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What’s Happening in Whistler this Month!

Whistler is full of events and activities to do off the mountain this February 2018. Take a break from shredding all that pow and explore the vast arts and culture community within Whistler!

Cypress Point Winter Carnival

February 11, 2018

Celebrate winter at the 5th Annual Cypress Point Winter Carnival! Bring the whole family out for an afternoon of games, photo booth, ice sculpting and snow carving competitions, live music, fireside singalongs, food, hot and cold drinks, and much more. In past years there has also been pond hockey and ice skating but these activities are weather-permitting obviously. After the free family afternoon you can attend the ticketed evening performance with live music, theatre skits, dancing, dinner, and a cash bar.

Whistler Olympic Plaza 2018 watch live

Watch the 2018 Winter Olympic Games

February 9-25, 2018

Not so much an arts activity but a hug part of Whistler’s culture is the Olympics. Take a moment or three to cheer on your country at the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang! Head over to the Whistler Olympic Plaza to watch the live CBC stream on the big screen. The Olympic excitement is palpable when you’re watching with large groups!


BC Family Day

February 12, 2018

Whistler is bustling with activities during the BC Family Day long weekend, from Family studio Sessions at the Audain Art Museum to 50% discounts on lift tickets for Whistler Blackcomb. No matter how you’re looking to spend your Family Day, Whistler has it. Take a look at some of the family activities you can do in Whistler this Family Day.

Made in Whistler Artisan Market

February 10, 17, & 24

Have you had a chance to check out the Made in Whistler Artisan Market? Every Saturday, from noon to 6pm, until March 31st, 2018 the Market pops up at the Westin Resort & Spa Whistler for all to explore for free! Browse through artisan wares including, jewelry, pottery, fine art, clothing, tasty foods, and much more. Grab yourself, or a loved one, a treat while your there to bring a piece of Whistler home with you.

Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane