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It was all smiles for (l-r) Judy Fischer, Joani Cowan, Dianne Hatt, Jean Clark and Sue Saloka when they launched the book, Flowing Through Time: Stories of Kingfisher and Mabel Lake, at Kingfisher Hall May 27, 2017. The book is the result of four years of hard work to gather, edit and weave together stories of l Kingfisher and Mabel Lake people, places and history. Pick up a copy for $25 at the Kingfisher Farmers’ Market, Vernon Museum, Mabel Lake Farms, Mabel Lake Golf Club and Mabel Lake Resort.

Kingfisher Hall designated a Historical Site, 2015 by the Enderby & District Museum Society. Ted Vroon, Hall Director at the time, installs Historical Marker on front door of the Hall.

Voyageur canoe group, magical summer paddle (2015)

Late autumn reflection: Mabel Lake. Photo by Cam Bateman.

Rafting with Shuswap Paddle Adventures

Grizzlies across from Kingfisher Hall, Harvest Dinner 2015. Photo by Janet Brown.

A good example - driveway plowed out by a friendly Kingfisher neighbour.

An autumn maple on the shores of Mabel Lake. Photo by John Heywood.

Photo by John Heywood (2014)

2016 Christmas Potluck. Concert, to follow.

2017 Jumble Dance

2017 Jumble Dance

2017 Jumble Dance

2017 Corn Roast: The Guests

2017 Corn Roast: Happy people with lovely table decorations

2017 Corn Roast: The equipment for boiling corn

2017 Farmer's Market

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