Kiedrowski's Bakery Available at March 24 Avon Lake Kiwanis Breakfast
Get your tickets for the Palm Sunday all-you-can-eat breakfast now and save $1.
It’s Pancake Time in Avon Lake.
Palm Sunday (March 24) is just around the corner, which means it’s time for the semi-annual Avon Lake Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast.
This year, more than 1,300 from Avon Lake and surrounding communities are expected to attend one of the cities largest gatherings in the Avon Lake High School Commons. Friends, neighbors and who’s who in town drop by for the twice-a year event (also held Homecoming weekend).
The men and women of the Avon Lake Kiwanis Club put out an all-volunteer effort from 7:30 am. – 1:30 p.m. on March 24 when the last pancake is served. Joined by the Avon Lake High School Key Club, more than 80 volunteers will cook and serve sausages and cook (all you can eat) pancakes--and then clean it all up.
"The event is a major fundraiser to support the Avon Lake Kiwanis Club's scholarship fund for students in the city," Pancake Chair Lori Switaj said.
Grab a seat after getting your plate heaped with pancakes and sausage, and after your done with your first stack of flapjacks, wave down one of those blue-clad servers who will pile on a few more.
Get your ticket before the breakfast and save. Cost is $5 for adults (presale), $2 for kids 11 and under and free from children under 4. Tickets for adults are $6 at the door. Tickets include sausage, all-you-can-eat pancakes, milk or orange juice, coffee, butter and syrup.
This year, Kiedrowski’s Simply Delicious Bakery (they of the famed paczi and Snoogles) will also be offering items for sale.
So save your appetite, get your ticket and plan on attending the March 24 Pancake ‘n Sausage Breakfast. Tickets are available from any Kiwanian, (click link to see list of members including Avon-Avon Lake Patch editor Lori E. Switaj.
Here's what goes into the event. Breakfast by the numbers:
- 4,800 sausage links
- 300 lbs of pancake batter
- 16 gallons of syrup
- 40 pounds of whipped butter
- 50 gallons of orange juice