San Bruno Mtn Watch Announces Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser and Native Plant Sale Sept 12th

South San Francisco, CA   June 24, 2021 Submitted by SBMW

San Bruno Mountain Watch presents our annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser & Native Plant Sale on Sunday, September 12th!

About this event

San Bruno Mountain Watch presents our annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser & Native Plant Sale on Sunday, September 12th from 9am – 12pm. Please join us for a morning of food, friends, and fun in support of our youth education and ecological restoration programs on San Bruno Mountain! We will be serving up our delicious all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausages, fruit, bottomless coffee, and our locally-harvested blackberry syrup.


The Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser will be held outdoors at our lovely Mission Blue Nursery in Brisbane at the base of San Bruno Mountain. The Mission Blue Nursery will be open and selling native mountain plants at the event from 9am to 2pm.


Consider purchasing a Shooting Star Ticket and give a boost to our most important fundraiser of the year! This ticket includes a Mountain Watch mason jar, a San Bruno Mountain butterfly poster, a custom Callippe Silverspot butterfly sticker, and a 10% annual discount card to the Mission Blue Nursery. You can also give an additional donation at the event or online.


  • $20 Adult & Teen Ticket
  • $15 Kid Ticket (12 and under)
  • $75 Shooting Star Ticket


Mission Blue Nursery

3435 Bayshore Blvd

Brisbane, CA 94005


About Us

San Bruno Mountain is one of the largest public open spaces in urban America. Our programs provide opportunities for people to explore and restore the mountain’s unique ecosystems.

Please visit our website, Instagram, and Facebook page!


San Bruno Mountain Watch

Organizer of Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser & Native Plant Sale

San Bruno Mountain Watch’s mission is to “preserve and protect the native ecosystems of San Bruno Mountain, in perpetuity.” We work to preserve the mountain as public open space and protect the remarkable native ecosystems through dedicated stewardship. Our programs connect people to nature near where they live and help local communities learn about the importance of biodiversity as they nurture the landscapes of this unique place.

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