Vancouver Canucks right wing Brock Boeser (front) is congratulated after scoring against the Los Angeles Kings during the second period of an NHL hockey game on Oct. 30 in Los Angeles. A signed Boeser #6 jersey will be auctioned off in March to help raise funds for Canuck Place.                                AP Photo/Michael Owen Baker

Vancouver Canucks right wing Brock Boeser (front) is congratulated after scoring against the Los Angeles Kings during the second period of an NHL hockey game on Oct. 30 in Los Angeles. A signed Boeser #6 jersey will be auctioned off in March to help raise funds for Canuck Place. AP Photo/Michael Owen Baker

Cupcake Family Picnic officially launches at Honda Way in Abbotsford

Signed Vancouver Canuck Brock Boeser #6 jersey will hang in showroom until being auctioned off in March 2020

The hanging of a signed Vancouver Canuck Brock Boeser #6 jersey will launch the Cupcake Family Picnic fundraiser at Honda Way on Thursday, Nov. 14.

Brendon Hall, general manager of Honda Way, will hang the jersey that was box-framed by Abbotsford Art Gallery Ltd. It will remain in the showroom until it is auctioned at the picnic, which is a fundraiser for Canuck Place.

The Cupcake Family Picnic will be held on Sunday, March 8 from noon to 3 p.m. in the Honda Way Showroom (30360 Automall Dr.) with a full lunch being served.

This family event will feature live characters from the Outer Rim Garrison of the 501 Legion and As You Wish Princesses.

The afternoon will feature a casual sit-down kid-themed lunch, followed by a variety of kids’ activities for every age.

Children will enjoy interaction with the characters, story time with their favourite princess, a photo booth and photo opportunities so bring you cameras. There will also be crafts and auction items.

There are a limited number of tickets. The cost is $50 for adults and $25 for children (school age). They are available at the Honda Way Showroom and at Yes Chef at 2619 Montrose Ave.

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