Friends of Lillooet Riversheds - Upcoming Events
LILLOOET NATURALIST SOCIETY and CAYOOSE CREEK BAND invite you to join us for exciting and hands-on events.
Open to everyone - adults, families and youth. Free Events.
Check out posters around town ...... Hope to see you there!
2011 Funding through Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, Agriculture Investment Program, Fraser Salmon & Watershed Program, Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation, YWCA Vancouver, Province of BC.
The song "This Mighty River" was written especially for the Salmon in the Canyon Festival 2011 by Erdman Tuemp and sung by Halyna Smolarczuk.
Grizzly Bears Presentation
When: Thursday, June 23rd, 2016, 7 - 8:15 PM
Where: Recreation Centre - Mezzanine
Biologist Robyn Reudink - all about knowledge and protection of habitat for Grizzly Bears.
Admission: By donation to LNS. Everyone Welcome!
Annual Salmon in the Canyon Fraser Fest
Where: Cayoosh Creek Campground
Annual celebration featuring lots of games and activities--children's play area, Farmers Market, local arts and crafts, information booths on environmental and cultural work happening in our area. Salmon BBQ featuring local, harvested foods and salmon from the Fraser River, prepared by the Sek'wel'was community Live music by local performers.
Hosted by Sek'wel'was and Lillooet Naturalist Society.
Garden Tour Activities
Bea Galliazzo at Lillooet Feed Garden and Floral Centre hosted the Garden Tour this year on Saturday, June 14th. View photos take by Ian Routley of the information tables set up on bluebirds by Chris Galliazzo, invasive species by Jacquie Rasmussen, and bats by Vivian Birch-Jones.
Walking with Smolts Community Celebration
This Community Celebration has been held in recent years in April when the young salmon are leaving their natal streams to make the journey to the ocean. They will not be back for a few years and school-aged children and youth take an Interactive Walk along a trail to the Fraser River on a visual journey full of adventure.
Volunteers put together a fantastic program featuring science, music, dance, theatre, games, a traditional St'at'imc ceremony, and a picnic by the river.
The event is hosted by Lillooet Naturalist Society, Lillooet Salmon Talks, Cayoose Creek Sekw'el'was, Splitrock Environmental, community volunteers and other local organizations. Play the above video to see more about the event (click the small 4 arrows icon in the right corner to view in full screen mode).