It's a community tradition, and it's returning after a 3 year hiatus. Rain or shine, at the Downtown Community Barn, this Saturday, the Pemberton Barn Dance, annual community fundraiser, shindig and celebration, raising funds for Rotary and Lions Club projects. What started in 1995 as a small single purpose event in the Pemberton Meadows, grew to … Continue reading Pemberton Barn Dance comes home, to the barn, Saturday 26 September
Riva Fisher has a tattoo of Mt Currie running along the length of her ring finger. “What did your parents say?” I ask. “They loved it.” It's the view from the house she grew up in. When she was 18, the Pemberton-raised Fisher spent her first year of University in New Zealand, where her father, … Continue reading How many reasons to dance do you need?
Barn•storm: /ˈbärnˌstôrm: to tour rural districts giving theatrical performances, originally often in barns. ***** TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW at the Mt. Currie Coffee Co (Whistler and Pemberton) the Pemberton Esso and Bike Co. ***** "The Deslondes (formerly Tumbleweeds) are a New Orleans-based country-soul, swamp-boogie band, whose raw, stripped-down sound springs to mind a country-meets-Southern-R&B hybrid rooted … Continue reading Polish your cowboy boots. A Barnstorm is coming. Friday July 10, 7:30pm
A fun filled evening for all and proceeds will support the Downtown Community Barn. Because community comes together when it has a place to gather. The Barn-raising will be underway May 12-24. Tickets to support the project are on sale now at The Village Office, Rona, Esso and the Pemberton Community Centre.
This spring, work will begin to prepare the Frontier Street site for the arrival of 45 master and intern Timber Framers from across North America to raise Pemberton's Community Barn. The Timber Framers Guild will lead a ten day barn raising that also serves as a workshop in timber frame construction. Participants will travel … Continue reading Hug a Timber Framer this Spring