Every Sunday, brunch is hosted at the Clubhouse Restaurant.
Date: Every Sunday Read more
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Menu: Click to view
Pricing: Golf Members $18.00 | Adults – $19.95 | 6 to 11 yrs – $14.95/ under 5 are free
Specialty Brunch Pricing: Members $22.95 | 12 and over – $26.95 | 6 to 11 yrs – $14.95 | under 5 are free
On Friday, August 16, 2019, Sandpiper is hosting its annual charity longtable dinner! Join us as Chef Jeff Massey, owner of Restaurant 62
, prepares a seasonal farm-to-plate menu, complimented with guitar strums and vocals by local talent, Ryan McAllister
, and après dinner fireside time.
In light of the challenges many local families face with buying school supplies and groceries, proceeds will be donated to our local Backpack Project. When:
Friday, August 16, 2019 Location:
First tee at Sandpiper Golf Course
facing the Harrison River and Coast mountains. Menu: Take a look!
Welcome cocktail by Red Truck Price:
Limited seating for 100 guests. Includes wine and a ‘thank you’ gift. Read more
We are excited to collaborate with local farm-to-plate chef, Adrian Beatty.
Adrian was part of the Rowena's team 23 years ago when he joined us a Chef!
We are very excited to welcome him back as our Step Back in Time Chef.
Adrian was the Executive Chef and owner, along with his wife Shannon, at the award-winning Seasonal 56 in Langley before deciding to launch his ‘from the farm’ series, and is known for preparing beautiful long table meals and pop-up dinners.
Click here to read more and see his bio.
Join us as Chef Adrian prepares four courses amidst the 1920s ambiance at Rowena’s Inn. Better yet, request the King’s Table and dine communal style! Read more
The Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival , (held November 2019) kicks off the Season of the Eagles and Salmon, and celebrates the beauty and biodiversity of the Fraser Valley by honouring the majestic Bald Eagle and the Cycle of the Salmon.
Deep in the heart of “Sasquatch Country”, Harrison Mills is home to the world’s largest concentrated eagle gathering. The raptors are drawn to the area by the millions of spawning salmon that travel up the Fraser River to tributaries, such as the Harrison River.
The estuary is also home to wildlife--trumpeter swans, ducks, seal, bear, coyote, deer and the great white sturgeon.
Situated on the banks of the Harrison River, our resort is the perfect place to watch this phenomenon. Read more