Our 2021 Virtual Speaker Series is back at 7pm on Thursday, March 25 with a look at how journalism in Whistler has changed with Paul Burrows, Charlie Doyle, Bob Barnett, and Clare Ogilvie. Whistler has been served by multiple publications with varying aims since the 1970s despite a relatively small population, but how did it all get started?
You can attend our 2021 Speaker Series events on Zoom for free by registering here or contacting us at the Whistler Museum. Events feature interviews with our speakers followed by a live (virtual) Q&A with the speakers and audience.
Our Virtual Speaker Series is being held using Zoom. To attend the event, you do not need to have a Zoom account or a camera on your device. If you register through the Eventbrite link, you will be able to attend the event through the online event page on Eventbrite. If you register by contacting us directly at the museum, we will send you a link to the event via email. You can then attend simply by clicking on the link after 6:55 pm on the day of the event. If you have any questions about attending any of our Virtual Speaker Series, please contact us!
We are also excited to announce that the traveling exhibit Land of Thundering Snow from the Revelstoke Museum & Archives has been extended through Saturday, April 17th! If you haven’t been able to see it yet, you now have over two extra weeks to fit in a visit to the museum!