WHISTLER YOUTH STRING ENSEMBLE Young musicians between 13 and 18 years old are
invited to join this newly formed music group for teens who have experience and
would like to play with others their own age. The Whistler Arts Council has
provided a grant which will be used to rent a cello, viola and double bass to
compliment violins. For more info, contact 604-967-1681.
Wednesdays, 4 – 5 p.m.
Alta Lake School
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Canadian Cancer Society is looking for someone to lead
our team of volunteers in Whistler and Pemberton. For more info, please call
Kim Aubert at 1-888-229-8288.
SCREENING Come out to the premier of local film
Community Now: Made in
which features Whistler
kids and their talents. The film is presented by the Whistler Museum as part of
Celebration 2010. Event is free with music by Ali Milner, a student art
exhibition and free refreshments. For more info, call 604-932-2019.
Thursday February 21
CANADIAN AVALANCE FOUNDATION GALA DINNER Guest speaker Andrew Bash will talk
about his famous expedition to Mt. Everest at this fundraising dinner and
silent auction. Tickets are $1500 for a table of 10 or $175 each. For more
info, contact 403-678-1235 or
Friday February 22, 6 p.m.
Roundhouse Lodge, Whistler Mountain
LOPPET Join the Whistler Nordics for their 30
Annual Loppet at
Nicklaus North Clubhouse and the Lost Lake Trails. Participants must register
. For more
information about the Loppet, go to
Sunday February 24, 10 a.m.
Nicklaus North Clubhouse
SCULPTING ON WHISTLER MOUNTAIN As part of Celebration 2010, the Whistler Arts
Council is pleased to announce the return of the Canadian National Snow
Sculpture Team with special guests, Team Alberta.
Wednesday February 27 to Thursday February 28
SLEIGH RIDES OR SNOWSHOE TOURS The Whistler Alcohol and Drug Committee presents
this event as part of their aim to get families to spend time together while
participating in a fun activity. Activities are 50 per cent off. For more info,
Tuesday March 4
Chalet at the Chateau Whistler Golf Course
NUTRITION TALK Dr. Peter Bennett will return to Whistler to lecture on trauma
and repair with nutrition. Tickets cost $5. To register, please go to
Saturday March 8, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.