Village of Pemberton Downtown Street Party

Check out his upcoming event! Information below provided on the faebook event, link at the bottom: A celebration to mark the completion of the Downtown Enhancement Project The Village would like to thank our incredible and generous partners: ISL Engineering, Hazelwood Construction, Event Rental Works, Pemberton & District Chamber of Commerce, Scotiabank, Kufuka Fitness https://www.facebook.com/events/1567802910052693/?ti=cl

Fall Winds

I made it home safe and sound last night. Getting into Pemberton I enjoyed the sight of Ts'zil (Mt. Currie) and its beautiful sharpness silhouetted by the moonlight. Later I fell asleep with the almost-full moon shining through my window and the rez dogs barking in the distance, protecting their owners homes from bears and … Continue reading Fall Winds

What the land sings out of you… a new poem by Amanda Ritchie, who we’re excited to introduce as our guest editor for October

    I first encountered Amanda Ritchie's writing when she commented on a Wellness Almanac blog post. I followed her kind comment to her website and fell into a well of beautiful writing, full of words that made me lean in closer and hunger for more. I'm so happy she gave permission to share this … Continue reading What the land sings out of you… a new poem by Amanda Ritchie, who we’re excited to introduce as our guest editor for October

What local high school students learned this Orange Shirt Day 2019

On September 30 2019, a special assembly was held at Pemberton Secondary School to acknowledge Orange Shirt Day. The stories shared at that assembly grew out of an experience held the previous Thursday, as Lil'wat elders, Lil'wat leaders, teachers, students, Indigenous Support Workers, and community members, worked out how to craft a meaningful way for … Continue reading What local high school students learned this Orange Shirt Day 2019

One Mile Lake Owl and Bat Prowl: Educational walks with the PWA and SPS, Wednesdays, July 10 and 24, 8:15pm

Learn about the creatures of the night! The Pemberton Wildlife Association, in partnership with Stewardship Pemberton Society, are hosting two upcoming educational walks. Join registered biologists for the 'One Mile Lake Owl & Bat Prowl' to learn about the natural history of owls and bats, efforts to conserve these species in Pemberton and how to be … Continue reading One Mile Lake Owl and Bat Prowl: Educational walks with the PWA and SPS, Wednesdays, July 10 and 24, 8:15pm

Winterfest is your family-friendly way of ushering in the New Year. Free! With Fireworks! And Ira!

If you're in the thick of family life, you might be prone to ringing in the New Year on maritime time... which makes Winterfest 2018 your friend... A decade-old festival, that began in the lead-up to the 2010 Winter Olympics, Pemberton's Winterfest has experienced many iterations, in its mission to celebrate the spirit of winter … Continue reading Winterfest is your family-friendly way of ushering in the New Year. Free! With Fireworks! And Ira!

Field trip to Mt Meager, September 30 10am – 2pm

Back by Popular Demand, on Sunday, September 30, Stewardship Pemberton (with the support of the Sitka Foundation) hosts a family-friendly field trip to the Upper Lillooet River Valley to celebrate BC Rivers Day. The adventure begins with a guided tour in the Upper Lillooet River valley, touring the Mount Meager landslide, the largest ever recorded … Continue reading Field trip to Mt Meager, September 30 10am – 2pm