Fernie Disability Awareness Night

Event Date(s): 
Saturday, June 2, 2018

Promoting disability as a variation of the human experience”

The Canadian Adaptive Network is hosting the Fernie Disability Awareness Night on June 2nd at the Fernie Community Centre.

Grace Brulotte and Scott Courtemanche will be showcasing the community preview of the film “I’mpossible” a documentary of the first physically disabled woman tandem sit skier to heli-ski in Canada.

Special guest Tanelle Bolt from the “Rad Society” will also be presenting. Grace and Tanelle with engage the audience with a question and answer period to finish the evening.

Doors Open 5:00
Dinner from 5:30 to 6:30
Silent Auction at 7:00

The evening is a fundraiser for the Canadian Adaptive Network.

About the Canadian Adaptive Network (CAN)
CAN is a newly formed not-for-profit BC society based in the Elk Valley.  The vision is to be a catalyst for creation of an inclusive society where people with functional limitations have equal opportunity to participate in activities of their choosing and be defined by who they are, rather than by what they can or cannot do. 

CAN’s mission is to build a collaborative network for the coordination of services, creation of effective communication, reinforcement of existing organizations, and provision of a gateway for information regarding best practices, standards for adaptive design, and flexible and diverse programs and facilities aimed at achieving readily recognizable and measurable change. 


Fernie Community Centre


Tickets cost are $20 per person and are available online at www.canadianadaptivenetwork.com and in Fernie at Gearhub Sports and Elevation Showcase.