July 04, 2019 Slideshows

Partial recall for the week of July 2 

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Photo by Mitch Winton / Courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb
GETTING LIT Whistler was lit up with fireworks on July 1 to mark Canada Day.
Photo by Anna Dzickaniece / coastphoto.com
PEDAL POWER The Pique team gearing up for the annual Pedal Parade, where Whistler's littlest cyclists can come get their bikes decorated before marching, err, wheeling in the Canada Day Parade on July 1.
Photo by Paulo Lopes
BIRDS OF A FEATHER Whistler's Paintertainment once again wowed the crowds this Canada Day with their intricate costumes. They suited up Audain Art Museum chief curator Dr. Curtis Collins (Tree) and communications manager Justine Nichol (Eagle).
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SENDING OFF IN STYLE The Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium raises a glass to Shannon Kirkwood at her last meeting as club president. Brian Brown officially took over the role on July 1.
Photo courtesy of the RMOW
CHANGING THE TENOR Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton poses with platinum-selling vocal group, The Tenors, who played Whistler Olympic Plaza as part of the Canada Day celebrations on July 1.
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Photo by Mitch Winton / Courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb
GETTING LIT Whistler was lit up with fireworks on July 1 to mark Canada Day.

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