Breakfast for the Birds coming Feb. 21

Celebrate the coming of spring with breakfast, fun hats and Ciscoe Morris.

The annual hat parade is a staple of the Breakfast for the Birds event, with creative hats of all shapes and sizes competing for prizes. Photos by Ray Still

The annual hat parade is a staple of the Breakfast for the Birds event, with creative hats of all shapes and sizes competing for prizes. Photos by Ray Still

With spring just around the corner, members of the Enumclaw Garden Club are gearing up for their annual Breakfast for the Birds.

The annual event will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at Thunder Mountain Middle School.

This year’s theme will be “Ohh, La, La,” a phrase made famous by this year’s guest speaker, Ciscoe Morris. He appears frequently on television and radio, is a regular at home and garden shows and his book “Ask Ciscoe” remains a best seller.

Breakfast for the Birds typically sells out, drawing attendees from both the local club and others throughout the district. Tickets are $20 per person. For information, call Cynthia Sable at 925-305-8784.

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