From City of Fernie’s Facebook page:
“The City of Fernie is excited to support and encourage our residents to participate in the #FernieStreak Challenge. City Council and staff will be participating. Are you up for the challenge?
WHAT? Nordic Ski, Bike, Run or Hike outside, on your own time, for a minimum of 30 minutes, on consecutive days, for the entire month of January.
PROVE IT: Simply grab yourself a copy of January Fernix Fix, where you’ll find you very own #FernieStreak calendar. Track your progress and post pictures of your adventures on social media using #FernieStreak. At the end of the month, submit a photo of your action-packed calendar to firstname.lastname@example.org, for a chance to win!
Don’t go it alone, grab friends or colleagues – it’s the perfect way to kick off 2019!”
Have you heard of the Fernie Junior Rippers? You may have seen the signs around town, on the trails, with little animal silhouettes. This is a brilliant new (I think it’s new) summer mountain bike challenge for kids. There’s a map, found in the Summer Fernie Fix edition or online, of all the spots you need to get to, and once you do you pick up a Fernie Junior Ripper badge at one of the local bike shops. I love the idea. My kids have done 5 out of 7 of the checkpoints in their age range and each of them loved finding the signs, the mountain bike experiences and going to pick up their prize.
And who doesn’t love a little scavenger hunt, especially when you can do it on a bike?!
That’s amazing! Congrats, Fernie Fix on such amazing longevity and continued passion for the town of Fernie. I think it would be hard to put a magazine together for such a small town and keep it fresh and awesome but they do it!
For their 100th issue they’re asking for people to fill out a questionnaire to be considered for the special April 2015 issue. It’s like those Fernie Local profiles but with everyone. You can find a questionnaire at Freshies, Big Bang Bagels and Mugshots or online.
If you’re curious who was voted BEST OF FERNIE, well, the Fernie Fix results are in for 2014. You can also find out who or what was voted second and third best of Fernie.
I’m a little shocked “drawing happy faces with crayons” isn’t the most popular indoor activity in Fernie. It certainly is in our house.
From Vogue Theatre’s website…
“ALL.I.CAN Fernie Premiere at the Vogue Theatre
Thursday, October 27, 2011
The rumours are true – Fernie has its own premiere of the much anticipated film ALL.I.CAN by the Rocky Mountain Sherpas! Co-hosted by The Fernie Fix and Island Lake the film will be shown at the Vogue Theatre at 7pm with the after party at the Central to follow with Fernie’s Shred Kelly!
Tickets are $12 and will be available at Midge’s Mags and Movies and the Island Lake office downtown. More information to follow, but mark your calendars now to ensure you don’t miss this awesome event!”
January 9th, 2011 at Fernie Alpine Resort.