January 2016 Business News

Burma Road Estates
www.burmaroadestates.com

Almost 30 years ago, the Shoesmith family moved to the land straddling Burma Road along the base of Mt. Fernie. Their children grew up in this natural playground. Mountain bike trails tie into the Fernie Trails Alliance network. Hiking trails lead to the summit of Mt. Fernie and into Fairy Creek.

With their children grown, the Shoesmiths decided to share this experience of mountain living to a few select families.

The lots lie nestled in the mature forests and meadows of Mt. Fernie, yet the City of Fernie lies only a couple of minutes away. On the river bench directly above Fernie, with expansive views of Mt. Hosmer to Morrissey Ridge to the Lizard Range, each large one-acre parcel is unique and ready to build with full City of Fernie services (water, sewer, power, gas, data) to the lot.

For a viewing please contact.

Essential Yoga Studio
761 7th Ave 250-423-9672

This month find the tools to challenge yourself and commit to your resolutions. Reboot your metabolism with the Seven Day Yoga Detox starting January 4. Get the support and encouragement you need to make good choices and start 2016 off the right way!

Join Francesca for a transformative Yin Yoga weekend workshop, January 15-17. Yin yoga is a slow-paced and profound practice targeting the deep tissues of the body.

Essential Yoga Studio welcomes Becca Girvin and Elysia Yung! Join Becca and Elysia for a variety of hot yoga and flow classes.

For pricing, information and to sign up for classes or workshops visit essentialyogastudio.com, their Facebook page or download the MindBody App!

Fernie Cardlock
www.ferniecardlock.com

Located at 1592 9th Ave, behind Fernie Real Estate and conveniently just off the highway, and open 24/7 all year round, Fernie Cardlock is now open to the public. Specializing in off-road fuel, but also offering savings for regular gasoline, diesel and marked diesel. Whether you need a 20-litre jerry of dyed gasoline or a 25,000-litre tank of marked diesel, Fernie Cardlock can do it for you and save you money.

A locally owned business that caters to its customers, Fernie Cardlock also helps to raise funds from its Debit purchases for local charities. This January, the recipient is the Joan Delich Kindergym Society.

Fastest pumps in town, accepting Visa, Mastercard and Debit with competitive pricing. Visit their website for further details.

The Fernie Potter’s Guild
601 1st Ave 250-423-4842 

The Fernie Potter’s Guild presents Potter's Bowl, a social night out providing each ticket holder with a handmade bowl of your choice filled with homemade soup/chili, artisan bread from the Loaf Bakery & Restaurant, and decadent desserts. Sip drinks served by Kettle Black Bartending while you sit back, relax, and listen to music. There will also be a silent auction and raffle. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of a much-needed new kiln for the studio. 

Doors open at 6:30pm, February 4 at The Arts Station. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at The Arts Station and Fernie Arts Co-op. Don’t miss this exciting event, as tickets are limited! Check out www.facebook.com/ferniepottery for more information or contact Chris Stockey (250-946-6389) or Helena de Jong (250-278-0465). If you can’t make it but would like to support the pottery studio, you can make a donation by contacting The Arts Station (250-423-4842). 

Fernie Winter Sports School
250-423-2406

Left. Right. Go.

This winter, the Fernie Winter Sports School teamed up with local ski shops to send skiers and boarders to the hill in style. Every purchaser of new technical gear—skis, board, boots—will receive a coupon good for 30% off a session with the Winter Sports School.

New gear opens new territory. Left Right Go gets you there faster.

For more information visit any shop in town or call the Winter Sports School.

Wild Nature Tours
www.wildnaturetours.ca

Wild Nature Tours is a non-profit run by the ElK Valley Wildsight branch. The branch is pleased to announce another season for its winter snowshoe tours.

Choices include a magical snowshoe through the ancient cedars at Island Lake Lodge or a shorter jaunt around the provincial park. Tours are also available form Fernie Alpine Resort. This is a great way to explore the wilderness and connect with the winter environment. The naturalist guides will make each tour unique and fill the hours with educational and entertaining stories. For those looking for a unique adventure, a snowshoe and fondue under the full moon is a perfect choice. Visit wildnaturetours.ca to book your tour today.