2017-12-06 / LifeStyles

Pancakes and Santa, museum’s holiday treat

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Habitat gingerbread houses will be on display

It’s time for the Sixth Annual Pancakes For Preservation Breakfast with Santa at the Cherokee County History and Arts Museum, 301 College Drive. The breakfast will be held this Saturday, December 9, from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m.

Once again, Santa will be the special guest and he’ll visit with children, pose for photos and will be his holly jolly self throughout the event, along with the sounds of favorite Christmas music being played all morning long.

Along with Santa, Habitat for Humanity will have all of this year’s Gingerbread House competitor’s creations on display.

The annual fundraiser helps support museum operations and is again hosted by the CHAPS board members, who will be serving up the popular regular, chocolate chip and blueberry pancakes, complete with tasty syrup, savory sausage and thick bacon, plus O.J., milk or coffee. Guests are welcome to have seconds.

Tickets are the same as in prior years, $10 for adults, children 12 and under $5. Tickets are being sold in advance by CHAPS board members and can also be purchased at the front desk of the museum between 10 am. and 4 pm. weekdays or on the morning of the event. For further information, please call 864-489-3988.

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