Seasonal Observations: a monster Marigold with seeds worth saving

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This May, at the Women’s Institute Plant Sale, I picked up one of Anna Helmer’s marigold starts. I have managed to keep it alive, despite the toddler’s attempts to eat it, deluge-water it,… Continue reading

Shout Out: The Rotary Fitness Circuit

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The invitation to Be Well is everywhere, including at One Mile Lake, with the addition of a self-guided fitness circuit. The fitness circuit was the result of a few people with passion, harnessing… Continue reading

Recipes: Zucchini Bounty means zucchini bread… and more

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Bumper crop of zucchinis? Yep, that means zucchinis for breakfast, lunch and tea. Raiding recipe books, looking for things to do with my massive mutant courgettes, I stumbled upon this goodie from Across… Continue reading

911 Interpreter Services – 170 Languages Offered

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If English is not your first language or you have family or friends and you need to call 911 in the event of an emergency, E-Comm has access to a 24-hour interpretation service… Continue reading

Fall Recreation Guide: Register Today

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Follow the link to download the Pemberton & District Community Centre’s Fall 2014 Recreation Guide. Rec Guide Fall 2014_0       You can also pick up a copy at the Pemberton Community… Continue reading

Photo of the Week: Dave Steers

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5 Reasons to Read to your Babies (however old they are)

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On Monday, at Parent-Infant Drop-in, Vancouver Coastal Health will host Nic McPhee, from the Library, as special guest, chatting about reading with babies. Given that babies are just squirmy little blobs with very… Continue reading

Pemberton CrabApple Project calls all Canners, Fruit Pickers and Bear Lovers

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  Pemberton Crab Apple Project – August 25th-September 20th   SPS will be partnering up with community organizations to help reduce human-bear conflict in our area through harvesting the crab apples along the… Continue reading

Celebrate the Coming of the Rail, August 23, and Ride a Tiny Train!

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  This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the Rail which arrived in Pemberton Oct 29th, 1914. The museum is celebrating this important historical anniversary with everyone.  The Celebrations include: Transportation Exhibit – opening… Continue reading

Could farming be the future of rehab?

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Could farming be the future of rehab? That’s the question that came to mind for me when I saw the Village of Pemberton’s call for input on Community Agricultural Parks.  Whether it could… Continue reading