Raising Our Voices – Whistler’s 6th Annual Celebration of International Women’s Day

Raising Our Voices – Whistler’s 6th Annual Celebration of International Women’s Day

Whistler’s premier showcase of awesome musical women is back!

Join us for a matinee or evening performance:

  • Date: Sunday, March 8, 2020
  • Times: Matinee performance 3:00pm | Doors 2:30pm
                Evening performance 7:30pm | Doors 7:00pm
  • Price: $15 General Admission
  • Venue: Maury Young Arts Centre 
  • Age restrictions: All ages
  • Tickets: $15 | Buy tickets
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There will be a reception, silent auction, and cash bar!

Raising Our Voices – A Celebration of International Women’s Day is an annual fundraiser for the Howe Sound Women’s Centre. The event showcases local female talent with more than 20 female musicians donating their time and talent to support this community affair.

All proceeds support Howe Sound Women’s Centre – last year we raised over $16,000!

“When you put all those musicians in a room with the members of our Sea to Sky communities you get one big PARTY!”

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Can’t make the March 8 event but would like to support the event? Donate online.

It’s Whistler’s premier showcase of awesome musical women, and all proceeds support Howe Sound Women’s Centre!

2020 PERFORMER LINEUP: Meet the incredible women gearing up to perform at this year’s event


MORE ABOUT THE HOWE SOUND WOMEN’S CENTRE

The Howe Sound Women’s Centre Society (HSWC) is a charitable organization that has been serving the communities of the Sea to Sky region for 39 years. The HSWC is focused on supporting women, two spirit, transgendered, and non-binary folks, and their children who need emergency shelter, crisis support, referrals and advocacy, and in particular, those who are victims of gender-based violence. The HSWC operates Drop-In Centre’s in Whistler and in Squamish both of which provide outreach services, Pearls Place Transition House in Squamish, Pearls Safe Home in Pemberton, and a social enterprise – Pearl’s Value & Vintage. The HSWC also operates the PEACE Counselling program in Squamish and Whistler for children and youth impacted by violence or conflict in the home, facilitates in-school youth education programs across the corridor, and run a variety of girls groups throughout the year.
The Squamish and Whistler Women’s Centres support over 3,800 women and children annually. Find out more.


Photo: Emily Serrell Photography