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Fresh films screen at Open Air Movie Nights

TAG: Cultural Fix, Family Time, Festivals & Events, Freebies & Fun, Must Dos Posted by: Mary-Ann Graebling

Fresh air and films make for a magic combination, as any drive-in aficionado knows. In Whistler, the open air movie night tradition of Lunafliks are a bike-in or walk-in event, unfolding on the grass by Lost Lake, every other Wednesday in July & August. If you've ever wondered what a hipster refugee camp looks like, then saunter on by. BYO inflatable mattress and mohair throw. Films begin at sundown.

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Slow Cycles and Cruiser Adventures

TAG: Amped-Up Adventure, Cultural Fix, Family Time, Festivals & Events, Freebies & Fun, Must Dos Posted by: Dee Raffo

Whistler might have achieved renown as a Mecca of gravity-fuelled mountain biking with the Whistler Mountain Bike Park and the resort's sizable trail network, but it’s not all full-face helmets and gladiator-style body armor around here. From Canada Day to Slow Food Cycle Sunday, bike season cranks up into full gear. Here, we’ve rounded up a host of free summer Slow Cycles and Cruiser Adventures so that huck or cruise, whichever way you roll, the power of the pedal is with you.

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10 Reasons Your Dog Wants to Come to Whistler this Summer

TAG: Amped-Up Adventure, Cultural Fix, Family Time, Freebies & Fun, Must Dos Posted by: ADmin

Ever wondered what your dog is dreaming about when he's twitching happily in his sleep? How about Whistler trail runs, belly-soaks, off-leash beaches, home-made organic treats, black tie dinners, pet-sitters and concierges who remember his name. This week's Insider gives a two-paws-up to Whistler as a dog-friendly getaway catering to the R&R needs of blended (canine human) families.

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Best Places to Feed a Family - Cheap Eats for Tribes of Three or More

TAG: Family Time Posted by: Penny Buswell

Having kids doesn't mean you forfeited your taste-buds the moment you picked up the Mini-Van. Nor does it mean you don't want to take the night off and enjoy being cooked for and cleaned up after. But a meltdown at your table can take the fun out of dining out, which is why finding kid-friendly eateries is such a score. In this second installment of Whistler Cheap Eats, we've rounded up a host of great options for feeding a hungry, or picky, tribe. Our mission: source the best local eateries that offer kid-friendly food and environments, for pocket-book friendly prices. All-in for under $50 for a family of four? No problems.

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