Special Events 

What: MOIST, THE POOL PARTY LUNA presents a pool party and it ain't your average one. DJ's JimiRay and Canosis will be spinning tracks, and there will also be snacks, fire, massage, yoga, floaty pool toys, hot tub, fluffy bathrobes and much more. Cost is $5 at the door. This year is Bollywood-themed, open to all over 18.

When: Friday November 20, 9 p.m. - midnight

Where: Meadow Park Sports Centre

 

What: M.A.D.E. The Pemberton Arts Council presents its second annual "M.A.D.E." event - specifically Music, Art, Dance and Expression, the only event that has yet utilized the new Pemberton Community Centre to its full potential, according to a news release. Exhibits and music throughout the evening.

When: Saturday November 21, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m.

Where: New Pemberton Community Centre

 

What: BICYCLE DIARIES BY DAVID BYRNE Whistler Reads presents a study of "Bicycle Diaries" by Talking Heads singer David Byrne. It talks about his journey with a fold-up bike through cities like London, Sydney, Manila, Berlin, San Francisco and Detroit. He kept a diary all the way along.

When: Wednesday November 25, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Where: FireRock Lounge at the Westin

 

What: LULULEMON YOGA SESSION Lululemon in Whistler Village presents an "invigorating, dynamic" yoga class followed by a social soiree with local produce and local health and wellness authorities. Meet your local health community! Entry is by donation to the Whistler Food Bank.

When: Thursday November 26, 7 p.m.

Where: Whistler Store, Mountain Square

 

What: WHISTLER SECONDARY GRAD CLASS FUNDRAISER The class of 2010 needs your money! Enjoy a fun night with family events, bingo, prizes, food, refreshments and fun for everybody! Proceeds go to funding events for the Whistler Secondary grad class of 2010.

When: Friday November 27, 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Where: Whistler Secondary School

 

What: DAL RICHARDS BOOK SIGNING Legendary Vancouver bandleader Dal Richards will be signing copies of his autobiography "One More Time!: The Dal Richards Story." The book details his fascinating life story from his start as a clarinet player in the Kitsilano Boys Band to leading an orchestra.

When: Saturday November 28, 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Where: Armchair Books

 

What: THE CASE OF THE WOMEN'S SKI JUMP TEAM The Whistler Forum for Leadership and Dialogue presents a discussion with Margot Young, a professor of law at UBC, and Ross Clark, lawyer for the ski jumpers. The case has reached a decision but questions remain about gender equity in sports. $10 admission.

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