Special events 

What: LUNAFLIKS One of the best ways to spend a Thursday night in Whistler! The final movie this year is Everything’s Gone Green, a screenplay by Canadian Douglas Coupland. Entry is $5/$3. Bring your blankets and leave the booze at home. For more info, call the LUNA hotline at 604 935 8372. When: Thursday August 30, 9 p.m.

Where: Lost Lake

 

What: DINE IN THE ALPINE A longtime local favorite, this special sunset mountain top BBQ is the last of the summer season, featuring mouth watering food, all enjoyed at 6,000 feet on Whistler Mountain. Tickets available at Whistler Blackcomb Guest Relations. When: Saturday September 1

Where: Whistler Mountain

 

What: TIME WELL WASTED FILM PREMIER Sandbox returns with the world premiere of their third major release. Time Well Wasted is a 16 mm snowboard film featuring fantastic footage of wild riding and mountain fun. For more info visit www.sandboxland.com .

When: Saturday September 1

Where: Millennium Place

 

What: FUNDRAISER TO PROTECT BLACKWATER FOREST This event brings people together as “one” to support the assertion of Sovereignty of the St'at'imc Territory and to protect the Blackwater forest pine, mushroom region, and endangered spotted owl habitat. The weekend will include camping, traditional St'at'imc performers, drumming, jamming, live music, DJ's, dancing, and guest speakers.

When:   Friday August 31 – Monday September 3

Where: Blackwater Lake Campground

 

What: SAMURAI OF SINGLETRACK The seventh and final Samurai of Singletrack race is only open to those riders who have completed the previous six Samurais. For more information contact Tony or go to www.worca.com.

When: Friday August 31 – Sunday September 2

Where: Not yet determined

 

What: BICYCLE TREK FOR LIFE AND BREATH The 23 rd annual Bicycle Trek for Life and Break is an exhilarating 200 km, two-day ride through the Fraser Valley to help raise funds for vital lung health research and programs. No need to be a gold medal athlete, just prepare yourself for fun, fresh air, and four hundred new friends. For more info, visit www.bc.lung.ca or contact the BC Lung Association at trek@bclung.ca .

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