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FOR THE DISABLED provides access to information for people with disabilities on
accessible accommodations, restaurants, nightlife, recreation and tour
adventures. For more info, visit
FISHERIES STEWARDSHIP GROUP The WFSG exists to restore Whistler’s waterways
through education, projects, advocacy and community partnerships. There are
volunteer opportunities throughout the summer for water quality sampling, fish
monitoring, educational programs and habitat restoration. Call 604-935-8374, or
email Heather Beresford at
HOUSING AUTHORITY Provides long-term rental and ownership housing for Whistler
residents. All eligible residents can register with the WHA to purchase or rent
a resident restricted property. The WHA also provides free rental listings for
landlords and a free Accommodation Seeker profile page matching landlords with
potential tenants. For details visit
LIONS CLUB The club meets on the first Tuesday or each month. Ladies welcome.
Call Ed 604-938-9848.
MUSEUM AND ARCHIVES The Whistler Museum is the place to DISCOVER Whistler’s
human and natural history, Olympic story and unique mountain life. The Museum
offers a variety of programs, events and exhibits for all ages. There is
something for everyone. Visit the museum on Main Street, next to the library.
Operating hours at Thursdays 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Friday to Sunday 10 a.m.
– 4 p.m. For more info call 604-932-019 or visit
PUBLIC LIBRARY Open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. on Sunday. Closed on statutory holidays. Located at 4329 Main Street in
Village North. Both Drop-in Storytimes for toddlers and preschool children will
resume once the new building is complete. For more info call 604-932-5564.
SCOUTS The Whistler Scouts offer four programs for boys and girls: Beavers
(ages 5- 7), Cubs (ages 8 – 9), Scouts (ages 11 – 13), and
Venturers (ages 14 – 17). Meetings take place Monday evenings at Myrtle
Philip. For more info, contact Jim at 604 932 60941 or visit