Grizzlies, Gales and Giant Salmon author at the Library, Friday, April 6, 7pm

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Head to the Pemberton & District Public Library tomorrow night, Friday April 6, at 7pm, for an evening with Pat Ardley, sharing her experiences of life at a Rivers Inlet fishing lodge. Reminiscent… Continue reading

Pemberton welcomes the Great Grey Owl

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On March 17, 2018, John Tschopp, wrangler of all people ornithologically-inclined, shared that there is a new bird for the Pemberton list. Birders in the Upper Valley noticed a Great Grey Owl, spotted… Continue reading

Allowing yourself to be seen

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Post-cancer, Anastasia Chomlack uses her camera to empower women to land more wholeheartedly in their lives. To check out Stace’s takeover for the Wellness Almanac, go here.  Almost two years ago, in June,… Continue reading

What does indigenous fusion taste like? Discover Chef David Wolfman’s award-winning cookbook for CookBook Club April 26

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Save the date for 26 April’s Cook Book Club. Cookbook Club is exploring Chef David Wolfman‘s award-winning new book, “Cooking with the Wolfman.” Dubbed the “Godfather of Indigenous Cuisine”, Chef Wolfman is a classically… Continue reading

Growing Great Children presents Spring Fling – Dust Off Your Bling

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Spring Fling – Dust off your Bling! A new take on Glamour & Glitz takes place Saturday, April 7. Growing Great Children is hosting their annual ladies night out. Dress up or wear… Continue reading

These were the most read posts of the winter. Did you see them?

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We’ve compiled a report of what’s been happening on the Wellness Almanac from January – March  – feel free to take a peek here: Wellness Almanac Q1 2018 We started the year with an… Continue reading

Bird bonanza in the back forty

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Wednesday March 28 was “a lucky day” for John Tschopp and his camera. “The field is crowded with waterfowl on their way north. The trumpeter swans come and go all day long. Northern… Continue reading

13-18 year old artists – free professional development workshop

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Teens 13-18, this one’s for you! Arts Whistler has received a grant from the Chris Spencer Foundation to help support emerging teen artists. There are 18 spots available for this FREE professional development… Continue reading

Lil’wat’s Levi Nelson wins prestigious IDEA art award

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Last year, Levi Nelson was short-listed for the prestigious IDEA Art Award for his piece, Anthropology. The IDEA Art Award was established in 2009 as a collaboration between the Healing Art Committee at… Continue reading

Pemberton & District Chamber of Commerce secures grant funding to create a data portal to provide accurate snapshot of community

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  Work on first phase of Data Portal underway, to be completed June 1 via Chamber news release March 12 After receiving a robust response from a half dozen Sea to Sky web… Continue reading

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