July 2018 Business News
The Curry Bowl
931 7th Ave
The Curry Bowl specializes in Thai curries, hand-rolled samosas and spring rolls, and noodle dishes. A popular summer favourite is the Vietnamese noodle bowl made with lemongrass pork and spring rolls on vermicelli noodles, iceberg lettuce, and cucumbers, drizzled with Nuoc Cham sauce and a garnish of fresh herbs.
New this summer are menu items including tandoori lamb lettuce wraps, lemongrass chicken satay, Thai red curry beef, and summer rolls. Daily featured sandwiches including Bahn mi wraps and tandoori burgers and drink specials are posted on The Curry Bowl Facebook page and visit Currybowlfernie.com to view their menu. This restaurant just off Highway 3 also has a rooftop patio featuring 360-degree views, which has been newly canopied. The perfect spot to relax while sampling cocktails, Canadian wines, and an extensive beer list featuring 50 varieties including local and Canadian craft beer, and a selection from around the world.
East Kootenay HypnoBirthing
East Kootenay HypnoBirthing is now running prenatal education course in Fernie and Cranbrook. HypnoBirthing® The Mongan Method is a unique childbirth education program that incorporates education in special breathing techniques, relaxation, affirmation, visualization, self-hypnosis, and bonding all designed to allow the birthing person to become empowered and confident in using their own natural birthing instincts. This all-encompassing prenatal program teaches you and your birthing companion the joy of experiencing birth in a relaxed, safe and calm environment.
Prepare for your baby’s calm and safe birthing day with five, 2.5-hour sessions learning about topics including how fear affects labour, building positive images of birth, your body’s perfect design, birth companion’s support role, birth’s perfect design, the magical first hour, and the fourth trimester.
For more information, inquiries or to book their site or on Facebook @EastKootenayHB, email email@example.com or call/text Sally Bevand 250-430-1303 (Fernie) or Leah Preston 250-919-0986.
Infinitea T-Bar and Boutique
501 1st Ave
Infinitea now has beer on tap! Having recently partnered with local Kootenay brewery Overtime Beer Works, Infinitea is currently offering Present IPA (Wild West IPA) and Split Wit (Wheat Beer) on tap. Their system allows for frequently rotating taps, so they are excited to showcase the variety of beers available from this up and coming brewery.
Having started less than two years ago, Overtime describes itself as an honest, modest, hardworking craft beer marketed towards the average mountain person. Infinitea hopes the addition of tap beer will work well with their extended 25 person patio which is the only west facing patio in the downtown so it receives sun until the sun goes down. Saturday’s are $5 pint days and Infinitea will be offering jug specials on both Live Music Fridays from 8 pm and BBQ and Beats 6-9pm Sundays throughout the Summer.
Mountain View Dental Centre
1191 7th Ave
The team at Mountain View Dental Centre would like to extend a warm welcome to their newest member, Johanna Hyde.
Joanne moved to Fernie in 2013 after taking part in a race one weekend. Instantly the pull of the town and the friendliness of the people took hold and she called it home. But although she graduated from Trinity College, Dublin with a dental degree it was not accredited in Canada and her love of dentistry led her to move to Winnipeg, Manitoba to graduate after two years with a Canadian Dental Degree. She moves back to Fernie to re-join the Mountain View dental team with a passion for dentistry and a love for the hills. She hopes that her two children follow in her Solomon footsteps and share her love of trail running and looks forward to meeting everyone in Fernie whether it’s in the office or on the trails.
Thunder Meadows Health and Wellness
632 2nd Ave
Thunder Meadows would like to Welcome Marlaina Meinzinger, Registered Massage Therapist to their team.
Marlaina is enthusiastic about helping clients maintain and restore their functional abilities through assessment and a variety of Swedish, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and joint mobilization techniques. Her treatment approach focuses on supporting the natural healing process of the body. This can include injury rehabilitation and prevention, or general relaxation and stress management. Marlaina graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2015, She has enjoyed three years of practice and has treated a wide variety of conditions.
"I look forward to expanding my practice at Thunder Meadows and seeing new faces!"
Thunder Meadows has online booking, is open seven days a week, and does direct billing for Blue Cross. Thundermeadowshealth.ca