Bright, three bedroom, renovated end unit townhome in Alpine Meadows. Featuring custom cabinets, new stainless steel appliances, countertops, paint and flooring. The powder room on the main floor, plenty of windows and low strata fees ($80/month) make this property very attractive. Timber Lodge is a quiet complex located at the end of lane with a grassy, treed backyard. Close to Alpine Market, Meadow Park Sports Center, the valley trail and bus stop. Ideal for first time buyers, weekenders or investors. Come have a look; it’s easy to view.
Whistler Live! is where the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games come to life with an energetic fusion of sport, art and entertainment. For 27 days, Whistler’s wintery pedestrian village will pulsate from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m against the spectacular backdrop of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. A diverse range of free and unique Whistler Live! experiences offer a dazzling taste of Whistler’s iconic mountain culture.
Up-to-date information leading up to and during the Games. Whistler2010.com has a a variety of information from transportation to hours of operation for municipal services.
Click here for link for VANOC’s Game Plan with specific information in regards to transportation, Games-time security, municipal operations, event venue operations, Whistler Live! programming and other community updates.
Cozy, two story, furnished townhouse just steps away from the village and across the street from the shuttle bus to the Village Gondola. The open living area and kitchen concept is perfect for entertaining. Guests can relax around the gas fireplace or unwind in your private hot tub on the deck. Oversized master bedroom with ensuite as well as second bedroom are located on the upper floor. Glaciers Reach has a year round outdoor pool and hot tub, secured underground parking, exercise room, and is a favorite in Whistler. Separate exterior entrance and inner courtyard location for your privacy. Unlimited owner use or nightly rentals are allowed; ready for your enjoyment this winter!
February 13 to 27 during the Victory Ceremonies at Whistler Medals Plaza.
Date Scheduled Headline Performer
February 13 All American Rejects
February 14 Estelle
February 15 Pierre Lapointe
February 16 Feist
February 17 Our Lady Peace
February 18 Deadmau5
February 19 Hedley
February 20 Stars
February 21 OneRepublic
February 22 To be confirmed
February 23 The Fray
February 24 Jet
February 25 The Roots
February 26 K’Naan
February 27 Usher
Gates open at 4:30 pm (Pacific Time) on all 15 nights of Whistler Victory Ceremonies. The night of entertainment starts with a DJ and interactive games for the crowd, followed by a live simulcast of the nightly provincial and territorial pre-show held at BC Place in Vancouver. At 7:00 pm, the medals ceremonies will be held for the winning athletes of the day at Whistler-area venues, followed 30 minutes later by that night’s headlining act. The ceremony will end at approximately 8:30 pm.
Whistler Victory Ceremony tickets will be distributed to the public in the Sea to Sky region through a contest operated by Tourism Whistler at whistler.com
A local real estate lawyer’s office sent through revised version of a classic Christmas poem. It tells a little story about the 2009 real estate market in our area.
By Sarah Cunningham, Marketing Coordinator. Spagnuolo & Company Real Estate Lawyers
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house;
Not a lawyer was stirring, not even a single louse;
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;
Tony sat by the fireplace, pen to paper for this prose;
He had time after all, with no more files to close;
His family was nestled all snug in their beds
While visions of sugar plums danced in their heads;
Tony reflected on ’09, of events near and far;
Unlike any years past, he moved to the bar;
To describe the last 12 months, it started with such trouble;
He opened the vodka, and poured himself a double;
What a start it had been, unlike any years past;
What the heck happened, he wondered aghast;
The stock market in peril, no home buyers found;
Businesses forced to close, layoffs abound;
Tony stopped spending money, some staff said good bye
It was as far as it could be, from any kind of high;
We stressed the basics, our clients we would serve
To be a residential real estate law firm required some nerve.
But the market did turn, with interest rates so low
Inventories dried up, and Vancouver basking in Olympic glow
The second half of the year, promised a great return
We had to make up the money, which we earlier did burn
The market remains strong, the rates are still quite low;
Homes are still selling, Vancouver still expected to grow;
With a convention centre, Olympics and transit they call RAV,
People moving from afar, envy all that we have
But as Tony sat, he thought of the coming year 2010,
All of the good things, that will be happening then;
We start with the Olympics, a good time by all,
A postcard to the world, come have a ball;
Then the Stanley Cup, Tony a member of Blackhawks Nation
Could this be the year, for a Blackhawks celebration;
Then the World Cup of soccer, not much to say,
Except Viva Italia, Italy all the way;
We did persevere, through the worst of times,
Although on occasion, it took several bottles of wine;
With the help of our partners, we made it through the grind,
With all your referrals, comes peace of mind;
Think of those less fortunate, those in a bad space,
What they would give, to be in our place;
So as you celebrate the Holiday Season, dressed in your finest rags,
Please remember these words, from the entire team at Spags;
We wish you all the best, for next year and beyond,
May your life be content, your heart full of song;
May your goals be achieved, your dreams come true,
That your days be merry, your troubles quite few;
Remember what is important, and what is not so dear,
Be blessed with the holiday spirit, for the entire year;
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!
Join the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC) and its partners for an update on 2010 Winter Games planning. The evening will include transportation information on the Sea-to-Sky Checkpoint and Localized Vehicle Permits, safety and security, venue preparations and a look ahead to the daily operations of the Games.
Pemberton – Tuesday December 8, 2009 ~ Pemberton Community Centre
Whistler – Wednesday December 9, 2009 ~ Whistler Conference Centre
Squamish – Thursday December 10, 2009 ~ Brennan Park Recreation Centre
The one-hour presentation begins at 7:00pm sharp, followed by open house displays until 9:00pm.
Date: Every Sunday from December 6 – Christmas Holidays
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Place: Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, 4584 Blackcomb Way
Drop by for fresh product, baked goods, preserves, jewelry, art and all your other Winter Market favourites. There is no entrance fee to visit the market. Admission to the museum and exhibits is by donation on Sundays. For more information on booking a table or selling your goods please contact the Sea to Sky Winter Farmer’s Market Organizer, Caterina Alberti at email@example.com.