10:00 AM10:00

Clinton Seedy Sunday

The Clinton Seedy Sunday will be held on Sunday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Clinton Memorial Hall. There will be plant vendors, seed vendors, garden-related information booths, and a children's area set up with garden-related crafts. Lillooet Food Matters members are invited to attend as vendors, contact Susan Swan at 250-459-2224 or  sscountrysquire@gmail.com.

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9:00 AM09:00

Lillooet Seedy Saturday

The 9th Annual Seedy Saturday is coming up on March 11. From 9:00 to 1:00 there will be seed sales and a seed swap. From 2:00 to 5:00, join us for Tiny Talks, a series of short talks about topics such as aquaponics, mushroom growing, naturescaping, permaculture chickens, and food forests. Admission is $2 or by donation. 

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to Mar 28

Farm Film Festival

  • Lillooet Public Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A series of 6 films focussed on sustainable agriculture and the young farmer movement. Check out lillooetcalendar.com for a full description of each film. Presented at the Lillooet Public Library every Tuesday at 7pm starting February 21st.


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to Jun 9

Wild Salmon Caravan

The Salmon Caravan is coming through Xwisten on Wednesday night. Join in for a feast and celebration of the spirit of wild salmon! 

On Wednesday, June 8, meet at Xwisten at 6:00 for a feast, singing, drumming and speakers. Camp overnight if you like!

On Thursday, June 9, there will be a breakfast at 8:00, before the caravan leaves at 9:00 for Cheam, Sto'lo. 

Visit the Wild Salmon Caravan website or Facebook page for more information: 



Dawn Morrison is one of the main organizers -  she is an amazing leader in the food sovereignty world. She is the late Wolverine's niece and a founder of the Working group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty. To read more about her work, check out this link: http://youngagrarians.org/indigenous-food-sovereignty/ 

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11:00 AM11:00

Clinton Seedy Sunday

 Clinton Seedy Sunday is on April 17 from 10 until 3 in the Clinton Memorial Hall. There will be heritage seeds, plants, information and displays and demonstrations for all things gardening. There will be a kids' craft area with garden and sustainability themed crafts. Some vendors will also be selling garden-related items (bird houses, garden books, etc.). A concession on site will have soup, chili, buns and muffins, tea and coffee available. Admission is by donation and everyone is welcome. Anyone wanting to set up a display or for more information can contact Susan Swan at 250-459-2224 (9-4:30 weekdays) or by emailing sscountrysquire@gmail.com.

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