Lunch with Chief Skalúlmecw Dean Nelson


Lunch with Chief Skalúlmecw Dean Nelson of the Líl̓wat Nation – In honour of National Truth and Reconciliation Week

Presented by The Pemberton + District Chamber of Commerce

Sponsored by: Whistler Real Estate

Join us for a special lunch event with Chief Skalúlmecw Dean Nelson and Líl̓wat Business Group CEO Rosemary Stager as we come together to commemorate National Truth and Reconciliation Week. This in-person gathering will be held at the scenic Big Sky Golf Club and Fescues Restaurant in Pemberton, BC, Canada.

Come enjoy a delicious meal while engaging in meaningful conversations. Chief Skalúlmecw Dean will share insights and stories while highlighting the significant achievements and developments that the Líl̓wat Nation has experienced in recent years.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with others in our community!

Reserve your spot today!

Members: $30 (enter code: PemChamberMember)

Future members: $35

For more information please contact Pemberton + District Chamber of Commerce Executive Director

Natalie Langmann:

Tickets: $30 for members – Remember to put in code: PemChambermember

$35 for future members


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