Mabel Lake Hall

111 Shuswap Falls Rd

Mon Oct 21 (All day)
Mabel Lake Hall
Sun Aug 11 (All day) to Fri Aug 16 (All day)
Mabel Lake Hall
Fri Aug 31 (All day)
Mabel Lake Hall

The new well has been drilled. The 24-hour test ran (Jun 21-22) at 20 gal./min.

Jim the driller has drunk the water, so it's probably OK; Jim? Jim?

August 3 the trench was dug from the well to the Hall, and Mal Johnston installed the pump and connected the water supply to the pressure tank in the Hall, so we have water from the new well!

Mal volunteered his time and that of his employee Jeff.
With the trench already dug from the Hall to the well, which is halfway to the gazebos, we continued a shallow trench onward to them, and laid electric and ethernet cables to connect power and internet from the Hall to the gazebos.
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.

Sat Sep 29, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Mabel Lake Hall
River Cleanup Paddle Event
Bring the Family

Calling all volunteers with canoes, kayaks, SUP's or other human powered craft!  

We need your help to clean up the Middle Shuswap River.  It's FREE, fun, and a great way to paddle this beautiful river with some wonderful people.  Please register.
(Participants receive a 10% discount on all 2018 and 2019 river canoeing courses by Elements Adventure !)

This year’s clean-up takes place on the Middle Shuswap River, beginning at the Mabel Lake Community Hall and heading downstream toward Mabel Lake. Volunteers will clean up on foot in the area below Wilsey Dam, while those who wish to paddle will head downstream. Anyone with a human-powered watercraft is welcome to join in (prior river paddling experience is recommended; safety information will be provided). Charles will have canoes and safety equipment available for rent for those who reserve them in advance.

The event ends about 4:00pm back at the Hall. Chili and hot drinks will be provided by the Mabel Lake Community Club.

Registration is required for this event. For this, or further information see the Elements Adventures website, or call or text 250-308-8924.

8:30 AM: Meet at the Mabel Lake Community Hall with your gloves, snacks, water, lunch and appropriate clothing. Help pick up trash on shore or join the flotilla. Boats and paddling equipment are not provided, but are available to rent upon request

3:00 PM: Paddlers will arrive at Bill and Angel Huwer's with the trash they have gathered, and driven to their vehicles at Mabel Lake Hall. While some are shuttling paddlers, others will be sorting the trash and preparing burgers and drinks.

4:00 PM: Food!

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