Perfecto, featuring legendary UK record producer and DJ Paul Oakenfold, hits Tommy Africa’s on Friday (March 1) at 9 p.m. Oakenfold is a top producer who has worked with the likes of Madonna, Cher, Bruno Mars, Happy Mondays, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, and far too many more to name here. He’s also a world-renowned trance DJ in his own right, with numerous albums under his belt, plus he’s also written musical scores for films.
Sounds like you should probably check this one out, right?
Tickets start at $25 and are available at clubzone.com.
Moose on the loose
Comedy, mystery and magic are on the agenda Thursday night (Feb. 28), as Moose in a Top Hat takes to the MY Millennium Place stage at 8 p.m. The show harkens back to the Vaudeville era of entertainment, and features an evening of adult entertainment (parental guidance is suggested) with a mind reader, magician and comedian. Tickets are $25, and available at artswhistler.tix.com.
Essential fatty acids and omegas
The ongoing Brown Bag Supplement Series with Dr. Heather Johnston continues at the Whistler Public Library on Thursday (Feb. 28) from noon to 1 p.m. The series has been covering the five most commonly recommended supplements, their chemistry, how and why they are used in our bodies and diets, as well as their risks.
This week, Dr. Johnston delves into essential fatty acids and omegas.
Law of Attraction
Leash on Life Coaching and Consulting life coach Sarah Tambosso leads a one-hour seminar on The Law of Attraction … how to get more of what you want and less of what you don’t — also on Thursday (Feb. 28) in the Whistler Public Library’s community room at 7 p.m. The seminar teaches you how to get what you desire, and includes a 30-day assignment and a workbook.
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On Friday (March 1), the White Dog Studio Gallery presents an exhibition by artist Elizabeth Harris at the Nita Lake Lodge Train Station from 6 to 9 p.m.
Expect appies, wine and Harris’s paintings of fresh snow on landscapes.
Made in Whistler Winter Market
The ultimate Whistler market for one-of-a-kind items by local artisans, featuring jewelry, pottery, woodwork, fine art, unique fashion, baked goods, artisan foods and more — every Saturday at the Westin Resort and Spa from 2 to 7 p.m.
Community cooking class
Learn to cook with quinoa on Monday (March 4), as the ongoing Community Kitchens series continues to teach participants to cook healthy, delicious meals on a budget. Classes are $10 each or $40 for five. Contact Talya at 604-935-7717 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your spot. Please sign up before 10 a.m. on the day of the class to ensure your spot.
Winemaker Après Series
Reserve your spot for the popular Winemaker Après Series at Steeps Grill & Wine Bar on top of Whistler Mountain. The next instalment takes place on Thursday (March 7) and features wines from See Ya Later Ranch paired with a five-course meal. Cost is Tickets are $69 and available at Guest Relations or by calling 1-(800) 766-0449. Each event begins at 2 p.m.
Sold Out Fundraiser waitlist
Although the Saturday (March 2) Canadian Avalanche Foundation Whistler Gala fundraiser featuring avalanche pioneer Chris Stethem is currently sold out, you can still get your name on a waiting list for the event at Nicklaus North by emailing email@example.com. Good luck.