LOBSTERFEST 2016 – GET READY!
It is time for Lobsterfest 2016 and what an exciting event we have planned for you this year.
We have taken some of the great traditions of our past events and added quite a few new twists which we think you will enjoy. As always all of our proceeds go to local charities!
Saturday May 28th, 2016
5:30pm – 1:00am
Ancaster Fairgrounds (Corner of Wilson St. and Trinity Rd.)
3 Succulent Lobsters (with melted butter) $55 OR
Full Rack of Barbecued Pork Back Ribs $50 OR
14 oz. Sizzling Barbecued Steak $45 OR
Half Barbecued Chicken $45
Steaming Hot Baked Potato
Delicious Fresh Corn on the Cob
Crisp Tossed Green Salad
Selection of Fresh Pastries
Coffee and Tea
Ice Cold Beer Premium Ice Cold Beer
Merlot and Chardonnay from Joseph’s Estate Winery (Niagara-on-the-Lake)
Mixed Drinks Soft Drinks
Casino Silent Auction
VJ Don Lovering – Ruby Entertainment Second Stage Band (patio)
LOBSTER $55 RIBS $50
STEAK $45 CHICKEN $45
Purchase your tickets online on this website using your credit card or
purchase them at Rastin’s Guardian Pharmacy, 323 Wilson St. East, Ancaster with cash or cheque Payable to Ancaster Knights of Columbus.
A strict wrist band policy will be in place this year.
Online ticket sales are available on this website.
Tickets will be available for pickup after Tuesday, April 9th, 2016, at Rastin’s Pharmacy during normal business hours. Please bring your email confirmation and identification to pick up your tickets.
BUYING TICKETS AT RASTINS(CASH/CHEQUE/DEBIT/CREDIT)
Tickets go on sale at Rastin’s Pharmacy (323 Wilson St. East, Ancaster) on April 9th. Please bring the following information: number of tickets required, specific meal choices, contact information (name and email address) and the name of your group for seating purposes.
Bake Table and lunch counter.
Garage Sale March 12, 8 am to 2 pm. A mix of old, new, antiques, collectibles, crafts, jewelry, coins, gently used kids items, home decor, tools and yard and garden. Bake sale and the amazing smell that leads you to the hot lunch counter. This is the whole heated Concession building full of treasures for you to peruse. Bring a friend along
See you at our fundraiser for the Ancaster Fair,
The Musical Ride
A spectacle known around the world…
Members of the Musical Ride are first and foremost police officers who, after at least two years of active police work, volunteer for duty with the Musical Ride. Most members are non-riders prior to their equestrian training with the RCMP; however, once they complete the courses of instruction, they not only become riders but ambassadors of goodwill. Working through a unique medium, they promote the RCMP’s image throughout Canada and the world. RCMP members only remain with the Musical Ride for two years with half transferring out each year which ensures an annual rotation of approximately one third (33%) of the riders.
Today, in keeping with tradition, the Musical Ride is performed by a full troop of thirty-two riders and horses, plus the member in charge. The Musical Ride consists of the execution of a variety of intricate figures and cavalry drill choreographed to music. Demanding utmost control, timing and coordination, these movements are formed by individual horses and riders, in two’s, four’s and eight’s at the trot and at the canter. Months of training, practice and many kilometres/miles around the riding school make horse and rider one. The horses must not only appear in the Musical Ride, in parades, special events and have the ability to travel and adapt to different environments, not to mention, hours of petting and photo-taking that the horses must patiently endure.
- 2015: Atlantic Provinces and Saskatchewan
- 2016: Southern Ontario and Manitoba
- 2017: Canadian Tour – 150th anniversary of Canada
- 2018: North Western Quebec, Northern Ontario and British Columbia
- 2019: Quebec and Alberta
The RCMP Musical Ride tours throughout Canada, as well as international venues, performing at approximately forty to fifty locations a year between the months of May and October. Thirty-six riders, thirty-six horses, a farrier, three non-commissioned officers (NCOs), and officer in charge travel with the Musical Ride.