Canada Day Scramble

The Fernie Rotary Club acknowledges that the land on which we gather is within the Ktunaxa ?amaki?is, the homeland of the Ktunaxa people.


Take a selfie at the locations hinted below, post it on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #ferniecanadadayscramble and you are entered to win 1 of 15 great local prizes!


The more locations you guess correctly the more entries you have. Fun for the whole family!
Contest runs from 8am until 8pm on Canada Day, July 1 2021.

  1. Snap a shot of yourself with the namesake of this park. This is a great place to start or end a
    float, your four-legged friend loves the name too, but please keep him on leash.
  2. This is the only park in Fernie named after a family physician. He was a long time Rotarian,
    and his family continues to maintain strong ties to our community with an annual
    scholarship.
  3. Wreaths and red flowers are silently left at the base of this monument each fall.
  4. Grr, Woof, Bark! Good Dog! Fido can have a wonderful run in this park run by the Fernie
    Pets Society.
  5. There is more riding and less sliding this time of year at one of Fernie’s favourite
    attractions. Take a selfie with one of the flags located here.
  6. Kids and Herons love this local “watering hole” for the minnows.
  7. Built and maintained by local community members, pros and groms alike love flying high
    here with their bikes.
  8. Take your food to-go and eat in Fernie’s newest pedestrian-only hot spot.
  9. Pay this historical building a visit to learn about Fernie’s history.
  10. Young athletes use this facility for a shot at the pros, locals use it right now to get a shot in
    the arm! Don’t forget to thank our front-line workers!
  11. A landmark for all who enter Fernie, this is a great spot to get the inside track on local
    activities all year round. It is also home to parts of the Akamina #1 from 1907.
  12. Fernie has a world-class culinary scene. Snap a pic “a la carte” at your fave!
    These Moose Are On The Loose!
  13. This antlered pal is into the music scene and keenly looking forward to Wednesday Socials
    coming back.
  14. Now that he is retired, this ungulate loves to do yoga and play a little cards at this local
    community centre.
  15. Reading about the exploits of Rocky & Bullwinkle and learning the Dewey Decimal system
    are this large-footed friend’s favourite things to do.