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**UPDATES - Keep on Rolling to the Free World!
** Update! Feb 18 Slow Roll Cancelled and Feb 19 Slow Roll Rally moved to the Visitor Info Centre. There is a poster going around with the wrong info! The road will not be blocked. That poster was made by a fella out of 150 Mile who wanted to block the road and be a jackass.
Good morning Wildflower!
Yet another incredible turnout on the streets of 100 Mile House!
The rally this week evolved into a space full of sharing, creativity, and conversation.
The signs were more detailed, there was more art, and even the hair was more colourful thanks to the incredibly talented local colour artist Olivia of Heart Throb Hair.
People lined both sides of the street again to demonstrate while the horns of passers-by were blasting! Others gathered to meet and exchange conversation and make plans.
There was a potluck table full of goodies, an espresso station, and an open-mic broadcast that was aired live to the listeners who couldn’t make it.
The 100 Mile Free Press was on scene. Their coverage can be found here .
A noticeable difference at this rally was the children! There were so many; a few of them even made their way to checkout the live open-mic broadcast. One courageous young man (age 8) took the air waves by storm to say his peace (spelling intentional) for the future he believes in for him and his peers. He proclaimed:
”Freedom is the best thing!”
And so it shall be!
Don’t forget to check out the Wildflowers Calendar for this week's known Happenings!
This weeks List of Happenings :
Monday 9:30am 100 Mile Courthouse Testimony to RCMP abuse of power. Wear your housecoat.
Alfred is currently hosting a Will and Testament ‘Clinic’ at A&W on Tuesdays 7:00 - 9:00am. If you haven’t yet been educated by Alfred, this is a great opportunity to do so!
There is an ongoing Tuesday meet-up at 9:00-11:00am on Hwy 97 by Pizza Man. This group has been demonstrating with signs and then going for coffee for solidarity discussions around loss of work to mandates.
Action4Canada meets Tuesday at 2:00pm at the105 Mile Baptist building.
There is an interesting happening in Williams Lake on Wednesday exploring a Food Hub and Food Security. If anyone is able to attend from our area, bring back a blurb for the Village Voice. Hit the contact button! Food security is our future.
Keep on Truckin' on the narrow path of love and light. Great seeing everyone out there playing, converging, and getting active on this wave of autonomous cooperation. Our children’s future is in the balance of the gap between the Old and the New. Let’s continue to come back together in cooperation.