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SPECIAL EVENTS

WHISTLER CHILDREN’S ART FESTIVAL

Twenty years ago Whistler parents concerned about the lack of arts in the valley got together to put on a festival for local children. It’s now Whistler’s longest running festival, with workshops on a variety of arts-related subjects, as well as professional entertainers. May 25-26 at Myrtle Philip school.

WHISTLER TALENT NIGHT

The Rotary Club of Whistler hosts its first Talent Night May 25 at Maurice Young Millennium Place. Scott Roberts and Michelle Bush are hosts. Fun starts at 7 p.m.

WHISTLER VALLEY TRAIL RUN

Join in the 6 km and 10 km run, May 26, 9 a.m. All proceeds go to the Whistler/Blackcomb Foundation. Entry forms or inquiries for volunteers call Paul Varcica 604-935-5559.

WET & WILD WHISTLER WETLAND TOURS!

AWARE's Valley Bottom Wetlands and Greenbelt Committee is leading tours of the White Gold Wetlands every Sunday throughout May. Meet Sunday's (May 26) at 10 a.m. in the Boot parking lot. Call Tina 604-938-3473 for more info.

WHISTLER CHILDREN'S CHORUS BOTTLE DRIVE

Bring bottles to Nesters and Function Junction Recycling Depots, May 26, noon-4 p.m. Donations of refundables gratefully accepted on behalf of the Whistler Children's Chorus Unisong Fund.

WHISTLER FISHERIES STEWARDSHIP GROUP

The WFSG will be hosting a one-hour informal training session Tuesday, May 28 on the basics of monitoring spawning fish in local streams. Rainbow trout are beginning their annual migration upstream and volunteers are needed to monitor this activity. 5-6 p.m. at the RMOW Public Works Yard on Nesters Road. The WFSG will be hosting volunteer activity sessions throughout the summer where people can help out and learn about stream restoration, streamside planting, fish monitoring and other stewardship activities. The first volunteer session will be a joint effort with Whistler/Blackcomb HIT, and will be on Tuesday, June 11, 2002. For information call 604-935-8323 or e-mail fish@whistler.ca

WHISTLER DISCOVERY DAY

The Whistler Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with local businesses, host Discovery Day June 1. Activities, entertainment, community displays, music and in-store deals throughout the valley.

MADHATTERS TEA PARTY

The Whistler Garden Group is having a plant swap and Spring Bonnet contest at Gay Cluer's home at 5658 Alta Lake Road, June 2, 2:30-5 p.m. Bring a twoonie for the "growth fund" and sandwiches, cakes or cookies to share.

MEETINGS/WORKSHOPS

OLYMPIC INFOZONE

Murray Day and Whistler RCMP Staff Sgt. Hilton Haider discuss security and the Games at the May 29 Infozone meeting. The meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Whistler Mountain Ski Club Cabin.

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