What: WHISTLER INTERNATIONAL ALL STAR HOCKEY TOURNAMENT A youth tournament that will bring together hockey players with an intense commitment to their sport. Cost $300 deposit, $1,059.75 final payment
When: Saturday June 21 to Monday July 14
Where: Meadow Park Sports Centre
What: WHISTLER GARDEN SALE Friends of the Library and the Whistler Garden club host the annual sale, with proceeds split between both organizations. Residents are asked to pot plants for the sale and provide any about the plant that they can.
When: Saturday June 21, 10 a.m. – noon
Where: Whistler Marketplace
What: WHISTLER NATURALISTS NATURE WALK A guided tour teaches participants about the natural history of Lost Lake.
When: Wednesday June 25, 7:30 a.m.
Where: meet at Lost Lake ticket booth
What: DIVERSITY: ARTISTIC COLLECTIVE For one night only, LUNA presents an artistic collective that will display the work of over 20 local and Vancouver artists. The show will include works by artists from Germany, Japan, Australia and Iran and styles such as abstract, graffiti, photographic, low brow and expressionist. Cost $8 per person.
When: Friday June 27, 7:00 p.m.
Where: Spruce Grove Field House
What: WHISTLER DRAGON BOAT FESTIVAL First annual festival brings the famous drums, long boats and fierce paddling to Whistler. Cost $20 per person for 200 m races, $50 per person for 200 m, 500 m, and 1000 m races.
When: Saturday June 28 to Sunday June 29
Where: Alta Lake
What: RUNNER’S YOGA WORKSHOP Runnersyoga.com presents a Runner’s Yoga workshop. Will include promotion of the “30-Minute Home Practice program.” Cost $85, including GST, Runner’s Yoga CD, Posture Chart and Training Calendar.
When: Saturday June 28, 1 – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Meadow Park Sports Centre Fitness Room
What: COPS FOR CANCER BIKE RIDE Cops ride from Pemberton to Whistler to raise funds that will go towards pediatric cancer research and programs supporting kids with cancer. Cost $15 per person.
When: Saturday June 28, 10 a.m.
Where: Starts at Signal Hill Elementary School
What: CANADA DAY PARADE This year’s theme is sport, culture and sustainability… Whistler-style. Motorized vehicles are not permitted, as this will be Whistler’s first sustainable parade.
When: Tuesday July 1, noon
Where: Whistler Village Stroll ending at Mountain Square
What: STRAWBERRY TEA The Pemberton Women’s Institute will be hodling their annual event in conjunction with Canada Week Celebrations. Cost $4.50 for a piece of strawberry shortcake and tea or coffee.
When: Thursday July 3, 2 – 4 p.m.
Where: Pemberton Museum
What: FEAST OF FIELDS FESTIVAL The Chateau Whistler has partnered with the FarmFolk/CityFolk Society for the third annual harvest festival, an event that aims to expose Whistler residents to the finest organic foods that the community can offer. Cost is $199 per person, gets each participant a night’s sleep at the Cheateau, as well as a private tour through Whistler’s Farmer’s Market and a brunch buffet at the Wildflower restaurant.
When: Saturday August 8
Where: Rebagliati Park
What: INAUGURAL MR. GAY CANADA COMPETITION Whistler is playing host to the first Canada-wide search for Mr. Gay Canada. The purpose is to identify people who take the responsibility to speak out for equal rights on a global stage.
When: Thursday September 18 – Sunday September 21
Where: Fairmont Chateau Whistler
What: RCMP SEA TO SKY REGIMENTAL BALL RCMP officers from all over Canada gather at this annual event to raise funds for Cops for Cancer. Event will include silent auction, live music, piping, a traditional grand march, and, of course, dancing with officers in red serge.
When: Saturday September 20, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Westin Resort and Spa