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Week of April 18, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to dancing and exercise in a school gym; Ski Inn barbecue; skiers in costume on the mountain; ; musicians playing; Squamish Youth Chorale's production of The Day He Wore My Crown
Appears in April 28, 1983 issue:
02-313-40. Pg. 12. Caption: Just try it! This magnificent Bentley was manoeuvered into a convenient parking stall in Village Square Sunday, April 17 and since it was a no parking zone, Payless Towing was called to the rescue. The tow truck driver decided it was best not to touch the classy chassis... but the brazen owner did get a ticket.
Appears in April 21, 1983 issue:
02-313-29. Pg. 2. Caption: Soloists Tami Casey (the woman at the well) and Bruce Smith (Peter) mourn the death of Christ during the Squamish Youth Chorale's successful production of The Day He Wore My Crown staged at Myrtle Philip School Saturday, April 16.
02-313-56. Pg. 10. Caption: Donna Hauschka (left) registers voters for the May 5 election. Debby O'Hanley of Whistler and David and Jimmy Wong of Richmond sign up for their right to vote.
02-313-2. Pg. 12. Caption: You put your right foot in ... Debbie Gurlach (far right) leads her jazz dance class through a routine Tuesday and Thursdayl evenings at 6:30 at Myrtle Philip School. (L-R) Jan Alsop, Jennifer Marien and Kenny Melamed follow the leader.
02-313-15. Pg. 13. Caption: Head flipper Tom McKoy serves' up hot at the top on Whistler Mountain every fine day at the Ski Inn at the junction of the Orange and Black chairs.
02-313-21. Pg. 16. Caption: The Silver Streak cut quite a swath through the crowds on Whistler Mountain Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17. He made himself popular with the after-ski hoards outside the Longhorn by offering cash in exchange for drinking feats. The Longhorn staff say he bought 500 "Kamikazes" (vodka and lime juice shooters) to distribute over the afternoon and evening.
02-313-50. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Sjaan DiLalla, Manager, Crystal Lodge, Alpine Meadows.
02-313-45. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Rich Miller, Owner, Granny's Food Emporium, Alpine Meadows.
02-313-57. Pg. 19. Caption: Inge Nielson, Owner, Inge's Gifts and Crafts, Whistler Cay.

Alta Lake Community Club Minutebook 1951-1983

Minutebook for meetings of the Alta Lake Community Club from 1951-1985. Subjects discussed include holiday parties and dances, the purchasing of a projector, hosting films, Girl Guides and Cubs, memorial benches, the purchasing of a snowplow, logging, moving the Alta Lake School flagpole, fire safety, postal service, roads, Robbie Burns Night, fishing derbies, art lessons, theatre, Myrtle Philip's birthday, the Squamish Youth Choral, Blackcomb Ski Club, Rainbow Mountain ski hill, the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, TV's coming to the Whistler valley, building the Whistler Mountain Ski Club building, the formation of a ski club, the Mountain Rescue Group, Mount Whistler Lodge, Alta Lake Ratepayers Association, building a new school, physical education classes on the mountain, Cypress Lodge, donation to the Garibaldi Olympic Development Association, Highland Lodge, the Logger's Sports Day Parade, seasons passes for children, square-dancing, and badminton.

Prints 40-42

  • WA_2015_024-01-15
  • Bestanddeel
  • [c. 1990?]
  • Part of Wohlgemuth

Photographs of people mingling and dancing at the European Dinner Dance.

Val's notes for each photo:
WA_2015_024_01_15_01: "dancing"
WA_2015_024_01_15_02: "[Ingrid with Stan + Shirley, Langtree?]"
WA_2015_024_01_15_03: "Zinsli Ingrid + Joe"

Week of December 21, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to drinking and dancing at restaurant; skiing; Myrtle Philip School Play; ski races; Blackcomb Mountain; musician; construction; Christmas; Santa and children
Appears in December 23, 1981 issue:
02-231-181. Pg. 2. Caption: A Merry, Merry Christmas to All.
02-231-217. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Gerry Frechette gets a hand from Sylvan Ferguson in erecting the parking meter stand.
02-231-172. Pg. 6. Caption: It's live entertainment compliments of live Keith Bennett every afternoon from apres ski at Club 10.
02-231-179. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Paul Vance, 2 year-old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-186. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Laura Wylie, 6 year-old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-187. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Tory Hansen, 11 year-old, White Gold Estates.
02-231-190. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Brad Rusted, 15 year old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-178 Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Charlie Raine, 11 year-old, Brio.
02-231-39. Pg. 9. Caption: The meaning of Christmas.
02-231-169. Pg. 10. Caption: Owner Dick Gibbons (left) and designer Gilbert Konqui lend a hand getting The Longhorn ready for action. Located in Carleton Lodge in the Village, the 250-seat restaurant is ready to serve you a drink and a quick, hot meal.
02-231-66. Pg. 12. Caption: [top] [Skier]
02-231-87. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] [Skier]
02-231-58. Pg. 13. Caption: [right] It was in the December 17th school play, no clownin' around for these crazy guys as they explained that it makes' furious if you don't take clowns serious.
02-231-38. Pg. 14. Caption: Make-up time for moms and dads and kids before curtain call for the Myrtle Philip School play.
02-231-209. Pg. 15. Caption: Going back in a time machine took us to this scene in Bethlehem in the school play, 2001 Christmas.
02-231-44. Pg. 16. Caption: The whole gang (almost) before curtain call.
02-231-176. Pg. 20. Caption: Secrets between Samantha O'Keefe and Santa.
02-231-160. Pg. 22. Caption: Dr. Hoff gives a caring hand to Simba the Lion-hearted.
02-231-167. Pg. 23. Caption: Hat's off to Peter's Underground. Peter Skoros and crew give a tip of the old hat at the lively opening of Peter's Underground Sunday, December 20. Cordon Rouge, prime rib and a roomful of laughter highlighted the evening. Located under Tapley's, Peter's Underground promises good food at very reasonable prices 21.5 hours a day (open 6 a.m. - 3:30 a.m.) seven days a week.

Week of January 24, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; ski racing podium; snowman; dancing in Whistler Village; volleyball; trophy; Gene Garcia band playing; igloo-building; snow sculptures; tubing race; downhill ski race; dancing; alcohol; game requiring players to wear one snowshoe and one ski while playing hockey with a broom; mascot; Corporate Cup; Impound Yard; Fleischmann Cup; Schlasswicken race
Appears in January 27, 1983 issue:
02-329-163. Pg. 1. Caption: Ah, for the delectable treat of glaced salmon, especially when it's been served up through two hours of hard work by the Envirocon team during Saturday's Corporate Cup. This jaunty fellow was the first-place finisher out of 27 entries in the ice sculpture contest. See story page 7.
02-329-186. Pg. 6. Caption: Ian Ray of Squamish gets to know the big root bear he won for being the youngest in attendance at Whistler Corporate Cup awards ceremony Jan. 22. Ian, age 2, was a little leary of sudden press coverage and not willing to comment.
02-329-61. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Mayor Mark Angus and Laurier Lapierre use their best judgement during the ice sculpture contest, while Umberto Menghi pauses in the background to tally up his results.
02-329-127. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle] Inner tube pullers are put to the test in another fun contest -- Sliding Inflation.
02-329-194. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom left] The winners -- Envirocon -- haul away their well-earned loot at closing ceremonies Saturday evening.
02-329-73. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] (Counterclockwise from below) Rene Gauthier of SunLife and Roy Adams of Molson's obviously enjoy their sponsorship of the Whistler Corporate Cup.
02-329-48. Pg. 9. Caption: Sue Worden of Body Works puts a group of Corporate Cup die-hards through the paces in Village Square Saturday.
02-329-22. Pg. 12. Caption: Teeing up a t-shirt, Jules Belanger and owners Claire and Chuck Kinglet of Brick Shirt House have had a busy first week in Crystal Lodge. The shop, which features made-to-order designs and a fascinating selection of ready-made heat transfers is open 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 9a.m.-9p.m. Friday and Saturday.
02-329-173. Pg. 13. Caption: Crowds of all ages enjoyed the rhythms of the Gene Garcia Band at The Brass Rail during Corporate Cup weekend.
02-329-21. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Alexander Fordham, Grade One Student, Whiski Jack.
02-329-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Bob Daly, School Principal, Alpine Meadows.
02-329-30. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Melanie Causation, Village Employee, Pemberton.
02-329-207. Pg. 17. Caption: Puffing participant reaches for a cold one at Schlasswicken race on Blackcomb Mountain Jan. 23.
02-329-62. Pg. 19. Caption: Loath to leave, one of his sculptors gives E.T. a good-bye kiss before they both go home. The extra-terrestrial visitor made his stope at Whistler during Whistler Corporate Cup snow sculpture competition Jan. 22. This year, unlike las year, the statues lasted the night and are still gracing the practice fairway.
02-329-93. Pg. 22. Caption: The remains of Christmas pile up at local dumps as residents remain ignorant -- or too lazy -- to take them to the proper site. Christmas trees and other large disposable items should be taken to the Cheakamus dum 1/2 km east of Highway 99, across from the Function Junction turn-off.

Week of June 20, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to martial arts; clowns; guitarist singing; children's activities; dancers; band playing; mountain dulcimer; town crier in costume; golf; Tournament of Champions at Whistler Golf Course; dinner; construction of Club Cabins subdivision; barbecue; portraits; unicycle; motorcycles; Whistler Cable Television; art; dancing in Whistler Village; high jump at school; cycling; bikes; jungle gym; hopscotch; baking; golfing; cabin; Children's Art Festival
Appears in June 30, 1983 issue:
02-346-56. Pg. 2. Caption: Three Whistler divas (l-r) Melanie Busdon, Jodi Rustad and Corinne Valleau took part in the Garibaldi School of Dance performance of "The Sleeping Princess" in Squamish and North Vancouver June 17 and 18. All shows, directed by Lynnette Kelley were sold out.
Appears in June 23, 1983 issue:
02-346-153. Pg. 1. Caption: Triumphant over his tee shot, Rod MacLeod fires his final drive in Whistler's Tournament of Champions June 17. The first competition on Whistler Golf Course, which opened three days earlier, drew 140 participants despite foul weather.
02-346-186. Pg. 2. Caption: Take it from a pro -- Paul Dellanzo, club professional for Whistler Golf Course has opened Whistler Golf Shop in the Delta Mountain Inn and will be offering lessons to aspiring Trevinos. Dellanzo came to Whistler from Point Grey Golf & Country Club.
02-346-136. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Work proceeds on the Club Cabins subdivision, as Graehold Construction readies the entrance from Highway 99 for paving. John Johnston, Deputy Lands Minister and Interim President for WLC Developments, reports that the financing agreement between the ministry and the municipality for the site has essentially been completed, and WLC is still willing to purchase the project from the RMOW. "Essentially, we've offered to get the municipality out of a problem," Johnston said. The project is expected to go into cost overruns, the amount of which no on has been able, or willing to determine.
02-346-248. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Whistler's MLA John Reynolds was in town june 16 en route back to Vancouver from a trip to see constituents in D'Arcy. Reynolds said he will be meeting with the Minister of Highways this week to discuss ongoing work on Highway 99 and will ask the department to remove the "drive at your own risk" signs. He also promised to support Whistler Health Planning Society's application to the province for operating funds. Reynolds said he want to be accessible to Whistler constituents and will visit regularly.
02-346-203. Pg. 5. Caption: Thor Froslev (right) of Brackendale Gallery and "To Know A Veil" by Chris Blade on display in Whistler Art Gallery which opened June 18 in the offices of Paul and Race in Whistler Village. Froslev and partner Michael Malcolm feature west coast artists in their changing exhibits.
02-346-231. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Brad Ewart, freelance sports writer, Burnaby, B.C.
02-346-162. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Dave Duddy, Greensman, Whistler Golf Course, White Gold.
02-346-237. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Howard Reed, telephone co. staff, Seattle, Washington.
02-346-105. Pg. 8. Champion of the Tournament of Champions Brian Sandercock (right) accepts trophy for low gross score from organizer Don Willoughby. The match was held in drizzling rain June 17 and drew 140 swingers.
02-346-69. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] Some faces were al little more reluctant than others to get painted.
02-346-252. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] Isobel MacLaurin share her sketching talents with larger artists during one of the many workshops.
02-346-117. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom left] Captain Beckon rings out the good word on the Children's Art Festival
02-346-84. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom right] Margaret Long proudly displays a painting done by Sharlene Freeman, 7, which was presented to her for organizing the festival.
02-346-270. Pg. 13. Caption: Clearing it by a mile Sean Murray (11) heads back to earth leaving the high jump pole standing at 100 cm. It was a dripping wet sports day for students at Myrtle Philip School Wednesday, June 15, but all events went on without a hitch under the eaves and in the school gym instead.

Week of September 8, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to dancing in Whistler Village; playground; children; portraits; classroom; town planning; artist; construction; Fall Festival
Appears in September 8, 1983 issue:
02-357-59. Pg. 1. Caption: Some kids got right back into the swing as Myrtle Philp School re-opened Tuesday, Sept. 6, but Michael Hoffmann seems to be thinking of other things as Yann Omnes looks on. Sandy Pauliuk-Epplett, meanwhile, starts the rest of the Grade 2 and 3 class off on the right foot by explaining first day back-to-school rules and suggesting school supplies. Motorists, take extra caution now as the little ones head back to school.
02-357-73. Pg. 3. Caption: [right] Relief map of proposed Powder Mountain ski area. Number areas are townsites, white lines are ski runs, and dark lines are ski lifts. Photo was taken at the Vancouver office of Powder Mountain Resort Ltd., where the relief map is stored.
02-357-40. Pg. 5. Caption: Caller Ken Crisp led 16 members of the Swinging Singles Square Dance Club in Village Square Saturday and Sunday. Garters were prominently on view as women twirled in their colourful square dancing dresses. The club has more than 300 members and is based in the Burnaby Lake Pavillion.
02-357-87. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Ross Smith, General Manager, Stoney's, White Gold.

European Dinner Dance Documents

  • WA_2015_024-02
  • Reeks
  • 1985-1991
  • Part of Wohlgemuth

Illustrated posters, tickets, thank-you list, and a cash bar price list for the annual European Dinner Dance.

Week of September 13, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Fall Festival; running; trampolining; dancing; houses; Whistler Village; musicians playing; meal at a restaurant; Resort Municipality of Whistler sign; baseball; Myrtle Philip; Pat Carleton; railway track; Willie Whistler; car accident; go-karts; bouncy castle; children's events in Whistler Village; drinking; Fall Fest
Appears in September 30, 1982 issue:
02-304-22. Pg. 18. Caption: Pat Beauregard holds a handful of the mushrooms desirable for export.
Appears in September 23, 1982 issue:
02-304-161. Pg. 2. Caption: [top] Don Murray, newly appointed controller for food and beverage service for Whistler Mountain Ski Corp. Murray was formerly Assistant to the General Manager and has worked for the mountain since 1975.
02-304-19. Pg. 2. Caption: [bottom] Frank Lees, and his partner Sherie Dumont, new managers of food and beverage service at the Bavarian Inn. Before coming to Whistler Lees and Dumont worked for Canadian Cruise Lines.
02-304-24. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Jaan DiLalla -- new manager of Crystal Lodge Town & Country Inn.
Appears in September 16, 1982 issue:
02-304-119. Pg. 1. Caption: [top left] Gumboot Lollipop gets a helping hand
02-304-276. Pg. 1. Caption: [top right] Delta Duck and Willie Whistler tee up
02-304-312. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom right] and Two waiters roll through the waiter/waitress race during Fall Festival fun. More festival news and views page 2 and 7.
02-304-237. Pg. 2. Caption: Tapley's A's player streaks over home plate as a Pemberton Zipperhead fumbles the ball. Tapeless went on to win the game but came in fourth in the tournament.
02-304-172. Pg. 3. Caption: Workment repair warped boards on the Sports & Convention Centre roof to prevent further damage to the structure. According to Ken Browes, director for the Land Company, the repairs cost less than $5000. Browns did not know what further action would be taken to repair the roff, since no settlement has yet been reached as to whether the Land Company's or the architect's insurance will pay for the final repairs.
02-304-34. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Don Gamache, MDC lot owner.
02-304-11. Pg. 7. Caption: [top left] Shasta Trampoline Club members soared.
02-304-110. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle left] Whistler children folk and troupe danced
02-304-346. Pg. 7. Caption: [top right] kids anticipated winter in snowflake drawing contest
02-304-49. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle centre] while Whistlerites proved what goes up must come down.
02-304-50 Pg. 7. Caption: [middle right] Waiters and waitresses raced
02-304-382. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom left] and Terry Boston lauded the lowly duck
02-304-329. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom middle] Waiters and waitresses raced.
02-304-401. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] Edelweiss Dance Group from Victoria chopped. It was all going on at Whistler's second Fall Festival.
02-304-91. Pg. 8. Caption: Whistler Mayor Pat Carleton and Howe Sound MLA Allan Williams take in some of the scenery in Lost Lake Park. They were enrolee to the Sept. 11th official opening of the 500-acre recreational area.
02-304-74. Pg. 10. Caption: All in their places with bright shiny faces Myrtle Philip kindergarten class lines up before the 1st day of school.
02-304-133. Pg. 11. Caption: Dinner for two is delayed while Stuart Chyne learns about the finer points of playing the horn from Gumboot Lollipop at the beer garden in Whistler Village Sunday.
02-304-269. Pg. 12. Caption: Myrtle Philip cuts the opening ribbon held by Health Care Society Chairman Rollie Horsey Sept. 12.
02-304-250. Pg. 13. Caption: One of the vehicles which helped wipe out both signals at the Green River railway crossing -- a 1979 Ferrari which was driven by Brent Freitag of Vancouver.
02-304-024. [Jan DiLalla]
02-304-033. [Don Gamache]
02-304-072. [Left to Right: Paul Burrows and Bob Brown]
02-304-147. [Fourth child from the left is Jillian Carpay]
02-304-164. [Anita Webster and Doug Mear]
02-304-167. [The Cowsills band]
02-304-168. [Tom Barrett dancing with an unknown woman]
02-304-171. [From left to right: [Shelly Corasario?], Grant Balmer, unknown, unknown, unknown, and Katie Rodgers]
02-304-172. [From left to right: Ken White, unknown, Tracy Morben, Ann Chiasson, and unknown]
02-304-199. [Barry Cowsills, of The Cowsills band]
02-304-201. [Paul Burrows and Ed "Fast Eddie" Zinkovic dancing]
02-304-202. [Sonya McCarthy dancing with [?] Bishop]
02-304-205. [From left to right: unknown, Charlie Doyle, Anita Webster, and Glenda Bartosh]
02-304-361. [The man second from the right is Tom Simister]
02-304-362. [Three talking in the centre are: unknown, Franz Carpay, and Liz Brown]
02-304-363. [The man on the left is Sid Young]
02-304-364. [The man on the far left is Roger Suszad, and the man on the far right is Greg [?]]
02-304-366. [From left to right: Sid Young, Charlie Doyle, David Boyle, unknown, and unknown]

Week of November 3, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; dancing at a party; smoking; Halloween at Myrtle Philip School; children in Halloween costumes in Whistler Village; mushrooms; drinking at a Halloween party; Canadian Olympic Soccer Team; jack-o-lantern
Appears in November 3, 1983 issue:
02-349-8. Pg. 1. Caption: Boil, bubble, toil and trouble ... Spookiness enveloped all of Whistler last weekend as Halloween celebrants dipped into the lighter side (and the darker side) of things. We say Martians and clowns, nurses, cats, valley girls and witches, to mention only a few. Students at Myrtle Philip Elementary School dressed up too. Gruesome monster Davey Blaylock tricked and treated with timid lion Jake Humphrey and hideous Swamp Thing Aaron Gross and students paraded before parents in the gym before going off to Halloween parties in their classrooms. For more glimpses into the strange, see page 9.
02-349-127. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Members of the Canadian Olympic Soccer Team gathered in Myrtle Philip playing field Tuesday after training on top of Whistler Mountain Monday. Twenty-one players and coaching staff head to Mexico City Saturday to battle against the Mexican national team which they defeated 1-0 in Victoria. The Canadian team must draw or win against Mexico to advance to the next round in the Olympic qualifying matches. Good luck lads!
02-349-14. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Les Doyle, Unemployed, Brio.
02-349-154. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Cathy Greenwood, Hotel Office Manager, Whistler Cay.
02-349-157. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Samuel P. Umpkin, Sci-fi Novelist, Tapley's Farm.
02-349-84. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Dr. Brian Day, an orthopedic surgeon at the University of British Columbia, says the modern ski bindings are not designed to reduce knee injuries.
02-349-68. Pg. 8. Caption: The first crests and embroidered garments will soon be rolling off a computerized embroidery machine at Function Junction. Owners Jan Holmberg and Ted Nebbeling paid $80,000 for the Japanese-made machine that has twelve sewing heads.
02-349-141. Pg. 9. Caption: [left] It was a Monday full of goblins, ghouls, and costumes as Whistlerites celebrated Halloween around the village. (Upper left) Kids and parents watch fireworks in front of the Tri-Services Building put on by the Volunteer Fire Department. Coffee and a huge log fire kept everyone warm as they oohed and aahed the well-organized fireworks display.
02-349-4. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] (Upper middle) And who is this be-nosed man? Only The Shadow knows.
02-349-126. Pg. 9. Caption: [right] (Upper Right) One of the, ah, more penetrating costumes worn by a reveller in the Mountain House.
02-349-177. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] (Right) Thew winners of Araxi's costume contest, from left to right, Lost at Sea, Sparkle Plenty and Igor.
02-349-64. Pg. 11. Caption: A few of the many types of mushrooms found in the area. Some are tasty, some poisonous and other hallucinogenic.
02-349-77. Pg. 13. Caption: Franz M. Wilhelmsen.

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