Top 5 events this week

Multicultural festival, street market, gardening, hiking and more

Squamish multicultural festival

The multicultural festival will showcase the diversity of the town.

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Everyone will get to sample crafts, foods, dances, music, games and more.

It’ll take place on Sept. 15, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at O’Siyam Pavilion Park in downtown.


Squamish Street Market

The final installation of the Squamish Street Market.

Starts at 10 a.m. at Cleveland Avenue in downtown on Sept. 16.

There will be vendors, a kid zone, food trucks, music, a beer garden and more.


Squamish CAN Seed Library

An orientation on how the seed library works.

How to borrow and return seeds, and how to become a member.

Sept. 16 at 10 a.m. at the Squamish Public Library.


Squamish CAN Garden Workshop

This session will cover what winter crops to plant.

How to get some winter foliage ready!

Sept. 16 at 11 a.m. at the Squamish Public Library.


Take a hike!

Squamish has some of the most prolific hiking and walking groups that you can find in any community.

With three clubs dedicated to trekking through the outdoors, you’ll find plenty to do if getting around on two feet is your preferred method of transportation.

- Over the Hill Hikers meet this week on Sept. 18 for a walk on Tricouni Lake. The group will meet at Don Ross at 7 a.m. Details at 604-815-8561.

- The Tantalus Walking Group will meet this week on Sept. 18 at the mall parking lot for a walk at Valleycliffe.

They’ll also be walking on Sept. 20 Judd Slough. Meet at Fisherman’s Park at the end of Judd Road. Both walks will start at 10 a.m. Contact Joyce for details on 604-898-5594.

- The Friday Morning Walking Group will have a stroll at Ross Road on Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. More info at 604-815-0152.


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