BC Family Day Is This Weekend
Coming up this weekend is BC Family Day! Pemberton is full of outdoor activities to do for Family Day and Valentine's Day including skating, cross-country skiing, and so much more. Learn about all the great things happening in Pemberton this February on our previous blog post.
While Pemberton may be all outdoor adventures, Whistler has plenty of great events to create the perfect family getaway. What better way to celebrate family than enjoying a beautiful day in Whistler together. Bring the whole gang -- nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and the grandparents -- Whistler's winter wonderland has something for everybody on Family Day this February 13, 2017.
Pemberton, Whistler, and families go together like ketchup and fries. Hit the slopes with your ski's and boards for a classic family ski vacation, or switch it up and go tobogganing at Whistler Olympic Park. There's so many options it's probably going to be hard to choose. From classic winter attractions like watching the legendary Fire & Ice Show, to taking pictures with the Olympic Rings -- Whistler can truly bring the family together.
Check out everything happening in Whistler on BC Family Day 2017!
Maybe the mountain isn't your style. Well you're in luck! The Audain Art Museum is holding special exhibitions all Spring and they've already started! It's definitely worth the price of admission to see some of the world's and Canada's most renowned artists' artwork. Bring the whole out the whole family to enjoy some Canadian culture.
Fred Herzog: Shadowlands
Comprised of 18 distinctive photographs that have never before been assembled. Shadowlands offers insight into another world documented by Herzog, one in which light and dark are incorporated to complement and narrate a unique moment in time, natural environment and surrounding artwork in both indoor and outdoor spaces.
Opening Saturday, February 25
Curated by Ellsworth Kelly from The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation Collection is organized by the American Federation of Arts and the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum in collaboration with The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation.
Posted: Tuesday, February 07, 2017