Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush celebrates fifty flippin’ years & seeks staff alumni for reunion

Submitted

Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush is very excited to be celebrating Fifty Flippin’ Years in the Pancake House! Our family has been in maple syrup production for more than 150 years. Fourth and fifth generations owners are busy at the helm and sixth generation grandchildren are making a contribution to production, customer service and quality control. Fulton’s is open for ten weeks from Family Day weekend through Easter weekend.

Fulton’s invites current and former staff alumni from the last 50 years, together with their families, to join us on Sunday, February 17 for a special gathering. Starting at 3pm the property will be closed to the public and open for staff alumni to celebrate, reconnect, reminisce and enjoy a pancake meal, sleigh ride and activities on the Heritage Maple Path. If you are Fulton’s staff alumni and not currently on the invite list, please contact Fulton’s today with your contact information and share the event info with former co-workers. marketing@fultons.ca

To share our appreciation with the public, Fulton’s is offering 2-for-1 meals in the Pancake House on opening day, February 16th.

Pull on your warm waterproof boots and some layers and enjoy a true Canadian tradition at Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush.

Fulton’s is open daily from February 16 to April 22, weekdays 9am-3pm/ weekends 8am-3pm.

For further information:
Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush
www.fultons.ca
marketing@fultons.ca
613-256-3867

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