Events Not to Miss This July:
Squamish has a ton of great happenings and events this July, we compiled our top pics of things to do in and around Squamish. For the most comprehensive local event calendar click here, and if you would like to have your event featured, simply send us an email – email@example.com or check out our advertising memberships
Health and Wellness:
Morning yoga in the mountains is a great way to start your day. Catch the early upload at 9:30am and meet us at the summit. Class starts at 9:45am.
Through stillness and surrender we bond deeply with the earth and receive a felt sense of what is like to be held and unconditionally supported.
Eats & Drinks:
Squamish Beer Festival 2018
The Squamish Beer Festival features some of the best brews from more than 55 craft breweries and craft cideries who will showcase their latest releases.
Music & Nightlife:
Not Your Grandmas Bingo
The funnest night of the week. Grab some friends and come down and play a classic game of Norman Rudys Bingo (but not your Grandmas style). Lots of great prizes to be won!
Pernell Reichert – Live at The Watershed Grill
Featuring Pernell Reichert playing finger-pickin’, slide-playin’, foot-stompin’, razor-sharp entertainment.
Blessed Coast – Squamish 2018
Blessed Coast 2018 offers a curated line-up of ground-breaking local and international Artists, DJs and Producers that we can’t wait to announce in the coming months.
Community & Family:
Squamish Farmer’s Market Every Saturday
Stock up on fresh produce, eggs and artisan-made goods while supporting your local farmers at the Squamish Farmer’s Market, every Saturday from 10am-3pm at the corner of Cleveland and Victoria Avenue in Downtown Squamish from April through October.
From kitchen science to fireworks to rockets to microscopes, we’ll give budding scientists fun activities to explore this summer as part of our Spontaneous Science series.
Intro to Stoke
The goal of our Intro to Stoke lesson is to introduce you to the sport of standup paddleboarding on the ocean.
TRY SQUAMISH is an introductory camp aimed to give kids a great sample of what Squamish has to offer: Bike – Climb – Trampoline, a 3 day summer Camp, in partnership with Dialed In Cycling & Ground Up Climbing.
Kite Clash | Canadian National Championships in Freestyle Kiteboarding
Held at the world-renowned Squamish Spit, KiteClash is Canada’s largest kiteboarding competition. With more than 70 athletes, KiteClash attracts some of the biggest names in the sport.