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Fernie On Instagram : One Hand Clapping By Keith Liggett

Did You Know : Skating On Christmas Eve

did you know - city of fernie news

From the City of Fernie: Join us at the Fernie Memorial Arena Christmas Eve for public skating from 1:00pm to 3:00pm!  The season Skating Schedule is available online.

Canada’s 150th Anniversary – Get A Free Pass To National Parks For 2017!

Parks Canada 150 years - Discovery Pass“For all of 2017 this pass gives you unlimited opportunities to enjoy National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas and National Historic Sites across the country!

Please note:

  • You only need to order one pass for your group or family if you are all travelling together. A 2017 Discovery Pass is valid for everyone arriving in the same vehicle at a national park, or arriving together at a marine conservation area or historic site.
  • The Discovery Pass is only accepted at national historic sites which are operated by Parks Canada.
  • Activities such as tours or parking that normally carry a separate fee may not be covered by the Discovery Pass.
  • Camping fees are not included with the Discovery Pass
  • Validity Period: January 1st 2017 to December 31st 2017.
  • Display: The 2017 Discovery Pass must be hung from the rear view mirror of the vehicle facing forward or it can be placed on the front driver side dashboard facing up.

If you have questions regarding the above information, please contact our National Information Service at 1-888-773-8888 or  information@pc.gc.ca.”

Thanks, Dawn Deydey, for sharing this!

Free Dance Classes With Melanie Jolicoeur



Bibbity Bobbity Boo Today! What A Great Weekend In Fernie.

2015 Bibbity Bobbity Boo Fernie Children's Festival

Found On Twitter : I Hear We’re Going To Rock!

Spider Expert Coming To Fernie Heritage Library

Fernie Heritage LibraryFrom Fernie Heritage Library’s website:

“On Thursday, July 30th at the library 7:00 pm,

Royal BC Museum Entomology Senior Collections Manager Claudia Copley, BC’s foremost spider expert and her team will shed light on the province’s rich spider diversity.

Everyone is welcome, it’s free and bring your own spiders if you have any you would like identified.”