Partial recall for the week of August 15 

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Photo by Jay French. Courtesy Crankworx
ADAPT YOUR WHEELS Riders hurtle down Whistler Mountain Bike Park trails as part of the first-ever Crankworx Whistler Adaptive Jam Session on Monday, Aug. 12
Photo by Yulia Gladysheva
MOOSE-ICAL THEATRE Stephen Vogler's municipal satire, About the Moose, premiered to a sold-out crowd at the eighth annual Flag Stop Theatre & Arts Festival on Friday, Aug. 9. The side-splitting play tours the Sunshine Coast this weekend, before making its return to Whistler at the Maury Young Arts Centre in November
Photo by Catherine Power-Chartrand
ECOLOGYST OPENING DJ Whitness—a.k.a. Pique designer Whitney Sobool—spins some tunes during the opening celebration of the new Whistler Ecologyst storefront on Thursday, Aug. 8
Photo courtesy Mallory Hewlko
SIT BY ME Around 400 people—and a few dogs—came out for the free, outdoor showing of '80s film Stand By Me on Monday, Aug. 12, as part of the Whistler Film Festival's Summer Cinema Series in Creekside. The next film in the series is Ferris Bueller's Day Off, scheduled for Monday, Aug. 19
Photo by Ken Martin
ROTARY CELEBRATION The Rotary Club of Whistler celebrated the completion of the Don MacLaurin Sign, as part of the Whistler Interpretive Forest Signage Restoration Project in Cheakamus, earlier this summer. Rotary's Peter Ackhurst, Isobel MacLaurin (pictured holding the shovel) and Ken Martin were on hand placing the final signs, along with Arthur De Jong, John Walker and Heather Beresford
Photo courtesy Stacy Robertson
ABOVE THE CLOUDS You can typically count on experiencing a wide range of weather when you head to higher elevations in Whistler this summer, as proven in this shot taken on Blackcomb Mountain
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Photo by Jay French. Courtesy Crankworx
ADAPT YOUR WHEELS Riders hurtle down Whistler Mountain Bike Park trails as part of the first-ever Crankworx Whistler Adaptive Jam Session on Monday, Aug. 12