Special Events 

This Week

Thursday Nov 10

Food + Drink
Cornucopia
Events are planned all weekend. For more information check whistlercornucopia.com.
= Thursday - Sunday
= various locations

 

Food + Drink
Whistler Chef's Challenge
45 minutes, three dishes, one secret ingredient...
This free Cornucopia event features chef's competing to be named Whistler's Iron Chef. Live commentary!
= 11 am - 3 pm
= Whistler Conference Centre Grand Foyer

 

Community
Quest Lecture Sereis
Quest University physics professor Rob Knop will talk about how we know dark matter exists. Free and no registration required.
= 7 - 9 pm
= Whistler Public Library

 

Squamish+Pemberton

Community

All Candidates Meeting on seniors' issues
This Forum gives seniors a great chance to directly question the Squamish candidates about matters that concern seniors. Please confirm attendance by sending a note to  allcandidates@hotmail.com and include a question if you wish.
= 1 pm
= Squamish Seniors Centre

 

Friday Nov 11

Community
Remembrance Day Ceremony
Veteran's parade, salute, poetry readings, helicopter fly-past, two minutes of silence, Act of Remembrance, wreath presentations and performances by the Whistler Children's Chorus. A reception will be held in the Fire Hall after the service.
= 10:30 am
= Whistler Cenotaph, Fire Hall #1

 

Squamish+Pemberton

Community
Remembrance Day Observation
Parade, moment of silence and a luncheon will follow the formal events.
= 10:30 am
= Pemberton Legion

 

Community
Remembrance Day Service
The event will include a parade led by the Legion Colour Party, music from the Black Tusk Caledonia Pipe Band and the Sea to Sky Singers and the Youth Choir, speeches and a moment of silence.
= 10:30 am
= Brennan Park Recreati0n Centre

 

Saturday Nov 12

Food + Drink
Artisan Slow Food Market
Shop for jewelry, candles and other hand-made products along with produce grown close by and check out the winery booths.
= 11 am - 4 pm
= Westin Whistler Resort & Spa

 

Squamish+Pemberton

Community
Hugh Aikens - Mountain Photographer
The Squamish Historical Society is hosting Don Grant, Archivist of the Hollyburn Heritage Society, presenting his film on Hugh Aikens. Admission is by donation.
= 8 pm
= Brackendale Art Gallery

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