The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is an exquisite events venue in Whistler, hosting SLCC cultural workshops and community events, and is also available to host private events, meetings, conferences, and weddings.

Stewards of the Land Exhibition

Ta na wa Yúus ta Stitúyntsam̓ / skel7áw̓lh

Open Tuesday April 30 – June 30, 2024

The Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Úxwumixw and Líl̓wat7úl have been caring for their territory since the beginning of their creation stories.  This exhibition shares some of the work done to help restore the balance and harmony in the Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) territory and the Líl̓wat7úl (Lil’wat Nation) territory with our neighbours and partners.

Craft Workshops

Join Ambassadors for a variety of craft workshops this spring!

Medicine Bag Craft Workshop SLCC


Use buckskin, beads and hide lacing to craft a handmade medicine bag!

Saturday, May 18, 10 am

Register here

Dreamcatcher Craft Workshop SLCC


June dates coming soon!

Weave a vibrant dreamcatcher with feathers, beads, sinew, and a suede-wrapped hoop.

Drum Workshop


June dates coming soon!

Make a beautiful traditional Salish hand drum using deer hide and a cedar frame.

Xwalacktun Carving

New House Post carved by Xwalacktun 

Admire the new carved house post now standing at the entrance to the SLCC Istken Hall on Lorimer Road. Carved by Master Carver Xwalacktun and Apprentice Brandon Hall, the house post honours the Hereditary Chiefs who came together to form the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) in 1923.

To learn more visit  slcc.ca/carving/

Go Whistler Tours App featuring the Art and Storytelling of the Skwxwu7mesh and Lil'wat7ul.

SLCC Storytelling Featured in Go Whistler Tours App
The SLCC is proud to share authentic art and storytelling through the Go Whistler Tours App – created by Tourism Whistler and the Resort Municipality of Whistler. Thoughtfully curated by SLCC Curator Mixalhítsa7 Alison Pascal, the Art & Storytelling of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh and Líl̓wat7úl – walking tour weaves its way through the Village to nine locations that are culturally significant to the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation starting at and returning to the SLCC.

To learn more visit slcc.ca/slcc-go-whistler-app/


Knowledgeable Cultural Ambassadors share their cultural teachings with guests during guided tours; visit our Group Tours page for more information.

Host at the Thunderbird Cafe

Thunderbird Café

Discover our unique style of modern First Nation’s cuisine such as bannock, salmon and venison. Visit the Thunderbird Café.

Gallery & Gift Shop

Discover our unique selection of First Nations merchandise ranging from handcrafted works of art, to home accents, clothing and accessories, jewellery, pottery, baskets, books and souvenir merchandise. Visit the Gallery & Gift Shop.

Weddings and Events

Weddings at the SLCC are some of the most spectacular; learn more about our venue as your wedding location by visiting slcc.ca/weddings.