HOUSE FOR LOTS 1/9 The arts and culture community in Whistler is invited to
come to this open house, see the plan, and provide input. For more info,
contact 604 932 5535 or
Thursday October 18. 5 – 8 p.m.
Telus Whistler Conference Centre
POTTERY NIGHT The Community Life Division of the RMOW is pleased to welcome all
experienced potters to this drop-in program every Tuesday. $9 drop-in fee, clay
is additional. Wheels available for use. For info, call 604 935 8378.
Tuesday October 23, 6:15 – 9:15 p.m.
Whistler Secondary School
WHISTLER: HONOURING OUR HISTORY The Whistler Arts Council is hosting an
intimate reception, dinner, and story telling gathering with some of Whistler’s
treasured locals. $125/person. Funds raised will support the Council’s year
round programs. For more info, call 604 938 9221.
Saturday October 27, 6 p.m.
Four Seasons Hotel and Resort
BRAIN WORKSHOPS This series of workshops will teach people how to keep their
brains as healthy as possible throughout their life time. Workshops are based
on Dr. Stephen Kiraly’s Healthy Brain Program and will run until December. For
more info, contact 604 892 2293.
Monday October 29, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Multipurpose Room, Whistler Health Care Centre
COMMUNITY EVENTS COORDINATION PROGRAM Local organization LUNA is currently
accepting applications for their event-planning program for young adults 18-35.
The 11-month program is free and includes six in-class training sessions with
industry professionals, hands-on event operations and promotion experience, and
the opportunity to produce an event. Space is limited to 16. For more info, contact
Kiran Pal-Pross at 604 935 8372 or
Friday November 2
Volunteer Page at www.lunawhistler.com
COFFEE SHOP OPENING Pemberton’s newest specialty coffee shop is having a grand
opening to celebrate the love for coffee and all things local. Local artists,
live music, finger food, coffee, and wine and beer will be available for the
festivities. All are welcome.
Saturday November 3, 6 – 9 p.m.
Currie Coffee Company