Céad Mile Fáilte!
That’s Celtic for “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!”
On Saturday March 18th we are celebrating the Vernal Equinox, also called Alban Eiler, which means “Light of the Earth.” The Vernal, or Spring Equinox takes place on or about March 21. Crops were typically sown at this time, making it a time of transition. This rare balance in nature represented a powerful time of magic to the ancients.
In celebration, we will lay out a traditional Celtic Feast together with Celtic music on the 21st of March.
The menu includes Mussel Stew, Oat Cakes, Whole Wheat Soda Bread, Fried Smoked Salmon Cabbage Salad, Samit (curds with garlic) Colcannon (mixture of potatoes, cabbage and shallots), Lamb Stew, Roast beef and Apple/Saskatoon pie.
This event is always so much fun. And once again, Gordon Ross and his Old Frisky band of players will entertain us with their wonderful melodies.
A fine Celtic feast fit for St. Patrick and heart-warming music. See you there!
Date: Saturday March 21st
Time: Seating and cocktails from 5:30. Buffet starts at 6:30.
Cost: Only $55 per ticket
We seat a maximum of 80 guests for this, so please reserve early!
Call 1-800-679-7999 or 403-337-2800 to make your reservation.