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Storyfeast: Family Literacy Day 2018 at Fernie Heritage Library

Join the Fernie Heritage Library for a special celebration of literacy! Drop in programs for all ages between 11:00am-2:00pm.

Posted by Fix on Jan 15, 2018

100 New Child Care Spaces, Improvements To 41 Facilities

Children and families in the Columbia Basin will soon benefit from 100 new licensed child care spaces and new equipment and improvements in 41 facilities. This is thanks to over $1 million from Columbia Basin Trust’s new Child Care Capital Grants program.

Posted by Fix on Jan 14, 2018

Best Place for Kid's Clothing, Toys and Gifts

Yes, you can find everything you need for the kids in your life in Fernie! With a growing little person population, and plenty of little people visitors, the shopping sector has really stepped up. Here are your top picks for 2017.

Posted by Fix on Jan 11, 2018

Wednesday After School: Secret Elf Society at Fernie Heritage Library

Teacher gifts to make and give.  Drop-in and free. Must be ages 7 and up.

Posted by Fix on Nov 26, 2017

Little Critter Race at Elk Valley Nordic Centre

This is a criterium style of ski where participants complete as many laps of a short course as possible in a 40 minute time limit. For every lap of the course completed the skier puts his/her name in for draw prizes.

Posted by Fix on Nov 23, 2017

Meet the Sitter Day at Fernie Heritage Library

Are you a parent of young children looking for a sitter? Are you a teen or tween who is keen to babysit?

Posted by admin on Oct 25, 2017

Brooke’s Lunchbox Battle

A mom of three school-aged children who works full time knows what a nutritious lunch might look like, but she isn’t sure how to make it affordable, timely and find options that actually get consumed by her picky eaters.

Posted by Tiffany Schebesch on Sep 20, 2017

Mountain Kids in The Park

Mountain Kids in The Park is a fun summer program for children (under the age of 6) and their parents. Every Thursday morning in July and August at Rotary Park. ​

Posted by Fix on Jun 14, 2017

All You Need is Love?

Many of us grow up expecting that we will graduate from high school, go on to university or college, meet the man/woman of our dreams, get married, and raise a family. We are socialized in North America to believe that this is "normal". Many of us do just this, and to a large degree, do it successfully. Some of us do it less traditionally; we do it in multi-generational, multi-cultural, sole parent, blended families, and all with a measure of success. What keeps us all on the same page are the values we have, not only as parents, but as a community.

Posted by Anonymous on Jan 28, 2011
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