiment expressed by many others. Here’s my take on the four miles of loops:
* Well groomed and the abundance of trees kept icy conditions to a minimum
* Wooden bridges, not too many and short, were wide enough that they didn’t create freak-out moments
* Well marked
* Ample parking
* Despite the occasional plane taking off at the nearby airport, the wooded area was quiet and peaceful
BTLT reached out to Six Rivers NEMBA to run Sunday’s ride. In the end, the event represented a collaboration between BTLT, Six Rivers, the Merrymeeting Wheelers and the Midcoast Conservancy, which provided 20 fat bikes to loan to participants.Pedal 2 Page
“The number of participants was staggering,” said Lawrence Kovacs, president of Six Rivers NEMBA.