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National Novel Writing Month

Join 250,000 people around the world in the world's largest writing challenge. Drop in on two separate Sundays in November as part of NaNoWriMo, an event that encourages kids and adults to write a 50,000-word novel in one month. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen and The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, both #1 New York Times best sellers were NaNoWriMo projects.
= Nov 1 to 30
= Squamish Public Library

 

Community

All Candidates Meeting on seniors' issues

This Forum gives seniors a great chance to directly question the Squamish candidates about matters that concern seniors the most in their own setting. Please confirm attendance by sending a note to  allcandidates@hotmail.com and include your initial questions if you wish.
= Nov 10 from 1 to 3 pm
= Squamish Seniors Centre

 

Arts + Entertainment

A Christmas Carol

Between Shifts Theatre presents this Christmas classic directed by Carla Fuhre. Tickets on sale at the Squamish Adventure Center, Billies Bouquet, Portico Gallery and Brackendale Art Gallery.
= Nov 24 to 27 and Dec 1 to 4
= Brackendale Art Gallery

 

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Community

Social Media For Business

This workshop will demystify social media's most popular tools and give business owners the confidence to drop in and start reaping the benefits of having a strategic online presence in the social realm. For more information, visit www.whistlerchamber.com .
= Until Nov 8 (every Tuesday for four weeks) from 6:30 to 8:30 pm
= Whistler Chamber of Commerce Boardroom

 

Community

The indoor Winter Farmer's Market will begin its fourth season offering local farm fresh products, prepared foods, arts and crafts.
= Sundays until Dec 18 from 11 am to 4 pm
= The Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre

Arts + Entertainment

Foyer Gallery

The Squamish Public Library ongoing art exhibits currently feature Alison Hodson's textile mixed media and Manfred R. Krettek's 'Landscapes Around Us' acrylic on board along with his 'Fish Out of Water' ceramic sculpture
= Until Nov 7
= Squamish Public Library foyer