Mabel Lake Hall

111 Shuswap Falls Rd

Mon Nov 27, 7:00 pm
Mabel Lake Hall

helicopter drying cherriesAt a recent S.E.N.S. meeting in Vernon, residents from Lavington, Coldstream and Spallumcheen shared how Industrial factory farms and orchards have had a drastic impact on their lives and their communities.

They warned that once these operations take root it is impossible to stop them, and told us that since some may be planning to come our way we would be well advised to act now to protect our valley from a fate similar to theirs.

They told how air and water pollution, constant deafening noise and large temporary workers' camps have taken away their peace of mind, decreased the value of their properties and made it impossible for traditional farms to co-exist.

Sun Dec 3, 3:30 pm
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4:30 Carol Singing & Hand Made Gift Display & Sale
5:00 Turkey and potluck dinner

What an absolutely wonderful event we had! 98 people at last count, or was it 100? Delicious food, Terri makes the tastiest turkey (2 of them, thanks to a big discount from Sheardown's!) and gravy, and as usual desserts were to die for.

Live Christmas music and conversation rounded up this delightful event. Thanks to all who showed up and especially to all who organized, decorated, played music and cooked!

Sun Oct 8, 8:00 am
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Details expressly private.

Tue Sep 26, 10:30 am
Mabel Lake Hall

Cherryville Elementary students and their teacher Julie met with Huguette Allen and Claude Labine who provided a short course consisting of:

A - Why should we care about a river? 

B - What is the Shuswap River?  

C - Who else drinks from and lives in this river? 

Wed Oct 4, 6:30 pm
Mabel Lake Hall

Raffle ♦ Concession ♦ 50/50

Doors open at 6:00 pm; Bingo starts at 6:30.

Sun Sep 17, 11:00 am
Mabel Lake Hall

The traditional Fall Fair at the Mabel Lake Community hall will not be held this year.

Instead we'll be organizing an afternoon event to punctuate Charles Reuchel's River Cleanup.