Fernie Pride Society Annual General Meeting (AGM), followed by a Wine and
Date: Monday, March 25, 2019
Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: The Spruce Room at the Park Place Lodge, 742 BC-3, Fernie, BC
Who: The meeting is open to the public. To vote, a person must be a member in good standing over 18 years of age.
What: Ordinary business including:
- Adopting the agenda;
- Adopting the minutes of the previous AGM;
- Considering and adopting the President’s report;
- Considering and adopting Officers’ and Directors’ reports;
- Reviewing the financial statements;
- Appointing the Auditor(s);
- Electing Directors.
RSVP to email@example.com by 10:00am Friday March 22nd if you are planning to attend.
Election of Directors
NOMINATIONS FOR THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS are now OPEN!
DEADLINE to submit nominations is Monday March 18th, 2019.
There are 5 board positions available for election at this AGM; board seats are for two year terms. 2019 Membership fees must be in good standing prior to the AGM in order for a member to be eligible for a board seat.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a nomination form if you would like to nominate yourself, or someone else to the board.
Time to get ready, Miss Ellen Q is getting on a plane to bring us her brand new show! Here’s what you need to know for Wednesday night!
• Make sure you have a ticket (Freyja on 2nd Ave or EventBrite).
• Doors open at 7:00pm, show starts at 7:30pm.
• This show is fabulous, funny, and because of liquor service it is 19+.
• The bar is cash $$ only.
• Miss Ellen Q will have some fun merchandise for sale so bring a little extra $$ if you need it.
• There will be non-alcoholic beverages as well, we love a sexy sober ride home. 😉
• If you love a beverage pop the # for Kootenay Taxi into your phone 250-423-4408 in case you need it.
So excited to see you there!
Good Morning my Kittens!!!!! The next stop on my tour is fabulous Fernie!!!! We are partnered with Elk Valley/Fernie Pride on this stop!!! This is a “one night only” event so go see the kittens at Freyja to get your tickets! As you know, this is a intimate venue so snatch those tickets up fast! Tickets are also available online at eventbrite. Can’t wait to slay the Arts Station stage again!! Meeeeoooowwwwww!!!
Join us Friday, February 22nd at 7:30pm for a chill evening of fun, friendship, laughter, and yoga at Essential Yoga Studio in Fernie, BC.
This is a yoga session for every body, every level, to come as you are and be present in yourself. Please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in, and a bottle of water. This session is free; we just ask that you RSVP either by indicating that you are ‘going’, or by sending us a private facebook message so we can provide enough room and instruction for everyone.
Beers & Queers is a monthly social event for the LGBTQ2 community hosted by the Fernie Pride Society. This event is proudly sponsored by the East Kootenay Community Credit Union. Everyone is welcome.
Join us Friday, January 11th at 7:30pm at the Valley Social in Fernie for a chill evening of fun, friendship, and laughter. We are going to have fun starting the year off on a SMART foot, setting our goals and intentions for 2019.
Snacks, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate are provided. Wine, beer, and spirits are available for purchase at the bar.
Beers & Queers is a monthly social event for the LGBTQ2 community hosted by the Fernie Pride Society and The Valley Social. This event is proudly sponsored by the East Kootenay Community Credit Union. Everyone is welcome.
Come out to Polar Peek Books tonight to see author Kevin Allen in conversation with Angie Abdou. Our Past Matters: Stories of Gay Calgary, tells the story of Calgary’s gay history through a collection of 70 short stories. Kevin Allen is a local author, who splits his time between Fernie and Calgary.
Hosted by Polar Peek Books and the Fernie Pride Society.
Date: Monday December, 17th
Location: Polar Peek Books, 592 2nd Ave, Fernie, BC
Today is International Transgender Day of Remembrance. It is a day to honour and remember all transgender and non-binary people who have lost their lives to anti-transgender violence.
Tonight we will light a candle with our loved ones to remember all of those who have been harmed. We hope that wherever you are, whoever you are, you are safe and that you will take a moment to light a candle and remember with us.
Tomorrow we will get up and continue to work to make our little part of the world a better place for transgender and non-binary people who deserve to live how they choose, love who they choose, and be treated with kindness, respect, and dignity.
There’s work to be done, and it is not the work of transgender people alone.
How to be an ally in a small town:
• Never stop learning and challenging yourself,
• Correct ignorance and fear when you see it/hear it out in the world,
• Let your local organizations, schools, political representatives know that you are an ally, and you expect that they will be too,
• Post positive messages on your social media,
• Support other people, businesses, and organizations that are working for Pride in your community,
• Support and love each other, because that’s where the best things in life happen.
“Solidarity means showing up, speaking out, saying their names and steadfastly working to change the realities that conspire to put transgender people at risk of violence. We can do better.”
Jay Brown – HRC Foundation