46th Annual Pancakes on the Plaza

46th Annual Pancakes on the Plaza

Fourth of July for the people of Northern New Mexico has come to be known as the Rotary Club of Santa Fe’s Pancakes on the Plaza.  For the past 46 years this local tradition has become a day full of fun for the whole family! The smell of delicious pancakes fills the air, while local vendors, classic cars, and unique art surround the plaza.  Be a part of the Santa Fe tradition, where the cost of a ticket will not only get you a plate of delicious pancakes, but the proceeds of which will have a positive impact on the community. 

Proceeds from the event go to the Rotary Club of Santa Fe’s “Centennial Partners”, The Santa Fe Children’s Museum and YouthWorks. For 46 years, Pancakes on the Plaza has been one of Santa Fe’s favorite traditions, to which the Rotary Club of Santa Fe has and will continue to gladly donate hundreds of hours and resources organizing and coordinating the event. This includes a Car Show; and Arts and Crafts Events. For a full schedule, please visit their website at: https://www.pancakesontheplaza.com/

Date: July 4, 2023

Location: Santa Fe Plaza

Cost: $12.00 Individual Ticket; $40.00 for a Four Family Package

Event Information

Location: Santa Fe Plaza

https://www.pancakesontheplaza.com/

Cost: $12.00 Individual Ticket; $40.00 for a Four Family Package

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