Category Archives: Activity
“This is it!
It is happening!
The new Chinese Restaurant is opening at The Old Elevator Restaurant.
It will be opening tomorrow (today, November 7th) from Lunch onwards.
A variety of great food on the menu and a BUFFET!!!
Come check it out and finally enjoy great Chinese food in Fernie!
Just up near the central!”
“The Not For Kids Social: A Registration Fair for Grown-ups Thursday Nov 8th 6:30 – 8 pm
Discover all the clubs, sports, organizations and not-for-profits Fernie has to offer adults. Free snacks, cash bar with beer and cider. Brought to you by Fernie Heritage Library, Fernie Ambassador Program and Fernie Chamber of Commerce. Must be 19+ to attend.
Any questions or for more information, please email email@example.com”
November 8th from 6:30-8pm at Fernie Heritage Library
I’m trying to get out of the house and my kids just mess around and mess around. I gave up. I threw my mittens on the floor, flung my toque away and put my coat on the ground and then walked downstairs…not calmly. Now I’m writing this post, so you have my kids to thank for this one! Perhaps Million Dollar Loan can calm me down, although I think, if only the kids will get ready, a walk in the woods would be a very good idea right now.
“Join us for The Last Waltz in honour of our friend Mark Ferris. By donation only and all proceeds will be donated to The Snow Valley Christmas Cheer Committee run by Jeri and Rhonda. It will be a fun night with a Nova Scotia toonie bar ( we just made that up) and treats. We hope to see you there!”
Friday, October 26, 2018 at 9 PM – 12 AM
My own personal memory of Mark is being downtown at the dumpster painting and Mark would come by playing music and just giving off positive vibes. I believe he was a believer in art in all forms and appreciated anyone else participating in it.
This is definitely going to have a long a** lineup BUT I’m in!! We love brunch.
What a crazy event the Nordic Pumpkin Hunt was! We showed up a 1/2 hr late, not intentionally, but life is how it is, and we were turned away from the pumpkin hunt – although, there were other things we could have waited in long lines for. We decided to have our own pumpkin hunt and snacks at home instead. Honestly, I’m not complaining but I am shocked at how popular this event is. 320 pumpkins sold in 30 minutes. WOWZERS. That’s amazing! I’m so happy for the Nordic Society for organizing an event that everyone loves and wants to be part of.
Also, record turn out for the municipal election this fall. 60% of the eligible voters came out to the polls. Amazing.
What an amazing town we live in.