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A Pint for Pemberton Fundraiser

On Saturday April 8th, beer lovers can get their first taste of a new beer by Pemberton Arts Council X The Beer Farmers.

The Pint for Pemberton - English Style Pale Ale will be available for a limited run on tap and in 4 packs. Cans will feature unique artwork by local artist Aurora Moore. Proceeds will support future PAC programs and event.

To honour this crafty collab the Pemberton Arts Council are launching the beer at our Pint for Pemberton Fundraiser on Saturday April 8th, just in time for the Easter weekend.

Families and kids are encouraged to join us between 1pm-4pm for a host  of Easter activities and crafts before the main event kicks off in the evening.

At 7pm the ticketed fundraising event begins with live music from the talented Old Man Grant. Tickets cost $50 each and include a Proudly Pemberton pin.

Come on down to support local arts and get your first tastes of the new brew.



1pm-4pm -Kids Activities and Crafts | $5 per activity (no admission)

Bring your family down to the Beer Farmers from 1pm-4pm to enjoy a selection of easter activities for kids. Stay for a beer to round out the day!

  • Easter Egg Hunt (1pm,2pm,3pm,4pm) 
  • Face Painting
  • Bunny Mask Making
  • Fairy Hair

7pm-9pm | Live Music with Old Man Grant (19+) | $50 Ticket

Join us in rocking the patio from 7pm-9pm with Old Man Grant. Ticket price includes 1 x Proudly Pemberton pin. 

Doors open at 6.30pm.

This event will be outside, so please make sure to dress for the weather, and drink responsibly.


Aurora Warren is an illustrator based in Pemberton. She navigates life by drawing on

everything and anything. Pen and ink has always been her weapon of choice and now she is taking that style with her into the vibrant world of digital art.

We asked Aurora what inspired her designs and this is what she said:

"Last August I had taken some photo’s sitting on the rusty tractor that’s in the field at The Beer farmers. I was very inspired by the colours of the rust and the intricacies of the old machine, so that was always a candidate for a piece. I also drew inspiration from other parts of their idyllic location, the rock wall, the painted sign and of course the incredible mountain views.

I thought about all things Pemberton and how farming, growth and wildlife are all so integral to the character of this community. I also wanted to use colour palette that could describe that dreamy feeling of a day well spent in Pemberton"


WHEN: Saturday April 8th

WHERE:  The Beer Farmers



Kids Activities and Crafts - $5


Live Music with Old Man Grant


Tickets include

  Proudly Pemberton Pin

Inspired by the iconic Pemberton landscape that fuels our creative souls, this limited edition pin is a great way to support the local arts scene.

Pemberton Arts Council

PO Box 1169
Pemberton BC Canada
V0N 2L0

The Pemberton Arts Council operates within the unceded territory of Líl̓wat Nation and honours the language, culture and history of the Lil̓wat7úl.

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