Partial recall for the week of January 30 

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Photo by Oisin McHugh
ROBBIE BURNS DAY Prepping for piping in the haggis on Robbie Burns Day, as per Scottish tradition, at Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub on Saturday, Jan. 25.
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LUNAR NEW YEAR Attendees celebrate the Lunar New Year at the Whistler Public Library on Saturday, Jan. 25. Hosted by Whistler Chinese and Korean locals, the celebrations aimed to help these locals pass on their New Years' horoscope, dance, wushu and yutnori traditions to their neighbours.
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SCOTIABANK SUPPORT The Whistler Winterhawks show their appreciation to the Whistler and Pemberton Scotiabank branches, as well as Scotia Hockey, for their continued support of the Whistler Minor Hockey Association, including this recent donation.
Photo by Anna Arcuri
CAT NAP A bobcat was spotted lounging in the sun on a Whistler homeowner's railing last week. As always, be sure to give our local wildlife lots of space if you encounter them out and about.
Photo by Mountain Skills Academy guide Eric Dumerac
MAKE GOOD DECISIONS Participants increase their knowledge about snow safety during an AST Level 2 course held on Blackcomb Mountain over the weekend, Jan. 25 and 26.
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Photo by Oisin McHugh
ROBBIE BURNS DAY Prepping for piping in the haggis on Robbie Burns Day, as per Scottish tradition, at Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub on Saturday, Jan. 25.