Whether you and the kids are interested in Nordic skiing, snowshoeing or ice skating, the Resort Municipality of Whistler has a variety of options to help you safely celebrate Family Day on Monday, February 21.
- Receive a free skate rental with a booking for indoor public skate. To book visit whistler.ca/skate
- Join a family friendly stick & puck session scheduled from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. To book visit whistler.ca/stickandpuck
- Free admission. First come/first served, no reservations.
- 50% off all cross country ski and snowshoe day tickets
Other fun ideas:
Whistler Has Heart
You and your family can get involved by downloading a heart, printing it out, decorating it and placing it in your window for everyone to see. Or you can view the 100 hand painted wooden hearts on display at Alpha Lake Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Take a self-guided tour of Whistler with your family
The Resort Municipality of Whistler podcast self-guided tour offers everything you want might not know about Whistler Village. The podcasts guide you through Whistler Village narrated by CBC Radio’s Shelagh Rogers and former Maury Young Arts Centre General Manager Dennis Marriot. Together, the narrators describe the Village Stroll route, provide fascinating facts about Whistler and offer anecdotal stories about Whistler’s rich history and breathtaking beauty.
Relive the moments and create your own by taking part in the self-guided 2010 Winter Games Tour.
From state-of-the-art sporting venues that hosted nail-biting events to boisterous crowds celebrating in the heart of Whistler, the 2010 Winter Games saw residents and guests from around the globe come together to revel in the magic of winter sport. Pop stars rocked the crowd night after night, performers entertained in the streets and local artists played amid big name acts at medals ceremonies.
Whistler 101 sessions
WHISTLER 101 is a celebration of the interconnectedness of all that surrounds us, and how we express and celebrate our connection to our surroundings. WHISTLER 101 is a community-led series developed by the Resort Municipality of Whistler in collaboration with the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, the Whistler Museum, the Whistler Naturalists, and Arts Whistler. All five episodes were directed by Leslie Anthony and edited by Mike Douglas and Switchback Entertainment.