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Friday, May 5, 2023

Nourish Spring Series by Cornucopia - Tickets on Sale Now

   Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova

Whistler, BC – Tourism Whistler and the team that produces Whistler’s revered celebration of food and drink, Cornucopia, is launching a new event, Nourish Spring Series by Cornucopia, to deliver a breadth of culinary and wellness programming every weekend this June.

Nourish Spring Series’ experiences will consist of relaxation, fitness, rejuvenation, nutrition and the pursuit of a balanced lifestyle. Attendees are invited to participate in Farm to Table Dinners, Trips to the Farm, Lakeside Grillin' and Chillin', Wellness Dinners, Sunday Brunches, and various Body and Soul events, each one designed with the intention to deliver different forms of nourishment.

“The events in this new series were specifically curated to provide lots of fun opportunities for attendees to connect with food, the land, and their own bodies. They can expect to be inspired by the talent, delighted by the menus, enlightened by local farmers, and moved mindfully in unique, Whistler locations they may not have known existed. Lots of thoughtful details have been woven into the events, and the team is excited to bring you a taste of Cornucopia with a nourishing, spring twist!” - Bree Eagles, Events Manager at Tourism Whistler.

Similar to Cornucopia in the fall, various Whistler restaurants are hosting distinct multi-course dining experiences comprising of local, sustainable produce and beverage pairings. What makes the Nourish Spring Series stand apart from the fall festival, however, are the open-air venues and body and soul events that guests can discover depending on the nourishing journey they choose:

  • The historic Station House on the shore of Alta Lake will be animated by the Grillin’ and Chillin’, Sunday Brunch, and Paint and Picnic series,
  • A Trip to the Farm with wellness expert Astrid Cameron Kent will lead guests on a rejuvenating journey through four local farms in the Pemberton Valley, and
  • Dance classes will have guests moving and learning in the Meadow at the Audain Art Museum.
  • While some events are free to attend, others are ticketed, and capacity is limited. Purchase your tickets now to lock in your unique opportunity to experience wellness in the mountains.

    Extend your stay for a true wellness getaway: offers the best value, and bookings of 3+ nights between June 1 and 30 earns you a free $100 Wellness Voucher.



    Whistler is Canada’s premier year-round leisure and meeting destination located in the Coast Mountains 120 kilometres (75 miles) north of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Consistently rated the top ski resort in North America, Whistler was the Host Mountain Resort of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The resort offers an extensive range of accommodations totaling 10,000 bedrooms among 24 hotels as well as townhomes, condos, B&Bs and chalets. Whistler also boasts more than 100 restaurants and bars, 200 retail shops, 25 spas and countless activity options from world-renowned skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking and golf, to hiking, rock climbing, and watersports. The Resort Municipality of Whistler is home to a diverse community of more than 10,000 permanent residents.

    Tourism Whistler is the member-based marketing and sales organization representing Whistler, operating the Whistler Conference Centre, Whistler Golf Club, Whistler Visitor Centre, and – Whistler’s official source for visitor information and booking. As the convention and visitors bureau for the Resort Municipality of Whistler, Tourism Whistler represents more than 7,000 members who own, manage and operate properties or businesses on resort lands including hotels, restaurants, activity operators and retail shops.

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    Manager, Travel Media
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