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Tea & Tales Aug 8th: Walking Lil'wat Traditional Territory

Tea & Tales Aug 8th: Walking Lil'wat Traditional Territory

Join us at Tea & Tales this Tuesday August 15th for “Walking Through Lil’wat Traditional Territory with Yaqalatqa7 Johnny Jones...  [more]

Tea & Tales August 1st: The Gold Rush! & Canada in 1858 Video

Tea & Tales August 1st: The Gold Rush! & Canada in 1858 Video

The Gold Rush of 1858 passed through the region and Port Pemberton was established as a stopping house along the Douglas Trail...  [more]

Tea & Tales August 1st: The Gold Rush! & Canada in 1858

Tea & Tales August 1st: The Gold Rush! & Canada in 1858

The Gold Rush of 1858 passed through the region and Port Pemberton was established as a stopping house along the Douglas Trail...  [more]

July Newsletter

July Newsletter

Here is the July Newsletter for your reading pleasure, find a cool spot, sit back and relax...  [more]

Tea & Tales July 25th: The Seed Potato Story Video

Tea & Tales July 25th: The Seed Potato Story Video

Thank you to Pemberton Farmer and soil scientist Roxy Kuurne for giving her talk on the Pemberton seed potato industry...  [more]

Tea & Tales July 25th: The Seed Potato Story with Roxy Kuurne

Tea & Tales July 25th: The Seed Potato Story with Roxy Kuurne

In Pemberton, the potato is king!...  [more]

Dr. Ho Chen's Retirement Party

Dr. Ho Chen's Retirement Party

Dr. Ho Chen's retirement party was held at the museum on Saturday...  [more]

Tea & Tales July 18th: Mount Currie Schools

Tea & Tales July 18th: Mount Currie Schools

Thank you to Mámaya7 (Lois Joseph) and Tsínay̓a7 (Georgina Nelson) for giving their presentation on the building of Mt.Currie schools...  [more]

Dr. Ho Chen's Retirement

Dr. Ho Chen's Retirement

Dr. Anthony Ho Chen is greatly known as the friendly family doctor in Pemberton...  [more]

Tea & Tales July 18th: Mount Currie Schools- Saving Lil'wat Language And Culture

Tea & Tales July 18th: Mount Currie Schools- Saving Lil'wat Language And Culture

Join us at Tea & Tales this Tuesday July 18th for “Building Mt.Currie Schools – Saving Lil’wat Culture and Language”. Mámaya7 Lois Joseph and Tsínay̓a7 Georgina Nelson will be presenting the story of how Mt.Currie schools were established that ensure Lil’wat children are immersed in their own language and culture...  [more]

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