Pemberton BMX fundraiser set for November 30

Since checking in this September with Pemberton BMX’s Jessica Hare, the group have been even busier than they were this summer. They’ve presented a bold vision to the Village of Pemberton for the track, hosted an AGM, elected a board of directors, secured a grant from the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation, attended the BMX Track Operators … Continue reading

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Pemberton’s Sweetest Spots, as featured in the June issue of Vancouver Magazine

Pick up the June issue of Vancouver Magazine, and you’ll find local writer Lisa Richardson exhorting Vancouverites to flee the city this summer. All they need to do, to find the sweetest spots on Highway 99, is to keep on trucking through Squamish and Whistler. As Johnny Cash sang, “I’ll meet you on further up … Continue reading

Be beautiful, be useful: Meg Gallup’s functional stoneware

There is a famous William Morris quote that makes me think of Meg Gallup’s pottery: If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. Featured on the “Shelves of Desire” (just try to … Continue reading