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2017 BC Family Day Is A Couple Weeks Away

Coming up in only a few weeks is BC Family Day! 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 crew -- nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and the grandparents -- Whistler's winter wonderland has something for everybody on Family Day this February 13, 2017. 

Whistler and families go hand in hand. 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 on Whistler’s Family Day and then book your Family Day vacation today!

David McColm Whistler Library Armchair Tours

Whistler is full of talented artists who are inspired by the beautiful British Columbian landscape. One of these aforementioned artists is David McColm, who is best known locally for his video and photography expertise, giving Whistlerites another perspective of their home. McColm’s work often highlights the beauty of time and nature capturing spectacular views from the air, the alpine, or lakeside late at night when the stars are bright and the northern lights are dancing.

Come be apart of the Whistler Public Library’s Armchair Tours, where David McColm is planning to showcase his last adventure, Iceland and Greenland. The Whistler-based photographer travelled to these countries back in September to shoot photos, he also had the chance to send his brand new photography drone up in the air to gather footage for videos that he’ll debut at the event. Even with all the challenges, McColm said the more he visits new places, the more he wants to travel. “I love having Whistler as my home base,” he said. “I expect it always will be my home base, but when I come back I’m already thinking about where’s the next place to go.”

To hear more about David’s travels and see his photos and videos, check out the Whistler Public Library on January 31th at 7pm for David McColm’s Armchair Tours.

Posted by on Friday, January 27, 2017