The Pemberton Lions Club bring back their Dine and Dance in the Dark fundraiser on Saturday, Feb 9, at the Pemberton Legion - a benefit for the visually impaired.
On the birding front, John Tschopp shares that, in wintertime the Woodpeckers in hisyard really appreciate the fat feeders. They are simple containers made out of wood and wire mesh. The fat can be any waste fat from your local butcher. John cuts the fat up to fit down the feeder.
"Isn't it lovely to receive a surprise note in the mail?" read the random note, and I couldn't have agreed more, nodding even as I was puzzling the source of this unexpected little joy-bomb in my mail box. Who sends snail mail? Who even knows people's postal addresses these days? I have been coasting on … Continue reading The mid-winter joy of sending random notes and cards, via the post!
James Donovan has lived in and around Pemberton for 18 years. He started painting about two years ago as a way to deal with post-traumatic stress disorder. He lives in Poole Creek now and enjoys the solitude and tranquility that comes from being disconnected from the virtual world. He is always trying to find interesting … Continue reading James Donovan exhibit at the Library
via Lil'wat Nation Tree-clearing has begun at Strawberry Point to allow for up to 25 vehicle-accessible camping sites. Construction of additional parking facilities and up to 25 vehicle-accessible camping sites will be taking place this spring at Strawberry Point Recreation Site. The objectives of this development are to: Reduce environmental damage and risk to wildlife … Continue reading Province proposes to develop campsite at Strawberry Point
Guest post by Jesse Abbott I always start my day with a strong cup of coffee to point me in the right direction. Making and drinking coffee is what puts me on a respectable track. Each simple step is a step towards having a great day. Some say mindfulness is the key to having a balanced … Continue reading How to make a cup of coffee that puts you in a good mindset
It has come to the attention of the Tśzil Manager that scents have been affecting the students, staff, and elders at Tśzil. The Tśzil manager is currently exploring scent-free policies to address these health concerns in an effort to ensure a healthy and safe building environment. In the meantime, Tśzil is conducting an anonymous survey … Continue reading Ts’zil Learning Centre explores going scent-free, invites feedback in survey