Happy Holidays from the New Pathways to Gold Society and very best wishes for a peaceful and prosperous New Year.
The New Pathways to Gold Society Board of Directors were in Ashcroft on Thursday for their quarterly meeting and we treated to a tour of the artwork being created for the Harmony Project. Artist Marina Papais explained the unique, original artwork being produced to the directors. The artwork is a unique fusion of styles using mosaics [...]
NPTGS Multiculturalism Director Lily Chow (right) met Premier John Horgan at a monument unveiling ceremony in Victoria on September 10. Lily was among the dignitaries invited to the ceremony in Victoria’s Chinatown. The monument reflects the 2014 apology delivered on behalf of the B.C. legislative assembly to Chinese Canadians for historical wrongs committed by [...]
FraserFEST is a celebration of the Fraser River emphasizing environmental stewardship, First Nations reconciliation and sustainable development to attract people to B.C.’s largest, most iconic river. This year’s festivities included 12 community events staged at venues along the Fraser River, including Fraser Canyon communities like Xatśūll, Williams Lake, Lillooet, Boston Bar, Yale and Hope. [...]
Richard Wright and Barkerville’s Theatre Royal have been taking their “Mrs. McGinley’s Gold Rush Variety Show” on the road to to bring a smile to the faces of people forced from their homes by B.C.’s wildfires and raise a little cash for their relief on the side. They’ve performed in Quesnel and 100 Mile [...]
Save the date! The 4th Annual Barkerville Aboriginal Celebration takes place Saturday, July 15th, 2017, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. Featured performers include the Lhtako Dene Hoop Dancers, St’at’imc Bear Dancers and Xatśūll Drumming, Song, Storytelling (and is that NPTGS First Nations Co-Chair Cheryl Chapman in the bottom right corner of the picture)? This [...]