Growing Great Children presents Spring Fling – Dust Off Your Bling

Spring Fling – Dust off your Bling! A new take on Glamour & Glitz takes place Saturday, April 7. Growing Great Children is hosting their annual ladies night out. Dress up or wear jeans, whatever you are comfortable in! Join us for a silent auction, shopping from a variety of vendors and dancing to music … Continue reading Growing Great Children presents Spring Fling – Dust Off Your Bling

Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessement: Community Info Meetings. Jan 25 and 25

On Thursday, the Village of Pemberton advised: The Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessment (“Assessment”) is now complete. The Assessment, conducted by BGC Engineering Inc. (“BGC”), was conducted to determine landslide and associated flood risk from the north face of Mount Currie, including risk to life, buildings, critical facilities, business activities, power and communication lines. The … Continue reading Mount Currie Landslide Risk Assessement: Community Info Meetings. Jan 25 and 25

[Updated] Holiday calendar to help you get a handle on things happening around the community in December from Photos with Santa to where to ring in the New Year with the kids

It starts with Mountains of Art and the Gathering of Artists, and ends with New Years Eve. That's right. Your calendar is about to explode. We've tried to round up some of the festive things happening in the 'hood this month. Click each event for more information. It's a work-in-progress. We'll endeavour to keep it … Continue reading [Updated] Holiday calendar to help you get a handle on things happening around the community in December from Photos with Santa to where to ring in the New Year with the kids

Remembrance Day 2017, Parade commences 10:30am Saturday, November 11

99 years ago, on November 11, the "war to end all wars" ended. The poppies at our local stores have attracted my 4 year old's attention. "What's that?" "They're poppies." "What are they for?" Oh man. How do I explain this? "They're to remember the wars. And all the kids who went to fight in … Continue reading Remembrance Day 2017, Parade commences 10:30am Saturday, November 11

Pemberton’s first Repair Cafe is coming, Saturday October 21

via the SLRD Repair is a radical act. So get radical. And get behind Pemberton's first Repair Cafe. Fix it, don't throw it away! What is a Repair Café? Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things - together. At the Repair Café you will find the expertise, tools and materials … Continue reading Pemberton’s first Repair Cafe is coming, Saturday October 21

Teddies, it’s library time! 3rd annual Teddy Bear picnic is 4 August, 10:30am

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

Roaming Horse Rescue – a Hooves and Hearts fundraiser for the wild horses, July 15, in Squamish

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