The Sparks Fire Department is hosting its 24th annual pancake breakfast and open house on Saturday morning.
This year's breakfast will include pancakes, eggs, ham, juice, milk and coffee.
Aside from the food, the public can also tour the fire station and learn how to keep their home fire-safe.
The fire department holds the breakfast open house every year to kick off National Fire Prevention Week. They say it's a fun way to spread a little fire safety.
"So they can visit with the firefighters, have a great pancake breakfast with us, learn all about fire safety and what we do for the community," says Fire Marshal Bob King.
The Sparks Fire Department Headquarters Station is located at 1605 Victorian Avenue with the breakfast starting at 8am - through noon.
Tickets cost $5 for adults ($4 with can food donation), $2 for children under 12 and $2 for senior citizens.
Shuttle service and free parking will be provided. (Park in either of the 2 lots west of the movie theater at C Street and Victorian Plaza Circle – and watch for the Boys & Girls Club shuttle bus.)
Proceeds benefit local fire safety education and local fire victims.
Canned food donations will go the local food bank.
For more information, call the Fire Prevention Bureau at 353-2266.