2018 Papoose Club Annual Pancake Breakfast

    Start This Labor Day Weekend with a Pancake Breakfast!

    Join Papoose Club volunteers for our biggest annual fundraiser: Wagon Days Papoose Pancake Breakfast. It will take place on the Ketchum Town Square, September 1st and 2nd from 8 am to noon.

    The Papoose Pancake Breakfast at Wagon Days has been a community tradition since 1977. It is  held on the Saturday and Sunday mornings of Labor Day weekend at the Ketchum Town Square. Serving a fresh homemade country breakfast of pancakes, sausages, eggs, fruit and locally brewed Starbucks coffee served by club members and volunteers.  If you would like to help out, sign up for a shift here, have fun and make some new friends.  

    On Saturday, the breakfast is followed by the Big Hitch Parade, one of the largest non-motorized parades in the Pacific Northwest featuring museum quality wagons, buggies, and stagecoaches.  Come back again to join us for breakfast on Sunday and bring your friends and family! 

    All You Can Eat Breakfast 

    $10 Adult

    $7 Seniors and Youth

    Free for 3 and under

    Don't forget your fruit

    Pancake Flippers


    Papoose Club provides important financial support to local organizations that serve children. We make it possible for kids of the Wood River Valley to grow up with access to a wide variety of activities. The Club’s mission is to promote and assist cultural, social educational and athletic activities for the children in the Wood River Valley.  Fundraising events like this one and help from our sponsors make it possible.  If you are interested in sponsoring this event contact Mary  for more information.


    Thank you to our generous donors and supporters! 


    So many other great events going on this Labor Day holiday weekend!

    Please join us in celebrating the 61st edition of the Wagon Days Weekend! Throughout the weekend there will be many activities for you to enjoy – the Big Hitch Parade, a bareback riding demonstration, street party, an arts and crafts festival and an antique fair. Listen to cowboy poets and meandering musicians wandering our streets or shop at our boutiques and art galleries.  With many free children’s activities this is a family-friendly occasion. Check out this schedule of events.

    Another big event in Ketchum during the Wagon Days Weekend is Rebecca’s Private Idaho, your ticket to the wild, rugged Idaho that few people know. Ride 100 miles with mountain bike endurance champion Rebecca Rusch on grueling gravel roads, through canyons, over summits, and across high mountain basins. And now including 50 and 20 mile options. When you’re done, expect a healthy dose of western hospitality and the good feeling that comes from supporting charities like the Wood River Bike Coalition, People for Bikes, and World Bicycle Relief.
    Link for information and registration: http://www.rebeccasprivateidaho.com/about
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