Remembrance Day 2017, Parade commences 10:30am Saturday, November 11

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99 years ago, on November 11, the “war to end all wars” ended. The poppies at our local stores have attracted my 4 year old’s attention. “What’s that?” “They’re poppies.” “What are they… Continue reading

Boomerang Bags Sewing Circle takes place November 22

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WEDNESDAY November 22, 6pm-9pm will see another Boomerang Bags Sewing Circle take place at the Community Centre. All are welcome to join the movement to help make Pemberton plastic-bag free. This session will… Continue reading

Community Centre and Library closed, November 9 -13

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Stockpile your books and reschedule your workouts! The Pemberton Community Centre and Library will be closed Thursday November 9 to Monday November 13. The building will reopen at 6am on Tuesday, November 14.… Continue reading

Remember the Meager mudslide

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Much of Meager dropped into the valley at the beginning of August seven years ago and the result is still very evident. We flew up there that morning and I remember it like… Continue reading

It doesn’t do it justice, but…

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A few years back, I was wasting time on social media, when a friend posted this message to all her friends: Step away from the computer and take a look outside. I followed… Continue reading

Fall Back. Daylight Saving ends Sunday, November 5 at 2am

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  Don’t forget to turn your clocks back an hour before heading to bed on Saturday night.      

Ground-breaking Ceremony for the new Lil’wat Gas Station

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I’m immensely grateful for Natalie Langmann’s exquisite instagram takeover this week, which kicked off with some of her images from the Ground Breaking Ceremony last Friday for Lil’wat Nation’s new Gas Station. Thanks… Continue reading

Clothes Swap for a Cause, November 4

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Rally around a local family who’ve been dealt an unenviable hand, at the Pemberton Clothing Swap at the Community Centre on Saturday, November 4, from noon until 2pm. $10 entry fee if you… Continue reading

Tundra Lake, as captured by Dave Steers

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Tundra Lake in the Stein is really this amazing colour – I haven’t tweaked the colour at all. It’s one of the amazing places I’ve been lucky enough to see (more than a… Continue reading

Behind the scenes with PEMSAR

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I’ve been lucky enough to be a member of Pemberton Search and Rescue for a while and it’s allowed me to go to places I otherwise would never have seen. This pic is… Continue reading

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