In honor of the City of Santa Ana's 150th birthday, friends and neighbors from across the City are invited to partake in a re-enlivening of the Santa Ana Historic Street Breakfast, a civic tradition that dates back to 1928.
The fun includes entertainment, homemade chilaquiles, good ol' fashioned pancakes or vegan migas. Guests can stick around for arts and crafts, Santa Ana merchandise, micheladas, historic re-enactments and dress-up for the group photo, special guests and speeches, singing the City happy birthday, live music and dancing, meeting town founder William Spurgeon, loteria games and more!
Advance ticket purchase encouraged. The $10 cost includes chilaquiles, full pancake breakfast or vegan migas and beverage.
Note: Kids/Babies/Friendly Pets totally welcome to the event and do not need their own ticket if not eating. The organizers request that guests reserve table seating for diners by bringing blankets to pitch on the lawn, strollers, kiddie chairs, etc.