9 archival descriptions results for Meadow Park
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- August 2004
Photographs of two people putting their heads through a whitewater rafting carnival cut-out, a long line-up at the post-office, and the splash pad at Meadow Park with Blackcomb in the background.
Part of Kerry & Ginny Dennehy Fonds
A newspaper article from the Pique entitled "Dennehys to bike across Canada for mental health." The article is about Ginny and Kerry Dennehy's Enough is Enough ride across Canada and their fundraising goals for mental health resource centres. Found in scrapbook.
- [c. 1990?]
Part of Paula Shackleton Fonds
Photographs of people enjoying the summer day at Rainbow Park with mountain views in the background, and a person bringing in their windsurfer at Rainbow Park on cloudy day with a rainbow in the background.
Captions on verso:
WA_2016_002_01_03_035_01: "Hot summer day 30 [degrees] and calm waters, glassy, reflecting the mountains like a mirror. Quite an audience for us as we sail, teach & 5 or 6 students. People said we looked like butterflies on the water."
WA_2016_002_01_03_035_02: "Many rainbows: I loved to sail at the end of the day. There is no lifeguard at Rainbow and so I obtained my lifeguard certificate at the Meadow Park Centre & each year we ran 'mock' rescues with our kids camp kids & us instructor[s] and staff. Constant head counts. Find the missing children."
A brochure for the Whistler First Night New Year's Eve Celebration of 1994/1995. It includes information about bus service, a schedule of events and information about each of the performers in the Village.
Photographs of the Whistler area taken by local photographer Rick Flebbe.
001: Lower Joffre Lake
002: Bridge of Sighs, Rainbow Park
003: Rafting on Green River
004: Whistler Resort and Rainbow Mountain
005: Blueberry Hill and Rainbow Mountain
006: Lost Lake Cross Country Skiing
007: Beverly Lake and Rainbow Mountain
008: Whistler Express Gondola on Whistler Mountain
009: Rainbow Park
010: Whistler Resort and Rainbow Mountain
011: Meadow Park
012: Ridge Walk on Blackcomb Peak
013: Alpine Meadows
014: Cheakamus Glacier from Blackcomb Mountain
- All the titles come from the plaques that the photographs were displayed with at the Crystal, except for the ones with asterisks, which are missing their plaques. The plaques are stored with the photographs.
- September 15, 1983
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; trampolining in Whistler Village; Opening of Alpha Lake Park; Willie Whistler; inside a bar; town planning; scooter; Fall Festival; guitarist playing; setting up for outdoor concert; dancing; clowns; Gondola Village; construction; gambling; midway rides; Rotary Club; darts; traffic lights; art; sculptures; band playing in Whistler Village
Appears in September 22, 1983 issue:
02-356-41. Pg. 8. Caption: Ross Smith, manager of Stoney's Restaurant, does his Hamlet imitation while teaching would-be bartenders the finer points of slinging gin. The three-week course takes place in Mountain House Cabaret.
Appears in September 15, 1983 issue:
02-356-109. Pg. 1. Caption: The Rangerettes Baton Corps of North Vancouver goes through its clown routine at Sunday's Fall Festival. Other entertainers at the weekend event included folk and can-can dancers a la classical, and live music in Village Square. Despite the wet conditions about 1,500 people were attracted to the end-of-summer extravaganza.
02-356-144. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Parks employee Ted Pryce-Jones completes the new suspension bridge on Callaghan River near the Cheakamus River junction. Parks Planner Tom Barratt says the $12,000 bridge should be ready to cross this week.
02-356-136. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Workmen from B & O Blacktop put the finishing touches on the Valley Drive bridge that was washed out in 1981.
02-356-140. Pg. 5. Caption: The five-bedroom condominium pictured in the left-hand corner is one of the first new building starts in the Whistler area since 1982. Pete Arturo and four friends are building the Gondola Village condominium for weekend use and expects to move in by early December.
02-356-10. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Josee Milord, Unemployed, Emerald Estates
02-356-13. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Gerald Kilby, B.C. Hydro Employee, North Vancouver.
02-356-24. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Ron Douglas, Manager, Araxi's Restaurant, Alpine Meadows.
02-356-130. Pg. 7. Caption: Hugh Hancock joins Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises as Marketing Manager. His position includes marketing Fortress Mountain near Banff. Other internal changes in Fortress Mountain Resorts Ltd. see Bill Williams appointed as Fortress general manager. Hancock, 36, is a long-time skier who discovered Whistler in 1973. His experience includes positions as assistant advertising manager at Labatt's Breweries and director of marketing for the Vancouver Whitecaps.
02-356-200. Pg. 8. Caption: Instant curbs ooze out of Alpine Paving's machine along Mountain Lane by Delta Mountain Inn. Paving is expected to be finished next week.
02-356-89. Pg. 11. Caption: [top left] Visitors and participants braved the elements Saturday and Sunday to make the most of Whistler's adieu to summer. (Upper Left) Tim Cleave from the New Westminster-based Shasta Trampoline levitates over Whistler Mountain.
02-356-237. Pg. 11. Caption: [top right] Kids had their bit of fun riding the giant merry-go-round set up in the VIP parking lot.
02-356-93. Pg. 11. Caption: [middle] A Rangerette baton team member looks skyward during a spritely Polynesian dance routine.
02-356-103. Pg. 11. Caption: [bottom left] One little tyke doesn't quite know what to make of the entertainment in Village Square. A few moments later he too joined the dancers.
02-356-86. PG. 11. Caption: [bottom right] Whistler's new Arabesque tent protects dancers and drinkers from the rain.
02-356-022. [From left to right, Trevor Roote, Bill Barrett, Karen Barrett, and Tom Barrett]
02-356-152. [Greg Athans]
Tourism magazine providing information on the many amenities Whistler has to offer for the Winter and Spring seasons.
Table of Contents:
p. 16: Whistler - welcome to sea to sky country!
p. 52: Squamish - the outdoor adventure capital of Canada
p. 70: Pemberton - the fertile valley to the north
p.8, 10: Local Vibe - Whistler style
p.12: Local Raves & Faves - Lauralee shares her Whistler favourites
p. 14: Why Don't You - try this!
p. 24: Eternal Flame - the story behind the Olympic torch
p. 28: Olympic Mascots - the characters of the games
p. 74 - Proud To Be Canadian - Hosting the 2010 Winter Games
p. 78 - Gold Rush - Paralympic Profiles
DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
p. 58: Dining & Entertainment - an array of culinary delights
p. 60: What's Hot
p. 65: Chef Profile
p. 68: Liquid Dessert - Icewine
p. 70: Choose Wisely - Oceanwise
SPA & WELLNESS
p. 96: Eastern Therapy - shiatsu healing
p. 100: Heavenly Soak - hot tub etiquette
p. 56: The Vanished Village - what lies beneath
p. 42: Ski Trail Map
p. 44: Cross-country Ski Map
p. 108: Local Maps
p. 80: Shopping - take home a local treasure
p. 88: Native Arts - priceless tradition
p. 30: Things To Do - plan your adventure
p. 36: Backcountry Adventures - adrenaline pumping fun
p. 46: Winter Wonderland - off the slope adventures
p. 52: Lost & Found - the call of the brave
p. 106: Whistler Events - what's happening during your stay
p. 86: Cougars - what you need to know if you encounter this local resident