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March 21, 2019
Mark Your Calendar!
The 2019 Whistler Children’s Festival Brings the Fun July 5–7
WHISTLER, BC – Picture this: Sunny skies with not a cloud in sight, lush green grass and a beautiful mountain backdrop. But WAIT… What?! Is that a giant lizard on stilts?
That’s just another day at the Whistler Children’s Festival. Don’t miss out on the fun, July 5–7 at Whistler Olympic Plaza!
The Whistler Children’s Festival is back for its 36th year and is filled to the brim with arts and crafts, bubble wands, storytellers, puppet shows, dance parties, circus acts, face painting and internationally acclaimed children’s performers. It’s a chance to free your imagination and explore creativity… unplugged.
The action kicks-off with the PJ Dance Party on Friday, July 5 from 4-7pm on the Great Lawn in Olympic Plaza. It’s free to join — just be sure to bring your groove. The main festival runs 10am-4pm on Saturday and Sunday. Festival Entry is $10 for 3 to 10 year-olds and free for adults and toddlers — basically, your child gets to bring you! Tickets go on sale in May.
See you at the 2019 Whistler Children’s Festival!
Photos of the 2018 Whistler Children’s Festival by Rebecca Robbins Photography
About Arts Whistler:
Arts Whistler is passionate about Whistler, about arts and about making arts and culture an integral part of day-to-day life. Operating out of the Maury Young Arts Centre in the heart of Whistler Village, Arts Whistler runs a variety of creative classes, showcases an exciting lineup of live shows for Arts Whistler Live! and hosts year-round free-admission exhibits in The Gallery to support local artists and their craft. Annual events include the Whistler Children’s Festival, Whistler Street Entertainment, Arts Whistler Holiday Market, We Heart Local Art and Art on the Lake. Arts Whistler creates bold, inspiring and engaging experiences and supports an arts and culture sector in Whistler that’s welcoming, accessible and collaborative.
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Laura Walker, Communications Specialist