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*GIVEAWAY* Whistler Children’s Festival

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Win a Weekend in Whistler

With the Canadian dollar at a significant low, more families are looking closer to home for fun family adventures and staycation ideas, and we have the perfect one for you! 

Whistler Children’s Festival

Whistler Olympic Plaza is the site of the 32nd annual Whistler Children’s Festival – a 3 day event presented by the Whistler Arts Council that will feature an exciting line-up of live performances, free activities, and a wide variety of hands-on creative workshops for kids. I know my 6 year old would literally be head over heels for the Circo-Circuit workshop, and my 2 year old would get a kick out of the Saggy Shakers workshop! And who doesn’t love the fabulous Bobs & Lolo concerts? Online workshop registration will be live until Friday, July 10th, so be sure not to miss out! 

Located less than a 2 hour drive from Vancouver, this could easily be a fun day trip, or you can extend your visit and play all weekend! Lucky for you, the Whistler Arts Council is giving away and incredible Weekend Giveaway in Whistler for you to have the best Whistler Children’s Festival experience with your family! 

The prize pack will include accommodation in Whistler during the festival weekend, complementary VIP entrance and creative workshops at the festival, a meal for two adults and two children at Dusty’s or Merlin’s courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb, a whitewater rafting tour for two from The Adventure Group, a ziplining adventure for two with Ziptrek, four complementary admissions to the Whistler Museum and four complementary admissions to the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, and a gift from ivivva by Lululemon, and an organic coffee gift package from the Whistler Roasting Company. Click on the image below to enter to win!

Win a Weekend in Whistler

 

For full event details, workshop descriptions, performer bios, and ticketing information, visit www.whistlerchildrensfestival.com.  

All on the table disclosure: While this post was generously sponsored by the Whistler Arts Council, all views are my own and y’all know I’d never share anything less than stellar with my fave readers.

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