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Whistler Activites

Looking for things to do? Here are some activities in Whistler you may want to consider which are family-friendly!Dabble in DIY: Fun Home Art ProjectsNovember 20 6 – 9 pm Millennium Place
Customize your own lantern. This method of lighting is easily installed (plug in & hang), so it's a quick and stunning way to add light to any space! Dye, texturize, and paint  your lantern with supplies provided in class.  Let your style run wild! Whether you're a bohemian gal, or a classic chick this project is an easy way to bring flavour to any space.  Not crafty or creative? As a lighting designer, Robyn will provide you with a multitude of ideas and inspiration to get your project started.   Lanterns, cord & socket kit (for hanging), and supplies included in registration fee. To register, please click here http://www.artswhistler.com/events/dabble-in-diy-fun-home-art-projects

Bizarre Bazaar – November 30 & December 1 Whistler Conference Centre This year is Bizarre Bazaar's 25th anniversary, and over 100 artists and artisans will gather to showcase and market their handmade goods and original artwork under a banner of twinkling lights at the Whistler Conference Center, where the holiday buzz begins and anticipation runs high. For two days, from November 30 to December 1st, shoppers can find anything from paper goods, food, housewares, ceramics, bath products, jewelry, craft kits, accessories, clothing, knits, artwork, to Christmas decorations. Kids can enjoy pictures with Santa, craft stations, face painting, and creative balloon twists. With live music, holiday carols, a silent auction, this is a festive event not to be missed. Who knows? You might even catch a glimpse of bearded St. Nick himself.  For more information http://www.artswhistler.com/events/bizarre-bazaar

Radar The Rescue Dog November 30 at 4 pm Whistler Kids, Blackcomb BaseWith the mountain opening earlier than its projected November 28 date here’s an activity to help educate kids about the mountain. Radar the Rescue Dog is a fictitious children’s story based on a real dog. Three adventurous young skiers venture beyond the ski area boundary and find themselves lost on Whistler Mountain. Radar is their hero. It’s a simple plot to teach young skiers and snowboarders mountain safety awareness. For more information visit http://www.whistler.com/events/november/