July 4th Pancake Breakfast in Carnation!

Enjoy Carnation's traditional 4th of July Pancake Breakfast right before the start of the Parade

Our community loves this kick-off event for the annual 4th of July celebration in Carnation.  Join us from 8 AM to 11 AM for pancakes, eggs, and sausage, along with juice and coffee.  Our famous homemade (and locally picked) strawberry sauce is always on hand for that special touch.  A hearty breakfast is especially important if you just crossed the finish line of the 5K run!  And all for a good cause...

This tremendous and delicious fundraiser is a great way to meet everyone in the community, and a special way of giving back to the valley by financing the Good Neighbor Fund.  The fund helps people in the local community who are struggling to pay their bills, feed their family, and afford transportation to their jobs or job interviews.  It is a way for us to extend a hand and literally “help our neighbor” when times are tough.

Prices for the benefit breakfast this year are: $8.00 for adults and teens; $6.00 for kids 4 to 12 years old; free for kids 3 and under!   

We hope to see you there!

We are located on Tolt Avenue (Hwy 203) between Rutherford and Morrison.  Across from the Carnation Library.  
4851 Tolt Ave, Carnation, WA  98014

Please also see the map below...


We could not serve hundreds of pancakes to all of Carnation on the 4th of July without the help of our wonderful sponsors. Please pass on our appreciation to:

Harvold’s Berry Farm
Ixtapa Carnation
Albertson’s Redmond
Smart Foodservice Warehouse
Tolt Laundry and Storage
Costco Redmond and Issaquah
Target Redmond
QFC Redmond Ridge
Starbucks Carnation
IGA Carnation
Family Grocer Duvall
Pete's Club
Tracie Lynn Salon
Carnation Corners
ACE Hardware Carnation
Tolt Church Women’s Fellowship

Carnation Cafe 

Their support means our GOOD NEIGHBOR FUND is ready for the coming year as we support valley neighbors in need of short term assistance for rent, utilities, gas and other essentials.

Click here for a Pancake Breakfast history article.