2011 Annual Christmas Banquet

On Saturday, November 26, 2011, the Coast Riders is having its annual end of season banquet and dance to celebrate the riding season that we just had and to look forward to the upcoming season next year. As usual there will be great food, awards, the Tacky Gift Exchange and dancing with music supplied by our own Lindsay Robson.

The club is subsidizing the cost ($30 members, $40 guests) for the food  AND supplying complementary wine for the tables.

Please  choose  one  of the following:
– Braised Beef with Au Jus,
– Herb Encrusted Wild Salmon with a Sambuca Cream Sauce,
– Roast Turkey with a Cranberry Sage Dressing topped with Gravy,
– or Vegetarian options  are  available.

Please tell David Miller your choice        dmille@shaw.ca   by  Nov. 20th    as  it  is  a  sit down dinner  and  Eagle Creek  needs  to  know  ahead.

Tickets   will  be  available  at  our  next  monthly  meeting  on  Mon.  Nov. 14th  2011.
If  you  can’t  attend  our  Nov.  14th  meeting,   tickets  can  be  picked up  at  the door,  if  you  contact  David  Miller   and  tell  him  what  meal  you  have  chosen.

Eagle Creek Restaurant at Burnaby Mountain Golf Club
7600 Halifax Street, Burnaby, BC V5A 4M8 (Halifax Street and Phillips Avenue)

Cocktails – 6:00 PM
Dinner – 7:00 PM
MEMBERS – $30.00
GUESTS – $40.00

Menu Details:
Assorted Baked Breads and Butter
Mixed Organic Greens with our House Dressing or Caesar Salad
Your choice of:
Roast Turkey with a Cranberry Sage Dressing topped with Gravy
Braised Beef with Au Jus
Herb Encrusted Salmon with a Sambuca Cream Sauce
All plated dinners are served with Seasonal Vegetables and
Chefs Choice Potatoes
Dessert Buffet
Chef’s Selection of Assorted Dessert Squares,
Cheesecakes and Christmas Cakes,
Christmas Cookies and Minced Meat Tarts with a Fresh Fruit Platter
Freshly Brewed Regular & Decaf Coffee and Tea
(Vegetarian options are available)


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  1. Here is an update of the Tacky Gift exchange.
    1. Only those that brought a Tacky Gift can participate.

    2. Overall, the gift exchange works like this: You bring a wrapped, inexpensive gift (tacky is the key word here) and it is placed along with the other ‘gifts’. Your name is then placed into a bin for later drawing.

    3. When your name is drawn, you can come up and choose a gift of your choice. If you don’t like the gift then you can look at all of the other gifts that have been opened already and exchange your unwanted gift for any one of them.

    4. Rules:
    1. Person who goes first can have the option at the last of taking any gift that he wants
    2. Person who is drawn, draws another name and calls it out before taking his prize.
    3. Once they have a prize, they can exchange it for any gift that has already been given out.

    If you have any questions, please contact David Miller (dmille@shaw.ca)

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