Icebreaker – Friday March 2, 6-9 pm
An icebreaker reception will be held at the High Country Inn on Friday, March 2. Light snacks will be provided and a cash bar will be available. Poster boards will be available for setup.
Dinner – Saturday March 3
Following the first day of the workshop, we will gather at Antoinette’s restaurant for a social evening and tapas dinner. The dinner is included in the registration, and a cash bar will be available. Please let us know about any dietary restrictions at the time of registration.
4121 Fourth Avenue
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 1H7
Enjoy Whitehorse in the spring
March is the best time of the year to enjoy many activities around Whitehorse! If you are able to spend a few days here before or after the workshop, here are some activities we can recommend:
The Whitehorse Nordic Center offers 85 kilometres of groomed trails for classic and skate skiing and snowshoeing. An additional 20 kilometres of un-groomed single track are available for snowshoeing, ski touring and Fat Bike riding. Cross-country skis, snowshoes and fat bikes are available for rental at the Ski Base.
Join Mo for a post-workshop ski on Monday March 5.
Takhini hot springs
The Takhini hot pools are located about 25 min drive from downtown Whitehorse. The perfect way to relax after a day of workshop discussions and debates. Not to be missed if you are a geologist!
Whitehorse is home to two amazing local breweries.
Yukon Brewing offers tours and has a store located downtown Whitehorse. Their beers are also widely available in most of Yukon pubs and restaurants.
Winterlong Brewing Co. has a tasting room located on the Mount Sima road, just 10 min drive south of town. Their beers are also available in a number of downtown venues. Not to be missed if you love IPAs!