Prenatal retreat July 22 for mamas to be

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Explore pre and post natal self care and dedicate a half day to preparing your mind and body for a powerful transformative life experience – having a baby! – at a July 22… Continue reading

Women’s Institute’s Annual Strawberry Tea at the Museum June 19 2pm – 4pm

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The Women’s Institute is hosting their annual Strawberry Tea at the Museum on Tuesday, June 19th from 2-4. This is an annual fundraiser for the Pemberton Women’s Institute and is a genuine Pemberton… Continue reading

Choose Your Trophies

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Location, location, location: In running, as in real estate, it’s all about location — well, that and a few other details but as I started my most recent trail race, I thought, “If… Continue reading

Summer Reading Club Launch party at the library, Friday June 22, 3-4pm

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It’s time to party like you’re literate. Help the Library kick off Summer Reading Club 2018 – with fun activities, games, snacks and prizes! Sign up for Summer reading Club and pick up your… Continue reading

Open House on SLRD’s Regional Growth Strategy, Tuesday June 19, 6:30 – 8

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The Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (SLRD) Regional Growth Strategy (RGS) is an initiative of the District of Squamish, Resort Municipality of Whistler, Village of Pemberton, District of Lillooet, and SLRD Electoral Areas B, C… Continue reading

Breeding Bird Survey takes place Saturday June 16. Gather at Grimm’s at 8am, ready for the road

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This Saturday the Ornithologists of BC will be in Pemberton to scan what birds are here. As in previous years they tolerate local birdwatchers to tag along. The group will meet at GRIMM’S… Continue reading

Meesh Moran’s recipe for Nootka Rose Jelly

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Over at the new local website Traced Elements, a host of food-loving folk are sharing the ways in which food (growing it, cooking it, foraging for it, sharing it…) grounds and empowers them.… Continue reading

Spring Peeper aka pacific chorus frog says hello, and thanks to Veronica Woodruff for her takeover

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It’s official. Veronica Woodruff is the first, and only, guestagrammer so far, to post a photo of herself holding a snake. There’s a challenge for you, nature lovers. Couldn’t do a takeover without… Continue reading

Fresh from the Vancouver Sun Run, Kyle Peters brings a taste of the experience to Mount Currie, with a Lil’wat Sun Run set for June 21

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Just over a month after completing the Vancouver Marathon, Unity runner, local dad and Wellness Almanac guestagrammer Kyle Peters is bringing a Sun Run to Mount Currie. What an awesome way to herald… Continue reading

Free bear awareness workshop at Community Centre, Saturday June 16

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How do we co-habitate? Find out, at this free workshop at the Pemberton Community Centre, presented by the Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiative.

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