The ultimate blessing I can imagine bestowing on our community: may we be forever bee-friendly, may we be visited by happy pollinators, may all living things flourish, may there be honey. Thanks to Tanya Richman for sharing these shots of some early visitors appreciating this weird weather.
Janet Ouchterlony recommends The Alchemist. Part adventure. Part truth. All heart. This is my perspective of this simple yet soulful novel. Written by Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist is now an international best seller, but like most significant accolades, this did not come easily nor did it happen over night. This significance was earned … Continue reading #WellnessRead2015: The Alchemist
Update as of Tuesday Feb 24: Please note, that due to the passing of two Lil'wat community members, tomorrow evening's CIPP Open House has been cancelled. A new date is yet to be determined. The Village of Pemberton and Lil'wat Nation were one of 6 teams chosen across Canada out of 100 applicants to take … Continue reading POSTPONED Joint Community Open House on Infrastructure Project : Feb 25, 5-7:30pm, Ull’us Community Complex
Snow's gone. It barely looks like winter. Especially in the forest. Dave Steers catches a weird winter in action.
I was drinking a pot of Namasthe tea, and my kid was happily pouring a blended brew of their looseleaf mint, licorice and moss tea back and forth from a little teapot, playing with ice-cubes, tea strainers, and sipping and slurping away. It inspired me to reach out to Isabelle Ranger, tea-crafter, herbalist and mama, … Continue reading Tea with Kids: guest post from Isabelle Ranger
When 75 community members from Mount Currie, Pemberton, Whistler and Squamish met to workshop mental health priorities, the most pressing issue was a three-way tie: training RCMP and emergency room staff who work after hours on how to best handle urgent response cases, creating a designated observation unit somewhere in the Sea to Sky region … Continue reading Event: Making the Valley More Mentally Healthy, Feb 24, 6pm, Library