Oct. 1, 2008
FREDERICTON (CNB) - Reservations are being accepted to attend an old-fashioned All Hallow's Eve dinner at Kings Landing Historical Settlement.
On Saturday, Oct. 25, Kings Landing will honour the old-fashioned celebration by dressing the King's Head Inn with harvest bounty, bringing 19th century characters back from the dead and serving an All Hallow's Eve dinner.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling 506-363-4999 or e-mail email@example.com.
Guests will be entertained with eerie music and songs of an otherworldly nature, witness an actual headless horseman, and hear the chilling story of The Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe and ghost stories of Atlantic Canada.
Arrival is at 6:30 p.m. through the King's Head Inn motorcoach entrance, where guests will be greeted by staff in period costume, and guided into the inn by candlelight.
Costumed entertainers will join dinner patrons in the pub to recount ghost stories from Atlantic Canada and beyond, as well as play a selection of songs from the 1800s.
Guests may choose in advance from a main course selection of:
Each main course selection is served with a soup for starter, seasonal vegetables, homemade condiments and a basket of warm brown bread. Tea or coffee and a selection of deserts will also be served.
Kings Landing Historical Settlement is located 20 minutes west of Fredericton at Exit 253, Route 2, Trans-Canada Highway. The website: www.kingslanding.nb.ca.
MEDIA CONTACT: Patricia Donnelly, marketing manager, Kings Landing Historical Settlement, 506-363-4952; firstname.lastname@example.org.