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Week of February 8, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Whistler Chair; Whistler Mountain; Rotary Club; Willie Whistler skiing; Whistler Village; restaurant; dining; Zarra performing belly-dancing; Greek Night at L'Apres; construction; skiing; ski race; Pacific Western Pro Tour; cultural dance; ski gear; bagpipes; signs; Opening of North side of the lifts on Whistler Mountain; Cariboo Marathon; Community Club Burns Dinner; opening of Hofbrauhaus
Appears in February 18, 1982 issue:
02-222-23. Pg.
Appears in February 11, 1982 issue:
02-222-72. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Crews scramble on the former roof of Whistler Village Inn as debris is removed.
02-222-56. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Kris Shoup Robinson, Municipal Clerk, Alpine Meadows Resident.
02-222-2. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Larry Killaly, RCMP, Alpine Meadows Resident.
02-222-63. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Irene Chalmers, Tax Clerk, Emerald Estates Resident.
02-222-38. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Doc Fingers, Musician, Vancouver Resident.
02-222-3. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Lorraine Humphries, RCMP Secretary, Squamish Resident.
02-222-40. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Jim Scribner, Carpenter, Whistler Cay Resident.
02-222-119. Pg. 9. Caption: 'Chieftain o' the pudding' race! Clare Liard addresses the haggis at the Community Club Burns Dinner Feb. 6.
02-222-20. Pg. 12. Caption: Dogcatcher Geoff Playfair who is having a busy time with the Whistler strays.
02-222-32. Pg. 13. Caption: Belly Up! Zarra performs the ancient art of belly dancing for an appreciative Phillip Wilhelmsen during Greek night at L'Apres Friday, Feb. 5. A full house showed up to sample the traditional Greek buffet.
02-222-97. Pg. 14. Caption: Greek ... Vancouver's Hellenic dancers perform at L'Apres' Greek Night on Feb. 5.
02-222-118. Pg. 15. Caption: Piper Don Ross leads the parade of the haggis which is proudly carried by Clare Liard -- this was the scene at the Community Club Burns Dinner.
02-222-47. Pg. 19. Caption: Kent Thornton of Tapley's Pub soaks up few rays while catching up on a little news during Whistlers recent sunny spell.
02-222-57. Pg. 26. Caption: Bratwurst, beer and Bavarian atmosphere were predominant during the grand opening of the Hofbrauhaus on the weekend Feb. 5-7.

Whistler - The Magazine, 1985

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"A Letter From the Editor"
"Whistling Jack"
"A Town in the Making"
"Whistler Village - It's all by Design"
"Whistler Accommodation Guide"
"Reflections on Whistler"
"The Year in Revue"
"Shop Talk"
"Top of the Table"

Week of February 24, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Opening Ceremonies Men's Downhill 1982; Pat Carleton; Dr. Peter Andrews; Franz Wilhelmsen
Appears in February 25, 1982 issue:

Whistler - The Magazine

Whistler - The Magazine editions spanning from 1982-1989. The magazines feature stories about Whistler locals and Whistler's history, shopping guides, accommodation guides, village maps, and ads from local businesses.

Whistler Village Report, Issue Number Two, December 1978 + duplicate

The Whistler Village Report published by Whistler Village from December 1978. Articles are entitled: "Where We've Been ... and Where We're Going," "Joint Government Agreement Gives Whistler $9 Million," "Blackcomb Mountain Development Begins," "Snow Unseasonably Slow at Whistler," "Developments Proceed With Set Schedule," and "New Council Sworn In."

The articles are about the subjects of the history of Whistler as a resort town and the building of Whistler Village, the Whistler Village log, a 9 million dollar grant from the federal and provincial governments for resort development and town planning, the development of Blackcomb Mountain, the unseasonably slow snow, the seasonal schedule for development in Whistler and the new council for the Resort Municipality of Whistler being sworn in.

1 Duplicate.

Prints 068-075

Photographs of Franz Wilhelmsen in 1983, Whistler Mountain, planners Dave Mathews and John Shakespeare with a Whistler Mountain model, an unidentified man smiling, Jim McConkey and a woman holding oars beside a canoe, Willy Schaeffler pointing out summer improvements required on Whistler Mountain in 1975 to a group (from left to right) including Don Murray, Lorne O'Connor (Canada FIS Course Approval Inspector), Peter Andrew (Race Chairman), Dennis Waddington (Course Safety), Al Raine (Chief of Race), and Bill McLance (Course Worker), and a photo of (left to right) Bill McLance, Al Raine, Lorne O'Connor, Nelson Bennett (FIS Course Approval Inspector), Bruce Goldsmid (Technical Coordinator of the Canadian Ski Association BC Division) inspecting Whistler Mountain for a ski race, with Whistler Golf Club and Whistler Village in the background.

Grand Opening N.S.

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting opening celebrations on February 4th, which include images of Willy Whistler and Franz Wilhelmsen.

Griffith, Greg

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.

Whistler - The Magazine, Winter 1982

Whistler-themed magazine, published by Paul Burrows, containing the following articles:
"The view from here" by Paul Burrows
"Don't leave Whistler without... : A few must-do suggestions" by Michael Maloney
"Jumping the gaps of time and space: Welcome to the world of heli-skiing" by Michael Maloney
"Somewhere over the rainbow: The dreams of Whistler's oldest resident" by Glenda Bartosh
"Keeping an eye on Whistler: And keeping both eyes on three of its finest photographers" by Glenda Bartosh
"The World comes to Whistler: Excitement mounts for two of the greatest races on earth" by Paul Burrows
"Kings of the mountain: Stefan Ples, Franz Wilhelmsen, and their views from the top" by Michael Maloney
"Twin Lakes... Twin living: A dash of urbane in the middle of the mountains" by Glenda Bartosh
"Fashion on the up and up: A Vancouver ski wear company takes to the slopes"
"How to find it: Doctors, lawyers, dog catchers...your guide to finding it in Whistler"
"Maps - for the skier... : A bird's eye view of both mountains"
"...and for the shopper: Finding your way through Whistler Village"

Olympic Games Planner

A daily calendar and planner entitled "A Local's Guide to the 2010 Olympic Games". It includes tips for planning around the Olympic Games, as well as information on how access the events and torch relays, with a focus on February and March of 2010. It also includes maps and information on what's happening in and around Whistler is 2010, a short history of the Olympic journey, and interesting facts. The planner is divided into Live, Work and Play sections to provide locals with helpful information.

Table of Contents:
4-9 Journey to the Games: A Dream Realized
10-11 January Tips
12-13 February Month at a Glance
14-69 February Day-by-Day
70-71 March Tips
72-73 March Month at a Glance
74-92 March Day-by-Day
93-104 Live: Living the Dream, Local Tips, Top 3 Q & A, The Important Stuff, The Ultimate Daypack, Transportation
105-114 Work: Living the Dream, Local Tips, Top 3 Q & A, The Important Stuff, Transportation
115-147 Play: Living the Dream, Local Tips, Top 3 Q & A, The Important Stuff, Local Involvement, Torch Relays, Other Cultural Events, Transportation.
148-153 Maps
154-156 Details (Useful phone numbers, websites and glossary.

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