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Lezervations Sea to Sky
July 21 @ 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm
We decided to do things a little differently this summer…
The evening starts with a luxury coach ride from Vancouver to beautiful Squamish BC, then an awe-inspiring ride up the Sea to Sky Gondola, followed by dinner on the top of the mountain, staring out over the sweeping views of the Howe Sound, luscious coastal forest, and surrounding mountains.
Seating is assigned to ensure new connections, with an opportunity to meet new folks at dessert when we switch! At 8:45pm we will descend the gondola to board the coach back to Vancouver and close the night.
An evening of good company and delicious conversation—all on the communal table at Lezervations. It’s like a big family dinner, if your entire family were made up of lesbians.
The fine print
Your ticket includes:
– Return bus trip (P/U and D/O in Vancouver: Burrard or Commercial Skytrain Stations)
– Return gondola trip (value $40)
– Meal (main and dessert)
– Drink (a glass of wine or beer or something non alcoholic)
And, of course, the fabulous company of 74 like-minded LBTQ women (all letters welcome)!
Coriander Salt Crusted Salmon with roasted cauliflower and micro greens in a citrus dressing with fingerling potatoes
Quinoa Stuffed Bell Peppers with crispy coconut in a roasted red pepper and bourbon sauce
Chocolate Creme Brulee
*Food restrictions can be accommodated
About Sea to Sky Gondola
The spectacular Coastal Mountain scenery, glaciers, huge granite monoliths, and sub-alpine meadows that surround Squamish make it one of the best places on earth to go hiking, rock-climbing, mountain biking, backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, mountaineering, and much more. Every year hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to the area to enjoy these activities!
We are proud to partner with TD Bank as our presenting sponsor!
TD’s commitment to diversity is not only the right thing, it’s critical to achieving their mission to be a leading North American bank. TD believes that success depends on reflecting the communities where they do business and where employees, customers and suppliers live, work and play.