New Education Residence Building
One of the key components in successfully running the Visiting Cousins program is proper housing and meals while the children are on site at Kings Landing during their camp week. Children currently stay in the Slipp House, a traditional two-story home on site. However, there are accessibility issues, no commercial kitchen facility and the house is showing its age. To continue offering an up-to-date summer camp program where children will be comfortable, new housing is required.
The new Education Residence will provide accommodations for up to 24 weekly summer camp children and will also include a commercial kitchen and a great room for dining and events. The building will be a central part of the experience for over 200 children each summer.
In the shoulder seasons, the facility will be used by visiting artists, photographers, historians, writers as well as students and instructors from UNB, NB College of Craft & Design, NBCC and others.
Support for this project - through a one-time or monthly donation - will help us meet our commitment to Kings Landing of contributing $150,000 toward this valuable project.
Architect rendition of the future Kings Landing Education Residence.