As 2020 winds down, who couldn’t use a little more joy? Here are 12 ideas to lift your spirits, inspire outdoor time and create connection.
The Community Well-being Subcommittee of the Whistler Recovery Working Group is excited to share “12 Days of Joy” for Whistler starting December 20.
12 Days of Joy includes 12 ideas for local activities for residents to lift your spirits, inspire outdoor time and create connections. To boost the joy even more, the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre will offer free admission from December 20 to January 24 in partnership in Truth and Reconciliation with the Resort Municipality of Whistler.
Snap to win!
Community members are encouraged to snap a picture of themselves engaging in or spreading joy and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win prizes.
This year has been tough and not everyone is feeling the joy. Fortunately, Whistler has a number of services that can help. Know someone who needs support? Share these links for resources and services with them:
Mental health outreach support
Community Services: Squamish and Pemberton, Whistler, Sea to Sky Youth
Overdose Prevention Support
Sea To Sky domestic violence and family support
Howe Sound Women’s Center
Sea to Sky basic needs support
Food and Shelter Services: Whistler, Squamish, Pemberton
Government Wellness Resources: Sea to Sky Corridor, Provincial, National