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Posted: well, i'm in kamloops. we've got a good amount of spinners here and every friday we're at the park going hard. as far as squamish goes, its one of the most picturesque places in bc(my opinion). but i'm in the interior of bc about 500km from there. i'm sure you'll see it on the map. if you do get an opportunity to make it here let me know, i'll show you around. i may actually be moving to squamish for the construction of a water treatment plant, but thats still in the works.
"Not all who wander are lost. "
dipsystranger 11 posts Location: Uxbridge, Leamington Spa. UK
Posted: There's a lady who last year ran poi classes at the community centre in Pemberton just up the road. I think her name is Phoebe, and I think she runs Whistlers poi spinners at the fire and ice show. She'd probably be a good contact for you to find. I'm sorry I don't have any more details as I've been back in the UK for a while now.