For your small or your large appetites, the Maple Festival has 9 Gourmet stops where you will find everything that you need in the charming venues of Heritage Park!
Maple Taffy on Snow
Gilles and Michelle Voyer and Family
The famous Maple Taffy on Snow will be available at two locations with the Voyer's familly Sugar Shack (2$/stick) It will be near the celebration tent and at the First Nations Encampment, near the newly built 20th century Sugar Shack.
The Railway Café provides patrons the casual elegance of a 1930s café reminiscent of lunch counters popular during the depression. With a boardwalk overlooking the beautiful Glenmore Reservoir, guests will enjoy hearty fresh food at affordable prices. Menu items include baked goods, hot and cold beverages, specialty coffees, soups, sandwiches and salads.
A prominent sandstone bar, warm wood accents and music from a bygone era are just some of the vintage features that will whisk you away from the everyday. Those seeking an elegant dining experience are in for a treat at the Selkirk Grille. Our skilled staff will ensure you receive exceptional service to match the exquisite fare. The Selkirk Grille's menu uses locally grown, organic foods and Canadian specialties to ignite and delight your taste buds.
Brunch - 11am - 2pm Crêpes with Butter and Warm Canadian Maple Syrup Maple Glazed Ham Hashbrown Breakfast Potatoes Scrambled Eggs with Cheddar Cheese Country Style Maple Baked Beans Fruit Salad Locally Roasted Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate and Selection of Juices
Adults - $18.95 + GST Children (under 12) - $11.50 + GST Children 2 and under
Meals can be purchased at the tent, however it is recommended to purchase them in advance at the following link: Brunch
Claresholm General Store / Candy Store
This general store, build in Claresholm around 1905, quickly became the hub of social and economic life of that small prairie town. It was where settlers bought everything they couldn't make themselves. The Claresholm General Store is now a candy store well known to festival goers and visitors of Heritage Park with a sweet tooth.
Fans of Split Pea Soup, Montreal Smoked Meat, and butter tarts can find these dishes and more at the Club Café. Menu
Wainwright Hotel Bar Room
The Wainwright Hotel bar is a great place to warm up with a hot drink. You can also enjoy a classic Poutine! Menu
Originally built in 1912 in Standard, the Alberta Bakery catered to bachelors and the North West Mounted Police, as most women did their own baking at home. Today, all visitors can purchase freshly made bread, buns, tarts and other fine confections. Menu