New Smyrna Beach's Pancakes in the Park re-scheduled to May 11

New Smyrna Beach Pancakes in the Park / Headline SurferHeadline Surfer file photo / New Smyrna Beach native Jim Humphrey, shown at far left, enjoys pancakes and good conversation with Rick Newell at the 2009 fundraiser for the New Smyrna Beach Museum of History.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- The Pancakes in the Park scheduled for 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday has been re-scheduled until the following Saturday because of the rainy weather. So please mark your calendars for 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday May 11, at the Old Fort Park.

The cost is $6 and includes pancakes, sausage, coffee, and orange juice under the oaks. A Bluegrass group will provide entertainment.

The event is a key fundraiser for the New Smyrna Museum of History, 120 Sams Ave., and its president, John Keel, thanks you for your understanding of Mother Nature and thanks you for your continued support. Anyone with questions is welcomed to call 386-478-0052

Previous Coverage:
NSB Pancakes in the Park helps stack funds for Historical Society
Posted Sat, 2009-05-09 23:01
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