Category Archives: Ideas Galore

David P Smith At The Arts Station

David P Smith in concert in Fernie BC at The Arts Station

“David P. Smith in Concert

November 17th, 8pm

Victoria, BC songwriter David P. Smith has been writing, performing, and recording since 1995. He is essentially a storyteller, his narratives visceral, sometimes hilarious, peering into darkness, stumbling into surreality, lurching back into the everyday, and occupying that honest spot where good C&W dwells.  Musically and sonically he draws on everything from the raw emotion of hard-core country and rhythm and blues, to noise, to folk, to the forms dictated or suggested or discovered on the accordion or piano.” Get your tickets here: Eventbrite

Have a listen:

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Fernie On Instagram : Speaking Of Chinese Food

Fernie On Instagram : Non-Profit & Charity Free Tee Contest

Fernie On Instagram : Wild Heart Therapies Open House On Nov 16th

IFF Films Coming Up

A couple of IFF’s films coming up this winter, Kayak to Klemtu and The Wife. Showing at Vogue Theatre in Fernie. We’re so lucky to have festivals such as this in our small town.

An Adult Registration Fair Is Coming Soon

The Not For Kids Social - Registration Fair for Grown-ups in Fernie BC

“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 information@fernieheritagelibrary.com”

November 8th from 6:30-8pm at Fernie Heritage Library

Tomorrow! The Last Waltz

The Last Waltz for Mark Ferris in Fernie BC at Vogue Movie Theatre

“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

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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.