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Don’t Miss Fall For Arts

Don’t Miss Fall For Arts

Photo: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane Many think of fall as a time to get cozy, stay in doors and hibernate from the rain until the snow comes. But in reality, the arrival of autumn brings more things to do, especially in Whistler. One of the exciting things going on is Fall For Arts. Put on by Arts Whistler and stretching from September through to December, Fall for Arts encompasses music, visual treats and other kinds of creativity. During this time, events and activities will take place all over Whistler and with an underlying tie to culture. Here are some not More »

Labour Day Long Weekend

Labour Day Long Weekend

Photo: Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane Fall is in the air and summer is on it’s way out. But before school is back in session and we see the last of the holidays, there is one last long weekend of the hot season. Labour Day long weekend runs from September 2nd until September 4th and it the perfect opportunity to enjoy those last few summer adventures in Whistler. What will you do with those extra weekend days on Labour Day long weekend? Public Transit Throughout the summer months, the Resort Municipality of Whistler offers free public transit on weekends. Labour Day marks the last day More »

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

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 »

Your Guide To Arts And Culture In Whistler

Your Guide To Arts And Culture In Whistler

Many come to Whistler to ski, snowboard or mountain bike but did you know that in addition to those heart-pumping activities, Whistler has a vibrant arts and culture scene? Bursting at the seams, you will find galleries, performances and events all surrounding creative pursuits. What’s more, many of these feature the talents of community members that are collectively inspired by the mountains. So get ready, we’re about to take you on a guided tour of the arts and culture in Whistler! Audain Art Museum The Audain Art Museum was opened in 2016 and features the traditional works of the province’s First More »

Canada 150 In Whistler

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 »