Edible Shade Mesquite Pancake Breakfast Features Music, Market, & Special Guests

Edible Shade Mesquite Pancake Breakfast

Nov.22, 9am

WMG’s Living Lab and Learning Center
1137 N Dodge Blvd
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This Sunday, November 22, enjoy a local mesquite pancake breakfast while celebrating mesquite, pomegranate, olive and other edible native and desert-adapted trees.

The Watershed Management Group’s annual Edible Shade event highlights the importance of our local trees and provides an opportunity to learn about environmental benefits they provide us with. The live music, artisan market, and fresh pancakes from 9am to 12pm don’t hurt, either.

Bring the kids to enjoy the Raindrop Retreat/La Casa del Chorrito playhouse and the special release of Poo to Peaches, a children’s book about composting toilets. Yes, really. Illustrator Kim Afinowich will be present for the book reading to sign copies.

Special guests Carolyn Niethammer and Scott Calhoun will present, and The Brambleberry Duo will provide the musical entertainment.

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Back to the pancakes. Single pancakes run $2 each, or three for $5. Non-gluten and vegan options are available. Pre-pay for your plate at watershedmg.org. Exo Roast Co. will have special mesquite toddy for sale and Peddler on the Path will be here serving up hot espresso drinks.

Bring your TEP bill to receive a free shade tree courtesy of Tucson Electric Power, while supplies last, so hurry over.

For more information, visit watershedmg.org.

Theresa is a copywriter, food explorer and pursuer of all things creative. Find her at theresadelaney.com.

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