Oh, wouldn't it be wonderful if they were. Alas, for now, it seems, the fairies only come to collect baby teeth. The poo is on us. Love this approach from the Village of Pemberton to remind people to scoop the poop. Why Should you Scoop the Poop? One gram of dog waste can contain 23 … Continue reading Poo fairies aren’t real
I have had The Bullet Journal Method on loan from the library for a few weeks now. I tried to return it recently - when I pushed the book across the loans desk, with 8 pages tabbed and marked with scraps of paper, I said "I'm not sure I'm done with this one yet." Marilyn … Continue reading The power of kaizen
On April 8, a few weeks before Earth Day, Nic MacPhee encouraged people on the Pemberton Community Forum to get into the ditches and do a little clean up. (Bonus karma points: she found $10!) She didn't #TrashTag it, nor did she post a before picture, but, Nic unknowingly just joined the coolest global viral … Continue reading Take the #TrashTag Challenge
Join the 1st Annual WWF Canada's Kids' Fun Run in Pemberton, around One Mile Lake, this June 9th (https://www.kidsrunfornature.ca/run-details-pemberton)! This is a race for kids of all ages to raise awareness about World Wildlife Fund - Canada's efforts to protect Canada's wild habitats and ecosystems. Featuring 1 km, 3 km and 5 km course options, this … Continue reading Announcing the debut of the WWF Kids’ Fun Run in Pemberton, June 9
This guest post comes from Claude-Anne Godbout-Gauthier, the Education & Outreach Coordinator at the Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council, to help ensure that the things you're tending in your garden this spring are beneficial to the ecosystem. Is your garden free of invasive plants? Spring has sprung, and the Sea to Sky Invasive Species … Continue reading Is your garden free of invasive plants?
This is exactly how spring makes me feel. Kudos to Shayla Wallace for her amazing eye.
Spring is the season for community fundraisers - with Lip Sync Battles, socials, silent auctions and golf tournaments keeping your calendar packed with good times for great causes. The Red Devils Alumni Association raises funds to ensure local students can participate in sporting events. Tickets are available at Scotiabank, the Legion, or online http://www.reddevilsalumni.com Here's … Continue reading Red Devils Alumni fundraiser: Golf tournament and dinner dance, April 27