Organizer Crystal Anielewicz of the North Peace Community Resource Society says the event will be about honouring the women in our community.
"The focus this year is more on a celebration kind of event, where we're celebrating the accomplishments of women and just women in general," she says.
Tickets for the breakfast cost $5 in advance and $7 at the door to help cover the cost of the event, and there will be a silent auction and door prizes. Limited tickets are being sold at NPCRS, the BCGEU office and at Whole Wheat and Honey.
Later in the evening, Whole Wheat & Honey will play host to an open mic event that invites women to share writings from their childhood. S#*t I Wrote When I Was Young is an open opportunity to share journal entries, and other musings from their past, whether funny, touching or dramatic. The evening begins at 7 p.m.