Sunnybrae Golf Club was the place to bring your appetites for pancake breakfast on Sunday, March 5th. The club, located at 1430 King Street in Port Perry, opened its doors for the Rotary Club of Port Perry to host its Annual Pancake & Family Day in aid of Oak Ridges Hospice.
There were lots of activities to keep every one busy, but of course the star of the show was the pancakes. Sooooo, good! They were cooked to perfection by pancake experts both on the grill in the kitchen and outside on one of two giant fire breathing grills.
Let’s face it, the only way to improve on the perfect pancake is to add sausages and lots of maple syrup!
It was really cold outside but unfortunately, Mother Nature did not bless us with an abundance of snow, so the sleigh rides and snow shoeing weren’t available.
Not too worry, Robert Gilbank was on hand with his Horse Drawn Wagon and plenty of blankets to bundle up in.
You could get to know a wee lamb or a big bunny, or just cuddle up to a warm fire outside.
Just in case you would rather stay inside, the dining room was hopping with visitors and the kids had their own space upstairs for games and crafts.
There’s no doubt everyone left full, happy and looking forward to next year’s Pancake Family Fun Day.