Tag Archives: fernie heritage library

Youth Programs Through Fernie Heritage Library

Fernie Heritage Library - Back To School Kids Programs - Lego, Creative Programslibrary_teenprograms


Booked! Fernie Writers’ Series


That’s an exciting lineup. I am especially interested to attend the Joseph Boyden and Esi Edugyan readings.

Splish Splash Sploosh

Splish Splash Sploosh Library Summer Event

Splish Splash Sploosh Event Page Info:

“Join us, Fernie Heritage Library, on Thursday July 27th from 3-5PM at the Fernie Aquatic Centre Splash Park for an afternoon of family friendly fun. Music, dancing, bubbles, books from the Book Bike & more!”

We attended Splish Splash Sploosh last year. It is a very popular event and it was hot. It’s most likely going to be hot again so  don’t forget your water, sunscreen and sweat dabbers.

Fernie Library Socials – First Thursday Of Each Month

Fernie Heritage Library - Adult Socials - Discussions and Activities for Grown ups


Thursday, December 1st – Holiday Craftiness

Halloween Howler At Fernie Heritage Library

Outdoor Halloween Howler at Fernie Heritage Library

It’s outside this year! With or without radon, I feel like the basement gets too busy and loud during their holiday events. Outside is a good idea.

If you’re not familiar with Fernie Heritage Library, I believe they’re offering some of the best programming in town. They’re inclusive, creative, fun and inviting to all ages. It truly is the living room of the community. www.fernie.bc.libraries.coop.

Author Reading at Fernie Heritage Library – Donna Macdonald

Donna MacDonald Surviving City Hall at Fernie Heritage Library - Author Reading

Donna Macdonald

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
7 PM – 9 PM

Fernie Heritage Library

From event page:

Based on her 19 years as a city councillor in Nelson, BC, author Donna Macdonald explores the realities of elected life – the written and unwritten rules, and the human experience in her book “Surviving City Hall”.

The stories and experiences Macdonald shares are by turns humorous, surprising and even shocking. But they are always told with respect and the desire to encourage civility as citizens and their elected officials learn to live together in community. Macdonald argues our future depends on it.

The author also reflects on bigger questions, such as what good leadership looks like, the role of women in political life and what democracy and citizen engagement mean.

Fernie Heritage Library Rainy Day Colouring Hour


rainy day fernie bc - downtown

The Fernie Heritage Library is hosting a colouring hour from 3:30 – 4:30 today. It’s pretty gross out there, so you might be looking for something to do.

Just bring your colouring books or use the ones at the library. They also supply colouring pencils. For all ages!

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