First Nations Winter Feast

(2 customer reviews)


Join the Cultural Centre after hours for a culinary journey that blends traditional ingredients and food preparation with modern plates while Nation members in regalia share songs and stories from their journey along the Pow Wow circuit.

Doors open at 5.15pm with an optional guided tour at 5.30pm; cultural sharing begins at 6.10pm, and guests are seated for dinner at 6.15pm.


Guests can book their reservations here, or by calling 604.967.1281.


Reservations can be made up to 24 hours prior to the date you wish to attend the feast.
If you wish to cancel your reservation you must do so at least 72 hours in advance.
Should a feast have less than thirty (30) guests confirmed 24 hours in advance, the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre reserves the right to cancel the feast. Should this situation occur, guests will be notified via phone to either be reimbursed in full, or rescheduled to a later feast date if available.

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Feast Menu:

Onion and old cheddar bannock (V)
Winter greens and hot house greens salad, dandelion, carrot, maple cider vinaigrette (V, VE, GF, DF)
Roasted Winter Root Salad: roasted yam, carrot, and celeriac salad, puffed beans, arugula, endive, feta, aoili dressing (V, GF)

Alder smoked and slow roasted bison brisket, apple BBQ sauce (GF, DF)
Herb and garlic roasted chicken breast, sage scented jus (GF, DF)
Winter ale steamed clams, Nelson Faceplant ale, bacon, roasted garlic, herbs (DF)
Cedar roasted Kuterra salmon, lemon infused maple butter (GF)

Roasted seasonal vegetables (V, VE, GF, DF)
Herb roasted smashed Pemberton potatoes, clarified butter (V, GF)

Seasonal apple and pear crumble, BC Aggasiz hazelnuts, wild berry preserve, Chantilly cream (V)

V – vegetarian
VE – vegan
GF – gluten free
DF – dairy free

Reviews (2)

2 reviews for First Nations Winter Feast

  1. Anita Patrick

    I am so please to have an opportunity to share feedback on this: Attending this was the most wonderful event for my family, the food was amazing, the Youth Ambassadors were professional, attentive and the performances were touching, Thanks so much for hosting this event,

    • Mandy Rousseau

      Huy chexw / kukw’stumc’kalap / thank you for your glowing remarks, Anita. We are grateful to hear of your family’s positive experience, and that you took the time to share with others! Visit again soon.
      Wa Chexw Yuu / Take care 🙂

  2. Erik Blockhus

    This is a MUST DO in Whistler. My wife and i along with our 3 children were in Whistler for a ski holiday and wanted to something outside of the Village. This cultural center is near the base of Blackomb . The building is beautiful and bright and the people are so welcoming and knowledgeable. We were given a guided tour of the museum explaining the history and stories of the artifacts you were viewing. The tour ended in a round performance hall where we had a delicious meal and awe inspiring performances. This is great for all ages. My hero once said, “if you don’t do it this yer, you’ll be one year older when you do.” – WM

    • Mandy Rousseau

      Huy chexw / kukw’stumc’kalap for taking the time to provide such a positive review, Erik! We look forward to welcoming your family to our centre again in the future.
      Wa Chexw Yuu / Take care 🙂

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