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Photographs depicting a marching band playing in Whistler Village and Willy Whistler during a festival.

Fall Festival III

Photographs depicting the 1981 Fall Festival, which includes images of Willie Whistler, a pig roast, a band performing in Whistler Village, and an awards ceremony.

Fall Festival contact sheet

Contact sheet depicting the Fall Festival, which includes images of people in Whistler Village, the Clock Tower, people exercising, people playing golf, and Willie Whistler.

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

Great Sugaring Off Party

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting Whistler Mountain staff portraits, and events during the Great Sugaring Off Party (including carmelizing sugar on snow, skiing, liquor sales, mascots, and children's ski camps).

Griffith, Greg

January 1982 - 1

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting Willie Whistler and a children's ski camp.

Griffith, Greg

Kids Program

Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting children's ski lessons, which includes images of Willie Whistler and Dave Murray.

Griffith, Greg

Week of August 18, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to awards; town planning; car accident; running in Whistler Village; cycling; triathlon; band playing; construction; outdoor concert; musicians playing various instruments; jazz festival; swimming in the lake; Willie Whistler; podium of cycling race; setting up for outdoor concert; portraits; Gettin' Off Easy; Ernestine Anderson; Larry Coryell; Richie Cole
Appears in August 18, 1983 issue:
02-336-146. Pg. 1. Caption: It was a hot time in the old town of Whistler Aug. 12-14 as jazz musicians and their fans poured into the valley for Jazz on the Mountain. Skies stayed sunny and spirits soared, including Larry Coryell's. A pioneer jazz fusion and one of the most innovative performers featured at the three-day event, Coryell cranked it out with saxophonist Richie Cole and blues belter Ernestine Anderson for a real show-stopper Sunday afternoon. See story page 3. J. Bartosik photo.
02-336-293. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] (Above) Vancouver's Getting' Off Easy surprises Saturday's early crowd with a mixture of Andrew Sisters and Manhattan Transer.
02-336-98. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] (Left) Ernestine Anderson belts out another soulful tune during Sunday's jam session with Larry Coryell and Richie Cole.
02-336-58. Pg. 5. Caption: David Taylor, who finished third in the triathlon, crosses the finish line in Village Square Sunday.
02-336-301. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Hilda Davey, Realtor, Whistler Village.
02-336-303. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Bruce Knack, Computer Programmer, Boca Raton, Florida.
02-336-306. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Kathy Taberner, Businesswoman, Adventures West/Horseshoe Bay.
02-336-252. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Whistler's new $15,000 tent had its inauguration during the August 12-14 jazz festival, much to the pleasure of 4000 jazz buffs who turned out for the event held at the base of Whistler Mountain. Friday night's concert, offered at no charge, featured the stylings of West Coast Jazz Orchestra and Vancouver Ensemble of Jazz Improvisation in Village Square. At press time, no official report had been released on the financial outcome of the festival.
02-336-219. Pg. 10. Caption: Jerome Rozitis, right, took first place and Andrew O'Keefe second in the Children's Triathlon Saturday.

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