Words of Encouragement

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Way to go/looking good/running strong/you got this/you rock/keep up the good work: so many phrases meant to boost the spirits of runners have often had a disheartening effect on me. It has become… Continue reading

Naskan Uxwal: the documentary

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The Náskan Ūxwal (I’m Going Home) ceremonial journey took place one year ago to acknowledge and help in the healing journey of the St’át’imc residential school survivors and their families. Explains the St’at’imc… Continue reading

On the one year anniversary of March 24-29 Naskan Uxwal walk, we revisit Tat7ush Peters’ article

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  We have been re-sharing some of Tat7ush Peters’ Question columns at the Wellness Almanac, with her permission. Last year, she explained the Naskan Uxwal walk, and to acknowledge the one year anniversary… Continue reading

Help Pemberton Fire Rescue host their 50th birthday!

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Pemberton Fire Rescue (PFR) is turning 50 in 2019! To mark the occasion, Pemberton Fire Rescue is organizing a 2019 celebration. The Department wants to invite all past members/volunteers, but need the community’s… Continue reading

Pink sky at night: Photo by Victoria Saddleman

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I love it when young people are the ones giving up a shake-yourself dose of wisdom. Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for sharing this moment, and this thought: Life is too short to spend… Continue reading

Pop Up Choir comes to Pemberton Library May 25, all singers invited

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I’ve been in love with the idea of a pop-up choir since seeing Choir!Choir!Choir! perform after David Bowie’s passing. Turning the audience into the performer is their motto. And it’s unbelievably moving. I… Continue reading

The Deer

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Though I often cursed the deer who chomped the heads off my tulips just the day before they blossomed, I miss living with them. In the first year we lived in our old… Continue reading

Artist Shawn Hunt’s Transformation Mask on exhibit at the Audain Art Museum, March 9 – April 9

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Shawn Hunt is a Heiltsuk artist who wants to give people a chance to look through indigenous eyes. And so, he created a mask – with a 3D printer and a HolonLens. Traditionally,… Continue reading

Garden Journalling workshop at the Library, April 7

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Pemberton Multicultural Network, the Dream Makers Community Literacy Colition and Cathy Johnson present a free workshop on companion planting and garden journaling. Learn which plants grow better together and make your own gardening… Continue reading

Great Blue Heron Sightings Wanted

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Great Blue Heron sightings are being sought in the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District (e.g., Pemberton, Whistler, Squamish, D’Arcy and surrounding areas). This is the third season heron sightings are being requested. Reporting heron sightings (i.e.,… Continue reading

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