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Spring Or Winter? What Will The Groundhogs (And A Duck) Say?

Will Chuckles, Cider and Scramble (the only duck in the crowd) all agree on whether we’ll have six more weeks of winter? We shall see at these three Groundhog Day events on Feb. 2.

Manchester: Connecticut Chuckles IX makes his annual prediction at the Lutz Children’s Museum, 247 S. Main St., which opens at 6 p.m.; coffee and breakfast foods will be served before Chuckles breaks the news at about 6:45. Free. lutzmuseum.org.

Eastford: Scramble the Duck has predicted the arrival of spring for the past four years during “Duck Day: Alternative to Groundhog Day” at the Ivy Glenn Memorial, 179 Eastford Road, starting at 7:30 a.m. To predict the weather, Scramble emerges from a model of the Ivy Glenn building and proceeds down a red carpet where he will tell us whether we are due for more winter.

West Hartford: Cider the groundhog makes his predictions at at The Children’s Museum, which opens at 9 a.m. for breakfast and Groundhog Day activities. Included with admission: $13.75, $14.75. thechildrensmuseumct.org

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