SEA TO SKY FILM FESTIVAL . The sixth annual festival rolls Sept. 21 at the Eagle Eye Theatre at Howe Sound secondary in Squamish. Tickets available from Mostly Books, Highlands Video and Howe Sound Inn.
BOB PARSONS MEMORIAL SKIERS GOLF TOURNAMENT . Texas Scramble format at Big Sky Golf and Country Club on Sept. 22. Tee time is 1:15 p.m., followed by dinner at Big Sky Clubhouse. Proceeds go to support junior ski racing in B.C. Call Chris at 604-932-3784 or Jim at 604-298-1420 to register.
CHEAKAMUS CHALLENGE 2001: A BIKE ODYSSEY . The 19 th annual Brackendale-Whistler mountain bike race goes Sept. 22. Free kids cycling clinics with some of the best riders in the world are Sept. 23 at the Mountain Bike Zone on Whistler Mountain.
PEMBERTON FALL FAIR . North Arm Farm, at 1888 Highway 99 in Pemberton, is host to a traditional fall fair with music, pie eating contests, wagon rides, a craft market, sack races and more Saturday, Sept. 22, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. A lamb barbecue will be part of the fair and there will be contests for biggest pumpkin, best jam and other food competitions.
PEMBERTON FATHER-DAUGHTER DANCE . No age restrictions; all fathers and their daughters are welcome. Dance is Sept. 22, 6 p.m. at Signal Hill elementary school. Presented by Signal Hill Parents Advisory Council, tickets are $20 per father-daughter couple, available from Paper Works and Mystery Closet.
FASHION SHOW FUND-RAISER FOR RED CROSS . Durlacher Hof, in partnership with Optionelle Clothing of Canada, will host a fashion show fund-raiser for the Canadian Red Cross Sunday, Sept. 23, 11 a.m. at 7055 Nesters Road. Proceeds from clothing sales will assist the Red Cross in their efforts to help victims and families in the United States.
WHISTLER FISHTIVAL. The municipality, B.C. Forest Service, Whistler Fisheries Stewardship Group, Rotary Club and Angling Club of Whistler are combining B.C. Rivers Day with Arbor Day on Sept. 29 and 30. From 9 a.m. to noon on Sept. 29 volunteers are invited to gather at River of Golden Dreams and Lorimer Road to help the trees and fish. On Sept. 30 at the Whistler Outdoor Experience Company at Edgewater there will be a canoe scavenger hunt, barbecue and open house introducing the river of Golden Dreams Watershed Management Plan, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
FIRESIDE SING-A-LONG AND MARSHMALLOW ROAST. Whistler Singers is looking for new members. Audition us and eat our marshmallows, then think about joining the Whistler Singers Community Choir. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Tyrol Lodge, 5302 Alta Lake Road (look for the balloons.