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Halloween Crafts
October 29 & 30, 2016  12pm - 2:30pm
We've dimmed the lights for a special family-friendly Halloween tour of the Whistler Museum, filled with all things spooktacular.  As part of the Halloween weekend, the Museum will be creating some creepy crafts for kids.  On Saturday, make your own Paper Bag Monsters that can be taken home and used as decorations or puppets.  On Sunday, create your own Paper Plate Spiders and Pumpkins.  These spooky Halloween creatures can be displayed hanging in windows or on walls to frighten guests and passes-by.  Wear your costume and receive a few early Halloween treats.

Admission by donation.

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Spookers Series
October 30, 2016  7pm (doors open at 6pm)
It's like the Museum's popular Speaker Series, only scarier.  Hear local storytellers share their spookiest Whistler ghost stories, real, imagined, or somewhere in between.  Have you hear the one about the Creekside Lodge ghost?  Storyteller Brandon Barrett has the tale that will make your hair stand on end.  Top off the evening with beverages at the cash bar and enjoy live and local musical performances.

Tickets: Museum Members $5  Non-Members $7
(19+ event)


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