Wellness Round-up – January in Review

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Okay, I’m still having to stop and think when I need to write the date… 2015. 2015. So the fact that January is already in the rear-vision mirror means I really better get… Continue reading

Fight addiction in youth – a guest post by Cindy Filipenko

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Cindy Filipenko is a Pemberton-based writer – her insight and way with words always make me stop and think. Whether she’s writing about local organic farmers, feisty throat singer Tanya Tagaq, how to… Continue reading

How to Deal with Anxiety: Lean into the Unknown

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Stress-proof your life by letting go of the things you can’t control.

Brainstorm for the Barn, February 4 (and a Q+A with Dawn Johnson)

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Flood it for hockey or curling. Hang a movie screen for a bicycle drive-in theatre. Host weddings. Host a circus school. Host a barn dance. How about long table lunches or tango lessons,… Continue reading

Small footprint. Big Impact. Pemberton gets its own ReUse It Centre.

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The share shed at the waste transfer station. Garage sales. Swap and buy and sell boards on Facebook. Growing Great Children’s Great Closet Clean-Out. There are a host of informal ways to keep… Continue reading

BioBlitz results reveal Pemberton’s amazingness

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An amazing collaboration of the Whistler Naturalists and Stewardship Pemberton took place during Bioblitz last year, that saw over 50 scientists specialized in their fields travel to Pemberton to observe, record, report and compile amazing information… Continue reading

Photo of the Week: Gary Martin

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Today, the length of daylight extends past 9 hours, for the first time since November 15. Celebrate that, and the extra three minutes of light we are gaining every single day.

Live in the Moment: How to Be More Present

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It can be challenging to live in the moment when it feels like there a million and one things to do and places to go. However, paying attention to the moment will help… Continue reading

Winterfest Pemberton 2015 – updated event schedule for Sunday Jan 25, One Mile Lake

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Winter has not been kind to Winterfest, (it just doesn’t seem fair after all the effort put in to say “winterfest plans on thin ice”) but the organising committee have done snow dances,… Continue reading

At the library: Garth Riess slideshow and drop-in literacy workshop for parents of 5+ year olds

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On Thursday January 22nd, Garth Riess will be joining us to talk about his travels on his bicycle and read from some of his writing. On Saturday January 24th, we have a Family… Continue reading