Category Archives: Activity
“Join us for a FREE BBQ, catered by The Bridge Bistro and made with local ingredients. Enjoy live music by Fernie band, RedGirl. Our Annual General Meeting takes place beforehand at the Best Western from 4 to 5 P.M. Meet the Trust board and ask questions about our work in the region.” – more here.
6-8pm at Fernie Community Centre
“Now in it’s 4th year, this fun event is a colourful walk / run fundraiser event followed by a concert with Hark Raving Sirens.
This is a great family event that raises funds for the Fernie Child Care Society, a local non-profit organization. Come and check out some of our amazing community trails and their beautiful fall colours. Be sure to join us after the race with refreshments and food, prizes and live music by the Hark Raving Sirens.
Register early and receive a free pair of Colour Crawl Sunglasses, while quantities last!
The route is 5 km walk or run with colour stations along the way. Costumes recommended! Plan to get covered in powdered colours so wear clothes that can get dirty and as well as your sunglasses!
All ages welcome! You can enter as a team or as an individual. Prizes awarded for best costumes, fastest time, best team spirit, best team name, most colourful, and more.
Event Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Race Start: Boat Launch parking lot
Race After Party: Arts Station Square (6th Street between 1st and 2nd Ave)
Youth (under 18): $20
Children (under 5): Free”
Also, Fernie Colour Crawl is looking for volunteers. If you’re free, contact Fernie Childcare Society : (250) 423-3313
Fernie Chautauqua kicks off today and goes until Sunday, September 16th. The schedule is so long and vast, you gotta get to their website www.ferniechautauqua.com to see it all. If you’re coming for the weekend, Fernie’s RV Resort has some yurts available. Special!
“Discover Fernie’s amazing water source, how water is used in our community and what happens when we are done with it. Increase your knowledge and awareness of our local watersheds and water-related issues in our community in a this great afternoon walk spent with Lee-Anne Walker, naturalist and director of the Elk River Alliance.” More details here.