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Museum Musings: Whistler’s most unpredictable race

Museum Musings: Whistler’s most unpredictable race

While the race was never known for its regulations, in its first year there were remarkably few
Museum Musings: Summer and races featured at the Whistler Museum

Museum Musings: Summer and races featured at the Whistler Museum

For many, the month of May signals either the end of the ski season or the beginning of the summer season in Whistler, or possibly both.
Museum Musings: Why is that named Horstman?

Museum Musings: Why is that named Horstman?

Harry Horstman's name is all over Whistler, but who was he, exactly? 
MUSEUM MUSINGS: The White Gold Estate that isn’t

MUSEUM MUSINGS: The White Gold Estate that isn’t

By the early 1970s, various developments had begun to appear in the Whistler area spurred on by the growing success of Whistler Mountain.
Museum Musing: Windsurfing in Whistler

Museum Musing: Windsurfing in Whistler

In 1981 there were plenty of ways for those interested to get involved in the sport, from novices to international competitors.
MUSEUM MUSINGS: The End of Brio House

MUSEUM MUSINGS: The End of Brio House

MUSEUM MUSINGS: The Woods at Alta Lake

MUSEUM MUSINGS: The Woods at Alta Lake

Farming, forestry, and fun characterized early days in Whistler... before it was Whistler
MUSEUM MUSINGS: The Inn on the Lake

MUSEUM MUSINGS: The Inn on the Lake

The Christiana hosted fashion shows, dances, public meetings, après ski entertainment, and films, and even offered a free bus service for guests in the ski season
MUSEUM MUSINGS Reporting on Alta Lake

MUSEUM MUSINGS Reporting on Alta Lake

The first source of news published in Alta Lake came from the Alta Lake School in 1939
MUSEUM MUSINGS: Reimagining Hillcrest Lodge

MUSEUM MUSINGS: Reimagining Hillcrest Lodge

Mount Whistler Lodge also became popular among Whistler area residents in the 1970s