YWIM is a volunteer-run organization that organizes concerts, workshops and fundraising events, and provides networking opportunities for women and gender diverse musicians in and around the Whitehorse area.


YWIM is located on the traditional territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council. We offer respect and gratitude to the original and on-going caretakers of this land who have been making music, sharing stories, and building community here for thousands of years.

Current YWIM Projects

Cook Shack Sessions

next cookshack: August 17th at Moose creek campground

Join us for a weekend of camping and music! Cook shacks include a performance, a workshop, and a jam. 

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Workshop by Kim Beggs at 11am

Performer lineup includes: Kim Beggs, Emma Lavoie, Kim Melton, and Christina Mae! Performance starts at 7pm

Jam Led by Kim Melton at 9pm

Seniors Jamming & Singalong Sessions

At the thompson centre june 13 & 27, July 4 & 11

Music Unites Seniors to Seniors is a New Horizons funded program designed to address isolation in the senior population. YWIM will Seniors Jamming and Singalong Sessions to Thompson Centre, the Legion, Elderactive and Queer Yukon. The project starts this June and will run until mid-autumn.

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Jamfest 2024

September 13-15

Join us for a weekend of learning to jam with other musicians! More details coming soon.

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