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Icon Gone

The Whistler Museum and Archives presents the 5th annual no-holds-barred critical thinking cage match to determine Whistler's greatest icon.
= 7 pm



Arts + Entertainment
National Novel Writing Month

Join 250,000 people around the world in the world's largest writing challenge through November. Drop in on two separate Sundays (again on Nov 13) as part of NaNoWriMo, an event that encourages writers to create a 50,000-word novel in one month.
= 10 am
= Squamish Public Library


SPOIL screening

Squamish CAN and Quest students are offering a public screening of the documentary SPOIL to raise awareness about the Great Bear Rainforest and the Enbridge Pipeline Project. Come early for dinner in the cafeteria followed by the movie. Movie admission is by donation.
= 5 pm | movie screening 6 pm
= Quest University multi-purpose room


Applesauce Making and Canning Workshop

Learn how to make applesauce with donated local apples, how to preserve it in jars, to share the canning amongst the participants, and to provide a portion of that canning to the Food Bank!
= 11 am
= Lillooet Secondary School


Monday Nov 7

Seniors Meeting

Dr. Ken Madden of UBC will give an information session on a study with the aim of recruiting active seniors. Participants will wear an accelerometer during the study. Contact Melissa, SNAP coordinator, at 604-902-0865 or email for more information.
= 2:30 pm
= Whistler Public Library


All Candidates Meeting

The Chamber of Commerce hosted gathering will give Whistler's candidates an opportunity to present their platforms. Attendees will have a chance to ask questions to gain a better understanding of each candidate's objectives.
= 5 pm
= Millennium Place


Games Night

Drop in and enjoy a free evening of fun, games, refreshments and prizes hosted by the Friends of the Whistler Public Library.
= 7 pm
= Whistler Public Library



All Candidates Meeting