December 1, 2021, marks the 6 month anniversary of Enderby & District Arts Council’s bold new venture – a community art centre. The Enderby Art Emporium, located at 617 Cliff Avenue, opened its doors June 1, 2021, a project created and brought to fruition by the 2020-21 Board of Directors.
Join local churches like Enderby’s St. Andrew’s United Church, businesses such as Red Basket, IGA, and dedicated volunteers in creating a memorable and delicious holiday dinner for those in need! Thanks to Linzy Lunkwist, local vocalist and volunteer coordinator, for helping once again to make a Christmas dinner for everyone
EDEDA would like to welcome the White Buffalo First Nations Co-operative, a Splatsin-created co-op designed to provide a mutual support network for First Nations’ business startups. This unique concept has grown out of the successful Splatsin-TRU Indigenous Tourism Course, hosted by Splatsin Band and Thompson Rivers University. The Co-op is
Interested in following the latest public health particulars regarding vaccine passports and at-the-door passport verification? You can visit the site which has a number of resources, including the public health order written statement, how to tell a vaccine passport and how to download the vaccine checker onto a device, so
In March of 2021, local Splatsin students began a remarkable learning journey. Taking their ideas of ecologically-sustainable businesses, infused with their ancestral mores, values and culture, the students began working with a variety of instructors from Thompson Rivers University. TRU’s Indigenous Tourism course brings together experts in business, finance, entrepreneurship,
Thanks to all from Enderby & District, and beyond, for attending the march at Splatsin Centre on June 21, 2021. The powerful messages from Splatsin Elders and Chief Wayne Christian will be remembered by all. You can watch the Global News footage below Hundreds march in Enderby, B.C. to mark
Join the Chief and council of Splatsin band as they march from Enderby-Mabel Lake Bridge to Splatsin Centre to commemorate solstice and the multitudes of missing children who are now being discovered at Residential Schools across Canada. Stand in solidarity with our Splatsin hosts, honor the longest day of the