Art is everywhere. How might you express yourself? Susan Medville takes us out of the galleries for a tour of local creative expression

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Thank you to Winds of Change for allowing me to share my view of the Pemberton Area with an Instagram take over, through the lens of being the Pemberton Arts Council’s Administrative Assistant.… Continue reading

The backyard as you’ve never seen it: meet photographer David Ward

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If you already know David Ward’s photography, (he’s been posting a photo a day on his Facebook page and instagram account), then you’re a fan. If not, you will be once you see… Continue reading

Talking totem poles, with Levi Nelson

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When Levi Nelson entered his piece, Anthropology, for the IDEA Art Award competition in March this year, he only told the judges half the story. The contest winner would have their painting bought… Continue reading

Trail maintenance is easy, demonstrates Polek Rybczynski’s 3 year old

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It makes intuitive sense to a 3 year old – leave a place better then you found it. Leave a trace of love. Photo by Polek Rybczynski.

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

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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… Continue reading

Dana Andrew captures the mood down at Lillooet Lake in today’s feature photo

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In June, Dana Andrew shared her perspective on the world, as our guestagrammer at instagram.com/thewellnessalmanac. Last week, she summed up the experience as a good reminder to herself to practice her art. The… Continue reading

Congratulations to Líl̓watul Gloria Wallace for receiving the 2017 Community Education Leadership award from the First Nations Education Steering Committee for her work as a language champion

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Gloria Wallace has been recognized by the First Nations Education Steering Committee as a First Nations Language Champion. She was awarded a 2017 Community Education Leadership Award. via Lil’wat Nation Laverne Paul nominated… Continue reading

Community Advisory – Mt. Currie Seismic Survey Work & Public Safety Risk Assessment underway this week

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via Village of Pemberton As part of the Mt. Currie Safety Risk Assessment, licensed blasters will be conducting Seismic Refraction Surveys commencing on July 26th. The work is expected to continue for a… Continue reading

Could “decolonizing” my mind begin with reading this poem? A sorry/grateful Canadian asks.

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The Moment by Margaret Atwood The moment when, after many years of hard work and a long voyage you stand in the centre of your room, house, half-acre, square mile, island, country, knowing… Continue reading

Sighted: Rufous Hummingbirds drawn by the lure of beebalm

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Says John Tschopp, “It is common around here to hang up a Hummingbird Feeder and feed the little friends sugar water. Sharon has a few groups of plants in the garden she calls… Continue reading

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