Hello world, we are SNCKS (pronounced “snacks”). I’m Chantel Vincent, and this is Stephanie Tomney. We are a DJ duo based in Fernie, BC.
(Columbia Basin) – Making changes to ecosystems in the Columbia Basin takes time, which is why four organizations are undertaking long-term projects to create significant, positive impacts. These projects are being supported by Columbia Basin Trust.
Learning French, or any language, is not just songs, flashcards, and books. It is also about being ready to learn, physically and mentally. As Grade 5 and 6 Late French Immersion students, we know that learning a new language requires a healthy body and mindset.
Cauliflower is one of those magical veggies not only high in vitamins C and K, but it’s also a good source of folate (an essential nutrient for cell growth, especially during pregnancy). Cauliflower is fat-free, cholesterol-free, and low in sodium. A one-cup serving contains only 25 calories! I find that it’s filling and really versatile.
In your house, a shoe rack might just be a handy way to keep the entrance tidy and a chair might just be a place to plop into. At Wild Wapiti Playschool in Fernie, such basic items mean so much more.
(Columbia Basin) – In its aim to support people and communities in the Columbia Basin, Columbia Basin Trust is celebrating the release of its new Columbia Basin Management Plan 2024–2034. The overall focus is on health and resilience, with the intention for the plan to guide the Trust’s activities over the coming decade.
Fernie, BC – Get ready for a big food event with heart! The Rotary Club of Fernie is excited to announce Feast for a Cause, happening on May 4, 2024, at the Fernie Community Centre.
This month, a new wireless standard, WiFi 7 (802.11be), will be released. Unless you’re an avid techie or gamer, there’s a good chance you’re still running under WiFi 5 (802.11ac), as that was the dominant standard when everyone was moving to WiFi about ten or so years ago.
As the first annual (hopefully?) Ponies and Planks Skijoring Fundraiser fast approaches, we asked one of the organizers, Simone Bourassa for some tips on how to make the most out of this great afternoon in Fernie!
In an era dominated by technology and mass production, the enduring allure of fabric and fibre arts stands as a testament to human creativity, skill, and tradition. From the modest origins of needle and thread to the intricate tapestries and garments of today, the realm of fabric and fibre arts has evolved into a rich and diverse avenue for expression.