Celebrate Thanksgiving in Whistler
Thanksgiving is a time to be with your family and loved ones, and where better to be than Whistler! No matter what your holiday tradition is, Whistler is the perfect place to spend your turkey day. Check out all the fun activities and events going on during Thanksgiving Long Weekend this October 5 - 8, 2018.
Whistler Blackcomb Turkey Sale
October 5 - 8, 2018
Visit the legendary Whistler Blackcomb Turkey Sale. With winter just around the corner, the Turkey Sale is your one-stop shop for all your snow gear. Get your hands on top name brand ski and snowboarding equipment with substantial preseason savings, all under one roof.
If you’re in the market for new gear, you should also check out the SWAP (Sale With Awesome Prices). It’s known to have top quality pre-owned equipment for both kids and adults that you can’t find anywhere else.
Retail stores around Whistler usually get in on the action and have lots of sales as well, making for an unbelievable weekend of shopping. You can learn more about the Whistler Blackcomb Turkey Sale on their official website.
Whistler Farmers Market
October 6 & 7 | 11 am - 4 pm
Take a stroll through the Whistler Farmers’ Market on October 6th, 2018. A true feat for your sense, you can pick up some fresh local produce, watch live entertainment and street artisans, and enjoy family activities along the beautiful Upper Village Stroll. These are the last Farmers Markets of the season and a perfect place to get some early Christmas shopping done!
The Point Artist-Run Centre
October 6, 2018 | 6 pm
Away from home for the holidays? Join the Orphans’ Thanksgiving celebrations at the Points Artist Centre for some good old home cooking and live entertainment. This year musicians playing include Gord Rutherford, Venus Envy, and Northern Ignition.
Whistler Turkey Trot
Lost Lake Park - Event Area
October 7, 2018
Tie up your running shoes and get ready for the Whistler Turkey Trot. This family-friendly event takes place on some of the best trails in Whistler at the beautiful Lost Lake Park. Join in for either a 5 km or 10 km distance and experience some crisp mountain air before or after your big Thanksgiving meal.