The northern lights (aurora borealis) at Lost Lake Park in July. The Whistler Astronomy Club welcomes everyone to Rainbow Park on Sat. Sept. 11 and 18 for their September Stargazing Series.
SEPTEMBER STARGAZING SERIES>>
The Whistler Astronomy Club is hosting a star gazing series on Saturdays throughout September. Meet at Rainbow Park at 8 p.m. on Sept. 11, and 18. Intro to naked eye astronomy; binocular stargazing, and telescopic observation of deep sky objects.
PICTURING WHISTLER: LOCAL FACES, LOCAL SPACES>>
On Sat. Sept. 11, the Whistler Museum and Archives unveils a new photography exhibit that examines what it means to be a Whistler local through the eyes of the community. For further information call 604-932-2019 or e-mail email@example.com .
STRUT YOUR STUFF>>
Check out the Whistler community registration and information fair on Sat. Sept. 11 at the Spring Creek Community Centre from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Register for fall or seasonal recreational and leisure activities, talk to leaders and coaches, trade in equipment.
LUNA ULTIMATE FRISBEE>>
Learn to play ultimate frisbee at the next Late & Unique Nighttime Alternatives event on Thurs. Sept. 16. First timers and old pros are welcome to pick up tips from the experts at Outdoor Adventures. Be at the Spruce Grove Park at 7:30 p.m. to learn the rules and join a team. Wear athletic clothing and bring soccer cleats or sneakers. For info call Kiran at 604-902-0769.
FAMILY TREES OF WHISTLER BLACK BEARS>>
After a decade spent researching Whistlers black bears, local bear researcher Michael Allen will share his vast knowledge and experience at a multimedia event on Fri. Sept. 17 at MY Place from 7 to 9 p.m. F eatures include initial results of bear hair DNA analysis and a discussion on patterns of inter-relatedness between black bear families in the Whistler valley. Tickets are $9 for adults, $5 for children. Call 604-935-8418 for tickets.