Pemberton Community Directory
Get to know the Pemberton Valley with these community resources!
The Pemberton Arts & Culture Council is a non-profit organization with close to 100 members including visual artists, photographers, musicians, dancers, and individuals in theatre, literary arts, culinary arts, textile arts, sculpture, jewellery, interactive arts, and more.
The Pemberton Museum collects, preserves, and displays artefacts connected with the history of Pemberton and its surrounding area. The museum has a handful of ongoing programs and events over the summer, including Tea & Tales every Tuesday, and Music at the Museum featuring some of Pemberton’s best musicians.
A staple in the community, The Pemberton Library offers storytime for children, summer reading camps, clubs, and a bunch of other great programs for the community.
The Pemberton Lions Club is a support and volunteer organization for the community. Today, the club has around 15-20 members and continues to provide that support.
Stewardship Pemberton Society is a volunteer based non-profit charitable organization connecting people in the community to nature. Stewardship Pemberton encourages the protection, restoration, and long-term sustainability of the natural environment through education, cooperation, and community involvement.
Pemberton Wildlife Association, founded in 1962, is arguably the oldest association in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor dedicated to promoting conservation, preservation, and the enhancement of wildlife and outdoor recreational resources.
The Pemberton Valley Trail Association maintains Pemberton’s diverse trail network which is known for its old growth forests, mountain creeks, and lakes. The PVTA makes sure even the novice outdoor enthusiast can reconnect with nature thru trails. Whether it be on foot, bike, or horseback, you can enjoy a wild afternoon within walking distance of town.
Pemberton Farmer’s Institute
The Pemberton Farmer’s Institute supports and promotes agriculture in the village of Pemberton, with increased attention being paid to the importance and quality of local food. Members of the institute include seed potato growers, organic producers, agritourism operators, livestock and equestrian, and community members.
The Pemberton & District Chamber of Commerce promotes the commercial, industrial, agricultural, and welfare of Pemberton and its surrounding area.
The Red Devils Alumni came together to ensure that sports teams at Pemberton Secondary School are able to continue to exist. Their annual fundraiser, Day of the Devils, helps fund PSS sports programs: volleyball, soccer, and mountain biking.