The Saturna Island Lamb Barbeque is a joyous celebration of Canada Day, centred around a traditionally prepared open fire barbequed lamb meal. Remember the ‘good old days?’ Our BBQ has an old-fashioned country fair flavour that kids and adults enjoy. Our community has hosted the Saturna Lamb Barbeque since July 1st 1950 when it began as a school picnic on the Campbell’s farm at Saturna Beach. Read More …
The Saturna Lamb Barbeque staff and advisory committee are watching the COVID-19 situation very closely. Given that our event is just over 3 months away, we are cautiously optimistic that everything will proceed as usual and we are continuing in full-on planning mode. We will continue to update this website as things progress, stay tuned.
A shuttle service is available from the ferry dock to the site for foot passengers.
A shuttle service to and from the ferry dock and the barbeque site is available for foot passengers. The shuttle meets the morning ferry and takes foot passengers back to the afternoon ferry.
For more information: Getting to the Barbeque
Odds and Ends
No alcohol to be brought ashore or onto site.
In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint we will not be selling single use bottled water this year. Water will be available at many stations throughout the site, so please bring your own travel mug. We will also be selling Lamb BBQ travel mugs.
When traveling by boat to the shore, life jackets or PFDs must be worn (the welcome booth can look after them while you are at the BBQ)
Many of your purchases at the Lamb BBQ will be cash only, however there will be an ATM on site.