Don’t Miss: 50th Annual Pancake Breakfast This Saturday

Looking for an activity this weekend that is sure to provide fun for the whole family?
The Kiwanis Club of La Jolla is hosting their annual pancake breakfast, this Saturday, July 27th from 7:30 AM to 11:30 AM at the La Jolla Recreation Center.

The Kiawanis Club was started in 1920 and is a diverse group of members of the community ranging from business to military to government. Their goal is to hold events that service the community and raise money through its events such as the pancake breakfast or their marathon, the La Jolla Half Marathon. They then donate most of the proceeds to charity, especially to charities that benefit children.

Tickets cost $10 each but are free for kids, ages 10 and younger. With this ticket comes an all-you-can-eat breakfast with pancakes and sausages. If you want to purchase your ticket ahead of time, you can purchase them at C&H Photo. You can also buy your tickets at the event.

Not only will there be great food, there will also be a raffle, face painting, pony rides, bounce houses and live music from the Torrey Pines Ramblers!

Stop by the pancake breakfast, enjoy some great food, and support a great cause.

Have you been to the annual flapjack breakfast before? What did you think of it? Let us know with a comment!

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Maddie Erdossy
Maddie Erdossy is a junior English major at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is interning at the Blue Book for a second summer as a social media contributor and blogger. As a graduate of The Bishop’s School and resident of Rancho Santa Fe, she is knowledgeable about both La Jolla and all things in North County. Her blog posts focus on food, entertainment and lifestyle around San Diego.

One thought on “Don’t Miss: 50th Annual Pancake Breakfast This Saturday

  1. The Pancake Breakfast put on by the Kiwanis Club for the past 50 years is an annual tradition and treat for kids of all ages. This event is like the 4th of July Fireworks and the Holiday Parade, you don’t ever want to miss.
    The benefits of raising money for community while having a place to see and be with friends and family is awesome. A homemade “Flapjack” maple syrup and cup of coffee sitting around picnic table with your fellow neighbor is just plain fun.
    Even if you don’t have kids but enjoy the family atmosphere you’ll get plenty of laughs watching the bounce house, games and smiles of the kids on the inflatable slide.
    I think an early workout and a jog to the rec-center and finish with a full plate of PANCAKES is my plan. Thank you to all the Kiwanis and the extra volunteers. KevCo

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