Special events 

What: TOONIE TEAS AND TALES Come to the Pemberton Museum to share tea and fun stories with others from the community.

When: Every Tuesday, 2 – 5 p.m.

Where: Pemberton Museum

What: ARTWALK Fifth annual event is a walking tour of Sea to Sky visual art with painting, photography, multi-media, sculpture and more. Opening receptions to take place July 4.

When: Tuesday July 1 – Sunday August 31

Where: Various venues including Westbeach, the Whistler Real Estate Company, Millennium Place and Tantalus Resort Lodge.

What: STRAWBERRY TEA The Pemberton Women’s Institute will be hodling their annual event in conjunction with Canada Week Celebrations. Cost $4.50 for a piece of strawberry shortcake and tea or coffee.

When: Thursday July 3, 2 – 4 p.m.

Where: Pemberton Museum

What: DRIVE-IN MOVIE: THE CASTLE LUNA presents Whistler’s summer drive-in movie. This year’s flick: the hit Australian independent comedy “The Castle.” Rated PG. Entry is $8 per person and $20 per car.

When: Wednesday July 9, 9 p.m.

Where: Blackcomb Base 2

What: WHISTLER CHILDREN’S ART FESTIVAL Art workshops, free activities and stage performances for the 25th annual festival. New thsi year are Juggling Joker Sticks and Solar Power Sailcars.

When: Saturday July 12 – Sunday July 13, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Where: Creekside

What: ISWALH DANCE TROOP Lil’wat dancers share some of their traditional dances with Pemberton.

When: Saturday July 12

Where: Pemberton Museum

What: WAG DOGGY WASH WAG holds a dog wash, bake sale and BBQ fundraiser. WAG washes your dog while you enjoy the food. All proceeds to the WAG animal shelter.

When: Saturday July 19, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Where: Whistler Village Fire Hall

What: PEMBERTON MUSIC FESTIVAL Speaks for itself. Three-day festival includes bands such as Tom Petty, Coldplay and Nine Inch Nails. Three-day event ticket $259.50.

When: Friday July 25 to Sunday, July 27

Where: Foot of Mount Currie

What: FEAST OF FIELDS FESTIVAL The Chateau Whistler has partnered with the FarmFolk/CityFolk Society for the third annual harvest festival, an event that aims to expose Whistler residents to the finest organic foods that the community can offer. Cost is $199 per person, gets each participant a night’s sleep at the Cheateau, as well as a private tour through Whistler’s Farmer’s Market and a brunch buffet at the Wildflower restaurant.

When: Saturday August 8

Where: Rebagliati Park

What: INAUGURAL MR. GAY CANADA COMPETITION Whistler is playing host to the first Canada-wide search for Mr. Gay Canada. The purpose is to identify people who take the responsibility to speak out for equal rights on a global stage.

When: Thursday September 18 – Sunday September 21

Where: Fairmont Chateau Whistler

What: RCMP SEA TO SKY REGIMENTAL BALL RCMP officers from all over Canada gather at this annual event to raise funds for Cops for Cancer. Event will include silent auction, live music, piping, a traditional grand march, and, of course, dancing with officers in red serge.

When: Saturday September 20, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Westin Resort and Spa

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