The Slocan Ramblers will be at The Arts Station on May 8th, 8 pm. Come out and get some live music in your life – it’s good for the soul. Tickets available on Eventbrite.
“Hey Fernie! Swing by the Community Centre today to test drive one of two plug-in hybrid vehicles! We have the Mitsubishi Outlander and Chrysler Pacifica models.
Bring your license, and that’s about it.”
Spring Craft Fair
With all the birds coming back to the area, this image really stood out to me from Instagram…plus, this is a really cool shot.
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I’m going to be in Calgary for a market at the end of the month and I’m thinking “What shows are playing?” So i find this concert playing on the first night I’m in the big city and it’s The Beaches. I check them out. They’re okay BUT Taylor Knox is opening up for The Beaches and I would totally go to that show just to see Mr. Knox. Mr. Knox sews socks on box for fox, sir. What do you think?
“Ken Whiteley is one of Canada’s most respected “roots” musicians. Drawing on his incredibly rich background in blues, gospel and folk styles, this 7 time Juno award nominee is always a wonderful addition to any festival or concert series. A prolific songwriter, a gifted and versatile instrumentalist and a powerful singer, Whiteley’s music communicates themes of freedom, love, spiritual aspiration and social comment. His performances are presented with particapatory humor, grace and energy.
Thursday April 12th, 8pm, doors at 7.30pm.
Members $15 / Youth Member $10
Non-members $20 / Youth $14
Sponsored by the City of Fernie, BC Arts Council, Park Place Lodge and Freshies.”