What: Danny Joe will cycle to Mount Currie to fundraise for a new hand cycle to replace his old one. Danny's hand cycle is his main transportation, so keep an eye out for his support crew, who will be taking donations on his journey back to Mount Currie.
When: Saturday, September 17, starting at 9:30 a.m.
Where: Starting at the Wedgewood turn-off (halfway between Whistler and Pemberton) and finishing at Ullus (the Mount Currie Band office)
What: Common digestive Disorders - Dr. Heather Johnston will discuss common digestive disorders at the next free community health presentation. Hear about what they are, why they occur and what you can do to treat and prevent them. For more information call the Village Centre Chiropractic and Massage at 604-932-2111
When: Thursday, September 15 at 6 p.m.
Where: Whistler Public Library
What: Wine'd Up - Tickets are on sale for Whistler Search and Rescue Society's (WSAR) twelfth annual winemaker's gourmet dinner and auction. Guests at this popular event will enjoy an evening of outstanding food and wine while supporting the critically important work of Whistler's search and rescue volunteers. Chefs from Whistler's top end restaurants will prepare each of the five courses served. Live and silent auctions will take place throughout the evening. Tickets are $160 plus HST and are sold through Whistler Blackcomb - 1-800-766-0449.
When: Saturday, October 15 at 6 p.m.
Where: Dusty's Bar & Grill
What: Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup - Help keep Canada's waters clean and healthy for the wildlife and communities that depend on them. This conservation initiative of the Vancouver Aquarium and WWF saw over 98,000 kg of litter removed from shorelines in 2010. If left on shorelines, this litter would have had a serious impact on the health of oceans, lakes and rivers. For various locations of local cleanups in Sea to Sky, go to http://shorelinecleanup.ca . Registration open now.
When: September 17 - 25
Where: Various locations in the Sea to Sky
What: Zero Ceiling Spin Garden Fun-Raiser - a garden of spin bikes will be set up for riders to join in for one, two or up to six hours of spinning. The goal is to raise at least $5,000 to help support Zero Ceiling's Work-to-Live and Day Visit Programs for at-risk and homeless youth from the Sea-to-Sky Corridor and Vancouver. Pledges start at $20 for an individual to spin for one hour or a team of up to six can ride for the entire six hours for a minimum pledge of $150 (based on one rider per hour). Spin Garden riders can enjoy unlimited yoga and spectators are welcome to participate in the yoga classes by donation. Dancing is free. To register go to www.raceonline.ca . To make a donation go to www.zeroceiling.org.
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