The Quincy Volunteer Fire Department will open its doors this Saturday, July 30 from 7 to 10 a.m. for its annual pancake breakfast. Photo by Kim Eliason

Quincy Volunteer Fire Department’s Pancake Breakfast is this Saturday, July 30

After a two-year hiatus thanks to the pandemic, the Quincy Volunteer Fire Department will once again help kickoff the Fair Parade and the day’s festivities with its popular Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, July 30 from 7 to 10 a.m. at Station One on Lawrence Street.

To help accommodate social distancing, Deputy Fire Chief Frank Carey said they will be setting up additional tables and chairs inside the ladder truck bay, which is behind the main station in its training facility. He said there will also be tables set up outside in the shaded area adjacent to the station on the west side.

In addition to as many pancakes as you can eat, the time-honored menu also includes link sausage, fresh fruit, coffee, orange juice and milk. Price for adults is $10, children 12 and under, $8. Proceeds from this long-standing fundraiser benefit the volunteer firefighter’s special equipment fund.