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Ski Callaghan has Wednesdays for part entry, rentals, food and more. Learn More Whistler Museum Speaker Series Keep an eye out on their event page for their speaker series, featuring everything from local heroes to historical videos and scientists working in the Whistler area. Learn More Whistler Public Library: Books and More Just a hop, step and a jump from the Museum is the beautiful library, which is open into the evenings a couple of times a week if you want to hang out and read.These nights are entertaining, informative and a chance to have a drink with long time locals among the museum exhibits. Keep an eye on their event calendar too, as they host evening lectures from professors at Quest University in Squamish, a selection of foreign films you won’t get in the cinema and Armchair Tours with local photographers. Learn More Special Events Every festival that comes in to town brings with it a host of special evening events, so it’s worth keeping an eye on the calendar during your visit.The system works best with no unique characters, so an é is simply recognized as e. Some Poinsettia's & Purdy's Chocolates still available at the office: Our Poinsettia and Purdy's fundraisers are now finished! Gabby Flynn earned Gold in Double Mini Trampoline for Level 6 Category, Gigi Kranjc placed Silver in Trampoline and Jett Williams took home bronze in Team trampoline with Sydney Lovell-Schmidt and Joe Davies rounding out Whistler's National trampoline team. Here's a group of our very happy Competitive trampoline kids!
- Please click on the LOGIN NOW button on the right side at the top.Lost Lake Park is close to the village so it’s easy to grab dinner then head out for a night ski.Ski Callaghan has a lodge for dinner, plus space for you, the dogs and the kids to toboggan and hang out around the bonfire.When it comes to the shortest day of the year, are we bemoaning the loss of daylight? There’s a ton of ways to make the most of the nights here in Whistler, whatever time of year you visit.
Here’s a list of unique ways you can spend a night out in our mountain town with options for kids, adults and for the economically-minded plenty of ideas that don’t cost a cent: Fire & Ice Show Let’s start with a bang! Learn More Family Après If the kids still have energy after a day skiing, Family Après might just be the ticket to help them burn off the extra energy. Learn More Indoor Climbing Change up your routine and work a few different muscles at Whistler Core Fitness, where they have a huge indoor climbing wall and all the equipment you need to take it on. Lots of options including instruction, guided sessions and kids evening camps (perfect for parental date night) Learn More Escape!Year Round, but we love winter when there are holiday lights on display and you can snuggle up by a firepit.