Líĺwat7úl Rodeo Champs Recognized By BC Sports Hall of Fame September 25

Congratulations to Ha7ya Burt Williams and Katrina Williams who were inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame on Tuesday September 25 for their achievements in rodeo. Their names were put forward by the Líl̓wat Recreation Committee; Lhptaq Councillor Maxine Bruce, Annual Lillooet Lake Rodeo coordinator; and Mr. Elmer Gabriel. Elder Ha7ya, a renowned bull … Continue reading Líĺwat7úl Rodeo Champs Recognized By BC Sports Hall of Fame September 25

Natalie Langmann on how she explained Orange Shirt Day to her four year old

I knew I could count on Natalie, when I wondered out loud "how do I explain Orange Shirt Day to my five year old?" Her explanations of Remembrance Day and the Terry Fox run were so good, I screenshot them, for reference. File under Good (and Age-Appropriate) Answers to Hard Questions. If you're rifling in the … Continue reading Natalie Langmann on how she explained Orange Shirt Day to her four year old

Stone Soup fundraiser for the Farmers Market, Friday 28 September

This Friday, the Pemberton Farmers' Market hosts its 2nd annual Stone Soup Celebration at the downtown Community Barn. Five chefs will partner with one of five different local farms to create delicious soups featuring local produce and product. You get to be the 'judge'! For $10, taste all five soups, place your vote and enjoy … Continue reading Stone Soup fundraiser for the Farmers Market, Friday 28 September

Why I’ll lay out an orange shirt for my 5 year old to wear on Friday

This photo from Orange Shirt Day at Signal Hill from 2016 choked me up when I first saw it - because is there anything more adorable than a pack of kindy kids, first graders and their bigger buddies? Because it makes me feel hopeful, that the future is in their hands, that they are learning … Continue reading Why I’ll lay out an orange shirt for my 5 year old to wear on Friday

Beyond the brainstorm: this is what Ideas look like when they come to life, October 3, Business Start Up program Pitch Event

Cheer on the participants of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Líl̓wat Stl’atl ́imc Business Start Up Program (we've been profiling them here each week) at the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre Wednesday October 3rd, from 6:00-8:30pm. These dedicated community members and entrepreneurs have been working hard over the last eight months to develop their business ideas. Sharing ideas takes … Continue reading Beyond the brainstorm: this is what Ideas look like when they come to life, October 3, Business Start Up program Pitch Event