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WineSpring

Join us Friday, April 5th to Sunday, April 7th, 2019 for the 3nd Annual WineSpring, a wine tasting and appreciation festival.

For this festival, the resort partners with numerous wineries and vineyards from the Okanagan Valley to bring attendees the best wines that the province has to offer. Additionally, WineSpring includes events all weekend long such as a plated dinner, wine-themed classes and live entertainment, with the main tasting celebration on the Saturday night.

FULL EVENT DETAILS HERE.

St. Eugene Resort a new literary hub in the Kootenays

This winter St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino will host a literary reading series every Friday night and offer two extended St. Eugene Writers Workshops.

The Friday Literature Series will bring award-winning authors to St. Eugene Resort to read and discuss their work. The Friday readings are free and open to the public. St. Eugene will also host two writing workshops, which will give Kootenay writers the opportunity to participate in an intensive workshop setting refining their craft.

The first St. Eugene Friday Literary Reading will be January 11, featuring Dave Butler, a long time Cranbrook resident. Full Curl, Dave’s first Jenny Willson mystery, won the Arthur Ellis Award for the best first mystery book of the year. No Place for Wolverines, Dave’s second Jenny Willson mystery, appeared this fall to equally glowing reviews.

On January 18, the St. Eugene Friday Literature Series will feature bestselling author Sue Purvis of Whitefish, Montana. Her memoir, Go Find, details training an avalanche rescue dog and finding herself in the process. Acclaimed journalist Sebastian Junger called Go Find, “A brave and profound book.”

Over the following Fridays, the St. Eugene Literary Series will host a variety of authors from Angie Abdou to Pat Morrow. All the readings are free and open to the public and they start at 7:30 p.m.

Prior to each reading, St. Eugene Resort will host an intimate dinner with the author. Reservations will be limited to 10. The St. Eugene Resort Executive Chef will prepare a special three-course meal for the author and guests.

For reservations to the Friday author dinners, please call St. Eugene Resort, 250-420-2000.

The full author list can found on the Events section of the St. Eugene Resort website, www.steugene.ca

The first Writers Workshop will be held on the weekend of February 22 to 24. The adult workshop leaders will be Tom Wayman, Professor Emeritus, University of Calgary, author of over 30 books and author/journalist Keith Liggett from Fernie. A special Youth Session will be led by Danielle Gibson of Fernie.

Tom’s workshop section will mix writers in different genres—poetry, fiction/non-fiction—in a single group to create a variety of perspectives on each participating writer’s work. Keith’s Finding Your Voice workshop uses writing exercises, discussion of works in progress and selected readings to help individuals create a unique voice in their writing.

A second Writers Workshop will be held May 6 to 12. At this workshop writers will have the opportunity to sign up for genre specific sessions—Fiction/Non-fiction, poetry, playwriting and others. Instructors will range from Anna Marie Sewell, former Poet Laureate of Edmonton to local writing guru Sioux Browning. There will be afternoon panel discussions and evening readings open to the public for free.

The workshop sections are limited to between six and 10 participants on a first-come basis. Registration is now open. For more information on the Writers Workshops visit:

www.steugenewriters.ca.

Of the reading series and the workshops, the organizer Keith Liggett said, “Historically, St. Eugene is a school. The series and the workshops will create a positive experience over the unfortunate history of the building. We have the opportunity to build a great literary centre at St. Eugene Resort. One that will benefit the whole region. While at the same time, fully accepting and recognizing the past.”

For reservations for the Friday authors dinners please call St. Eugene Resort at 250-423-2000.

St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino is a 125-room property with an 18-hole championship golf course, the Casino of the Rockies, three dining outlets, the Ktunaxa Nation Interpretive Centre, a health club with outdoor heated pools and a spa.

With sweeping views of both the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, the 300-acre Resort in the heart of the East Kootenay provides an inspiring, one-of-a-kind environment.

Speaking Earth

live, learn & explore like never before.

The Ktunaxa Nation is offering an exclusive First Nations experience in a resort setting in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Speaking Earth Haqaⱡpaⱡniʔnam (Hackalth-palth-knee-nam) is a series of extraordinary activities: choose an itinerary comprised of individual events or select an entire two-day adventure.
Speaking Earth is offered exclusively through the Ktunaxa Nation-owned St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino – a Rocky Mountain destination in southern British Columbia.

The Ktunaxa Nation is an ancient culture, who possess a language unlike any other in history. Their stories and traditions are deeply connected to the land, and the Nation is proud to share their culture and traditions with guests in a spectacular Rocky Mountain setting.

Visit www.speakingearth.ca For More Information.

Ktunaxa Activities

Indigenous Beading Workshop

Discover the traditional art of beading, includes beading kit.

Time:   2:30PM – 5PM, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
Cost: $35 per person
Register: 1.250.417.4001 or jteneese@ktunaxa.org 

Moccasin Making Workshop

Experience the traditional craft of moccasin making. Includes craft materials.

Time: 2:30PM – 5PM, Monday Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Cost: $35 per person
Register: 1.250.417.4001 or jteneese@ktunaxa.org 

Ktunaxa Interpretive Tour

Join a guided 90 minute tour of the Ktunaxa Interpretive Centre & St. Eugene Mission Building.
Registration is recommended. Walk-ins subject to availability.

Time: 9AM  & 2:30PM, Monday Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
Cost: $20 per person
Register: 1.250.417.4001 or jteneese@ktunaxa.org 

Sunday Brunch

Join us for our weekly Sunday Brunch from 9am to 1pm, featuring a full omelette station, house-smoked ham and something fresh every week.

Only $24.95* per person, with children’s pricing also available. Reservations are strongly recommended.

(Exluding applicable taxes and gratuity)

Weekly Wine Tasting Event

Join us every Thursday evening at 5:30pm, inside the Scotch & Port Room at the St. Eugene Resort for our weekly wine tasting event.  Each week we will be offering a casual tasting experience, and providing general information about a fine selection of BC and International wines, within a cozy and relaxed atmosphere.

Participants will receive a  selection of four wines, two red & two white, paired with a selection of cheeses, some smoked in-house, seasonal fruits and house-made crackers.

The cost is $15- per person or $25- per couple.  For further information please call 250.420.2024.

Seasonal Weddings

A FAIRY TALE WEDDING DESTINATION

EXPERIENCE THE VIBRANT BEAUTY OF FALL OR THE TRANQUIL ELEGANCE OF WINTER

With a breathtaking setting and flexible event space, our resort is ideal for midweek, early spring, late fall or winter weddings.
Inquire about discounts on our wedding package prices during these off-peak periods.

For more information on seasonal weddings at our historic luxury resort:
Seasonal Wedding brochure
&
Click here to view our wedding page

weddings@steugene.ca
1.866.292.2020