Cancer doesn't care what colour you are, how old you are, or that there are people counting on you being around a bit longer. Over 100 people ran in the rain on Sunday to acknowledge that at the annual Terry Fox run, organized this year by Lindsay and Jess at Kufuka. Or, as Natalie Langmann … Continue reading We run because we can: photos from the Pemberton Terry Fox Run 2018
Anyone else? Thank you to Diane Zaste for bringing this to my attention.
Settling in to sleep, I'm invited into the night by a riot of crickets. A Great Horned owl choruses, "Hoo-hoo-hoooo-hoo, Hoo-hoo-hoooo-hoo - beckoning me in further. And, in the background, the eternal silence of the night reminds me that I am. I'm serenaded into belonging as nature's lullaby sings me to sleep. The wind caresses … Continue reading Midnight Serenades
The Pemberton & District Public Library invites you to a free screening of Indian Horse, the feature-film adaptation of the popular novel by the late Richard Wagamese. The show will begin at 7:30 pm, with a discussion after the movie. Special guest speakers TBA.
Thanks to Maxine Bruce for the following update (as of 7am September 13, 2018): 9,930 sockeye salmon are in the Birkenhead River, and on September 12th, the Lil'wat Fisheries Technicians observed 83 chinook salmon at the Birkenhead River spawning grounds at Hindu Flats. And thanks to Archie Peters for sharing this song, singing the blues … Continue reading The Birkenhead salmon tally so far
This year's Terry Fox Run will take place Sunday, between 10am and noon, and is being hosted by Kufuka Fitness. Choose between a 1 km or 5km distance, with "base camp" located at Airport Park, just past the Meadows Golf Course. If you are interested in volunteering on the day of, or donating baked goods, … Continue reading Terry Fox Run September 16
Two Pembertonians will take to the stage at the 2018 Whistler Writers Festival on Friday, October 12, from 6:15pm, for the reading event Cooks with Books: Passionate Locavore Edition. Traced Elements contributor Nidhi Raina’s samosas and chutney have become famous at the Pemberton Farmers Market. And new Pembertonian Nicolette Richer is the creator of the … Continue reading Locavores on stage at the Whistler Writers Festival