There's this fancy thing called the Diner en Blanc that is all the rage amongst foodies. But outdoor picnic with your favourite furry, and human, friends, is an age-old tradition, that you don't need to be a foodie to enjoy. So pack up your snacks, blanket, and don't forget your teddy! It's time for the … Continue reading Teddies, it’s library time! 3rd annual Teddy Bear picnic is 4 August, 10:30am
In Early December, 2016, the Lil'wat Chief and Council shared a memo with the community, expressing their desire to tackle the community's concern about roaming horses, wandering at-large, along the highways, and in people's fields, at risk of injury, or causing injury. A proposed course of action was to round up any animals that weren't … Continue reading Roaming Horse Rescue – a Hooves and Hearts fundraiser for the wild horses, July 15, in Squamish
If you're at all inspired by the success of Pemberton's amazing Laoyam Eagles, then stop by One Mile Lake on Sunday at noon, and give paddling a try, at the Pemberton Canoe Association Open House. Meet Coach Jared and paddle with some of the team. Try out Dragon Boat, Outrigger Canoe, Sprint Canoe and Kayak. … Continue reading Give paddling a try at Pemberton Canoe Assocation’s Open House Sunday July 2 12pm – 2pm at One Mile Lake
Join your community at the Pemberton and District Community Centre this Saturday, July 1st to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday! Free family friendly fun for all! SPUD RUN 3k + 10k all ages run When: 8am for registration. Run at 8:30am. Where: Meet at the Pemberton and Distrcit Community Centre Entry by donation This fun, community … Continue reading Canada Day Celebrations at the Pemberton & District Community Centre on Saturday
Kiran Pal-Pross is the other half of the takeover team on instagram this week and Logistics Director for the Pemberton Refugee Resettlement Group (prrg.ca). She explains in her post why she's motivated to help and where she learned that one person can move a heart, and a group of people can move a mountain. My … Continue reading One person makes a difference. Kiran Pal-Pross explains
Life with a zero to 6 year old (or several) is a circus, anyway. Why not embrace it? Growing Great Children host their annual free playdate at the Pemberton Community Centre.
This is going to be so fun. Check out all the details at the event's Facebook page.