November 13th - 17th, 2023
Connect Whistler, connecting people TOGETHER is a week filled with fun, social activities designed to help everyone in our community get better acquainted with why you live here.
Throughout Connect Whistler week you will connect with key organizations, support systems and locals who love to work and live here.
NEW THIS YEAR!
The more events you attend or participating locations you visit, the better your chances to win some AWESOME prizes including a WB Season’s Pass, Ziptrek Adventure package, a Go Pro and much more!
When you visit a participating location or attend an event make sure you scan the QR code provided for your chance to WIN!
Four locations: Whistler Community Services Society (8000 Nesters Road), Arts Whistler, The Whistler Museum, Whistler Public Library.
SCHEDULE OF events
Presented by the Whistler Museum – On the Whistler Museum’s Valley of Dreams Walking Tour, you’ll uncover the fishing resort history of Alta Lake, tales behind the mountain development, and stories of Whistler’s journey to the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The tour is approximately one hour long and led by long-time Whistler residents. Registration required.
Join Mixalhíts̓a7, Alison Pascal, Curator of the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, for a live presentation of her Whistler 101 episode, Indigenous Peoples. You’ll learn about the history, language, and culture of the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation. There will be a Q&A following Alison’s presentation! Registration required.
Presented by Late & Unique Nighttime Activities (LUNA) – Wear your shorts and headbands, It’s Dodgeball time! Bring a team, a friend, or come solo! Registration required.
Please note, the Connect Whistler schedule is subject to change.