Give paddling a try at Pemberton Canoe Assocation’s Open House Sunday July 2 12pm – 2pm at One Mile Lake

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If you’re at all inspired by the success of Pemberton’s amazing Laoyam Eagles, then stop by One Mile Lake on Sunday at noon, and give paddling a try, at the Pemberton Canoe Association… Continue reading

The Leap Manifesto invites you to approach Canada Day differently

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Here’s the email that landed in my in-box. I’ve borrowed this book from the library. I’m interested in decolonizing my mind. I’m also interested in knowing what you think. Dear XXX, Like many… Continue reading

Canada Day Celebrations at the Pemberton & District Community Centre on Saturday

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Join your community at the Pemberton and District Community Centre this Saturday, July 1st to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday! Free family friendly fun for all! SPUD RUN 3k + 10k all ages run… Continue reading

Pemberton’s first Children’s Art Festival takes place at the Museum Friday at 1pm

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Free refreshments, crafts and entertainment at the Museum on Friday, 1pm – 4pm, as the Pemberton Museum and the Pemberton Arts Council come together to host the first Children’s Art Festival in Pemberton.… Continue reading

Sailor’s Delight, No Ships in Sight. Amie Le Blanc caught last weekend’s sunset. It was worth throwing back to.

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A Throwback Thursday moment, to last weekend’s incredible sunset that filed my Facebook and instagram feeds with crowd-shared awe, and that Amie Le Blanc was happily in town for, and able to capture… Continue reading

Whistler Film Festival offers Aboriginal Filmmaker Fellowship for up to 6 emerging film artists with short films, webisode projects or TV pilots

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The WFF Aboriginal Filmmaker Fellowship is a four-day project development program. Indigenous cinema is not simply a niche, special-interest cinema, but a global cinema. Indigenous filmmakers are not only giving voice to their… Continue reading

Kiran Pal-Pross reflects on what a refugee family might discover if they were perusing our instagram

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This is a guest post from Kiran Pal-Pross to recap the Pemberton Refugee Resettlement Group’s weeklong takeover of our instagram account. I would have liked to send a video to our refugee family,… Continue reading

CBC recognizes short film “Taken Away” produced by local students from Xet̓ólacw School

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On National Aboriginal Day, June 21, CBC news featured the work of a four grade 11  Lílwat Nation filmmakers. Hanna Jones, Chantal Thomas, Mallory Ritchie and Sarah Joe from the Xet̓ólacw Community School… Continue reading

Trading in Facebook for face time

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My spousally acquired health benefits expire when the ski season ends, so in April, I decided to make a last minute, literally down to the wire, effort at addressing a chronically neglected issue… Continue reading

ISO Seed Saving Guru. With the launch of the Pemberton Seed Library, Dawn Johnson gives herself (and you) permission to learn as you go

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The seeds of my favourite winter squash were piling up nicely on a piece of paper towel last fall. I was feeling slightly smug that I remembered to save them from my favourite… Continue reading

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