On March 24, 25 and 26, The Arts Station will proudly present The Curse of the Lumberjack King, a comedy written by Lindsay Vallance.
Award-winning singer/songwriters who make up the band, Big Little Lions, played their hearts out to a full house at The Arts Station.
Catherine MacLellan, will be stopping in Fernie on March 23 at The Arts Station.
The singer, guitarist and songwriter died Saturday afternoon, in Missouri.
Dirtwire, a southern-states “Swamptronica” band will be bringing their upbeat Electro-world sound to The Royal on Saturday, March 18.
Yukon Blonde, a five-piece West Coast indie rock band tore up the stage at a free outdoor concert at Station Square on March 4.
The Circus Acts Insomniacs caught the attention of Griz Days enthusiasts on the night of March 3.
All Hands On Jane, shredded the stage at The Northern on Thursday night.
The New Groovement will be stopping in Fernie for the first time, on the patio of the Rusty Edge, March 19.
Two mothers unveiled their artwork to the public for the first time on February 23 at The Arts Station.
Goddess Rising will screen ‘Embrace’ a body awareness documentary on March 7 at the Arts Station. The film starts at 7 p.m.
The cast of 'La La Land' had almost finished their acceptance speech before the mistake was caught
Academy Awards on Sunday feature several Canuck contenders
Fred Penner started Stoke Fest off right on Saturday, when he performed classic hits such as Itsy Bitsy Spider, and The Cat Came Back.
Three west-coast musical storytellers graced The Brickhouse with their songs of youth, travel and adventure on February 10.
Nationally acclaimed comedian and actor, Ben Proulx, entertained Fernie on the night of Feb 9, with his raw comedic style.
Advertisers had to tread carefully this year in a divisive political climate.
Juno-nominated Toronto based DJ, Paul Murphy a.k.a Skratch Bastid, made the stop in Fernie to play at The Northern last Saturday night.
On Jan. 14, Okotoks artist Jay Burns performed an entertaining show at the Rusty Edge.
The Vogue Theatre presented its first Indie Film of the new year, giving audience members a look into the mind of an Alzheimer’s victim.
Bryan Rosen and the WhatNow soothed the souls of everyone at Infinitea on Friday the 13th, with their unique reggae sound.
Fernie Friends of Opera is screening films of live stage productions of Mozart’s operas at the Arts Station on the weekend of Jan. 27-29.
Critically acclaimed Canadian novelist, Michael Helm, paid Fernie a visit at the Fernie Heritage Library last Friday.
The Reel Canadian Film Fest is being held on the weekend of January 20 – 22 and will showcase the skill of the nation’s filmmakers.
Legendary local punk-rock band, The Runs took the stage at The Northern on Saturday night.