Now, until the end of June/early July, young animals will be out and about all over the mountain, learning from their parents about the necessities of life and how to survive on their own.
AMFRS thanks residents
The WildLIFE Safety Awareness Program, which is under the Anarchist Mountain Fire Rescue Society (AMFRS), is very proud of how this community has come together to minimize risk of negative wildlife encounters.
This has an overall impact of safety to residents and all who come here to enjoy the area.
Snakes of the Okanagan Similkameen Workshop
AMCS is pleased to welcome back Valerie Maida from the Okanagan Similkameen Stewardship (OSS) to teach us about the snakes of the Okanagan-Similkameen. Participants will learn how to be Snake Smart, and how to minimize the chance of a snake encounter when enjoying the outdoors.
Photo of the Week
Not sure which end has the pot of gold! By Diane Pelle
Do you have a great photo to share? We would love to see it! Submit photos here.
Things to Do
Community Group Purchase Opportunity
In conjunction with our partner programs, AMCS is pleased to
announce discounted prices on group purchases on a number of resident requested items!
Girl Guides Volunteer Opportunity
Yoga on the mountain
Interested in working out those kinks and building strength and flexibility based on functional fitness?
You don’t need to twist yourself into a pretzel or do backbends to join in with Mountain Yogease.
Market on the Mountain
A big thank you to everyone that came out and supported Market on the Mountain. What an amazing success!
The organizers were keeping an eye out on the weather as we were in and out of thunderstorm warnings all day. The Sun Salutations that Brenda Arychuk’s morning yoga group were doing certainly worked as we were treated to a day of peek-a-boo sun. The skies truly opened up about half an hour after the event wrapped up. AMAZING!Continue reading
Another crime attempt
Two homes on Falcon Place were the victims of criminals tampering with entrance gates recently.