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By: Banff Volunteer Centre  09-12-2011

Volunteering for the Banff Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival is deliciously easy!

There are lots of opportunities to be involved – volunteer shifts are either 3 / 5 hours, rewards for your donating your valuable time, and a simple online registration form!

We appreciate your time and value you as a volunteer! Let us thank you!

  • Volunteers completing 3 hour shifts will receive one (1) entrance ticket to the Grand Tasting Hall session of your choice, plus $20 in sampling coupons.
  • Volunteers completing 5 hour shifts will receive two (2) entrance tickets to the Grand Tasting Hall session of your choice, plus $30 in sampling coupons.

*Please note, all volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.

A little more about the event:

The Banff Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival Grand Tasting Hall offers the finest in local cuisine prepared by some of the top Banff and Lake Louise restaurants and hotels along with an extensive selection of unique wines, high quality ports, fine single-malt scotch, imported beer and premium spirits. The festival’s ticket provides entrance into the Grand Tasting Hall at The Fairmont Banff Springs to either the afternoon tasting from 2:00 to 5:00pm on Saturday May 14th or to your choice of two, three-hour evening events starting at 7:00pm on either Friday or Saturday night. Beginners, intermediates, and connoisseurs will have the rare opportunity to learn more about their favourites from industry experts in a casual and social atmosphere.

A variety of other special wine and food themed Weekend Events will be hosted throughout Banff, May 13 & 14, by local restaurants and hotels. Wine experts and chefs will be on hand as you nosh and nibble on fresh gourmet cuisine inspired from around the globe.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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