Victorians invited to salmon lunch with Robert Bateman

Three-course meal in support of the Robert Bateman Centre’s children and nature programs

The Robert Bateman Centre and Union Club of B.C. will host a three-course fall salmon lunch on Oct. 25 in support of the Robert Bateman Centre’s children and nature programs.

Union Club executive chef Christopher Moore will introduce guests to a selection of local dishes, inspired by the arrival of fall salmon in the region.

Bateman will then lead a discussion on the importance of connecting with nature, before Goldstream Park interpreters take guests on a walking tour of the park where they will learn about the salmon lifecycle.

Complimentary bus transportation from the Union Club to Goldstream Provincial Park will be provided. Children are welcome to join their parents or grandparents.

The luncheon takes place at Union Club of B.C., 805 Gordon St.

Ticket prices are $95 for adults and $55 for children. To reserve a spot, please call the Union Club of B.C. at 250-384-1511.

 

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