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Saying Goodbye to Paul Mackenzie:

On Sunday, September 24th Paul Mackenzie, 78, passed away following a battle with lung cancer. Paul, perhaps best known locally as the beloved Paula the Clown, was a fixture at Squamish Days for over 50 years. Following his retirement from clowning in 1999, Paul Mackenzie took centre stage as Squamish Days Show MC, taking over […]

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Ride your Bike … Bring your Water Bottle!:

Back again for the fifth year, there is a free Bike Valet at the Loggers Sports Grounds, courtesy of Tantalus Bike Shop, on both Saturday and Sunday. Parking can get busy around our venue, so we recommend finding alternative methods of transport to get yourself to the show – bike, walk, take the bus, or carpool. […]

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Are You Coming to Squamish Days 2017?:

  We’ve got a jam packed event schedule for you from Thursday, August 3rd to Monday, August 7th. In fact we’ve got 12 events on the calendar and 9 of them are FREE to attend! To help you plan your ultimate Squamish Days weekend, we’ve added our event information to our facebook page, where you […]

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Join us for the 61st Annual
Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival!

Squamish Days is five days full of fun, excitement, action, and entertainment for the whole family! There is music, children’s activities, a kettle boil, a parade, wacky bed races, chainsaw chair carving, an 8K run, pancake breakfast, two world class Loggers Sports Shows, and so much more.

This event showcases not only Squamish’s rich heritage, but also its strong and vibrant community spirit.

Join us, Thursday, August 2nd to Monday, August 6th, 2018!