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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Thanksgiving Brunch - Banff Park Lodge

Join us for Thanksgiving Brunch on Sunday, October 10, 2010.

Served in our Chinook Restaurant, starting at 10 till 2 pm

Our delicious Brunch will includes:

garnished baby greens with choice of four dressings, asparagus, tomato & roasted artichoke salad,
carrot and ginger salad, Greek salad with goat feta, Caesar salad

Cold Food
Smoked salmon with capers, peel and eat shrimp, salmon darns, assorted cold cut platter,
Apricot stuffed pork loin, Southwestern breaded chicken with salsa, devilled eggs,
Beef carpaccio, rollmops and smoked seafood, fish escabeshe, seafood salad, pâté, fruit jell-o, fruit tray,
cheese tray, vegetable tray with two dips, snow crab legs

Hot Food
Carved Rib-eye of Alberta Beef au jus, carved ham with mustard sauce, roasted turkey with port wine gravy,
brussels sprouts, glazed baby carrots,
sage and chestnut dressing, butter whipped potatoes, seafood paella,
roast pork with wild mushroom sauce, eggs benedict, steamed rice, fresh vegetables

Assorted mouses, truffle, french pastries, cakes, pumpkin pie and more
and our spectacular chocolate fountain with fresh fruit & biscotti

Brunch prices are:

$31.00 adults, $26.00 seniors, $21.00 children (6-12 years),
5 and under FREE

(5% GST and gratuities are not included)

Advance reservations are recommended.

Call our Chinook Restaurant for reservations at 1-403-760-3255.


Monday, September 6, 2010

Subaru Western Triathlon - Saturday, September 11, 2010

As part of Parks Canada 125th Anniversary Celebrations, along with the Town of Banff and Banff Lake Louise Tourism, Banff will host the Subaru Western Triathlon Series this upcoming Saturday, September 11, 2010.

Please do not expect to see the swim start at Two Jack Lake, as mass transportation will be used to get the athletes to the start area. But be sure to get to Banff Central Park and Banff Avenue. Athletes will enter the change-over area in the switch from cycling to running in Central Park. With the running course, you will be able to view runners up to four times and the finish line will be on Banff Avenue.

In order to accommodate this event, Bow Avenue, along with 100 Block of Banff Avenue along with a section of Buffalo Street will be closed.

Awards will be presented in Central Park at 1:30 pm.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Labor Day Weekend

Need a suggestion for something to do this Labor Day long weekend in Banff?

Now that we have experienced our first frost this morning with a chilly minus 2 degrees here in Banff, the weather is suppose to be great this upcoming Saturday, so grab a blanket and relax in the sunshine in Cascade Gardens. Along the way, stop by Nestor's Market and pick up some Sushi or check out Cozy Cave Bakery for some awesome cupcakes and other sweets to enjoy while relaxing in the Gardens.

The Cascade Gardens is beautiful and full of blooms currently and should not be missed.

The Gardens are located on the grounds of the Banff National Park Administration Building. If driving, parking is accessible from Mountain Avenue. Or if on foot, the first access point is at the south end of the Bow River Bridge.

Created by Harold. C. Beckett in 1934, the gardens and administration building occupy 12 acres of land. Despite there no longer being waterfalls connecting the pools of water, these gardens are a treasure of color.

The Cascade Garden grounds are open daily and admission is free. The National Parks employees are always delighted to answer any questions you might have about the flowers or the history of the gardens.

Enjoy your visit to Banff National Park this Labor Day Weekend.