Have you voted absentee? Plan on showing up to the town office tomorrow to cast your vote? Either way stop by The Library for a piece sliced piece of election cake! A almost forgotten tradition dating back to 1796.
“The story of the cake goes as follows: In early spring, elections for governor and other offices were held in towns around Connecticut, and in May, representatives from around the colony gathered for the ballot counting in Hartford, an event that often ran long into the night.”