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Celebrate Líl̓wat Life Photo Contest winners announced

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A month ago, we shared a call for entries Líl̓wat7ul photographers to submit photographs to be incorporated into the 2017 Líl̓wat Nation’s Annual. The winners have been selected. Congratulations to Jaime Pascal and… Continue reading

In the news: Pemberton Community Garden’s missing vegetables suggests there is a lot more need in the community than we are meeting

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This story in last week’s Whistler Question made me super glad to have Dawn Johnson and Stewardship Pemberton’s Crabapple Project team at the helm of our instagram account this year. They are working… Continue reading

Your health is in good hands, if this week’s takeover from the Pemberton Medical Clinic is any indication

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Happy BC Day everyone! Welcome to the Pemberton Medical Clinic takeover of the Wellness Almanac. Over the next week we will be sharing some photos documenting how we serve the communities in this… Continue reading

Your library card gets you access to a lot more than books. You can go to the PNE on August 23 for just $5 with your library card!

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via Pemberton & District Public Library $5 Admission to the PNE on August 23 with your library card! Thanks to a partnership between the Fair at the PNE and Public Library InterLINK member… Continue reading

Fish People film screening for Ocean Lovers at Patagonia Whistler next Thursday

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Drink coffee, help the world: Blackbird Bakery is donating ALL coffee proceeds today to the Canadian Red Cross

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when crazy world leaders start talking about nuclear war

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via Austin Kleon Words, by Laurie Anderson, who’s Rules to Live By I have stolen. She’s a smart one.

Paragliders on Instagram: looking back (and down) from the Pemberton Canadian Nationals 2017

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We don’t normally invite return guests to our instagram account, but when Corinne Stoltz Orava finished her week posting for the Hooves and Horses event, with the offer to reprise her role as… Continue reading

This Friday at the Pemberton Farmer’s Market, 3pm – 6:30pm: register now for the cedar weaving workshop

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Be sure to register your children (or yourself!) for the Cedar Weaving workshop (roses or bracelets, cost $10/person, spaces limited) or for Storytelling with Tanina! (Reply here, send us a message or email… Continue reading

Art is everywhere. How might you express yourself? Susan Medville takes us out of the galleries for a tour of local creative expression

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Thank you to Winds of Change for allowing me to share my view of the Pemberton Area with an Instagram take over, through the lens of being the Pemberton Arts Council’s Administrative Assistant.… Continue reading

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