Kings Landing cancels 37th annual sugar bush

PRINCE WILLIAM (GNB) – In light of a recent directive from Shriners International and the recommendation by health officials to avoid large gatherings, the second weekend of the Luxor Shriners pancake breakfast and Kings Landing’s annual sugar bush, originally scheduled to take place on March 14 and 15, is cancelled.

“Kings Landing is looking forward to working with Luxor Shriners to offer a new fundraising event in the future,” said Mary Baruth, CEO of the corporation.

Kings Landing’s 2020 season will kick off on June 13. The living history museum is preparing to launch a new calendar of events that will include both in-season and off-season programming that celebrates New Brunswick’s rich history.

Kings Landing is located 20 minutes west of Fredericton, Exit 253 of the Trans-Canada Highway. For more information, visit kingslanding.nb.ca or follow @KingsLandingNB on Facebook and Instagram.

12-03-20

Media Contact:

Rachael Biggar, marketing and content specialist, Kings Landing Corporation, cell: 506-238-3721, rachael.biggar@gnb.ca.

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