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Upcoming Events & Activities in Whistler This November

It’s only October but Whistler already has the snow coming down on it. We’re all starting to get excited for the mountain to open but there are still a bunch of arts and culture events coming up in November to enjoy before we call an official start to ski season. Have a look at all the things you can do while you’re waiting for Whistler Blackcomb to open this November 23rd, 2017.

Cornucopia Whistler event

Cornucopia | Nov. 9th - 19th

Cornucopia will be making its 21st consecutive appearance in Whistler this November. This 11-day festival celebrates food and drinks with good times and good people. Experience an adventure for your senses with a diverse schedule of tastings, parties, workshops, dinners, and more. You won’t want to miss a minute of the action at Cornucopia, head over to their website to view the full schedule.

Stone & Sky: Canada’s Mountain Landscape Exhibition | Nov. 11

Starting this November, the Audain Art Museum is opening a special exhibition highlighting Canada’s most celebrated artists – Stone and Sky: Canada’s Mountain Landscape. Come out and experience a trans-continental journey, through photographs, watercolours, drawings, paintings, and prints that explore the vitality and diversity of Canada’s mountainous landscapes. There will be over 100 works spanning from 150 years ago to the present. Stone and Sky features artists including Lawren Harris and members of the Group of Seven, Emily Carr, Toni Onley, Edward Burtynsky, Kenojuak Ashevak, John Hartman, Takao Tanabe, and Ann Kipling.

Can’t wait for the season to start? Find out what Whistler Village looks like right now by checking out the live webcam at Whistler’s Olympic Plaza.

Arts Whistler Holiday Market | Nov. 25th - 26th

Grab your family and friends a unique holiday gift at the Arts Whistler Holiday Market. Formerly known as the Bizarre Bazaar, the Holiday Market features two days of over a hundred local vendors, from throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor, selling handmade crafts and goodies. Browse through the booths, enjoy live music, visit Santa, and chat with local artisans and craftsmen. You can learn more about the Holiday Market at the Arts Whistler website.

Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler / Mike Crane