You are invited to the Sunrise Evening BBQ to be held on
Tuesday, July 14 at 5:30 PM in Indian Battle Park.
Because of Covid -19 and the strange times inflicted upon us there will have to be some rules.  These are:
1.            Maximum 50 attendees.
2.            Maintain 2m social distance.
3.            Wear masks if closer than 2m.
4.            NO sharing of utensils or relishes, salads, etc. beyond an individual household.
5.            Alcohol is not permitted in City parks.
Attendees should each bring their own:
1.            Camping chair.
2.            Food they wish to cook and eat.
3.            Plates, utensils, relishes, salads for their household exclusively.
4.            Drinks of their choice (no alcohol).
As there will be only one BBQ stand, tongs and flippers will be provided – there will be as few cooks as possible so let us cook for you. This may take time so sit back, relax in the evening sun and enjoy chatting with members you have not seen in the flesh for some time.
Let’s just keep this BBQ simple and relaxing.  No fuss, No rush.
Driving directions:  Go downhill into valley bottom towards Fort Whoop-Up, but turn immediately right towards Helen Schuler Nature Centre and head towards the RR bridge, ignore the car park on left, turn left down first road, enter first car park on the right, park and look for us.
Picnic Location: In the treed area south of the railroad viaduct in Indian Battle Park there is a wooded area in which are located metal BBQ stands and picnic tables available to the public on a first come first served basis.  Around 4:30 pm some members will select an available location and light charcoal briquettes so as to have hot coals ready by 5:30 for cooking of burgers, sausages, hot dogs, etc. Since picnic tables do not enable social distances, their use is discouraged so avoid the need to eat off plates at a table.  Suggest you do not bring steaks, chops, etc.  Bring buns, etc. that can be hand held while eating in a chair.  Unfortunately, the nearest washrooms are locked shut – the nearest open ones are at the Baroness picnic shelter some half mile away.