Luncheon: Spo7ez Tl'a7áshn

Luncheon: Spo7ez Tl'a7áshn


The Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre (SLCC) presents Spo7ez Tl'a7áshn - a four course plated lunch enriched by cultural performances in our Istken Hall.  SLCC Chef Felix Breault’s menu, inspired by the change of seasons and traditional songs from Squamish Nation and Lil'wat Nation, will be paired with Indigenous World Wines. Guests can expect to taste the influences of songs such as Tl’ni Slulum/ Deer Song from Squamish, and Cuystwi malh Skalula7/Berry Picking Song from Lil’wat. Dressed in regalia, the SLCC’s Cultural Performance team will share the song aligned with each course through singing, drumming, and dancing. The lunch will start with a feast blessing by the Cultural Ambassadors and be completed with the sharing of a farewell song.  Tables will be mindfully spaced out to practice physical distancing and allow dancers to move freely, all while maintaining an intimate dining experience. 


Course 1 - Canape

Sumac Seared scallop

Spicy pear jam, pancetta, caviar


Paired with: Indigenous World Wine La’P Cheet Rose Sparkling with Xuesum


Course 2 - Starter

Creamy wild mushrooms and parsnip soup

Rising knead sourdough croutons, truffle cream, herbs


Paired with: Indigenous World Wine White Blend 2018


Course 3 - Main

Alder smoked Venison Striploin

Crusted with juniper berries & black pepper, Celeriac puree, beets & potato gratin, garlic & rosemary butter, Brussel sprouts


Paired with: Indigenous World Wine Red Blend 2017


Course 4 - Dessert

Cheese cake tacos

Mascarpone & summer berries filling, shaved dark chocolate, fresh berries, lemon balm


Paired with: Indigenous World Wine Ho We Nam Ho We Nam Sparkling 2019


Please note:

Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre

COVID-19 Safety Plan for Events

Any guests, vendors or gallery staff who have travelled internationally outside of Canada in the last two weeks or are experiencing a fever, sore throat or flu like symptoms in the past two weeks, or have been in contact with someone who has any of the above symptoms or confirmed positive for COVID-19, will NOT be permitted into The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre.

COVID-19 Safety Procedures

The venue will be cleaned before and after each event. Hard surfaces & frequent touchpoints will be sanitized during events and the washrooms cleaned every two hours by our facilities maintenance team. Directional and social distancing signage will be in place, we ask that it is adhered to. We will offer hand sanitization stations at each entrance door. All staff and vendors will be masked when onsite.

The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre will continue to closely monitor the BC Provincial Health Officer’s recommendations on group gathering sizes for weddings and special events. In the event that these capacities are increased or decreased from the current recommendation of 50 people, The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre will follow these guidelines effective immediately.

We are encouraging a limited number of vendors at an event and will impose staggered delivery times and prescheduled drop offs to avoid overcrowding elevators and loading bays.

Expectations of Guests

All licensees will be required to sign a COVID-19 rental contract outlining our safety procedures and we ask that you share the information provided in this document with all of your guests and vendors. Floor plans must be provided to the Venue Rentals Manager prior to an event for approval with 2 m spacing between ‘bubbles’ and family groups. Masks are encouraged but optional for guests at The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre. Guests are expected to fully comply with the above reduced event capacities and social distancing protocols at The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in accordance with B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer’s recommendations.

Sat Nov 14, 2020
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM PDT
Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre

Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre

4584 Blackcomb Way, Whistler
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