Ski Heritage Street Party Tomorrow Night

50 years of skiing ski heritage street party downtown

  • Mar. 22, 2012 9:00 a.m.

 

Friday March 23rd

50th Celebration in Historic Downtown 6pm-10pm, FREE!

Dress up in your best ski heritage attire for your chance to win prizes! Pull out that funky ugly ski sweater or one piece suit!

6:00pm-7:00pm Family/Kids Scavenger Hunt – Meet at the Fernie Museum

6:00pm-9:30pm Outdoor Beer Gardens hosted by the Fernie Curling Club

6:30pm LIVE on Stage – Red Girl

7:00pm 50th Aniversary Cake Cutting

7:15pm LIVE on Stage – Red Girl

7:45pm Fernie Ski Videos & Slideshow on the big screen (weather dependent)

8:00pm-10:00pm LIVE on Stage – 5 Horse Death

Hailing from Rossland BC in the West Kootenays, Five Horse Death are the original ‘Red Mountain Criminals’. All seasoned musicians in their own right, they combine elements of bluegrass, riff driven rock and roll, country and a good spoonful of funk, to get your booties shaking.

Bradley Mackay’s soulful original songwriting and rustic vocals are well supported by Gabe Gaudet (The Toques) on banjo and guitar and a water tight rhythm section. Come get a feel of what its like to be a Ski Refugee.

 

For a full schedule of Ski Heritage Week events, visit http://www.tourismfernie.com/events/50th-anniversary-ski-heritage-week

 

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