Special Events 


The village walkways will come alive from Thurs. July 1 to Sun. July 4 with O Canada, a weekend of street entertainment. Check out the local performers as well as RCMP Corporal Dave Smith with Justice the horse, Moose Jaw the dog and apprentice Winchester. Stay tuned for upcoming street performers throughout the summer in this Tourism Whistler program.


Celebrate the birthday of Guiseppe Garibaldi during the first ever Garibaldi Day in Squamish. On Sat. July 3 at 7:30 p.m. there will be a public presentation at the Squamish Public Library as well as the screening of an Italian short film. On Sun. July 4 at noon there will be a formal re-dedication of the Garibaldi Monument at Watts Point, south of Squamish, followed b a picnic from 1-5 p.m. at Stan Clarke Park. For info contact Jan at 604-898-5643.


This folk-pop artist is taking the stage at MY Place on Wed. July 7 at 8 p.m. Tix: $17-$20. Call 604-935-8410 for info.


The Whistler Arts Council brings Whistler’s first ArtWalk, slated for July 3-31, 2004. ArtWalk is a Whistler village-wide exhibition of Sea-to-Sky corridor visual artists in non-traditional gallery spaces. Concurrent Opening Receptions will be on Fri. July 9 from 6:30-9 p.m. throughout the village giving everyone an opportunity to wander from reception to reception, hobnobbing with artists and performers that live and work in the Sea-to-Sky corridor. The

For more info: info@whistlerartscouncil.com or 604-935-8419.


The main stage in Whistler’s Village Square will be the centre of all the action during Tourism Whistler’s Arts and Music Festival with free daily performances on Fri. July 9 and Sat. July 10. Check out music from Bara-Rumba, a 14-piece Afro-Cuban troupe, Mariachi Del Sol, a Mexican ensemble, Tango Paradiso, a classic Argentinean inspired group and many more.


The Snow Walker, an award-winning vintage slice of Canadiana, will be presented at Lost Lake Park combined with live music and a picnic on Sat. July 10. Tix $8. Kids under 12 free. Call 1-800-944-7853 for tix.


The Pemberton Secondary class of 1994 is having their 10 year high school reunion on Sat. July 10 from 2-6 p.m. at the old high school (now the community centre). Prepare for baseball and a pot-luck.


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