I felt pretty sheepish messaging Tracey on Facebook - it was the kind of invitation that warranted a hand-hold, or a hug, or at least some eye contact - but I'd had a powerful 2am thought, and was emboldened to ask, in case, perhaps, it was the universe that was nudging me, and not just … Continue reading Do you mind if we talk about grief?
On July 10th I celebrated my twenty fifth wedding anniversary with my husband Cliff. I’m sure that anyone that observed us that day had no idea how much we’ve had to navigate or adapt to in that time frame. With the passing of time, most of the transformative events we’ve experienced have become water under … Continue reading The Dichotomy of an Anniversary
Suicide prevention training being offered in Pemberton, August 16-17 In the seventeen years that Nada Shureih, now 34, has been living in the Sea to Sky corridor, she has been personally affected by at least a dozen suicides. The most recently released figures from the BC Coroners Service, (from a summary of suicide deaths … Continue reading How to Be A Safe Place In A Dark Moment
Office workers can enjoy a mandatory stretching break at 10am on Tuesday, as the power will be shut off momentarily. via the SLRD: Attention #SLRDAreaC and Village of Pemberton residents: BC Hydro requires a short power outage (less than five minutes) on Tuesday, July 31 at 10 a.m. to conduct system switching. The outage will … Continue reading Heads up, power’s going down. Tuesday, July 31 at 10am.
"Meanwhile, in the community garden," posted Connie Sobchak, "there was a lot of pollination going on." This was a month ago, and I was so enamoured of the album, I asked permission to share it here. This is the life force at play. It's vaguely erotic, really. Can I say that out loud? All photos by Connie … Continue reading Portraits of a garden in bloom
ART GARDEN GARLIC FESTIVAL Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 2pm - 5pm at Willowcraft Farm Celebrate a day of music, art, workshops, demos, food and fun, come out and celebrate your community!
Get a dose of art with your fresh food at the Farmers' Market, with live art demos from local artists Kylie T Millar this week and Levi Nelson next week. The Arts and Culture Series is supported by a community grant from the Real Estate Association of Whistler. Stay tuned for more events including 2 … Continue reading Live art demos begin at the Farmers Market – featuring Kylie T Millar and Levi Nelson, Friday, August 3,3pm – 6:30pm