Online gardening courses to help aspiring growers who might identify as brown thumbs

If this is you: you might find some of these online seminars on gardening helpful. Thursday and Friday June 4 and 5: How to Start Growing Your Own Medicine (growing herbs), FREE, from Learning Herbs. *Various times. Register in advance "There is no such thing as a brown thumb - just a gardener who needs … Continue reading Online gardening courses to help aspiring growers who might identify as brown thumbs

Hummingbird feeders need regular cleaning to keep the birds healthy

So apparently the old hummingbird feeder isn't a set-and-forget bit of landscaping. If you don't clean it - every three days or so - (which is probably every time you refill it, if your hummers are as voracious as mine), you could actually be doing harm to your charming guests. When not cleaned properly, feeders … Continue reading Hummingbird feeders need regular cleaning to keep the birds healthy

Count to 10 in Ucwalmicwts and America Sign Language, with Tanina Williams

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbsgMrvLmfA&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1-7vj4Dn8triARrAiFPStEjtj6XMp24OHhozCKUYjBeV_I-NJjz2nIIVc What do language and culture teachers do when they can't connect with their students in person? They connect, anyway. Tanina Williams teaches us how to count to ten in Ucwalmicwts, and sign it in American Sign language, in this video. Challenge: record yourself doing it! We'd love to see how you do!  

Local dreamers, the Mayor’s Task Force for Covid19 relief and recovery needs you for 6 meetings. Apply by June 4

CALL FOR MEMBERS | MAYORS TASK FORCE FOR COVID-19 RELIEF AND RECOVERY EFFORTS Posted on May 27, 2020  Do you have ideas and the drive to help develop a community-based COVID-19 response?  The Village of Pemberton is seeking innovative and creative thinkers from the community-at-large with all backgrounds and professions to sit on the Mayor’s … Continue reading Local dreamers, the Mayor’s Task Force for Covid19 relief and recovery needs you for 6 meetings. Apply by June 4

Add your input to the provincial COVID19 survey by May 31, so the next steps we take are informed by your needs and experiences

BC has been getting acclaim (and a little wistful envy) from around the world for the data-backed science-driven way we've responded to COVID-19. Politics and ideology got left on the steps of the Parliament building, as a skilled doctor and a Minister for Health helped steer us, with a constant commitment to creating unity, not … Continue reading Add your input to the provincial COVID19 survey by May 31, so the next steps we take are informed by your needs and experiences