MANCHESTER - The Wil burton Inn and Levis Family invite the community to celebrate Mothers' Day with a free disco party from 7-9 p.m. on Saturday, May 10. A sculpture tour of "Myths & Matriarchs" at the Museum of the Creative Process from will be held from 10-11a.m. earlier in the day. A $25 Farm Fresh Mother's Day brunch buffet will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 11.

All events will be held at the Wilburton Inn on River Road off Rt. 7A in Manchester Village. Reservations are required via email. RSVP at info@wilburtoninn.com. For more information, call (802) 362-2500.

"Our mother, Georgette Was serstein Levis' favorite things were dancing, enjoying fine food, and seeing families having fun together at the Wilburton Inn.

You should be dancing, yeah --- shades of the 70s return to the Wilburton Inn Saturday night for a family disco party -- part of a weekend long series of
You should be dancing, yeah --- shades of the 70s return to the Wilburton Inn Saturday night for a family disco party -- part of a weekend long series of Mother's Day events. (Supplied Photo)
We want to honor her by welcoming the community to share in these creative, joyful, delicious events." said her daughter, Melissa Levis. Georgette Levis ran the Wilburton Inn for 27 years and passed away on Feb. 6 after a courageous battle with cancer. The Levis family is working together to continue her legacy of spirited, gracious hospitality at the Wilburton Inn. Her son Maxwell and four grandsons will get the dance floor hopping as they debut as "DJ Cuz-inn" at the family disco. The Mother's Day Buffett will feature the artisanal breads, quiches, homemade granola and fruited scones from her son Oliver's Earth Sky Time Community Farm. Melissa will play the guitar and coordinate art projects for children at the Mother's Day Brunch.

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Tajlei, the eldest Levis daughter is producing the events and has become the new director of cultural events at the inn. Dr. Albert Levis, director of the Museum of the Creative Process will be leading guests through a fascinating tour of sculptures representing the transformation of wo men and goddesses in the ancient Greek, Mexican, Indian, Meso po tamian, and Biblical cultures.

Oriental Trading Company is generously sponsoring the Family Disco party.

Kids and adults are encouraged to dress in retro style. Prizes will be awarded for the most festively dressed and most enthusiastic family dancers. For details on these events call Melissa Levis at (917) 680-6739.