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Sat Aug 18, 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Mabel Lake Hall

Jada, Geoff, kids & bubblesThe food is great (because everyone contributes) and the performances wow the crowd at the Mabel Lake Club's 100 mile Potluck and Talent Show!

This will be the third year that the Club holds this event, and judging by previous years' successes, it won't be its last.

Bring a dish made with local ingredients, and display your talent — music, dance or anything you please.

Come share the bounty of local ingredients and each other's creativity while discovering local talent. Prepare your favorite dish using local ingredients and bring the recipe if you can!

Last year's food and show of talent were discoveries enjoyed by everyone.

If you're interested in taking part in the talent show, please contact us asap so we can schedule the show.
 
5:00: arrival and set up of dishes - Cash Bar opens
6:00: Potluck Dinner
7:00: Show
Mabel Lake Hall

The new well has been drilled.

First indications show production of 50 gallons per minute. The 24-hour test ran (Jun 21-22) at 20 gal./min.

Then we'll have to see if the water is good. Jim the driller has drunk it, so it's probably OK; Jim? Jim?

More news soon.

Fri Sep 28, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Mabel Lake Hall

“The Coyote Calls your Name” Field Day and Social

Over the past 12 years, the Hesketh family, friends, and fellow stewards have hosted field days showcasing how the ranching community can work to protect and enhance the environment through promoting sustainable and innovative land management practices.

Inspired by the story of "The Legend of Shuswap Falls" Lee invites you to attend this year's tour and jollification.

Click here for Agenda (times & places).

The Legend of Shuswap Falls

A long , long time ago when the world was young and fresh, before hatred, greed and strife entered, and all was peace and happiness, and all animals lived harmoniously together, the bear, elk, fox, Coyote and all animals and birds were ancestors of human beings.

Sun Aug 12 (All day) to Fri Aug 17 (All day)
Mabel Lake Hall

Jam Camp on the River is returning to the Mabel Lake Community Hall (registration closed July 1).

Jam Camp is a musical adventure for families of all ages and musical experience. Jam Campers camp with our multinational crew of facilitators, and explore music that celebrates life, nature, and cultural diversity. From African drumming to Celtic fiddling, Jam Camp encourages families to use their instruments to jam with other musicians and to create new, original songs.

This camp is great for families with young children as well as teens, and we welcome adults who come ready for musical adventure.