There's enough potential for wild and wintery weather coming our way that Environment Canada issued a Weather Statement for Whistler in the wee hours this morning, to give a heads up about the potential for arctic outflow impacts tomorrow and through Wednesday morning. The statement is below. This weekend, we heard tale of icy patches … Continue reading There’s weather coming our way…
Stewardship Pemberton Society is looking for volunteers to help with our 2023 Spring Fundraiser. This is a great opportunity to give back to your community and support a local non-profit that protects the environment. For the past few years, Stewardship Pemberton scaled back on the fundraising event front, but they've set their sights on a 2023 … Continue reading Get your hands dirty, for the Earth: volunteer for Stewardship Pemberton’s spring fundraiser
If you've ever wondered what the Food Bank is about, this is your chance. Head over to 1343 Aster Street on Saturday morning for a free pancake breakfast, and the chance to learn about the new Food Bank space, programs, workshops and kitchens in the works.
I like to imagine that "holiday spirit" is a moving thing. It moves through us, and around us, and it flows back and forth. You give it, you receive it. Wherever you're at, is where you're at. If you have a little extra, you can share it. If you need a little extra, you can … Continue reading If you have a little extra, spread it around. If you need a little extra, reach out.
The ski film, FEEL REAL by Blank Collective, will have its Pemberton Premiere on Friday, December 2, at Signal Hill Elementary school, with all proceeds going to the Signal Hill PAC. Doors @ 6:30pmMovie @ 7:00pm All Ages - Family Friendly. $5 Ticket at the Door (CASH ONLY) Raffle tickets for sale with great prizes from … Continue reading Feel Real. Signal Hill PAC offers a different kind of fundraiser – a ski film premiere!
There is a wildness in us, undomesticated aspects of ourselves, that can turn feral, if we don't give them the space to be. That's my theory, at least, my interpretation of what Carl Jung calls "the shadow." What we disown doesn't disappear, it just gets a bit feral. It is hard to be a white … Continue reading On White ferality with Resmaa Menakem
The Lil'wat Nation has made available their latest Annual Report for 2022, t’ákalh áta7 kél7a | We Are Moving Ahead It is, once again, beautiful to look through. Find it at the link: https://lilwat.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Lilwat-Nation-AR22_FINẠl.pdf It's good to have the chance to take stock and reflect on the past year - especially if anyone else out … Continue reading Lil’wat reflects on 2022 with release of another beautiful annual report
We are, as the meme goes, in that time of year that once I am in my house, I am not likely to leave again. But, Barbed Choir is doing Rocketman at the Whistler Public Library on Sunday November 20, 7pm, and it's been on my calendar for a month now. Every time I waver … Continue reading Barbed Choir hits the big screen
Well, Thor is not exactly coming to the library himself, in the flesh. (If he were, I would not abide by the age restrictions that are making the Free Youth Movie Night at the Library available for grade 8 - 12 people. I would, in fact, elbow all you young'uns out of the way. Sorry. … Continue reading Thor is coming to the library!