Maple Ridge Burrards will get cooking Sunday

The annual Ridge Meadows Burrards barbecue will take place on Sunday, May 29, rain or shine.

Luke Gillespie

The annual Ridge Meadows Burrards barbecue will take place on Sunday, May 29, rain or shine.

The event will go from 4-6:30 p.m. at the Albion Fairgrounds, beside by Maple Ridge Planet Ice.

It is billed as a fun-filled afternoon and evening for all players, siblings, and parents in the minor lacrosse association. It will be joined by members of the Western Lacrosse Association Burrards, who will have their second game of the season that evening.

The WLA players will sign autographs, and help with the events.

Players are invited to dunk their coach in the dunk tank, run a timed obstacle course, and see how they measure up in the hardest shot competition.

Food is by donation, but some activities do cost a small fee.

Admission is free for RMMLA kids and by donation to the association for other family.

 

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