Celebrate Winterfest in Pemberton this New Year’s Eve
Celebrate the New Year's Eve in beautiful Pemberton this season with Winterfest! It's the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy the amazing natural beauty of Pemberton in the winter. This free family event brings together locals and visitors for a celebration of winter in the valley. Join the action on December 31st, 2017 from 2PM to 8PM.
Winterfest isn't usually held on New Year's Eve but since it's the end of Canada 150, they've decided to celebrate! This family friendly event offers a variety of fun events and activities throughout the day at the Pemberton Community Centre. Kids and Parents can both have a good time during Pemberton Winterfest, with plenty to keep you busy including; a Kids Zone, family dance party, fireworks, hot chocolate, fire pits, hot dogs, face painting, outdoor activities, indoor movie, and more.
If weather permits and the ice conditions are good, there may be a 'Pop-Up Winterfest' at One Mile Lake as well! That means pond hockey, skating, snowman building, and curling so our fingers are crossed for good weather!
Guests and residents of the Sea-to-Sky Corridor are invited to come take part in the fun and help participate in another wonderful Pemberton Winterfest! Celebrate the mighty winter that brings us joy, beauty, and lots of fun in the mountains!
Need more information on Winterfest? Head over to our Pemberton Winterfest event post to get all the details!
Pemberton Gingerbread Project
If you're in Pemberton this month be sure to swing by the Pemberton Valley Lodge to check out the Gingerbread Project creations and bring a donation to the Pemberton Food Bank. You can learn more about the Gingerbread Project on our previous blog post!
Are you looking to find the perfect winter getaway this year? Well look no further because Pemberton Valley Lodge offers guests a wonderful experience in the beautiful Pemberton Valley, only 30 minute North of Whistler. Take a look at our deals and packages to book yourself the best vacation possible this winter!
Posted: Wednesday, December 13, 2017