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Fall For Arts Returns to Whistler!

Fall for arts Town Plaza

It's officially the start of Whistler's 2nd season of Fall For Arts! This 3 month long celebration of arts and culture includes tons of events and activities for locals and visitors to enjoy. This year, Whistler's Fall For Arts is even bigger with more things happening throughout the sea to Sky Corridor. Take part in gallery viewings, art markets, lecture series, heritage walks, live music, movie screenings, festivals, and so much more.

Starting September 2017 and going until the end of November, get ready for 3 months jam-packed with arts and culture events. Fall offers the perfect blend of less traffic in Whistler and the opening of many different cultural events. Wind down after a long hot summer of outdoor activities by indulging in the deep roots of Whistler's art and culture scene. Check out just a few of the things you can do in Whistler during Fall For Arts below.

Arts Whistler Culture Maps

One of the best parts about Fall For Arts is that it doesn't even require an event for you to take part. Arts Whistler has developed Whistler Culture Maps that allow you to choose your own route as you check out cultural landmarks, public art, galleries, and more along your journey. Explore in the Village or venture slightly off the beaten path and other points of interest all throughout Whistler. Find yourself a hard copy of the map at the Maury Young Arts Centre or use them online at Arts Whistler Culture Maps.

Whistler Village Beer Festival

From September 13 - 17, you have a chance to sample over 120 beers from 50+ breweries at the Whistler Village Beer Festival. This will be WVBF's 5th birthday, and they're offering a great deal on their Main Event on Saturday and Sunday. To learn more you can head over to our previous blog post - Celebrate the 5th Annual Whistler Village Beer Festival.

Hear and Now

Still a little sad about music festival season coming to an end? Hear and Now returns, along with Fall For Arts, for it's second year of live music in Whistler's Village Square. This local music festival celebrates new and old artists from Whistler and the Sea to Sky Corridor in a 2 day event this September 23rd and 24th. Learn more about the musicians playing and the schedule for Hear and Now.

Fall for Arts Whistler Artist Painting

BC Culture Days

Whistler's Audain Art Museum is holding the provincial launch event for BC Culture Days in Whistler. Come out and kick off the Culture Day celebrations for September 29th, 30th, and October 1st. Locals and visitors are invited to watch the opening ceremony and then spend the rest of the weekend enjoying Whistler's bustling arts and culture scene. You can find out more information about the opening ceremony at Arts Whistler and more about BC Culture Days on it's official website.

And that's only the month of September, folks! There's plenty more coming up before December hits us, so you better get ready. Stay tuned for more information about Whistler's Writers Festival, Cornucopia, Whistler Film Festival, and a whole bunch more.

Photo Credit: Justa Jeskova

Posted: Thursday, September 07, 2017

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