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Here is the winning griz PIN number for 2019! If this is your number please contact the Chamber of Commerce. Thanks again to our sponsors – Denham GM, Fernie Rotary, City of Fernie, Teck, RDEK, Leavitt Machinery, Super 8, North Coal, Columbia Basin Trust, Fernie Alpine Resort, Telus, 5 Gen Construction, Fortis BC, Fernie Hearth and Home, Claris Media, Save-on Foods, Fernie Brewing Co, Fernie Cardlock, Patti’s Party Rentals, Finning and Not Just Pizza. . . . . . #grizdays #ferniestoke #canadiantuxedo #ferniebc #tourismfernie #winterfestival #canadianrockies #lovefernie #explorebc #kootenaylife #ferniechamberofcommerce
Tag Archives: The Elk Valley
Too bad I’m going to miss it three years in a row now.
“On Sunday, January 13, 2019 Fernie Alpine Resort will say ‘Thank You’ to local communities by offering a FREE day of skiing and riding to the residents of the Elk Valley – Fernie, Elko, Elkford, Grasmere, Jaffray and Sparwood as part of the annual Community Appreciation Day.
Please note that Photo ID and proof of local residency (drivers license, pay stub, utility bill etc) are required to receive the lift ticket. Tickets are only valid on January 13th and snow checks will not be issued on complimentary tickets. Complimentary tickets are available to Elk Valley Residents only…Cranbrook and area residents are welcome to enjoy Community Appreciation Day at Kimberley Alpine Resort on January 13th, 2019.
A fundraising BBQ will also be held on Community Day with all proceeds going towards the Fernie Women’s Resource Centre. Community members can pick up a voucher that is valid for a $6 burger or hot dog in the daylodge. Huge thanks go out to our BBQ sponsors – Sysco.
In addition, Fernie Alpine Resort is inviting Elk Valley Residents that are brand new to the sport of skiing or snowboarding to enjoy a complimentary Telus Learn to Ski or Snowboard beginner group lesson on January 13th as part of the Community Day festivities. There will be 10 adult and 10 child spots available for a complimentary beginner group lesson, complete with lift tickets and rentals. Advance registration is required and will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Registration for the Telus Learn to Ski/Snowboard lessons can be booked at Guest Services Snow School Desk or by calling 250-423-2406.
Don’t forget to stop by the Telus Tent in the plaza for goodies and get the details on the latest in Telus gear.
And head into the Sports Alpine Retail Shop for a special ONE DAY COMMUNITY DAY SALE – All locals can get 20% off helmets and all outerwear and jackets will be 25% off January 13th only. Don’t miss out! “
With a chance to win grocery money, and who wouldn’t love that, just fill out this survey for East Kootenay Early Years. Sounds like they want to find out if you’re getting what you need(ed). Link to survey.
On October 3rd from 6:30 to 9 pm at the Fernie Community Centre a large group of people will be introducing themselves, answering questions and trying to win our votes for the municipal election on October 20th. It’s going to be a tough decision, I believe, since we have a lot of keen community members who want to make a difference in our town. If you want to get a pre-intro, The Free Press has a little Q&A on their website.
I’m excited about this election! Too bad we have to narrow down to only 6.
Public Art Unveiling
June 1, 2018 (12:00pm – 1:00pm)
The City of Fernie, along with Artists Michael Hepher and Paul Reimer, will be officially unveiling “A Hardy Town” sculpture on June 1, 2018 at 12:00 PM at the Fernie Arts Station. The public is invited to join in a short ceremony to unveil the artwork.
This piece was developed to commemorate the 1908 fire that devastated the community. The artists’ focus was to showcase the strength of Fernie and the resiliency of the people who rebuilt the community. The funding stipulated that the art must commemorate a significant community story that has shaped the history of the city and the Great Fire of 1908 was chosen as a dramatic, defining moment for Fernie. “Our piece uses the idea of leaning forward. Philosophically the leaning carries forward the metaphor of people depending on one another for support, their lives interlocking” Hepher stated.
A total of $50,000 in funding was received for the project through a joint application between the City of Fernie and the Fernie Museum to the BC Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Grant Program. The grant required $10,000 of matched funds from the city, which was allocated from the Station Square Redevelopment Project, funded by the Resort Municipality Initiative.
The sculpture will be permanently installed at The Arts Station.