Come by the Pemberton Farmers Market today from 4pm - 7pm, at the Community Barn, and meet Hiroko Takaya, and the other amazing vendors, who we are introducing in this weekly series.Hiroko is a mother of two young boys, a passionate gardener, herbalist and basketmaker. She first came to Mount Currie in 1998 and knew that … Continue reading Faces of the Farmers Market: Hiroko Takaya
Please, may I plant this seed for you now... it will have a few months to compost in your brain, and hopefully take root by the fall, when action is required. Grow garlic. If you grow nothing else for yourself, grow garlic. Because: 1. It's easy. (If I actually had to feed myself, I would … Continue reading How to Cure Garlic
I've probably taken more day-time naps in the past 18 months than in my entire adult life. Certainly, since University. It's weird, how naughty I feel, how guilty and unproductive and self-indulgent: sleep? in the middle of the day? when there's laundry and dishes and endless chores, not to mention, actual work, to be … Continue reading Wellness: Sleep. (Get more.)
A theme to the summer? More water time, please.
Yes, this would be some explanation for my ongoing crush on Michelle Obama.
The Museum's Tea and Tales program is expanding with an after-hours version this summer at the library to commemorate the 100 Year Anniversary of the Coming of the Rail to Pemberton. The first talk in on July 29th - 'Memories of a Conductor' with Roy Crowston and the second on August 12th - 'Emily Carr's … Continue reading Evening Tea & Tales at the Library
Need to top up your eco-karma? Join Stewardship Pemberton Society and the Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council for our 3rd annual Community Invasive Weed Pull.Saturday July 26, 9 am - 11amTarget species: common bugloss and spotted/diffuse knapweed.Location: Meet at the covered pedestrian bridge beside the highway. We will be working along the Arn Canal. Bring your … Continue reading Community Weed Pull, Arn Canal, Saturday July 27, 9am-11am