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Have a LITE breakfast, without taking it easy on the syrup.
LITE (Local Investment Toward Employment) serves up its 17th annual Wild Blueberry Pancake Breakfast on Nov. 22 at the Indian and Metis Friendship Centre (45 Robinson St.) from 7 to 10 a.m.
In addition to flapjacks, the locally-sourced breakfast will include entertainment from Winnipeg musicians The Treble, Alexander McCowan and Dustin Harder, one-man band/comedy troupe Al Simmons and the Norman Chief Memorial Dancers, as well as a crafters market.
LITE is a non-profit organization that supports employment in Winnipeg’s inner-city through fundraising initiatives, such as the pancake breakfast, its Alternative Christmas Hamper Campaign and its Star Blanket Fundraising Opportunity.
Tickets for the Wild Blueberry Pancake Breakfast are $15 or $5 for low-income and kids six to 12 (kids six and under eat free) and are available by calling LITE at 204-942-8578.
For more information on LITE, go to lite.mb.ca