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The Ultimate Guide To The Whistler Film Festival

Photo: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane Lights, camera, action- It’s time for the Whistler Film Festival. From November 29th until December 3rd, Whistler Village becomes the destination for cinematic art. Over the course of the 5 days, a selection of up to 90 films from Canada and around the world will be shown throughout the village. Many of these films are new and innovative, making them a must see. The Whistler Film Festival isn’t confined to just films, events also take place, joining the industry, talent, patrons and festival participants together in celebration. Want to be part of the red carpet excitement More »

How To Make The Most Of The Whistler Farmer’s Market

The Whistler Farmer’s Market is another wonderful part of summer in Whistler. Every Sunday and Wednesday during July and August, vendors selling local artisan goods, produce and food take over the upper village stroll. The vendors are required to adhere to a strict made, baked or grown in B.C policy allowing locals and resort guests alike to enjoy the regional bounty. Every sense will be tantalized as you stroll and interact in the festival atmosphere. Get ready to walk away with your arms, belly and heart full after we disclose how to make the most of the Whistler Farmer’s Market Plan to More »

Canada 150 In Whistler

Photo: Justa Jeskova 2017 marks Canada’s 150th birthday and we’ve got to say, Canada you look good! In commemoration of this special anniversary, there are a number of celebrations happening across the country and in Whistler. Special dinners, scavenger hunts, and unique events will be held throughout the year but in particular, around Canada Day on July 1st. In true Whistler fashion, it’s going to be a celebratory month and it’s definitely one to be part of. We’ve got the lowdown on celebrating Canada 150 in Whistler! The Bearfoot Bistro The Bearfoot Bistro will be hosting a long table dinner party More »

15 Facts About The World Ski And Snowboard Festival

The winter season is coming to a close and spring is making itself seen here in Whistler. The changing of the seasons means we must soon bid farewell to the snow and all its related activities. But in true Whistler fashion, we don’t like to do anything on a small scale. And so, to send off winter with one last giant hurrah, there is the World Ski and Snowboard Festival. This year marks its 22nd spring party and to commemorate as well as get everyone fired up, we are counting down 15 facts about the World Ski and Snowboard Festival. More »

Made In Whistler Market

Every Saturday from December 17 through April 1, the Made In Whistler Winter Artisan Market sets up shop. This market features local artisans displaying and selling their crafts. Here, you will find unique jewelry, pottery, woodwork, fine art, textiles and artisanal foods. Many of the vendors have to go through a rigorous selection process focused on quality and price point, so you will only find the highest of quality, hand-made goods available to purchase. With only a few more market days left in the season, we are featuring one of vendor’s that you will find at the Made In Whistler Winter Artisan Market More »