After being there for so many years, what do you think is the oddest topping I could bring?

I try to change a couple of them up every year, but the popular ones are Gummy Bears, Chocolate Syrup, M&Ms, Peanut Butter, Skittles, and Salsa. Yes, salsa. I brought it one year to be silly and it stuck. The one year I didn't bring it people complained, so I never forget it.

Flapjacks, sausages, and a beverage. A Northland tradition with the Lion's Club Pancake Day. There are so many people and businesses behind the event. Now they are offering Bacon. I will be broadcasting live and offering the toppings so come see me.

Lion's Club Pancake Day is May 2nd.

I love getting about $20 worth of sausages. This year I will find someone who wants to have a sausage eating competition.  am going to get sausages, bacon, and pancakes, then go back and buy some sausages.. Keep an eye on the WDIO morning show, they are in for a surprise. I might have to have another sausage eating contest on the air.

Thank you to Lion's Club Members for letting us be a part of this day for 14 years with our alternative toppings.

Here's the rest of the Details.

$7 in Advance
$8 at the Door
Children 4 and under are free with paid adult.
Credit cards accepted at the door.

Free Parking provided by the Lions Club & Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors

The Duluth Lions Club supports various organizations and individuals throughout the community.
Proceeds from Pancake Day supports local programs for sight, hearing, diabetes and youth needs.

Advance Tickets Available at the Following Locations:

  • Mainstream Fashions 206 W. Superior St.
  • Lighthouse Center 4505 W. Superior St.
  • All Duluth State Farm Ins. Offices 
  • Ecumen Lakeshore 4002 London Rd
  • Valentini’s 1400 London Rd
  • Snyder’s Super Stop 2nd Floor Holiday Center
  • Mr. D’s 5622 Grand Avenue
  • Theobald Family Eye Care 3308 W. Arrowhead Rd.
  • The Lions’ Table in the Holiday Center
  • Harbor Pointe CU 11 W. 2nd St.

6 am to 8 pm Duluth DECC in the Pioneer Hall.