Whistler Writing Society offers 2 scholarships to attend Writer in Residence program

A diverse and resilient world needs diverse storytellers. Writing often becomes the privileged act of someone who can afford the time to work on a craft... who has time to think, and, as Virgina Woolf famously said, a room of their own and enough income to not be burdened by the hassle of making rent. … Continue reading Whistler Writing Society offers 2 scholarships to attend Writer in Residence program

Lil’wat7ul student, Sydney Pickering, exhibits her art at Talking Stick Festival

The words woven into the installation read "the land and people are one." Congratulations Sydney. Last month her piece was featured at the Talking Stick Festival. via Ts'zil MtCurrie. The visual arts exhibition of the Talking Stick Festival 2019, “TRADITION (tə syəθ): Reality, Allegory, Dimension”, immediately invokes a sense of curiosity. It activates, questions, and … Continue reading Lil’wat7ul student, Sydney Pickering, exhibits her art at Talking Stick Festival

Downtown enhancement to get underway in Pemberton, Open House March 26 has the details

The Village of Pemberton's Downtown Enhancement Project kicks off March 26, 2019. The Downtown Enhancement Open House, held on Tuesday, March 26th, 5pm-7pm in Room D at the Pemberton & District Community Centre, will have the details of the schedule and impacts. Funded by the Federal Gas Tax Fund in the amount of $5.3 million, the … Continue reading Downtown enhancement to get underway in Pemberton, Open House March 26 has the details

Levi Nelson gives a rolling tour of Pemberton’s new street banners

Have you seen the new street banners in Village of Pemberton?! Love seeing local artists showcased. Previous banner art has featured Vanessa Stark ART, and Karen Love Art. Love adding Levi Nelson to the landscape, and this line-up. Love that this community literally has so many gloriously talented people inviting us to see what is … Continue reading Levi Nelson gives a rolling tour of Pemberton’s new street banners

Lil’watul elder Clara John to share smudging and healing wisdom at SLCC, March 27

First Nations Healing Through Smudging: Cleansing Mind, Body & Spirit Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre is honoured to host Clara John of Lil’wat Nation in leading an informative session about First Nations healing and cleansing processes. Free for all to attend, participants are encouraged to come in with open minds in order to receive emotional or … Continue reading Lil’watul elder Clara John to share smudging and healing wisdom at SLCC, March 27