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Views of Fernie: Canada Day

Did you see the fireworks in Fernie? We didn’t! I was reading a book in my nice warm, dry, cozy bed. But now that I see Todd Weselake’s photos of the big event I wish….No. No. I don’t. I was happy in my bed. But these are some very cool pics of Fernie and I hope everyone had a wonderful Canada Day weekend. Find more on his facebook page.

Fernie BC - Fireworks at Fernie BC on Canada Day


Where Does The Time Go?

Griz Days 2015 Fernie Winter Festival parade - The Griz, Mayor Mary

We had a such a fun weekend in Fernie, I forgot to post on Small Town Social! That’s what happens when the sun comes out and the kids want to be outside from morning to night.

This next weekend is going to fly by just as quickly. Griz Days are upon us.

I’m not going to list all the events going on in Fernie next weekend because there is this really informative website called ferniegrizdays.com which will making your planning a breeze.


Highlights for us: Dummy Downhill, Craft Fair and the Parade. We will try and watch the fireworks and maybe participate in the scavenger hunt but the rest will be bonus if we see or participate in them. Time flies when you’re having fun.

Did You Know : Fernie’s Canada Day Festivities Has Changed Location

did you know - city of fernie news

The Canada Day festival is no longer at Prentice Park. That’s kind of important information and I would bet 25 cents that someone will show up to Prentice Park looking for a piece of Canada Day cake and will be so sad to find an empty field.

Go to the Aquatic Centre! 250 Pine Ave.


Celebrate Canada – July 1st Music and Event Schedule

celebrate canada2011 schedule
(click on the schedule image for a closer look)

Celebrate Canada In Fernie BC On July 1st, 2011

Celebrate Canada Day in Fernie BC - Prentice Park - Family fun times.

The Dinner Party – Part Eight :: The After Party – Page 93

The Dinner Party - Graphic Novel by Dwight Schenk - Set in Fernie BCPrevious Page

Thunder In The Valley 2010 Tomorrow!

Thunder In The Valley 2010 in Blairemore Alberta

If you’re planning on driving anywhere this weekend, consider taking alternate routes or timing your trip with Thunder In The Valley in mind (unless you’re attending the popular Blairemore Alberta event). It’s gonna get crazy on Highway 3; about 10,000 people (rumoured) attend this event and there’s only one highway.

Thunder In The Valley fireworks commence at 11 pm – but we’re also in the middle of Rum Runner Days, a celebration of roots and culture in the Crowsnest Pass, from July 15th to 18th. Something to think aboot.