This week, like
last week, we’ve got photos from every year of the Question Collection! From windsurfing to dentists, Doug and the Slugs to puppet shows, these photos represent what was going on in Whistler (and Pemberton) this week, many years ago. 1979
Windsurfers and sunbathers enjoy the Alta Vista dock.
Dr. Ann Crowley, the new Pemberton Dentist.
The chow line at the Ski Camp barbecue.
Doug and the Slugs perform at the Ski Camp barbecue.
The roads around Whistler Vale got paved this week.
Terry Minger shows the Resort Association chart to the Whistler Rotary Club. 1980
The Husky gas station in Creekside sees steady business no matter the season.
Arnold Palmer, former PGA Champion, explains some of the ideas intended for the course at Whistler, with diagram posted behind him.
The Resort Centre doesn’t look like much but it will eventually have an Olympic-size ice rink. Something to look forward to during the late hot weather. 1981
Flag footballers take advantage of a sunny Sunday to show off some of their moves.
Former Mayor Wendell Watson and Mayor Shirley Henry cut the Pemberton Village 25th Anniversary Cake.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s super skier!
Rain Coast Puppet Theatre group captivates an audience of young and old in Whistler Village Square on July 24.
A sunny summer day and lush new landscaping – Mayor Pat Carleton and his wife Kay take advantage of Whistler at its finest to enjoy a stroll through Town Centre.
One innovative sunbather found a unique way to beat the heat of Saturday, July 25 at the Rotary Wharf on Alta Lake.
Bob Daly, recently of Surrey, has been appointed the new principal for Myrtle Philip Elementary School. Daly has 12 years teaching experience as well as experience as the head of a science department. In addition to his administrative functions, he will be teaching Grades 6 and 7 at MPES. 1982
One of the first customers makes an inquiry at the reception desk of the newly opened Delta Mountain Inn last Friday.
Mayor Pat Carleton pushing lawn mower.
“Surviving A Personal Financial Crisis” – a handbook.
Competitors take aim during the First Annual International Dart Tournament held at the Longhorn July 23 – 25. 1983
Terry Booth, an electrician with Whistler Mountain (left), graduated at the top of his class at Pacific Vocational Institute and is presented a certificate by Peter Alder, vice president and general manager of Whistler Mountain. Booth studied electrical work at PVI in four two-month sessions over two and a half years. He is one of eight EMSC employees being sponsored for an apprenticeship program.
Spanking new span over Culliton Creek is due to open by July 29 according to Vern Dancy, structural co-ordinator for Goodbrand Construction.
Al Davis heads out for a sail on what he described as a “classic day” for windsurfing on Alta Lake. The weekend sun gave way to rain by Monday.
Diane Eby, of Inge’s Hole in the Wall Gallery, has a wide selection of limited edition prints, reprints and posters for sale. The present collection, which includes pieces from $18 to $600 include works of Markgraf, Bateman and Lansdowne. The works on display will change at least once a month, Eby said.
After the lesson on infant nutrition during the Mother-Infant Program, this group of mums headed over to the Sundial Restaurant to see to their own nutrition. (top row, l – r) Public Health Nurse Marilyn McIvor, Sheila Peters and Colin, Annie Sanderson and Patrick, Lezlie Lock and Jessica, Sandy Epplett and Patricia; (bottom row, l – r) Merrilyn Hoffmann and Christina and Karen Martin and Robyn. 1984
Master of Ceremonies Tom Thomson talks to Glenn Carlsen, the winner of Saturday’s 57 km Molson Lite Whistler Triathlon organized by the Alta Lake Sports Club.
For thirsty triathletes competing in 27+ weather Saturday, watermelons in Village Square were a needed source of water for dehydrated competitors.
Yes, the water was a bit cool Sunday morning for the first leg of the Junior Triathlon in Lost Lake.
If the hydro’s going in to the new municipal hall, can the staff by far behind? Construction is advancing quickly as the staff at Function Junction tidy their desks in anticipation of the move back to the village scheduled for mid August.