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Partial recall for the week of June 20 

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Photo by Steve Andrews
HOW LOW CAN YOU GO Things took a wild turn when the limbo pole was brought out at the Grade 7 dance, held at the Hangar in Function Junction on Friday, June 14.
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SEARCH AND RESCUE AND FUN Sandra Riches, executive director of BC AdventureSmart, took to the mic to share a few tips and ideas on trip planning and preparedness at "Gearing Up for Summer," a Whistler Search & Rescue Backcountry Safety Talk and Fundraiser, hosted by WSAR and Gibbons at Longhorn Saloon on Tuesday, June 11. The event aimed to create awareness and being prepared in the backcountry. More than 50 people attended and participated in a great raffle of prizes donated by local businesses.
Photo by Emilio Bologna
BIKE SEASON IS BACK Riders took advantage of last week's sunny weather in the Whistler Mountain Bike Park.
Photo by Alyssa Noel
ART FOR ALL Visitors to the Audain Art Museum's community open house over the weekend, presented by Pique, enjoyed a behind-the-scenes tour of the museum's vault, led by chief curator Curtis Collins. Head to page 64 for more.
Photo by Megan Lalonde
SUNSET 'STANDS One camper shows off his handstand skills during golden hour at Lillooet Lake over the weekend.
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SELF-DEFENSE SKILLS Twelve Whistler teens in Grades 8 to 12 learned all about how to protect themselves during a free self-defense workshop—a collaboration between the Howe Sound Women's Centre's Whistler office and Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu Jitsu studio—in Function Junction, led by instructors Alvaro Arocena and professor Marco Vieira.
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Photo by Steve Andrews
HOW LOW CAN YOU GO Things took a wild turn when the limbo pole was brought out at the Grade 7 dance, held at the Hangar in Function Junction on Friday, June 14.

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