The Wild Center held its annual FlavorFest Thursday with 20 local food tasting stations - which ranged from wildflower teas to pulled pork. The museum said roughly 1,400 visitors attended FlavorFest this year, a big increase from last year's 900 visitors.
The Wild Center Grants Manager Kara Page pulls a handful of maple sugar cotton candy out of a cotton candy spinner during Thursday’s FlavorFest at the nature museum. The popular table was one of 20 local food tasting stations — which ranged from wildflower teas to pulled pork — set up for the event. The maple sugar for the cotton candy came from the museum’s Tupper Tappers maple sugaring project.
(Enterprise photo — Shaun Kittle)