Shayla Wallace captures the radiance

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Respond to every call that excites your spirit đź’Ą #strawberrypoint A post shared by Shayla Wallace (@shay_law) on May 14, 2018 at 11:15pm PDT This stopped me in my ever-scrolling tracks and Shayla… Continue reading

A warrior for Wisdom: talking with Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams, Part 1

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When Mt Currie’s XetĂłlacw Community School was created in 1972, it was only the second Band-run school in all of Canada. Starting a school was literally a groundbreaking move for a First Nations community.… Continue reading

Lil’wat Empowerment Group for Women, Thursday May 31, 11:30 – 2

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Maker Mondays stop motion movie: Surf’s UP

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The Pemberton & District Public Library is proud to present the second of three movies made at Maker Mondays: Stop motion movies session, Surf’s Up by Arleigh, Maile and Lilly! Maker Monday sessions are… Continue reading

Blue Nosed Twitchers

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What if your nose was blue?  Whenever I look at a ruddy duck, so named for its body colour, of all things, and not its bright blue nose, this is the phrase that… Continue reading

Bee-keeping or bullet-journalling? You choose. Two free workshops at the library on May 26. Sign up now.

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Self-improvement or self-care – I am in awe of some of the free opportunities for both, available right here, in our little community, many thanks to the Pemberton & District Library, which on… Continue reading

Growing Great Children presents Dad’s night at the Distillery, May 28, 6pm – 7:30pm

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I just read an article that said motherhood is an institution and it needs an upgrade. Fatherhood, too, is an institution that hasn’t necessarily served men, their partners, and their kids, well. But… Continue reading

Blackwater and N’Quatqua kids want to help you be more emergency prepared!

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Move “make emergency kit” off the to-do list and over to the DONE list next week, Wednesday May 23, from 5pm – 8pm, thanks to a family-oriented Emergency Preparedness evening co-hosted by the… Continue reading

Sighted: Cooper’s Hawk

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The tree swallows were not happy this weekend, when a raptor came in low over the field and landed on a fence, but John Tschopp was pleased that it posed long enough for… Continue reading

Everyone is welcome at this weekend’s Lillooet Lake Rodeo, May 19-21 2018

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via Pemberton Valley Lodge Lillooet Lake Rodeo Returns May 19-21, 2018 One of the oldest rodeos in the province, the Lillooet Lake Rodeo is back this May for three days of cowboy action… Continue reading

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