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A Dessert Counter Goes Seasonal

But Heather Anne Leavitt is still baking.

by Sabine Bickford

From the October, 2018 issue

Sweet Heather Anne opened its "dessert counter" in 2012 when Heather Anne Leavitt moved her pastry kitchen to Main St. north of Depot. In August, Leavitt announced the counter's closing. According to business manager Joanna Epp, who ran it, the decision was made "to devote more attention to the quality of our cakes."

Leavitt is still baking and holding private consultations in the building and will reopen the counter occasionally, including the two days preceding Thanksgiving and every Friday and Saturday from November 30 to December 22. Customers can also order some individual treats like cookies and macarons online for pickup but will have to give twenty-four hours advance notice. Or they can stop by local vendors like Argus Farm Stop, who still sell her products.     (end of article)

[Originally published in October, 2018.]

 



 
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