Survey results are meant for general information only, and are not based on recognised statistical methods.
The annual Polar Express rolled into Squamish on Saturday (Nov. 30) and Sunday (Dec. 1). The CN Roundhouse was transformed into the North Pole and attendees got a chance to ride the train. The Polar Express returns this coming Saturday (Dec. 7) and Sunday (Dec. 8).
The Squamish Filipino Community came together on Saturday (Nov. 30) to help raise money for the survivors of typhoon Haiyan, which struck the country earlier in November. There was a silent auction and several musicians performed at the event.
Hundreds descended onto Totem Hall to take part in the ninth annual Pow Wow event. The event was put on as a part of National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week (NAAAW). Competitors hit the dance floor on Saturday (Nov. 23) and Sunday (Nov. 24).
Close to 100 people gathered at Nexen Beach to voice their concerns about the state of the planet on Saturday (Nov. 16). Those in attendance spoke about their unhappiness with pipeline projects, pollution and climate change.
Hundreds packed the Brennan Park community hall to honour our veterans on Monday (Nov. 11). Squamish residents also traveled to Totem Hall to remember.
The Howe Sound Sounders battled the Moscrop Panthers in the Tier 2 Provincial finals in Burnaby on Friday (Nov. 8). The Panthers won the big game 34-6.
The third annual Squamish Oktoberfest went down on Saturday (Oct. 19). The event was a fundraiser for the Squamish Montessori School and featured competitors vying for victory in a number of Okotoberfest games.
The Howe Sound Sounders hosted the Pemberton Grizzlies in the second annual Black Tusk Bowl on Saturday (Oct. 19). The Sounders defeated the Grizzlies 34-14 in the game.
Hundreds took in the annual Kids Day at the Hall event on Sunday (Oct. 6). Attendees were invited to check out the inside of fire trucks, try on firefighter gear and even use a hose for target practice.
Dozens braved the torrential downpour to check out the Jam at the Pavilion event in Downtown Squamish on Sunday (Sept. 29). The event featured a magician, mountain bike trails and a performance from Whistler band The Hairfarmers.