The Trailer Park Boys are coming to The Black Sheep Public House and Liquor Store in Maple Ridge. (Contributed)

Trailer Park Boys coming to Maple Ridge

Ricky, Julian and Bubbles will be at the Black Sheep Public House and Liquor Store on Apr. 4.

Stars of the popular Canadian comedy show Trailer Park Boys are coming to Maple Ridge.

Ricky, played by Robb Wells, Julian, played by John Paul Tremblay, and Bubbles, played by Mike Smith, will be signing autographs and taking photographs with fans at The Black Sheep Public House and Liquor Store on Wednesday, Apr. 4.

The actors will be at the liquor store promoting Season 12 of the show that started streaming on Netflix at the end of March, along with their new line of beer and whiskey.

Trailer Park Boys is a documentary-style comedy about residents of a Nova Scotian trailer park called Sunnyvale. Directed by Mike Clattenburg, the show follows the trailer park’s most notable inhabitants – Ricky, Julian and Bubbles – as they try making money through mostly illegal get-rich-quick schemes. The show originally premiered on Showcase in 2001 after Clattenburg’s first film in 1999 of the same name.

The Black Sheep Liquor Store will be the only location in the province the actors will be visiting.

This visit is a long time coming for store manager Cory Law. The trio were supposed to pay a visit in May 2016, but those plans were cancelled.

Law only found out a couple of months ago that they were paying the liquor store a visit.

“Its been a long time in the making, and we greatly appreciate all of your patience and ongoing support of the Black Sheep and our Boys,” Law said in a Feb. 7 Facebook post.

The store will also be stocked with Liquormen’s Whiskey and Freedom 35 beer and other merchandise.

Law anticipates that parking will be an issue and is encouraging those coming to use street parking, carpool or take a bus, which stops right in front of the store.

Ricky, Julian and Bubbles of Trailer Park Boys will be at the Black Sheep Public House and Liquor Store at 12968 232 St. in Maple Ridge, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Just Posted

Pitt Meadows seeks grant for child care planning

Discovery Playhouse hopes to partner with city

$250k field improvement will wait until next council

Maple Ridge’s Albion flats plan on the way

Speirs: Need to find a way to say yes to housing homeless

#MRvotes2018: Says he can give leadership that works for all of the city

Morden: Maple Ridge is now in a crisis of drugs, crime

#MRvotes2018: Says he can provide decisive leadership

Daykin: Sad to see polarized, divided community

#MRvotes2018: Says he has the skills to move Maple Ridge forward

Look inside Maple Ridge’s new homeless housing

53 units of supportive housing officially opened on Friday

Trump: Saudi king ‘firmly denies’ any role in Khashoggi mystery

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is travelling to the Middle East to learn more about the fate of the Saudi national

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65

Allen died in Seattle from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Transport Canada to take new look at rules, research on school bus seatbelts

Canada doesn’t currently require seatbelts on school buses

Sockeye run in Shuswap expected to be close to 2014 numbers

Salute to the Sockeye on Adams River continues until Sunday, Oct. 21 at 4 p.m.

Michelle Mungall’s baby first in B.C. legislature chamber

B.C. energy minister praises support of staff, fellow MLAs

B.C. man who abducted and assaulted 11-year-old girl has parole rules tightened

Brian Abrosimo made ‘inappropriate and sexualized’ comments to female staff

Canucks: Pettersson in concussion protocol, Beagle out with broken forearm

Head coach Travis Green called the hit ‘a dirty play’

Most Read