A vision for the Resort Municipality of Whistler from 2002 that includes historical context and outlines some key areas that the community should be working to improve including housing, financial stability, tourism and sustainability. Table of Contents:
A Long Term Recreational Master Plan Preliminary version produced by the Resort Municipality of Whistler. The map shows Whistler Valley with the various subdivisions and marks where different types of recreational activity such as hiking, skiing and cycling can take place.
A handwritten letter to David Kirk from Kay at the Whistler Housing Corporation. She writes that she is sending him a lease to sign, outlines how much money he owes, and wishes him a good ski season in Whistler.
Portrait of Nancy Greene in a blue, silver, and black trim frame. Nancy Greene is pictured from the shoulders up and there are mountains in the background. In the foreground of the print is a smaller image of Greene skiing and a gold medal. The name of the artist, Stephen Houston, is written on the print as well as the title, "Tiger of the Slopes," and Nancy Greene's name. Nancy Greene was a prominent Alpine skier competing in several Olympic Games and other ski competitions. She was named Athlete of the 20th Century. Currently Greene is a Senator for the province of British Columbia.
Scouts Canada award presented to the Alta Lake Community Club in 1988 in recognition of their Sponsorship of Scouting. Signed by the Chief Scout of Canada, the President of Scouts Canada, and the Commissioner of Scouts Canada's Vancouver-Coast Region.
A brochure distributed by United Air Lines in 1936 giving tourists information about events and sights to see in and around Vancouver. Rainbow Lodge is listed, along with rates, as a summer destination under 'Resorts Near Vancouver, B.C.' on page 13. The brochure also includes a drawn map of the Vancouver area.
3 tickets form the Whistler Mountain Bike Heritage Week. One for the event Whistler MTB: Building a Community, one for Whistler MTB: Gone Global, and one for Dirt Masters: Whistler Trail Building Through the Decades. Each ticket advertises the location at the museum, the admission price and the availability of a cash bar.