What: YARD CLEANUP Strong
teenage boys and girls are looking to earn money for their July trip to
Whistler’s sister city in Japan. Looking to do odd jobs, yard work, raking
leaves – you name it! By donation. For information call the Whistler Youth
Centre at 604-935-8187.
What: ONE COMMUNITY – MANY
STORIES Dr. Paul burns of Quest University and members of the Inter-faith
community welcome the public to this forum that celebrates religious
differences in a time of fear. Contact Daniel Bogert-O’Brien for more
information at 604-892-5727.
When: Thursday June 14, 7
Where: Squamish United Church
What: NAUGHTY BITS A
collection of the funniest (and naughtiest) of Monty Python’s Flying Circus
skits. Content not suitable for those under the age of 18. Tickets $12/$10 at
When: Friday June 15 –
Saturday June 16, 8 p.m.
Where: MY Millennium Place
What: WHISTLER CANCER
AWARENESS AND PREVENTION WALK Participants walk five and 25 kilometres of the
Whistler Valley. Proceeds raised to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society.
Register online at
Tammy for more information at
When: Saturday June 16, 9
What: PLANT SALE Lots of
plants, bulbs, bagged soiled amendment for sale. Hosted by the Friends for the
Whistler Public Library and the Whistler Garden Club.
When: Saturday June 16, 9
a.m. – 1 p.m.
Where: Marketplace parking
What: TEST OF METAL 800
riders tackle the 67 kilometre cross-country mountain bike course. Be at the
finish line to watch the riders come in!
When: Saturday June 16
Where: Loggers Sports
What: FARMER’S MARKET Cooking
lessons, fresh locally grown produce, crafts, jewellery and much more! The
Whistler Farmers Market hits the pedestrian streets by the Fairmont Chateau
Whistler every Sunday until October.
When: Sunday June 17, 11 a.m.
- 4 p.m.
Where: Upper Village
What: FATHER’S DAY ART SHOW
Artists and artisans from the North Shore to Squamish Valley bring paintings,
ceramics, driftwood furniture and more. Raffle fundraiser to win free golf in
support of the Howe Sound Women’s Centre.
When: Sunday June 17, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Where: Furry Creek Golf and
What: LUNA DUAL SLALOM Two
riders compete down nearly identical, parallel, one-minute courses at the same
time. Prizes for the best 80s and 90s outfits. Beginners welcome. Register at
the Whistler Employment Resource Centre, Phat Wednesday Downhill or WORCA
Loonie rides. $7/$5.
When: Friday June 22, 7 – 9
Where: Singing Pass
trailhead, Whistler mountain
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