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Little Bites: 73rd Annual Buckaroo Breakfast

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Since 1944, Central Oregonians have enjoyed a scrumptious fire-cooked meal at the Buckaroo Breakfast on the Sunday morning of the Deschutes County Fair.

Breakfast is served up with live music and includes pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, fresh made hash browns and pan bread. The experience is just as warm and friendly as it was in 1944; the only thing that's really changed is the price. Breakfast was 75 cents back then, but the price is still reasonable: $8 for adults, $5 for children and kids under five eat free. Grab your cowboy hat and show up hungry—last year they served 1,700 people with the help of 200 volunteers.

Sun., Aug. 6.

6 - 10am

Deschutes County Expo Center

3800 SE Airport Way, Redmond

buckaroobreakfastclub.net


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