CHICO, Calif. - An official working on reopening the Honey Run Covered Bridge announced in a Facebook post that they have to cancel their pancake breakfast but says they hope to reopen the park for the 4th of July weekend.
Robert Catalano Posted to the "Rebuild Honey Run Covered Bridge" group on Facebook on Sunday, April 26 with a statement saying the Butte County Sheriff's office decided to cancel their participation in the event. Since the BCSO are the ones who provide "Captain Bob's Pancake Wagon" they can no longer hold the breakfast without them.
However, Catalano adds that they are planning to tentatively reopen the park for the 4th of July weekend. He says "If both the quarantine is lifted and we believe it is safely in the public interest to do so. At that time, we will have the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new caretaker house and will introduce the newly-hired caretaker to the public."
He says the bridge rebuilding process is ongoing and hopes they will have the foundation and the floor across the creek finished by late September or early October.