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Harvest Dinner and Dance: September 3 at 6 pm

Fort Edmonton Park presents an old-fashioned Harvest Dinner and Dance for the whole family. There will be a BBQ, pig roast, a beer garden and live music. The Midway will be open in full swing and the dance floor will be hopping. Learn how to square dance, take a break on a horse-drawn wagon ride, listen to stories around the bonfire while roasting marshmallows and much more.

Are you the competitive type? Join pie eating contests, bingo and other traditional games. End the summer the good old fashioned way!

Salads

Harvest green salad with corn, carrots, cherry tomatoes, olives, cucumbers

Potato mustard and bacon salad

Pasta Salad with roasted pepper and olives

Pumpkin salad with baby kale, feta cheese and toasted pumpkin seed

Apple, spinach and cranberry salad

Farmers market mushroom Salad

Carving Station

Spit roasted suckling pig caramelized onion rosemary jus

Assorted bread rolls

Hot selections

Harvest roast chicken with pearl onion and rosemary

Shepherd’s pie

Cauliflower and corn au gratin

Braised brussels sprouts with pecorino

Seasonal vegetables

Creamy mafalda with pumpkin cheese sauce

Wild rice with beans and scallion

Desserts

Pumpkin pie, apple pie, strawberry rhubarb pie,

Apple and peach polenta cobbler

Pumpkin cheesecake

Sweet corn creme brûlée

Double chocolate cherry truffles

Sliced fruit platter

6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Roast pig on spit. Food will be served buffet-style.

6:30 pm – 7:30 pm: Square Dance demonstration

7:30 pm: Bingo

7:45 pm – 8:30 pm and 8:45 – 9:30 pm: Live Band – 4 Dollar Bill

8:30 pm: Pie Eating contests (child and adult heat available)

An Edmonton band that brings together real country music and sing along party anthems that will keep you engaged and entertained. From the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Kenny Chesney, from Neil Diamond to ABBA, the hits will keep coming and bring a smile to your friends and family’s faces with this fun act. Real singing, real playing, real good times!
  • September 3, 2016
    6:00 pm - 10:00 pm