This post has done the rounds on Facebook, and I grabbed it from there, checking quickly to verify that it was accurate. Asking for help can be hard. That’s why Canadian Crisis Services offer a safe place to talk - any time, in your own way. If you are thinking about suicide, you don’t have … Continue reading Crisis Call Centres offer listening and light in a dark moment
Today is Orange Shirt Day. It's one of those events that is too big for a single day to truly contain it. Like Earth Day... or Pink Shirt Day... I mean, obviously, we should tend the planet every day. We should practice kindness and resist bullying every day. We should honour the survivors of the … Continue reading Orange Shirt Day – let us hold space for complete transformation
Did you catch this story in the Pique on August 30? "We are all indigenous from somewhere." Love Tanina Williams' work to weave us all into community. xoxo Lil'wat weaving skills helped students forge a connection to the land—and each other By Brandon Barrett WHEN TANINA Williams approached a group of Whistler Secondary School (WSS) students about … Continue reading Weaving the social fabric of SD 48
The Canada Science and Technology Museum, in Ottawa, has a new space exhibit - and amongst the 100 year old telescope and displays about radio astronomy, they've enfolded something new. New to them. New to "science", as we have been taught it. New to the way science is typically presented by our national official bodies. … Continue reading Is it time to rethink science?
Start your Thanksgiving weekend off warm and cozy by tasting what harvest soup deliciousness local chefs come up with using local produce and farm products! This annual event brings together local chefs and farms in support of the Pemberton Farmers Market. Your $10 donation gets you tasters of the soups, a full bowl of your … Continue reading Stone Soup Celebration at the Farmer’s Market, October 11
Join the Pemberton and District Library for their second annual Oktoberfest event on Saturday October 19th in the Great Hall of the Pemberton and District Community Centre Featuring: Local draft beer by The Beer Farmers Live music by Blame The Weekend. Cocktails by Pemberton Distillery Fort Berens wine Bratwurst & Pommes! Entry tickets cost $25 … Continue reading Tickets are now on sale for the library’s key fundraiser, Oktoberfest, October 19
Love and kindness and nurturing are radical acts. Here's a way to get radical, and learn how to save your own seeds, so you and your family and your community are not vulnerable to mega-corporations who are working diligently to control the world's seed supply... Since a friend showed me how to wander nonchalantly through … Continue reading Learn to save seeds, this Sunday, 2pm, at the Pemberton Community Garden