Whistler has a vibrant arts community.
Below are some staples of Whistler’s arts scene.
Whistler Arts Council
The Whistler Arts Council, located in Millennium Place is the hub for arts & culture in Whistler. They produce many annual events such as The Whistler Children’s Art Festival, Bizarre Bazaar, Performance Series, ART WALK and many more. Check their event calendar for listing of upcoming events.
Whistler Art Galleries
Whistler Art Galleries feature some of North America’s finest artists – showcasing Canadian and world-class artistry. Art tours in Whistler are offered by the arts community. Take a tour, a stroll, a walk, and learn about Whistler’s arts and cultural scene.
What a novel idea! Whistler Public Library, located between the main Village and Marketplace, is an easy walking distance from Summit Lodge. The Library has the latest magazines and newspapers, free internet access, a children’s section, and provides research assistance.
The Whistler Museum tells Whistler’s stories from fun loving pioneers, to the creation of Whistler Blackcomb, to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. A great indoor Whistler activity, the Whistler Museum is a fantastic option for a rainy day or a much needed rest-day from skiing!
Whistler’s Community Church
This group is associated with the British Columbia Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, an evangelical denomination with presently about 100 churches across the province.