Join your fellow Canadians for the
Sixth Annual Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner
Ticket sales end on October 5th at 11:30pm
Canadian Thanksgiving traditionally brings Canadians together to celebrate a bountiful harvest and other blessings of the past year. That, and being held the first weekend of October, sets this tradition apart from the US celebration. However, similar to the US tradition, this is a family celebration, so bring your whole family to celebrate with us!
The friends, family, and of course the food served at the past events has become legendary, and this year’s event is set to be another memorable experience! We have had a few different chefs over the years, who have all done an incredible job for us. This year we are returning to the Center Club, who's Canadian born Executive Chef, Lewis Butler, will create another special Canadian-inspired Thanksgiving dinner, that will make you come back for more!
Mini Tourtiere Pies
Mini Kobe Beef Sliders
Salt and Vinegar Chips
Butternut Squash & Pear Soup
Endive and Arugula Salad with Oka Cheese, Okanagan Sour Cherries and Candied Walnuts
Roasted Maple Brine Turkey with Brussels Sprouts
Brown Butter Turnips
Candied Baby Yams and Mashed Potatoes
Sage Gravy and Cranberry Sauce
Vegetarian Option - Sides From Above Entree
Mini Pumpkin Pies
Marshmallow Puff Cookies
Warm Apple Cobbler
Adult - $75.00
Youth (6-12yrs) - $37.50
Children (under 6 yrs) – Free
Tax and Gratuity
About Our Chef
Chef Lewis graduated from Summerset College of Applied Arts and Technology in England, earning five diplomas in Cooking for the Catering Industry. He has served Hollywood’s elite, planning and executing menus for Oscar parties, movie premiers and celebrity weddings. As a chef, Lewis has shared his culinary talent at Four Seasons hotels all over the country, Rancho Bernardo Inn, and Splashes Restaurant at Laguna Beach’s Surf and Sand resort.
PHOTOS FROM PREVIOUS EVENTS:
Did you know?
Canada's first celebration of Thanksgiving was in Frobisher in 1578, 43 years before the pilgrims gave thanks in 1621 for the bounty that ended a year of hardships and death. Abraham Lincoln established the date for the US as the last Thursday in November. In 1941, US Congress set the National Holiday as the fourth Thursday in November.