Partial recall for the week of June 13 

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Photo by Louise Reardon
FLYING HIGH Emma Wilson, an aerialist from Treeline Aerial, performs high above the Village Stroll in Mountain Square as Whistler street entertainment for the Whistler Arts Council earlier this month.
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SWEET CENTENNIAL Longtime Whistlerite Howard Goldsmid celebrated his 100th birthday with friends and family over the weekend. Howard and his late wife, Lil, first bought a condo in Whistler's Alpine Village in 1966 and built their home in Alta Vista in 1970, before relocating to the resort full-time in the mid 1980's.
Photo by Joern Rohde. courtesy of the festival
MULTICULTURAL FEST Attendees enjoyed food, performances and crafts, all while learning about traditions from cultures around the globe, at the Whistler Public Library on Friday, June 7, as part of Whistler's seventh annual Multicultural Festival.
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FIRESMART STUDENTS The students at Blackwater Creek Elementary School in Devine hosted a community wildfire preparedness event sponsored by FireSmart Canada. The school wanted to thank Cloudraker Tree Service and the Birken Fire Dept for helping make this event a success.
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WALDORF GALA The Whistler Waldorf School is grateful for all of the guests, supporters, volunteers and friends who contributed to the success of the school's 12th annual fundraising gala earlier this month.
Photo by Clare Ogilvie
RETIREMENT PARTY Friends, students, and colleagues gather to celebrate Myrtle Philip Community School (MPCS) teacher Susie Howe (fourth from left, front row) on her retirement. She taught at MPSC for 30 years, and accumulated 39 years as an elementary teacher in School District 48.
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GET INKED Dave "Pepe" Petko provides temporary tattoos at the Whistler INKorporated art party on May 31. The exhibit, which celebrates the art of local tattoo legends, will be on at the Maury Young Arts Centre until July 8.
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Photo by Louise Reardon
FLYING HIGH Emma Wilson, an aerialist from Treeline Aerial, performs high above the Village Stroll in Mountain Square as Whistler street entertainment for the Whistler Arts Council earlier this month.