VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Canadian Cancer Society is looking for someone to lead
our team of volunteers in Whistler and Pemberton. For info, please call
HOCKEY 101 All skill levels are welcome to come out to this hockey session,
hosted by local non-profit group LUNA. Bring your ski and snowboard gear,
gloves and helmets, and prepare to battle on the ice. Participation is $3 for
members, $7 for everyone else. For more info, visit www.lunawhistler.com.
Friday April 11, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Meadow Park Sports Centre
AND SNOWBOARD FESTIVAL The annual Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival
(TWSSF) comes to Whistler this year with 50 live concerts, ski and snowboard
competitions, art events and night time entertainment over a ten day period.
For more info, visit www.whistler.mtv.ca.
Friday April 11 to Sunday April 20
LIBRATION This celebration of Whistler’s new public library brings a slew of
events over the week – including readings by Vancouver authors, a forum on the
freedom of expression and a gala martini party. For more info, visit
Friday April 11 to Thursday April 17
Whistler Public Library
WHISTLER PIONEERS REUNION The people who were part of Whistler between 1960 and
1979 are invited to reminisce, view videos and review memorabilia with old
friends like Jim McConkey, Garry Watson, Murray Campbell and members of the
Wilhelmsen, Woodward, Beardmore, Hoffmeister and Ladner families.
April 12, 4-7 p.m.
Legends conference room, Creekside.
KEITH’S HUT FUNDRAISER Support the hut, enjoy beer and music and buy raffle
Friday, April 18, 8 p.m.
Cinnamon Bear Bar and Grille
PARADE Whistler’s animal shelter WAG is inviting all members of the community
to help them raise money by gathering pledges and walking in this annual Dog
Parade. Event includes contests and prizes. For more information, please
contact 604-935-8364 or
Saturday April 19, 2:15 p.m.
Town Plaza Centre, Whistler Village
CLOSING DAY – WHISTLER Whistler Mountain closes today, but Blackcomb Mountain
will remain open for spring skiing until June 8. Whistler will re-open this
summer for the Bike Park and sightseeing.
Sunday April 20
DODGEBALL GRAND FINALE After months of hosting Drop in Dodgeball Sessions, LUNA
is wrapping up the winter season with a Dodgeball Grand Finale. The winning
team will walk away with a $500 cash prize. Wear sports clothes and non-marking
sneakers. No experience necessary, equipment provided. Must be at least
18-years-old to participate. Visit www.lunawhistler.com for info on cost and
Tuesday April 22
Whistler Secondary School