Have Your Say: Friendship Trail Bridge survey

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If you run, walk, ride or travel in, around or between Mt Currie and Pemberton, then the Friendship Trail is of interest to you. The Friendship Trail is a safe, non-motorized trail proposed… Continue reading

Event: Kids Closet Clean Out, April 6

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An observation about Spring…

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  Do you? Smell like dirt? Share a picture of your dirty fun adventures… via facebook, email (TheWellnessAlmanac@gmail.com) or Instagram (hashtag your photos #pembertonbc or #wellnessalmanac so we can find them!)

Shout Out from the 2012 Kathy Barnett Leadership Grant recipient

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On March 8, for International Women’s Day, the Community Foundation of Whistler hosted the Kathy Barnett Leadership Lunch, and announced four recipients for their annual grant, one of which was Winds of Change… Continue reading

Event: Friendship Trail Bridge Info Meeting, tonight, 7pm, Community Centre

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Friendship Trail Bridge Information Meeting Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 7 pm Pemberton Community Centre, Room C 7390 Cottonwood Road Learn about the Friendship Trail Project & Provide Input on Trail & Bridge Location.… Continue reading

Green Thumbs: A Medicine Wheel Inspired Gardening Calendar

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Photo of the Week: Casey Raimondo

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Congratulations to Casey Raimondo for having such an awesome office! Don’t forget to #hashtag your images If you want to see your picture in our Photo of the Week feature don’t forget to… Continue reading

Seasonal Observations: Northern Saw-whet Owl

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Stewardship Pemberton shared that Northern Saw-whet Owls have been calling in Pemberton over the past week. It may surprise you what they sound like! A small owl of all types of woodlands, the… Continue reading

Instagram Gallery Update

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WOW! What an amazing Easter weekend. Not wanting to waste all the amazing sunshine we’ve been spoilt with, we decided to head up Lumpy’s today to see just how Epic it is! Follow… Continue reading

Seasonal Observations: Rubber Boa (Charina Bottae)

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Spotted yesterday in Pemberton by local herpetologist, Leslie Anthony, the rubber boa out sunning itself taking a moment to enjoy life outside the winter den. Here are a few cool facts about the… Continue reading

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