Every year Pemberton hosts a huge variety of events from concerts to festivals, sporting events and cultural activities.
People come from all over the country to witness and take part in events such as Ironman Canada, along local events such as the Slow Food Cycle.
It’s not just sporting events though, Pemberton hosts tons of cultural events, farmer’s markets and even has its own music festival. The Pemberton Valley Music Festival see some of the world’s biggest musicians take to the stage below the impressive backdrop of Mount Currie.
Find out what events are happening this month in Pemberton:
7-8 Raven Backcountry Festival Pemberton
Location: Big Sky Golf & Pemberton Backcountry
Raven Backcountry Festival is a two-day event focused on advancing your skills in backcountry skiing, split boarding and snowmobiling in the Sea to Sky region. The event will give you a basic understanding of the safety, equipment and techniques you will need to succeed in the backcountry. There are clinics for every level of backcountry enthusiasts include introduction clinics, intermediate tuning and advanced techniques.
Choose from dozens of backcountry clinics including an introduction to backcountry skiing and splitboarding, heli-skiing assisted touring, snowmobile skills and more.
For more information, please visit: Pemberton Valley Lodge
8 Dine and Dance in the Dark
Time: 6 PM
Location: Pemberton Legion
Join the Pemberton Legion for its 4th Annual Dance and Dine in the Dark - tickets are $50
For more information, please visit: Pemberton Winter Fest
9 The Backcountry Jamboree
Time: 5 PM
Location: 3085 Lois Road
Venture in association with Radical Roots Farm Featuring MC Miztress Saturn One of Ireland’s top DJs and MCs, mistress of ceremonies with more ass than sass and will keep you entertained all night long with her dark bite and Irish charms. With local performers in two rooms.
For more information and to purchase your tickets, please visit: Radical Roots
24 Wild Sugar Pro D-Day Camp
Location: Mountain Horse School, 7370 Harrow Road
Time: 9 AM - 4 PM
We will balance our time between warm indoor space and the crisp and sparkling natural world. We'll meet the animals and work with the horses in the morning. Each child will learn how to move among the herd, as well as how to greet, catch, lead, groom and ride a horse through the woods.
In the afternoon, we'll explore the question: how can we get sweetness from the wild? Where does Maple or Birch Syrup come from, and how is it made? We'll learn about the nature of sap, different tree species we can tap, and how to tap a tree. Then we'll try birch sap and syrup, and make maple taffy on snow- yum!
For more information, please visit: Mountain Horse Schoolt
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