Special events 

What: SQUAMISH SLOWRIDE Cyclists are planning to bike along Highway 99 to Garibaldi Way as part of a campaign to drawn attention to biking in Squamish. Participants need to bring their own bike and helmet. For more info, contact squamishslowride@hotmail.com.

When: Friday April 18, 5:45 p.m.

Where: Squamish General Hospital

 

What: WORLD SKI AND SNOWBOARD FESTIVAL The annual Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival (TWSSF) comes to Whistler this year with 50 live concerts, ski and snowboard competitions, art events and night time entertainment over a ten day period. For more info, visit www.whistler.mtv.ca.

When: Friday April 11 to Sunday April 20

Where: Various locations

 

What: DOG PARADE Whistler’s animal shelter WAG is inviting all members of the community to help them raise money by gathering pledges and walking in this annual Dog Parade. Event includes contests and prizes. For more information, please contact 604-935-8364 or ccoffey@thewagway.com .

When: Saturday April 19, 2:15 p.m.

Where: Town Plaza Centre, Whistler Village

 

What: PASSOVER SEDER DINNER The Sinai Centre presents this seder dinner, complete with kosher food, four cups of wine and hagada songs. An educational seder will take place at 6 p.m. for families with young children, followed by a traditional dinner at 8:45 p.m.   Suggested donations are $18 for children, $52 for adults and $126 for families. For more info, contact the sinaicentre@gmail.com.

When: Sunday April 20, 6 p.m. and 8:45 p.m.

Where: Delta Whistler Village Suites

 

What: CLOSING DAY – WHISTLER Whistler Mountain closes today, but Blackcomb Mountain will remain open for spring skiing until June 8. Whistler will re-open this summer for the Bike Park and sightseeing.

When: Sunday April 20

Where: Whistler Mountain

 

What: DODGEBALL GRAND FINALE After months of hosting drop in dodgeball Sessions, LUNA is wrapping up the winter season with a Dodgeball Grand Finale. The winning team will walk away with a $500 cash prize. Wear sports clothes and non-marking sneakers. No experience necessary, equipment provided. Must be at least 18-years-old to participate. Visit www.lunawhistler.com for info on cost and pre-registration.

When: Tuesday April 22

Where: Whistler Secondary School

 

What: SCREENING ROOM LUNA screens the film Rebel Music next Friday. The film documents Bob Marley’s life and career, with a particular focus on how his music instigated political change in Jamaica. Entry is $3 for members, $5 for everyone else. Jamaican ginger beer will be available. For more info, visit www.lunawhistler.com.

When: Friday April 25, 6:45 p.m.

Where: Whistler Public Library

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