PANCAKE BREAKFAST

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

SEPT 15 | KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS

Breakfast includes coffee, orange juice, sausages and/or bacon, pancakes. $5.00 per person; proceeds go to the Syrian Refuge Committee.
CHAUTAUQUA PANCAKE BREAKFAST
SEPT 16 | 8:00 - 11:00 AM
FERNIE MUSEUM
Join the Knights of Columbus for a hearty breakfast to start your morning before a full day of live music and family entertainment, Art Walk, Doors Open and Art on the Lawn!  $5 per person with proceeds going to the Syrian Refugee Committee, continuing a century-old tradition of welcoming newcomers from around the world to Fernie.
CHAUTAUQUA AFTERNOON TEA
SEPT 17 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM
FERNIE SENIORS CENTRE
Join the Heart's Content Ensemble string quartet at the Chautauqua Afternoon Tea with a menu of Fernie Blend tea by Murchies Tea of Victoria, scones, finger sandwiches, and sweets.
AFTERNOON TEA MENU

AFTERNOON TEA MENU

For over a century, Fernie has had a significant British community, and formal afternoon tea was a tradition among those who immigrated to Fernie from England, Scotland and Wales. Our menu includes our own Fernie Blend tea by Murchies Tea of Victoria; scones with jam, marmalade and Devonshire cream; Coronation chicken, smoked salmon with cream cheese, and cucumber with cress finger sandwiches; and dainties.
LUBOMYR LUCIUK

LUBOMYR LUCIUK

AUTHOR | WITHOUT JUST CAUSE

Lubomyr Luciuk is a full professor of political geography in the Department of Political Science at The Royal Military College of Canada, in Kingston. He is the author, editor or co-editor of 30 books and over 300 opinion editorials published in major Canadian newspapers, including In Fear of the Barbed Wire Fence: Canada's First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920 and Without Just Cause: Canada's First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920. Dr. Luciuk served as director of research for the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association (www.uccla.ca) which spearheaded the campaign to secure symbolic redress and recognition for Canada’s first national internment operations.
COMMUNITY HARVEST DINNER
SEPT 17 | 5:00 - 8:00 PM | FERNIE FAMILY CENTRE
Celebrate the harvest with a turkey dinner with all the trimmings.  Special guest Dr. Lubomyr Luciuk will speak about the Ukrainian experience in western Canada and the internment operations at Morrissey, BC, drawing on his book Without Just Cause: Canada's First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920.
Musical entertainment by Heart's Content Ensemble.  In support of the Fernie Syrian Refugee Committee.
DINING IN FERNIE
Fernie's food scene is eclectic, casual and friendly with the emphasis on fine food from local sources, BC wines and beers, and great company.
Enjoy a burger BC style- a fresh grilled salmon fillet or hand-pressed beef served with all the fixin's on a homemade bun. Savour a perfect steak or woodfired pizza with a pint of local beer or sample dazzling array of international cuisine from mouthwatering curries to sensational sushi and sashimi to South American tapas.
COFFEE SHOPS

COFFEE SHOPS

Need a caffine break during Chautauqua? Fernie offers a number of unique coffee shops within the downtown core, including the Beanpod, Big Bang Bagel, Mugshots, and the Valley Social For those needing a venti Cinnamon Dolce latte, Starbucks is located on the north end of Highway 3 by the Fernie Best Western Hotel.

LUNCH SPOTS

LUNCH SPOTS

From a light lunch to pub food to a full service menu, Fernie's got you covered with popular lunch spots that include Big Bang Bagels, the Brickhouse, the Bridge Bistro, Crumbs Cakery, the Lunchbox, Mugshots Cafe.
CASUAL DINING

CASUAL DINING

For a small mountain town Fernie has a wealth of great casual evening dining options, including the Bridge Bistro, the Loaf, Nevados, the Tandoor & Grill Restaurant, and Yamagoya Sushi.

Doing a little golfing while visiting Fernie? The Fernie Golf Club is one of BC's oldest golf courses, opening in 1918. The Clubhouse Restaurant has fabulous panoramic views from their wraparound deck.
FINE DINING

FINE DINING

Looking for something a little more upscale? Fernie offers a number of fine dining options. From simple to sophisticated, Max Restaurant is known for its creative menu, generous portions and warm mountain hospitality. Regarded as one of Fernie’s best family-friendly dining experiences, Max Restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Max Restaurant, located in the Park Place Lodge, has been a favorite with locals and visitors for over 25 years. Enjoy creative Canadian cuisine served up with genuine mountain hospitality and a generous wine list. Experienced and attentive staff ensure that the dining experience is a pleasurable one. he Island Lake Lodge Tamarack Dining Room has been setting the standard for mountain Cuisine for many years. The French inspired Rocky Mountain Cuisine has recently been documented in a cookbook from Whitecap publishing. The approach to food at Island Lake Lodge is simple; complexity without complication. We use our best efforts to use organic and traditionally raised foods and prepare them with unpretentious flavourings and well-executed techniques. We believe there should be strong connections between plate, planet, people, and culture. It is from this belief that we are committed to the procurement of ethically raised and enviro-wise products and offer them in healthy and balanced dishes. We believe in unprocessed, unrefined, whole foods; ‘real food’. These real foods, traditionally prepared, offer countless flavours and textures and concentrated sources of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Cirque at Fernie Alpine Resort is Fernie's hottest new fine dining restaurant. The Food & Beverage Team at Cirque understand the importance of using absolutely fresh, healthy ingredients that are prepared with utmost care. The menu is a Canadian and European fusion with specialties including fresh oysters and bison carpaccio, new twists on old favourites like elk meatball tagliatelle and truffle fries, and classics including spaghetti bolognaise and eggplant parmigiana. The breakfast and après ski menu is equally tantalizing.