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Wed, Nov 13


Glazey Dayz

National Sundae Day

Special Offer! Nov 13th Only!

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National Sundae Day
National Sundae Day

Time & Location

Nov 13, 2019, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Glazey Dayz, 27 Siemon Company Dr #105w, Watertown, CT 06795, USA

About the Event

National Sundae Day is Monday, Nov 11th we are closed so we are offering this Promo on Wednesday, Nov 13trh.

Come into the studio and paint a Sundae dish for the all inclusive price of $24.95 (+ tax). Price includes one ceramic sundae dish, painting, glazing and firing. This offer is good November 13th only and cannot be combined with any other offer.  

NATIONAL DAY CALENDAR: Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Sundae Day.  The oldest known record of an ice cream sundae is an advertisement in the Ithica Daily Journal dated October 5, 1892, with the conventional day of the week spelling – Sunday.  It has been hotly debated where the sundae originated.  There has been a friendly rivalry between Ithaca, New York, and Two Rivers, Wisconsin over which city is the true birthplace of the sundae.  

The Two Rivers’ claim is that in 1881, Druggist Edward Berners served the sweet concoction when customer George Hallauer ordered an ice cream soda.  Because it was the Sabbath, ice cream sodas were prohibited at that time.  As a compromise, Berners served the ice cream in a dish without soda and topped it with chocolate syrup.  This story is disputed by some because Berners would have only been 18 at the time the story takes place.

In Ithica on a Sunday after church in 1892, Chester Platt, proprietor of Platt & Colt Pharmacy, and the Reverend John M. Scott stopped at the pharmacy to enjoy a bowl of ice cream.  Instead of just plain vanilla, Platt topped the scoops with cherry syrup and a candied cherry.  The dessert looked and tasted so delightful it required its own name. It was named for the day it was created. Ithaca also has some historical evidence supporting this, including the advertisement for a Cherry Sunday.

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