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  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    14:00 -19:00
    2018-08-01

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

  • Green Drinks Whistler
    20:00 -22:00
    2018-08-01

    Black’s Pub, Mountain Square, Whistler, BC, Canada

    Black’s Pub, Mountain Square, Whistler, BC, Canada

    Green Drinks is a global movement in over 70 countries and 537 cities worldwide. Locally it is hosted by AWARE, Whistler’s environmental charity. We come together on every first Wednesday of the month to discuss local or global environmental issues and concerns. We brainstorm ideas, solutions and promote sustainable living. A great way to meet new like minded people in town and have stimulating conversation.

    Green Drinks is by donation, and possible thanks to our sponsors.

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  • Wanderlust Whistler
    07:00 -18:00
    2018-08-02-2018-08-05

    Whistler, BC, Canada

    Whistler, BC, Canada

    At Wanderlust, our mission is to help you find your true north—to lead a healthy & inspired life. Wanderlust Whistler, set at Whistler Blackcomb in an alpine paradise is a step down that path. Choose your own adventure with multi-level yoga and meditation sessions, mouthwatering local organic dinners, heart-pumping music, inspiring lectures and workshops, and outdoor activities from SUP to world-famous mountain biking.

    TICKET INFORMATION

    All price tiers are available for a limited amount of time. Prices rise on the last Tuesday of the month when tickets will move to the next higher price tier until the event date.

    Once you purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Wanderlust’s ticketing partner. Your e-ticket(s) will be attached to your order confirmation email. Important: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you can’t find it there, either, click here to access the Eventbrite help center.

    If you are having any other technical ticketing-related issues with your order, click here to contact our support team. For questions and general festival info, click here. Need to view or update the information on your order? Click here for instructions.

    All sales are final. Event is rain or shine. Advertised presenters, teachers and artists are confirmed at this time but are subject to change. By purchasing this ticket you accept the terms and conditions. Click here for full terms and conditions.

    NEED HELP?

    Head over to Wanderlust.com and look for our live chat in the bottom right corner or visit the Wanderlust Helpdesk for FAQs, directions and more.

    DATE AND TIME

    Thu, Aug 2, 2018, 7:00 AM –

    Sun, Aug 5, 2018, 6:00 PM PDT

    LOCATION

    Whistler, BC

  • Crafts in the Park
    11:00 -12:00
    2018-08-02

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft, presented in partnership with Whistler Museum.
    Where: Florence Petersen Park
    Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Repeats: Thursdays from July 5 to August 23
    Event Details:

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft. In each of these eight sessions, we’ll highlight wild things in Whistler. Meet us in Florence Petersen Park, behind the Library and the Museum!

    For kids aged 4 to 12.

    This program is presented in partnership with the Whistler Museum and Archives Society.

  • Toonie Rides
    18:30 -20:30
    2018-08-02

    Every week for 20 weeks, WORCA hosts Thursday night Toonie Rides with the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations. The rides cost $2 (Toonie) with half of the entry fee going into WORCA’s trail maintenance fund, and the other half into a pot for the top riders – usually locals who are training for the nationals or even the World Cup, so they can use every cent they get.

    A WORCA membership and completed waiver is required to participate in any WORCA organised/sanctioned event, including, but not limited to: Toonie Rides, Phat Wednesdays, Youth Camps, Teenie Toonie, and special events. Avoid line-ups and buy your membership online BEFORE sign-in. There are no more paper waivers to sign in person, everything is online.

    Toonie Season Pass

    The $40 Toonie Season Pass (available to purchase online until noon May 23). Pre-pay $40 and you’ll fast track sign-in on Thursdays – you’ll have your very own sign-up line. Never worry about remembering $2 each week again. Purchase your Toonie Season Pass with your membership!

    VIEW THE 2018 TOONIE RIDE SCHEDULE

    The ‘Ride’ part of the name is more about our mandate, which is to foster the use of bicycles in the community. There are a core group of ‘racers’ in our series however the majority of riders are just out to have fun, explore the trails, get a bit of exercise, and socialize with other members. A prize of $50 is given to the 1st adult male and female; the 1st youth male and female riders are announced.

    You need to be a WORCA member to participate for insurance reasons, but every cent that doesn’t go to the insurance companies is channeled back into protecting and maintaining Whistler’s exceptional network of bike trails. The races are open to everyone, young and old, and of all abilities. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must wear a helmet and ensure that their bikes are in good working order. Bring water, tube repair kits, and tools because you never know… Please, NO POWER ASSISTED BIKES at WORCA events for insurance purposes.

    A Toonie tip: Review the course maps each week as the range of difficulty can vary week to week depending on what the sponsor has in store for everyone.

    See you at the finish line!


    The Essence of a Toonie video, by Stefan Licko

    Toonie Ride Etiquette

    STARTING

    The race starts at 6:30pm. If you want to push yourself and ride hard, make sure you are there before 6:30pm so that you can position yourself near the front of the pack. If you start late, you will end up trying to pass a lot of people who are slower than you. If you want to go at your own pace you may want to start a bit further back in the pack. This way you won’t have faster riders trying to pass you all the time. Some Loonie Rides will have staggered starts to break the group up a bit more.

    ON THE TRAIL

    Helmets are Mandatory: Mountain biking can be hard on the body so please ensure you’re looking after your most important asset and wear a helmet!

    Stay on the Trail: As WORCA members we do our best to take care of the trails we have so they will last a long time. That means that we always stay on the trail. Cutting corners and riding off trail are not acceptable.

    Crowding: Sometimes the course becomes congested with riders and everyone is off their bike. This is part of the Loonie Ride experience. Be patient, wait your turn and eventually you will get going again. Passing: If you are riding along with people behind you, ask them if they want pass. Check regularly to see if there is anyone on your tail. If you notice someone behind you all of a sudden, they have already beaten you. Let them pass you when it is safe to do so. Likewise, if you would like to pass the person in front of you, ask them politely if you can pass them. Make sure it is a safe place to pass, stay on the trail and thank them for letting you by.

    Walking your bike: Sometimes the trail gets steep or very technical and people have to get off their bikes. This is perfectly fine and expected. If you are walking your bike and another person is riding their bike, step out of the way so they can continue riding. Someone on their bike always has the right of way. If you are the person riding on the trail and you come across people walking, call out ‘rider up!’ so they have time to move out of the way. Remember that sometimes you will get ‘bumped off’ your bike by riders in front of you. It’s going to happen and you can’t take this too seriously. Smile and have fun.

    APRÈS & SPONSORS

    Food & Beer: The Loonie Rides would not exist without the support of our sponsors. The sponsors set the course, marshal and sweep it. They are not obligated to provide beer and food for everyone but most choose to do so. Show your appreciation to the sponsors by only having one serving and thanking them. The après is not a full course meal, but it is beer and a bite for $2. The sponsors appreciate your gratitude!

  • Summer Concert Series: Orgone + March Fourth
    19:30 -21:30
    2018-08-02

    From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 7:00 PM
    Artist: Orgone

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Artist: MarchFourth

  • More events
    • Wanderlust Whistler
      07:00 -18:00
      2018-08-02-2018-08-05
      Whistler, BC, Canada
      Whistler, BC, Canada

      At Wanderlust, our mission is to help you find your true north—to lead a healthy & inspired life. Wanderlust Whistler, set at Whistler Blackcomb in an alpine paradise is a step down that path. Choose your own adventure with multi-level yoga and meditation sessions, mouthwatering local organic dinners, heart-pumping music, inspiring lectures and workshops, and outdoor activities from SUP to world-famous mountain biking.

      TICKET INFORMATION

      All price tiers are available for a limited amount of time. Prices rise on the last Tuesday of the month when tickets will move to the next higher price tier until the event date.

      Once you purchase, you will receive an order confirmation email from Eventbrite, Wanderlust’s ticketing partner. Your e-ticket(s) will be attached to your order confirmation email. Important: if you do not see your order confirmation in your inbox, make sure to check your junk/spam folder. If you can’t find it there, either, click here to access the Eventbrite help center.

      If you are having any other technical ticketing-related issues with your order, click here to contact our support team. For questions and general festival info, click here. Need to view or update the information on your order? Click here for instructions.

      All sales are final. Event is rain or shine. Advertised presenters, teachers and artists are confirmed at this time but are subject to change. By purchasing this ticket you accept the terms and conditions. Click here for full terms and conditions.

      NEED HELP?

      Head over to Wanderlust.com and look for our live chat in the bottom right corner or visit the Wanderlust Helpdesk for FAQs, directions and more.

      DATE AND TIME

      Thu, Aug 2, 2018, 7:00 AM –

      Sun, Aug 5, 2018, 6:00 PM PDT

      LOCATION

      Whistler, BC

    • Crafts in the Park
      11:00 -12:00
      2018-08-02
      Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft, presented in partnership with Whistler Museum.
      Where: Florence Petersen Park
      Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
      Repeats: Thursdays from July 5 to August 23
      Event Details:

      Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft. In each of these eight sessions, we’ll highlight wild things in Whistler. Meet us in Florence Petersen Park, behind the Library and the Museum!

      For kids aged 4 to 12.

      This program is presented in partnership with the Whistler Museum and Archives Society.

    • Toonie Rides
      18:30 -20:30
      2018-08-02

      Every week for 20 weeks, WORCA hosts Thursday night Toonie Rides with the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations. The rides cost $2 (Toonie) with half of the entry fee going into WORCA’s trail maintenance fund, and the other half into a pot for the top riders – usually locals who are training for the nationals or even the World Cup, so they can use every cent they get.

      A WORCA membership and completed waiver is required to participate in any WORCA organised/sanctioned event, including, but not limited to: Toonie Rides, Phat Wednesdays, Youth Camps, Teenie Toonie, and special events. Avoid line-ups and buy your membership online BEFORE sign-in. There are no more paper waivers to sign in person, everything is online.

      Toonie Season Pass

      The $40 Toonie Season Pass (available to purchase online until noon May 23). Pre-pay $40 and you’ll fast track sign-in on Thursdays – you’ll have your very own sign-up line. Never worry about remembering $2 each week again. Purchase your Toonie Season Pass with your membership!

      VIEW THE 2018 TOONIE RIDE SCHEDULE

      The ‘Ride’ part of the name is more about our mandate, which is to foster the use of bicycles in the community. There are a core group of ‘racers’ in our series however the majority of riders are just out to have fun, explore the trails, get a bit of exercise, and socialize with other members. A prize of $50 is given to the 1st adult male and female; the 1st youth male and female riders are announced.

      You need to be a WORCA member to participate for insurance reasons, but every cent that doesn’t go to the insurance companies is channeled back into protecting and maintaining Whistler’s exceptional network of bike trails. The races are open to everyone, young and old, and of all abilities. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must wear a helmet and ensure that their bikes are in good working order. Bring water, tube repair kits, and tools because you never know… Please, NO POWER ASSISTED BIKES at WORCA events for insurance purposes.

      A Toonie tip: Review the course maps each week as the range of difficulty can vary week to week depending on what the sponsor has in store for everyone.

      See you at the finish line!


      The Essence of a Toonie video, by Stefan Licko

      Toonie Ride Etiquette

      STARTING

      The race starts at 6:30pm. If you want to push yourself and ride hard, make sure you are there before 6:30pm so that you can position yourself near the front of the pack. If you start late, you will end up trying to pass a lot of people who are slower than you. If you want to go at your own pace you may want to start a bit further back in the pack. This way you won’t have faster riders trying to pass you all the time. Some Loonie Rides will have staggered starts to break the group up a bit more.

      ON THE TRAIL

      Helmets are Mandatory: Mountain biking can be hard on the body so please ensure you’re looking after your most important asset and wear a helmet!

      Stay on the Trail: As WORCA members we do our best to take care of the trails we have so they will last a long time. That means that we always stay on the trail. Cutting corners and riding off trail are not acceptable.

      Crowding: Sometimes the course becomes congested with riders and everyone is off their bike. This is part of the Loonie Ride experience. Be patient, wait your turn and eventually you will get going again. Passing: If you are riding along with people behind you, ask them if they want pass. Check regularly to see if there is anyone on your tail. If you notice someone behind you all of a sudden, they have already beaten you. Let them pass you when it is safe to do so. Likewise, if you would like to pass the person in front of you, ask them politely if you can pass them. Make sure it is a safe place to pass, stay on the trail and thank them for letting you by.

      Walking your bike: Sometimes the trail gets steep or very technical and people have to get off their bikes. This is perfectly fine and expected. If you are walking your bike and another person is riding their bike, step out of the way so they can continue riding. Someone on their bike always has the right of way. If you are the person riding on the trail and you come across people walking, call out ‘rider up!’ so they have time to move out of the way. Remember that sometimes you will get ‘bumped off’ your bike by riders in front of you. It’s going to happen and you can’t take this too seriously. Smile and have fun.

      APRÈS & SPONSORS

      Food & Beer: The Loonie Rides would not exist without the support of our sponsors. The sponsors set the course, marshal and sweep it. They are not obligated to provide beer and food for everyone but most choose to do so. Show your appreciation to the sponsors by only having one serving and thanking them. The après is not a full course meal, but it is beer and a bite for $2. The sponsors appreciate your gratitude!

    • Summer Concert Series: Orgone + March Fourth
      19:30 -21:30
      2018-08-02

      From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

      Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
      Time: 7:00 PM
      Artist: Orgone

      Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
      Time: 8:30 PM
      Artist: MarchFourth

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  • Whistler Nature Camp: Stealth & Camouflage
    08:30 -15:30
    2018-08-03

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    Whistler Nature Camp (WNC) offers a unique opportunity for kids to connect with Whistler’s natural backyard! Imagine a place where their natural sense of wonder can ignite at the center of their fun and learning. Whether catching bugs, observing wildlife, befriending a tree, playing games or partaking in crafts, kids will have the chance to discover connections with the natural world and each other.

    Whistler Nature Camp strives to provide opportunities that will nurture children’s innate curiosity about the natural world, foster their understanding of the interconnectedness of all living and non-living things, and instill in them an abiding sense of care and responsibility for the well-being of their communities and planet Earth.

    Week 5: Stealth & Camouflage
    Animals can be hunters and hiders and we need both to keep nature in balance.
    Ages 6-10
  • Summer Concert Series: Samuel J + Nick Mulvey
    19:00 -21:30
    2018-08-03

    From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 7:00 PM
    Artist: Samuel J

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Artist: Nick Mulvey

     

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  • Squamish Farmers Market
    10:00 -15:00
    2018-08-04

    37996 Cleveland Avenue at Victoria Street Squamish, BC

    37996 Cleveland Avenue at Victoria Street Squamish, BC

    THE SUMMER MARKET IS HERE IN SQUAMISH!

    COME SUPPORT LOCAL MAKERS, BAKERS AND GROWERS EVERY SATURDAY FROM APRIL 7TH TO OCTOBER 27TH AT CLEVELAND AND VICTORIA. SEE YOU THERE!

    FarmersMarketLogo2012FINAL.jpg

    THE SQUAMISH FARMERS’ MARKET PROUDLY SUPPORTS LOCAL MUSICIANS, CHEFS, TOPICAL EXPERTS AND ENTERTAINERS. CHECK OUT OUR SCHEDULE TO SEE WHAT’S AT THE MARKET THIS WEEKEND!

    APRIL
    Saturday April 7th – Summer Market OpenerMonty Biggins (11-2)
    Saturday April 14th – Madelyn Read (11-2)
    Saturday April 21st – Rio Samaya (11-2)
    Saturday April 28th – Susan Holden (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Squamish Gardeners
    MAY
    Saturday May 5th – Overcomers (11-2)
    Saturday May 12th –  Stephen Vogler (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Kombucha Brewing with CraftWilder
    Saturday May 19th – Nick Koole (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Mr. Bannock Paul Natrall
    Saturday May 26th – Brainchild (11-2)
    JUNE
    Saturday June 2nd – Cam Salay (11-2)
    Saturday June 9th – Paul Coulter Brown (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Steve Fecho

    Saturday June 16th – The Wells (11-2)
    Saturday June 23rd – Dana Marie-Battaglia (11-2)
    Saturday June 30th – Carolyn Grass & Friends (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Spirits with Odd Society
    JULY
    Saturday July 7th – Matt Blackman (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Jams and Jellies with Moe’s Pantry
    Saturday July 14th – Paul Coulter Brown (11-2)
    Saturday July 21st – Nice Verdes (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Cease Wyss

    Saturday July 28th – Brainchild (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Mixology with Gillespie’s Fine Spirits
    AUGUST
    Saturday August 4th – Carolyn Grass & Friends (11-2)
    Saturday August 11th – Pernell Reichert (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Alice Savage
    Saturday August 18th – Nice Verdes (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Steve Fecho
    Saturday August 25th – Monty Biggins (11-2)
    SEPTEMBER
    Saturday September 1st – Jana Seale (10-11, 12-2)
    Saturday September 8th – Dana Marie-Battaglia (11-2)
    Saturday September 15th – Susan Holden (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Green Mustache’s Jennifer Just
    Saturday September 22nd – Rio Samaya (11-2)
    Saturday September 29th – Stephen Vogler (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Payal Batra
    OCTOBER
    Saturday October 6th – Overcomers (11-2)
    Saturday October 13th – Brainchild (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market Growing Practices with Plenty Wild Farms
    Saturday October 20th – Pernell Reichert (11-2)
    Saturday October 27th – Summer Market Finale – Matt Blackman (11-2)
  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-04

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-04

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

  • Summer Concert Series: Geoffroy + DJ Drez + Stars
    19:00 -21:30
    2018-08-04

    From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 7:00 PM
    Artist: Geoffroy

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 8:00 PM
    Artist: DJ Drez

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 8:30 PM
    Artist: Stars

     

  • More events
    • Squamish Farmers Market
      10:00 -15:00
      2018-08-04
      37996 Cleveland Avenue at Victoria Street Squamish, BC
      37996 Cleveland Avenue at Victoria Street Squamish, BC

      THE SUMMER MARKET IS HERE IN SQUAMISH!

      COME SUPPORT LOCAL MAKERS, BAKERS AND GROWERS EVERY SATURDAY FROM APRIL 7TH TO OCTOBER 27TH AT CLEVELAND AND VICTORIA. SEE YOU THERE!

      FarmersMarketLogo2012FINAL.jpg

      THE SQUAMISH FARMERS’ MARKET PROUDLY SUPPORTS LOCAL MUSICIANS, CHEFS, TOPICAL EXPERTS AND ENTERTAINERS. CHECK OUT OUR SCHEDULE TO SEE WHAT’S AT THE MARKET THIS WEEKEND!

      APRIL
      Saturday April 7th – Summer Market OpenerMonty Biggins (11-2)
      Saturday April 14th – Madelyn Read (11-2)
      Saturday April 21st – Rio Samaya (11-2)
      Saturday April 28th – Susan Holden (12-3)
      Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Squamish Gardeners
      MAY
      Saturday May 5th – Overcomers (11-2)
      Saturday May 12th –  Stephen Vogler (12-3)
      Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Kombucha Brewing with CraftWilder
      Saturday May 19th – Nick Koole (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Mr. Bannock Paul Natrall
      Saturday May 26th – Brainchild (11-2)
      JUNE
      Saturday June 2nd – Cam Salay (11-2)
      Saturday June 9th – Paul Coulter Brown (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Steve Fecho

      Saturday June 16th – The Wells (11-2)
      Saturday June 23rd – Dana Marie-Battaglia (11-2)
      Saturday June 30th – Carolyn Grass & Friends (12-3)
      Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Spirits with Odd Society
      JULY
      Saturday July 7th – Matt Blackman (12-3)
      Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Jams and Jellies with Moe’s Pantry
      Saturday July 14th – Paul Coulter Brown (11-2)
      Saturday July 21st – Nice Verdes (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Cease Wyss

      Saturday July 28th – Brainchild (12-3)
      Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Mixology with Gillespie’s Fine Spirits
      AUGUST
      Saturday August 4th – Carolyn Grass & Friends (11-2)
      Saturday August 11th – Pernell Reichert (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Alice Savage
      Saturday August 18th – Nice Verdes (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Steve Fecho
      Saturday August 25th – Monty Biggins (11-2)
      SEPTEMBER
      Saturday September 1st – Jana Seale (10-11, 12-2)
      Saturday September 8th – Dana Marie-Battaglia (11-2)
      Saturday September 15th – Susan Holden (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Green Mustache’s Jennifer Just
      Saturday September 22nd – Rio Samaya (11-2)
      Saturday September 29th – Stephen Vogler (12-3)
      Chef at the Market: Payal Batra
      OCTOBER
      Saturday October 6th – Overcomers (11-2)
      Saturday October 13th – Brainchild (12-3)
      Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market Growing Practices with Plenty Wild Farms
      Saturday October 20th – Pernell Reichert (11-2)
      Saturday October 27th – Summer Market Finale – Matt Blackman (11-2)
    • Whistler Farmers' Market
      11:00 -16:00
      2018-08-04

      Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

      The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

      PHONE

      604 905 8886

      EMAIL US

      MARKET DAYS

      Sundays

      May to October

      11am-4pm

      Wednesdays

      July & August

      2pm-7pm

      Holiday Saturdays

      June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

      11am-4pm

    • Whistler Farmers' Market
      11:00 -16:00
      2018-08-04

      Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

      The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

      PHONE

      604 905 8886

      EMAIL US

      MARKET DAYS

      Sundays

      May to October

      11am-4pm

      Wednesdays

      July & August

      2pm-7pm

      Holiday Saturdays

      June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

      11am-4pm

    • Summer Concert Series: Geoffroy + DJ Drez + Stars
      19:00 -21:30
      2018-08-04

      From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

      Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
      Time: 7:00 PM
      Artist: Geoffroy

      Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
      Time: 8:00 PM
      Artist: DJ Drez

      Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
      Time: 8:30 PM
      Artist: Stars

       

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  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-05

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Whistler Nature Camp: Aquatic Adventures II
    08:30 -15:30
    2018-08-06-2018-08-10

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    Whistler Nature Camp (WNC) offers a unique opportunity for kids to connect with Whistler’s natural backyard! Imagine a place where their natural sense of wonder can ignite at the center of their fun and learning. Whether catching bugs, observing wildlife, befriending a tree, playing games or partaking in crafts, kids will have the chance to discover connections with the natural world and each other.

    Whistler Nature Camp strives to provide opportunities that will nurture children’s innate curiosity about the natural world, foster their understanding of the interconnectedness of all living and non-living things, and instill in them an abiding sense of care and responsibility for the well-being of their communities and planet Earth.

    Week 6: Aquatic Adventures II
    Wetlands are important to the Earth in many ways.
    Ages 6-10
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  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    14:00 -19:00
    2018-08-08

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Crafts in the Park
    11:00 -12:00
    2018-08-09

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft, presented in partnership with Whistler Museum.
    Where: Florence Petersen Park
    Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Repeats: Thursdays from July 5 to August 23
    Event Details:

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft. In each of these eight sessions, we’ll highlight wild things in Whistler. Meet us in Florence Petersen Park, behind the Library and the Museum!

    For kids aged 4 to 12.

    This program is presented in partnership with the Whistler Museum and Archives Society.

  • Toonie Rides
    18:30 -20:30
    2018-08-09

    Every week for 20 weeks, WORCA hosts Thursday night Toonie Rides with the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations. The rides cost $2 (Toonie) with half of the entry fee going into WORCA’s trail maintenance fund, and the other half into a pot for the top riders – usually locals who are training for the nationals or even the World Cup, so they can use every cent they get.

    A WORCA membership and completed waiver is required to participate in any WORCA organised/sanctioned event, including, but not limited to: Toonie Rides, Phat Wednesdays, Youth Camps, Teenie Toonie, and special events. Avoid line-ups and buy your membership online BEFORE sign-in. There are no more paper waivers to sign in person, everything is online.

    Toonie Season Pass

    The $40 Toonie Season Pass (available to purchase online until noon May 23). Pre-pay $40 and you’ll fast track sign-in on Thursdays – you’ll have your very own sign-up line. Never worry about remembering $2 each week again. Purchase your Toonie Season Pass with your membership!

    VIEW THE 2018 TOONIE RIDE SCHEDULE

    The ‘Ride’ part of the name is more about our mandate, which is to foster the use of bicycles in the community. There are a core group of ‘racers’ in our series however the majority of riders are just out to have fun, explore the trails, get a bit of exercise, and socialize with other members. A prize of $50 is given to the 1st adult male and female; the 1st youth male and female riders are announced.

    You need to be a WORCA member to participate for insurance reasons, but every cent that doesn’t go to the insurance companies is channeled back into protecting and maintaining Whistler’s exceptional network of bike trails. The races are open to everyone, young and old, and of all abilities. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must wear a helmet and ensure that their bikes are in good working order. Bring water, tube repair kits, and tools because you never know… Please, NO POWER ASSISTED BIKES at WORCA events for insurance purposes.

    A Toonie tip: Review the course maps each week as the range of difficulty can vary week to week depending on what the sponsor has in store for everyone.

    See you at the finish line!


    The Essence of a Toonie video, by Stefan Licko

    Toonie Ride Etiquette

    STARTING

    The race starts at 6:30pm. If you want to push yourself and ride hard, make sure you are there before 6:30pm so that you can position yourself near the front of the pack. If you start late, you will end up trying to pass a lot of people who are slower than you. If you want to go at your own pace you may want to start a bit further back in the pack. This way you won’t have faster riders trying to pass you all the time. Some Loonie Rides will have staggered starts to break the group up a bit more.

    ON THE TRAIL

    Helmets are Mandatory: Mountain biking can be hard on the body so please ensure you’re looking after your most important asset and wear a helmet!

    Stay on the Trail: As WORCA members we do our best to take care of the trails we have so they will last a long time. That means that we always stay on the trail. Cutting corners and riding off trail are not acceptable.

    Crowding: Sometimes the course becomes congested with riders and everyone is off their bike. This is part of the Loonie Ride experience. Be patient, wait your turn and eventually you will get going again. Passing: If you are riding along with people behind you, ask them if they want pass. Check regularly to see if there is anyone on your tail. If you notice someone behind you all of a sudden, they have already beaten you. Let them pass you when it is safe to do so. Likewise, if you would like to pass the person in front of you, ask them politely if you can pass them. Make sure it is a safe place to pass, stay on the trail and thank them for letting you by.

    Walking your bike: Sometimes the trail gets steep or very technical and people have to get off their bikes. This is perfectly fine and expected. If you are walking your bike and another person is riding their bike, step out of the way so they can continue riding. Someone on their bike always has the right of way. If you are the person riding on the trail and you come across people walking, call out ‘rider up!’ so they have time to move out of the way. Remember that sometimes you will get ‘bumped off’ your bike by riders in front of you. It’s going to happen and you can’t take this too seriously. Smile and have fun.

    APRÈS & SPONSORS

    Food & Beer: The Loonie Rides would not exist without the support of our sponsors. The sponsors set the course, marshal and sweep it. They are not obligated to provide beer and food for everyone but most choose to do so. Show your appreciation to the sponsors by only having one serving and thanking them. The après is not a full course meal, but it is beer and a bite for $2. The sponsors appreciate your gratitude!

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  • Squamish Farmers Market
    10:00 -15:00
    2018-08-11

    37996 Cleveland Avenue at Victoria Street Squamish, BC

    37996 Cleveland Avenue at Victoria Street Squamish, BC

    THE SUMMER MARKET IS HERE IN SQUAMISH!

    COME SUPPORT LOCAL MAKERS, BAKERS AND GROWERS EVERY SATURDAY FROM APRIL 7TH TO OCTOBER 27TH AT CLEVELAND AND VICTORIA. SEE YOU THERE!

    FarmersMarketLogo2012FINAL.jpg

    THE SQUAMISH FARMERS’ MARKET PROUDLY SUPPORTS LOCAL MUSICIANS, CHEFS, TOPICAL EXPERTS AND ENTERTAINERS. CHECK OUT OUR SCHEDULE TO SEE WHAT’S AT THE MARKET THIS WEEKEND!

    APRIL
    Saturday April 7th – Summer Market OpenerMonty Biggins (11-2)
    Saturday April 14th – Madelyn Read (11-2)
    Saturday April 21st – Rio Samaya (11-2)
    Saturday April 28th – Susan Holden (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Squamish Gardeners
    MAY
    Saturday May 5th – Overcomers (11-2)
    Saturday May 12th –  Stephen Vogler (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Kombucha Brewing with CraftWilder
    Saturday May 19th – Nick Koole (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Mr. Bannock Paul Natrall
    Saturday May 26th – Brainchild (11-2)
    JUNE
    Saturday June 2nd – Cam Salay (11-2)
    Saturday June 9th – Paul Coulter Brown (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Steve Fecho

    Saturday June 16th – The Wells (11-2)
    Saturday June 23rd – Dana Marie-Battaglia (11-2)
    Saturday June 30th – Carolyn Grass & Friends (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Spirits with Odd Society
    JULY
    Saturday July 7th – Matt Blackman (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Jams and Jellies with Moe’s Pantry
    Saturday July 14th – Paul Coulter Brown (11-2)
    Saturday July 21st – Nice Verdes (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Cease Wyss

    Saturday July 28th – Brainchild (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market – Mixology with Gillespie’s Fine Spirits
    AUGUST
    Saturday August 4th – Carolyn Grass & Friends (11-2)
    Saturday August 11th – Pernell Reichert (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Alice Savage
    Saturday August 18th – Nice Verdes (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Steve Fecho
    Saturday August 25th – Monty Biggins (11-2)
    SEPTEMBER
    Saturday September 1st – Jana Seale (10-11, 12-2)
    Saturday September 8th – Dana Marie-Battaglia (11-2)
    Saturday September 15th – Susan Holden (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Green Mustache’s Jennifer Just
    Saturday September 22nd – Rio Samaya (11-2)
    Saturday September 29th – Stephen Vogler (12-3)
    Chef at the Market: Payal Batra
    OCTOBER
    Saturday October 6th – Overcomers (11-2)
    Saturday October 13th – Brainchild (12-3)
    Chef at the Market Presents: What’s at the Market Growing Practices with Plenty Wild Farms
    Saturday October 20th – Pernell Reichert (11-2)
    Saturday October 27th – Summer Market Finale – Matt Blackman (11-2)
  • Art on the Lake: Urban Landscape – Fast and Loose
    10:30 -16:30
    2018-08-11

    AUGUST 11 & 12 | 10:30 am – 4:30 pm | 16+

    INSTRUCTOR: REX BEANLAND

    SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

     

    EARLY BIRD (until May 1st)
    $225 Arts Whistler Member

    REGULAR RATE:
    $275 Arts Whistler Member
    $300 Non-Member

     

    The focus of this workshop is to create urban landscape paintings that are loose and impressionistic and can be completed quickly. He will teach how to create paintings that demand attention and capture the viewer’s eye, drawing from the expressive use of colour. As an added bonus you will discover how easy it is to include people and vehicles into your paintings.

    Participants will learn:

    • How to use urban landscape elements to create an effective composition
    • Use of figures, vehicles, and buildings to create paintings that tell a story
    • Master the elements of watercolour painting: value, creative brushwork, and luminous washes
    • Understand the critical importance of water in watercolour painting
    • Use of expressive colour and techniques for maximum impact

    As a retired school teacher Rex has learned the value of practicing techniques before actually applying them.He has created a series of mini-lessons on specific topics such as cars, people, value, and creative brushwork. By doing these practices he creates a comfort level for everyone. This allows everyone to work more freely when it comes to doing the actual painting.

    Although this workshop is geared to those with painting experience, all experience levels are welcome. Please be in touch if you have questions.

     

    Instructor:

    Rex started painting in watercolour as a young child and has never outgrown it.  Something in that mysterious interaction between water and pigment continues to fascinate and inspire. Water can’t be controlled, and as a watercolourist Rex says, “he must let go and enjoy the ride”. He feels rewarded by the many spontaneous surprises that watercolour offers.

    Check out the instructors work rexbeanland.com

     

    Supplies

    Supplies not included – participants will be sent a link to the supply list once they have registered.

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  • Art on the Lake: Urban Landscape – Fast and Loose
    10:30 -16:30
    2018-08-12

    AUGUST 11 & 12 | 10:30 am – 4:30 pm | 16+

    INSTRUCTOR: REX BEANLAND

    SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

     

    EARLY BIRD (until May 1st)
    $225 Arts Whistler Member

    REGULAR RATE:
    $275 Arts Whistler Member
    $300 Non-Member

     

    The focus of this workshop is to create urban landscape paintings that are loose and impressionistic and can be completed quickly. He will teach how to create paintings that demand attention and capture the viewer’s eye, drawing from the expressive use of colour. As an added bonus you will discover how easy it is to include people and vehicles into your paintings.

    Participants will learn:

    • How to use urban landscape elements to create an effective composition
    • Use of figures, vehicles, and buildings to create paintings that tell a story
    • Master the elements of watercolour painting: value, creative brushwork, and luminous washes
    • Understand the critical importance of water in watercolour painting
    • Use of expressive colour and techniques for maximum impact

    As a retired school teacher Rex has learned the value of practicing techniques before actually applying them.He has created a series of mini-lessons on specific topics such as cars, people, value, and creative brushwork. By doing these practices he creates a comfort level for everyone. This allows everyone to work more freely when it comes to doing the actual painting.

    Although this workshop is geared to those with painting experience, all experience levels are welcome. Please be in touch if you have questions.

     

    Instructor:

    Rex started painting in watercolour as a young child and has never outgrown it.  Something in that mysterious interaction between water and pigment continues to fascinate and inspire. Water can’t be controlled, and as a watercolourist Rex says, “he must let go and enjoy the ride”. He feels rewarded by the many spontaneous surprises that watercolour offers.

    Check out the instructors work rexbeanland.com

     

    Supplies

    Supplies not included – participants will be sent a link to the supply list once they have registered.

  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-12

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Whistler Nature Camp: Things with Wings
    08:30 -15:30
    2018-08-13-2018-08-17

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    Whistler Nature Camp (WNC) offers a unique opportunity for kids to connect with Whistler’s natural backyard! Imagine a place where their natural sense of wonder can ignite at the center of their fun and learning. Whether catching bugs, observing wildlife, befriending a tree, playing games or partaking in crafts, kids will have the chance to discover connections with the natural world and each other.

    Whistler Nature Camp strives to provide opportunities that will nurture children’s innate curiosity about the natural world, foster their understanding of the interconnectedness of all living and non-living things, and instill in them an abiding sense of care and responsibility for the well-being of their communities and planet Earth.

    Week 7: Things with Wings
    Birds keep ecosystems in balance and their amazing migrations remind us what an interconnected web we live in, from pole to pole.
    Ages 6-10
  • Whistler Film Festival Summer Cinema Series – The Breakfast Club
    20:00 -23:00
    2018-08-13

    Whistler, BC, Canada

    Whistler, BC, Canada

    For the second year, Whistler Film Festival presents their summer cinema series. Enjoy family-friendly movies under the stars in Creekside on Monday nights starting August 13th. This free event will begin at dusk (approx. 8:00 pm) at the base of Whistler Mountain near Dusty’s. Bring your own chair or blanket to enjoy the film in comfort. Food and beverages will be available for sale on site.

    The film presented on August 13th will be the John Hughes classic The Breakfast Club featuring a cast of 1980’s Brat Pack stars.

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  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    14:00 -19:00
    2018-08-15

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Crafts in the Park
    11:00 -12:00
    2018-08-16

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft, presented in partnership with Whistler Museum.
    Where: Florence Petersen Park
    Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Repeats: Thursdays from July 5 to August 23
    Event Details:

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft. In each of these eight sessions, we’ll highlight wild things in Whistler. Meet us in Florence Petersen Park, behind the Library and the Museum!

    For kids aged 4 to 12.

    This program is presented in partnership with the Whistler Museum and Archives Society.

  • Toonie Rides
    18:30 -20:30
    2018-08-16

    Every week for 20 weeks, WORCA hosts Thursday night Toonie Rides with the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations. The rides cost $2 (Toonie) with half of the entry fee going into WORCA’s trail maintenance fund, and the other half into a pot for the top riders – usually locals who are training for the nationals or even the World Cup, so they can use every cent they get.

    A WORCA membership and completed waiver is required to participate in any WORCA organised/sanctioned event, including, but not limited to: Toonie Rides, Phat Wednesdays, Youth Camps, Teenie Toonie, and special events. Avoid line-ups and buy your membership online BEFORE sign-in. There are no more paper waivers to sign in person, everything is online.

    Toonie Season Pass

    The $40 Toonie Season Pass (available to purchase online until noon May 23). Pre-pay $40 and you’ll fast track sign-in on Thursdays – you’ll have your very own sign-up line. Never worry about remembering $2 each week again. Purchase your Toonie Season Pass with your membership!

    VIEW THE 2018 TOONIE RIDE SCHEDULE

    The ‘Ride’ part of the name is more about our mandate, which is to foster the use of bicycles in the community. There are a core group of ‘racers’ in our series however the majority of riders are just out to have fun, explore the trails, get a bit of exercise, and socialize with other members. A prize of $50 is given to the 1st adult male and female; the 1st youth male and female riders are announced.

    You need to be a WORCA member to participate for insurance reasons, but every cent that doesn’t go to the insurance companies is channeled back into protecting and maintaining Whistler’s exceptional network of bike trails. The races are open to everyone, young and old, and of all abilities. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must wear a helmet and ensure that their bikes are in good working order. Bring water, tube repair kits, and tools because you never know… Please, NO POWER ASSISTED BIKES at WORCA events for insurance purposes.

    A Toonie tip: Review the course maps each week as the range of difficulty can vary week to week depending on what the sponsor has in store for everyone.

    See you at the finish line!


    The Essence of a Toonie video, by Stefan Licko

    Toonie Ride Etiquette

    STARTING

    The race starts at 6:30pm. If you want to push yourself and ride hard, make sure you are there before 6:30pm so that you can position yourself near the front of the pack. If you start late, you will end up trying to pass a lot of people who are slower than you. If you want to go at your own pace you may want to start a bit further back in the pack. This way you won’t have faster riders trying to pass you all the time. Some Loonie Rides will have staggered starts to break the group up a bit more.

    ON THE TRAIL

    Helmets are Mandatory: Mountain biking can be hard on the body so please ensure you’re looking after your most important asset and wear a helmet!

    Stay on the Trail: As WORCA members we do our best to take care of the trails we have so they will last a long time. That means that we always stay on the trail. Cutting corners and riding off trail are not acceptable.

    Crowding: Sometimes the course becomes congested with riders and everyone is off their bike. This is part of the Loonie Ride experience. Be patient, wait your turn and eventually you will get going again. Passing: If you are riding along with people behind you, ask them if they want pass. Check regularly to see if there is anyone on your tail. If you notice someone behind you all of a sudden, they have already beaten you. Let them pass you when it is safe to do so. Likewise, if you would like to pass the person in front of you, ask them politely if you can pass them. Make sure it is a safe place to pass, stay on the trail and thank them for letting you by.

    Walking your bike: Sometimes the trail gets steep or very technical and people have to get off their bikes. This is perfectly fine and expected. If you are walking your bike and another person is riding their bike, step out of the way so they can continue riding. Someone on their bike always has the right of way. If you are the person riding on the trail and you come across people walking, call out ‘rider up!’ so they have time to move out of the way. Remember that sometimes you will get ‘bumped off’ your bike by riders in front of you. It’s going to happen and you can’t take this too seriously. Smile and have fun.

    APRÈS & SPONSORS

    Food & Beer: The Loonie Rides would not exist without the support of our sponsors. The sponsors set the course, marshal and sweep it. They are not obligated to provide beer and food for everyone but most choose to do so. Show your appreciation to the sponsors by only having one serving and thanking them. The après is not a full course meal, but it is beer and a bite for $2. The sponsors appreciate your gratitude!

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  • Art on the Lake: Brilliant Hues of the West Coast – Oil Painting
    10:30 -16:30
    2018-08-18

    AUGUST 18 & 19, 2018 | 10:30 am – 5:30 pm | 16+

    INSTRUCTOR: DOMINIK MODLINSKI

    SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

     

    EARLY BIRD (until May 1st)
    $225 Arts Whistler Member

    REGULAR RATE:
    $275 Arts Whistler Member
    $300 Non-Member

     

    Two days of inspiration and innovation where brushstrokes radiate with luminescent light and the brilliant hues of the West Coast. This is a workshop for painters who wish to expand their knowledge of oil painting techniques, while enhancing their perception and creative visualization. Dominik will introduce colour exercises based on the three primary colours, and white to introduce students to colour mixing aimed at achieving unlimited colour harmonies. He will also expand on several colour contrast principals, which are the basis for successful painting. He will inspire your creativity with his travel stories and digital presentations.

    Although this workshop is geared to those with painting experience, all experience levels are welcome. Please be in touch if you have questions.

     

    Instructor:

    Dominik Modlinski’s work reflects his travel into remote areas of Canadian wilderness. The sources of his ingenuity are the never-ending supply of material that nature affords and the realities of our endangered environment.

    Check out the instructors work paintingjourneys.com

     

    Supplies

    Supplies not included – participants will be sent a link to the supply list once they have registered.

  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-18

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Slow Food Cycle Sunday
    09:00 -15:00
    2018-08-19

    A CELEBRATION OF FOOD, FARMERS AND THE JOYS OF BIKING

    The 14th annual Slow Food Cycle Sunday presented by Pemberton Valley Supermarket is an opportunity to connect — town folk and city folk, consumers with their food, people with the land. The future of food is local!

    Slow Food Cycle Sunday is a pedal powered trip through the natural buffet that is Pemberton Meadows farmland to take in Pemberton’s natural beauty, meet local farmers and sample produce fresh from the field. You will also have the opportunity to purchace local goodies, crafts and more along the way. Set your own pace and choose your own itinerary along the 45-kilometre / 28-mile route.

    For more information about BC’s largest Slow Food Cycle event, please visit slowfoodcyclesunday.com

    DATE AND TIME

    Sun, 19 August 2018

    9:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT

    Add to Calendar

    LOCATION

    Pemberton, BC

  • Art on the Lake: Brilliant Hues of the West Coast – Oil Painting
    10:30 -16:30
    2018-08-19

    AUGUST 18 & 19, 2018 | 10:30 am – 5:30 pm | 16+

    INSTRUCTOR: DOMINIK MODLINSKI

    SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

     

    EARLY BIRD (until May 1st)
    $225 Arts Whistler Member

    REGULAR RATE:
    $275 Arts Whistler Member
    $300 Non-Member

     

    Two days of inspiration and innovation where brushstrokes radiate with luminescent light and the brilliant hues of the West Coast. This is a workshop for painters who wish to expand their knowledge of oil painting techniques, while enhancing their perception and creative visualization. Dominik will introduce colour exercises based on the three primary colours, and white to introduce students to colour mixing aimed at achieving unlimited colour harmonies. He will also expand on several colour contrast principals, which are the basis for successful painting. He will inspire your creativity with his travel stories and digital presentations.

    Although this workshop is geared to those with painting experience, all experience levels are welcome. Please be in touch if you have questions.

     

    Instructor:

    Dominik Modlinski’s work reflects his travel into remote areas of Canadian wilderness. The sources of his ingenuity are the never-ending supply of material that nature affords and the realities of our endangered environment.

    Check out the instructors work paintingjourneys.com

     

    Supplies

    Supplies not included – participants will be sent a link to the supply list once they have registered.

  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-19

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

  • Araxi Longtable Dinner at North Arm Farm
    16:00 -22:00
    2018-08-19

    British Columbia’s most compelling and ambitious al fresco dining experiences – the Araxi Longtable Dinner Series – is set for Sunday, August 19, 2018.

    At the base of Mount Currie on breathtaking North Arm Farm, award-winning Executive Chefs James Walt and Quang Dang craft an exclusive four-course menu showcasing superlative farm-to-table dishes with renowned Restaurant Director Neil Henderson orchestrating all aspects of service for the event.

    For full details regarding the 2018 event, please email longtable@araxi.com.

    PURCHASE TICKETS

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    • Slow Food Cycle Sunday
      09:00 -15:00
      2018-08-19

      A CELEBRATION OF FOOD, FARMERS AND THE JOYS OF BIKING

      The 14th annual Slow Food Cycle Sunday presented by Pemberton Valley Supermarket is an opportunity to connect — town folk and city folk, consumers with their food, people with the land. The future of food is local!

      Slow Food Cycle Sunday is a pedal powered trip through the natural buffet that is Pemberton Meadows farmland to take in Pemberton’s natural beauty, meet local farmers and sample produce fresh from the field. You will also have the opportunity to purchace local goodies, crafts and more along the way. Set your own pace and choose your own itinerary along the 45-kilometre / 28-mile route.

      For more information about BC’s largest Slow Food Cycle event, please visit slowfoodcyclesunday.com

      DATE AND TIME

      Sun, 19 August 2018

      9:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT

      Add to Calendar

      LOCATION

      Pemberton, BC

    • Art on the Lake: Brilliant Hues of the West Coast - Oil Painting
      10:30 -16:30
      2018-08-19

      AUGUST 18 & 19, 2018 | 10:30 am – 5:30 pm | 16+

      INSTRUCTOR: DOMINIK MODLINSKI

      SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

       

      EARLY BIRD (until May 1st)
      $225 Arts Whistler Member

      REGULAR RATE:
      $275 Arts Whistler Member
      $300 Non-Member

       

      Two days of inspiration and innovation where brushstrokes radiate with luminescent light and the brilliant hues of the West Coast. This is a workshop for painters who wish to expand their knowledge of oil painting techniques, while enhancing their perception and creative visualization. Dominik will introduce colour exercises based on the three primary colours, and white to introduce students to colour mixing aimed at achieving unlimited colour harmonies. He will also expand on several colour contrast principals, which are the basis for successful painting. He will inspire your creativity with his travel stories and digital presentations.

      Although this workshop is geared to those with painting experience, all experience levels are welcome. Please be in touch if you have questions.

       

      Instructor:

      Dominik Modlinski’s work reflects his travel into remote areas of Canadian wilderness. The sources of his ingenuity are the never-ending supply of material that nature affords and the realities of our endangered environment.

      Check out the instructors work paintingjourneys.com

       

      Supplies

      Supplies not included – participants will be sent a link to the supply list once they have registered.

    • Whistler Farmers' Market
      11:00 -16:00
      2018-08-19

      Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

      The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

      https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

      PHONE

      604 905 8886

      EMAIL US

      MARKET DAYS

      Sundays

      May to October

      11am-4pm

      Wednesdays

      July & August

      2pm-7pm

      Holiday Saturdays

      June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

      11am-4pm

    • Araxi Longtable Dinner at North Arm Farm
      16:00 -22:00
      2018-08-19

      British Columbia’s most compelling and ambitious al fresco dining experiences – the Araxi Longtable Dinner Series – is set for Sunday, August 19, 2018.

      At the base of Mount Currie on breathtaking North Arm Farm, award-winning Executive Chefs James Walt and Quang Dang craft an exclusive four-course menu showcasing superlative farm-to-table dishes with renowned Restaurant Director Neil Henderson orchestrating all aspects of service for the event.

      For full details regarding the 2018 event, please email longtable@araxi.com.

      PURCHASE TICKETS

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  • Whistler Nature Camp: Friendly Forests
    08:30 -15:30
    2018-08-20-2018-08-24

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    7328 Kirkpatrick Way Whistler, BC V0N 1B0

    Whistler Nature Camp (WNC) offers a unique opportunity for kids to connect with Whistler’s natural backyard! Imagine a place where their natural sense of wonder can ignite at the center of their fun and learning. Whether catching bugs, observing wildlife, befriending a tree, playing games or partaking in crafts, kids will have the chance to discover connections with the natural world and each other.

    Whistler Nature Camp strives to provide opportunities that will nurture children’s innate curiosity about the natural world, foster their understanding of the interconnectedness of all living and non-living things, and instill in them an abiding sense of care and responsibility for the well-being of their communities and planet Earth.

    Week 8: Friendly Forests
    We depend on forests for our survival, from the air we breathe to the wood we use.
    Ages 6-10
  • Whistler Film Festival Summer Cinema Series – The Sandlot
    20:00 -23:00
    2018-08-20

    Whistler, BC, Canada

    Whistler, BC, Canada

    For the second year, Whistler Film Festival presents their summer cinema series. Enjoy family-friendly movies under the stars in Creekside on Monday nights starting August 13th. This free event will begin at dusk (approx. 8:00 pm) at the base of Whistler Mountain near Dusty’s. Bring your own chair or blanket to enjoy the film in comfort. Food and beverages will be available for sale on site.

    The film presented on August 20th will be the coming-of-age sports comedy The Sandlot.

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  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    14:00 -19:00
    2018-08-22

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Crafts in the Park
    11:00 -12:00
    2018-08-23

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft, presented in partnership with Whistler Museum.
    Where: Florence Petersen Park
    Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
    Repeats: Thursdays from July 5 to August 23
    Event Details:

    Join us each week for a little natural history, a story, and a craft. In each of these eight sessions, we’ll highlight wild things in Whistler. Meet us in Florence Petersen Park, behind the Library and the Museum!

    For kids aged 4 to 12.

    This program is presented in partnership with the Whistler Museum and Archives Society.

  • Toonie Rides
    18:30 -20:30
    2018-08-23

    Every week for 20 weeks, WORCA hosts Thursday night Toonie Rides with the sponsorship of local businesses and organizations. The rides cost $2 (Toonie) with half of the entry fee going into WORCA’s trail maintenance fund, and the other half into a pot for the top riders – usually locals who are training for the nationals or even the World Cup, so they can use every cent they get.

    A WORCA membership and completed waiver is required to participate in any WORCA organised/sanctioned event, including, but not limited to: Toonie Rides, Phat Wednesdays, Youth Camps, Teenie Toonie, and special events. Avoid line-ups and buy your membership online BEFORE sign-in. There are no more paper waivers to sign in person, everything is online.

    Toonie Season Pass

    The $40 Toonie Season Pass (available to purchase online until noon May 23). Pre-pay $40 and you’ll fast track sign-in on Thursdays – you’ll have your very own sign-up line. Never worry about remembering $2 each week again. Purchase your Toonie Season Pass with your membership!

    VIEW THE 2018 TOONIE RIDE SCHEDULE

    The ‘Ride’ part of the name is more about our mandate, which is to foster the use of bicycles in the community. There are a core group of ‘racers’ in our series however the majority of riders are just out to have fun, explore the trails, get a bit of exercise, and socialize with other members. A prize of $50 is given to the 1st adult male and female; the 1st youth male and female riders are announced.

    You need to be a WORCA member to participate for insurance reasons, but every cent that doesn’t go to the insurance companies is channeled back into protecting and maintaining Whistler’s exceptional network of bike trails. The races are open to everyone, young and old, and of all abilities. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must wear a helmet and ensure that their bikes are in good working order. Bring water, tube repair kits, and tools because you never know… Please, NO POWER ASSISTED BIKES at WORCA events for insurance purposes.

    A Toonie tip: Review the course maps each week as the range of difficulty can vary week to week depending on what the sponsor has in store for everyone.

    See you at the finish line!


    The Essence of a Toonie video, by Stefan Licko

    Toonie Ride Etiquette

    STARTING

    The race starts at 6:30pm. If you want to push yourself and ride hard, make sure you are there before 6:30pm so that you can position yourself near the front of the pack. If you start late, you will end up trying to pass a lot of people who are slower than you. If you want to go at your own pace you may want to start a bit further back in the pack. This way you won’t have faster riders trying to pass you all the time. Some Loonie Rides will have staggered starts to break the group up a bit more.

    ON THE TRAIL

    Helmets are Mandatory: Mountain biking can be hard on the body so please ensure you’re looking after your most important asset and wear a helmet!

    Stay on the Trail: As WORCA members we do our best to take care of the trails we have so they will last a long time. That means that we always stay on the trail. Cutting corners and riding off trail are not acceptable.

    Crowding: Sometimes the course becomes congested with riders and everyone is off their bike. This is part of the Loonie Ride experience. Be patient, wait your turn and eventually you will get going again. Passing: If you are riding along with people behind you, ask them if they want pass. Check regularly to see if there is anyone on your tail. If you notice someone behind you all of a sudden, they have already beaten you. Let them pass you when it is safe to do so. Likewise, if you would like to pass the person in front of you, ask them politely if you can pass them. Make sure it is a safe place to pass, stay on the trail and thank them for letting you by.

    Walking your bike: Sometimes the trail gets steep or very technical and people have to get off their bikes. This is perfectly fine and expected. If you are walking your bike and another person is riding their bike, step out of the way so they can continue riding. Someone on their bike always has the right of way. If you are the person riding on the trail and you come across people walking, call out ‘rider up!’ so they have time to move out of the way. Remember that sometimes you will get ‘bumped off’ your bike by riders in front of you. It’s going to happen and you can’t take this too seriously. Smile and have fun.

    APRÈS & SPONSORS

    Food & Beer: The Loonie Rides would not exist without the support of our sponsors. The sponsors set the course, marshal and sweep it. They are not obligated to provide beer and food for everyone but most choose to do so. Show your appreciation to the sponsors by only having one serving and thanking them. The après is not a full course meal, but it is beer and a bite for $2. The sponsors appreciate your gratitude!

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  • Treeline Women’s Climbing Festival
    19:00
    2018-08-24-2018-08-26

    39581 Loggers Ln Squamish, BC V8B 0A3

    39581 Loggers Ln Squamish, BC V8B 0A3

    Join Treeline Woman’s Outdoor Community for its 2nd Annual women’s climbing festival.

    Please head to our website for more information on the event and any updates.

    www.treelineclimbfest2018.com

    You must pay for general registration for the event in order to purchase clinics.

    Registration includes – low rates for guided clinics, attendance to our Kick Off evening with films and special guest speakers, camping (should you choose), 2 lunches, 1 family style dinner with women in climbing round table discussion, branded swag bag filled with goodies, beer, giveaways, auctions & raffle, yoga, nutrition workshop, physio warm up, free rentals from Climb On (helmet, shoes & harness only), demos and more.

    Clinic participants should bring the following: Harness, helmet, shoes, rope if you have one, belay device & locking biner, other climbing gear necessary for your clinic (quickdraws for sport climbing and trad gear for trad clinics), sunscreen, bug spray, water bottle, snacks for the day.

    Should the clinic that you want be full please contact Katie Hurley at treelinewoc@gmail.com to be waitlisted. If some clinics fill up we may add a second guide or a second clinic.

    *All clinics have a minimum enrollment of 4 people (minimum of 2 for 4:1 ratio clinics), should we not have a minimum of 4 people signed up for a clinic it may be cancelled.

    **We will be contacting participants to get lunch choice selection & any dietary restrictions. Please look out for this email in the coming months.

    DATE AND TIME

    Fri, 24 Aug 2018, 7:00 PM –

    Sun, 26 Aug 2018, 7:00 PM PDT

    Add to Calendar

    LOCATION

    Kinsman Campground

    39581 Loggers Ln

    Squamish, BC V8B 0A3

  • Summer Concert Series: Deer Rouge
    19:30 -21:30
    2018-08-24

    From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 7:30 PM
    Artist: Dear Rouge

     

     

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  • AWARE Kids Nature Club: Bug’s Life
    10:00 -15:00
    2018-08-26

    The AWARE Kids Nature Club has been educating local and visiting youth about all things environmental since 2007.

    These free sessions are focused on encouraging learning through fun interactive activities and are open to all, but are mainly intended for kids aged 5-11. All kids must be accompanied by a parent.

    Past topics include – what’s the buzz about bees? Building solar powered cars, painting birdhouses and learning about local bird song, turning rubbish into art, being bear smart and creepy crawlies…

    2018 Kids Nature Topics:

    • January 28 | Winter Wonderland!
    • February 25 | Bears, Bears, Bears
    • March 25 | Whistler’s Fancy Food Webs
    • April 29 | You’re Invited: To Mother Nature’s Birthday Party!
    • May 27 | Winged Things
    • June 24 | Ready, Set, GROW – The gift of gardens
    • July 29 | Water Works
    • August 26 | Bug’s Life
    • September 30 | Funky Farm
    • October 28 | Creepy Crawly Critters
    • November 25 | Endangered Species
    • December | Please note: there will be no Kids Club in December

    The AWARE Kids Nature Club is possible due to the support of the Whistler Public Library, who kindly donates their community space; the fantastic volunteers who plan and run the workshops; and Regional Recycling Whistler, who will help create fundraising and advertising activities for the Nature Club through donations at the Nesters Bottle Depot.

    For more information regarding the AWARE Kid’s Nature Club please contact us at info@awarewhistler.org

  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    11:00 -16:00
    2018-08-26

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Whistler Farmers’ Market
    14:00 -19:00
    2018-08-29

    Located in Whistler, BC, the Whistler Farmers Market welcomes residents and resort guests alike as they interact in the festive atmosphere accented by assorted entertainers.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWDhwxMgN8_/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    The Whistler Farmers Market is a registered non profit society dedicated to the promotion of regionally produced foods, crafts and services. We adhere to the made, baked or grown policy of the B.C. Association of Farmers Markets. From humble beginnings of one farm and a couple of crafters in the summer of 1994, the market now hosts an average of 90 vendors showcasing fresh fruit, produce, artisan crafts and food products.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BWYK-3CghPr/?taken-by=whistlerfarmersmarket

    PHONE

    604 905 8886

    EMAIL US

    MARKET DAYS

    Sundays

    May to October

    11am-4pm

    Wednesdays

    July & August

    2pm-7pm

    Holiday Saturdays

    June 30th, August 4th, September 1st, October 6th

    11am-4pm

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  • Summer Concert Series: Terra Lightfoot
    19:30 -21:30
    2018-08-31

    From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

    Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza
    Time: 7:30 PM
    Artist: Terra Lightfoot

     

     

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