January Events

Dec 19 - January  4Whistler Holiday ExperienceThis indoor family fun zone provides entertainment for kids and parents alike during the holiday season. Kids can enjoy a mini putt course, table games, bouncy castles, crafts and video games free for 15 days over Christmas and New Year. Parents are catered for too - they can relax in the lounge area and enjoy a coffee or hot cocoa while the kids play. Please note The Holiday Experience is usually closed December 25, and December 31 to prepare for the New Year's Celebrations
January 3King of the RailsThe King of the Rail is a series of rail jam contests which run on select evenings next to the Fitzsimmons Chair at the base of Whistler Mountain. There are separate categories for snowboarders and skiers, males and females, adults and youth. Category winners will receive a percentage of the cash entry fees as a prize and all participants are entered to win fantastic draw prizes from Showcase, Burton, Atomic, Nintendo and more
January 10ARC’TERYX Deep Winter Photo Challenge presented by GORE TEX®Head over to the Fairmont Chateau Whistler and take in the legendary "Deep Winter" photo contest.  It celebrates the powerful storm cycles that pound the Coast Mountains which Whistler skiers and riders revel in.  The pictures are then turned into a award winning slide show after only getting three days to shoot and produce pitted against the harsh winter elements for the title of "King of the Storms"
Jan 23 - 24TELUS Winter ClassicThe TELUS Winter Classic is Whistler Blackcomb Foundation's legendary fundraising event of the season. Partake in a fun-filled weekend of wine, beer and spirit tastings, gourmet food, ski events and Mountain Top Gala.  Make sure to get your ticket early as it always sells out fast.

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January 31

Winter Pride and Ski FestivalDon't miss one of the biggest and best gay ski weeks in the world! 2015 marks the 23rd anniversary of Whistler's Pride and Ski Festival. From snow sports and pool parties to the infamous "Snowball Grand Finale Dance Party", it's the highlight of winter for lesbians, Bears, Spa Queens and everything in between.
January 30Harpoonist and the Axe MurdererTheir influences range from the iconic songwriting of Willie Dixon to the boundary pushing of Jack White and Danger Mouse but their sound is distinctly their own, smothered in greasy, gritty soul and imbued with funk. Shawn Hall provides the rousing, rugged vocals and blues harmonica, while Matthew Rogers rips on the guitar and pounds the skins with his feet. Their music is unapologetic. It slaps you in the face and makes you sweat like it’s a sticky, summer night. It cuts you to the core. It’s the blues played the way it was meant to be played

 

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