Partial recall for the week of September 26 

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Photo by Wendy McLellan
AUDAIN OPENING Art aficionados flocked to the Audain Art Museum on Friday, Sept. 20 for a special members opening reception in honour of the museum's newest exhibit, Emily Carr: Fresh Seeing—French Modernism and the West Coast. The fall exhibit delves into the three years of Carr's life (1910 to 1912) in which she travelled to France and gleaned important inspiration.
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BLUES BASH Bevin Heath Ansley, Chairperson of the Whistler Public Library Board, and Ken Martin, Rotary Past President, dance along to the Bradley McGillivray Blues Band at Dusty's on Saturday, Sept. 21. The Rotary Club of Whistler's signature fundraiser aimed to raise money for the Whistler Public Library Wonder Lab.
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ZERO CEILING FANS Friends gathered at Quattro on Saturday night, Sept. 21 for a dinner fundraiser in support of Zero Ceiling, where they enjoyed live music courtesy of pop/rock singer-songwriter Barney Bentall, pictured second from right.
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DOWNTON TEA Tracy Beattie, Catherine Power-Chartrand and Lesley Byford were fully immersed in the Downton Abbey theme at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler's Afternoon Tea on Saturday, Sept. 21.
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PIQUE ABROAD Peter Skeels made sure to bring along his copy of S during a visit to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter in Leavesden, England.
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Photo by Wendy McLellan
AUDAIN OPENING Art aficionados flocked to the Audain Art Museum on Friday, Sept. 20 for a special members opening reception in honour of the museum's newest exhibit, Emily Carr: Fresh Seeing—French Modernism and the West Coast. The fall exhibit delves into the three years of Carr's life (1910 to 1912) in which she travelled to France and gleaned important inspiration.