Friday, March 27th

Canadian Cancer Society Spring Daffodil sale March 27th and 28th at Mountainside Market (Radium), Valley Foods and Sobeys (Invermere). Fundraising for life-saving research, patient support and public education.

March 27th and 28th Rink-to-Link competition. Golf and curling competition. $240/team. Call 250-342-3315 or email invermerecurling@shaw.ca to register.

9 a.m.: Bean there, Packed That with Kicking Horse Coffee. $15. A full facility tour of Kicking Horse Coffee. See their roasting and packaging facility, learn about sustainable coffee production from a fairtrade and organic approach. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

11 a.m.: World Tour of Coffee with Eagle Ranch. $15. Taste coffees from seven different countries. Discover what flavours distinguish different regions and countries. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

12 p.m.: Soup lunch at the Edgewater Legion. $6. Last Friday of each month.

1 p.m.: Intro to Cupping with Eagle Ranch. $15. You will learn to evaluate coffees in a comparative setting and learn to identify the most essential flavour traits of coffees. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

3 p.m.: Behind the Label with Kicking Horse Coffee. Free. What is really behind Certified Organic and Certified Fair Trade. What does it mean, and why is it still such a good thing for coffee? Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

4 p.m.: Espresso Pulling, meet at Higher Ground downtown. $20. For professionals and home baristas, learn how to pull the perfect shot every time. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

4 p.m.: Summit Youth Centre (SYC) Netflix, Wifi and Video games night.

5 p.m.: Tea 101 with Invermere Bakery. $15. Participants will sample a white, green, oolong, black and

pu-erh tea, and learn different methods to guarantee the perfect brew. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

7 p.m.: Milk Frothing, meet at Higher Ground downtown. $20. This is a hands on workshop. You will have the opportunity to try steaming, pouring, and latte art. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

7 p.m.: Strands Old House Restaurant presents Amy Bishop and friends. $10. Join us for music, laughter and fun.

7 p.m.: Jam night and benefit at the Edgewater Legion Hall for long time local Ricky Polier. $5 at the door. Sheberdean and the Postmistress hosting.

8 p.m. – 12 a.m.: Toby Creek Film Festival at Jackpine Pub in Panorama.

Saturday, March 28th

Lake Windermere Ambassadors Shoreline Cleanup. In conjunction with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. BBQ at Kinsmen Beach at 1pm to follow.

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.: Coffee Expo at Copper Point Resort. $5 in advance, $10 at the door. Coffee, tea, what goes in it, and what it goes in. Come see it all at The Expo, plus lots of sampling. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

10 a.m.: Easter Crafts with Vera at the Radium Library. Pre-register. Limit 10 children.

10 a.m. – 6 p.m.: Open Singles Crib Tournament, Blind Draw, 3 Game Guarantee. Entry Fee $5. Invermere Legion. Registration at 9:00 a.m.

6 p.m.: Barista Jam at Saftas. Join us for a fun evening of food, drinks, and a Latte Throwdown. This fun competition is open to baristas of all abilities, from home brewers to the pros. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

7 p.m.: SYC movie night with popcorn.

Sunday, March 29th

9 a.m.: Manual Brew at Eagle Ranch $15. Jeremy will walk you through a variety of different manual brew methods including pourover, french press, aeropress. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

11 a.m.: Science Behind the Grind at Invermere Bakery, $10. Do an interactive tasting on understanding how the smallest change in grind can have a big effect on coffee extraction. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

1 p.m.: Coffee and Chocolate Pairing at Invermere Bakery. $15. Pair chocolate and coffee with complimentary and contrasting flavours with the experts from Transcend Coffee. Visit InvermereCoffeeFest.com to register.

7 – 9 p.m.: Trivia Nights at Bears Paw Bar & Grill, hosted by Norm MacDonnell. Sign up in teams of 4, win nightly prizes.

7:30 – 10 p.m.: Fern Lindzon Live, at Christ Church Trinity.

Monday, March 30th

5 – 6 p.m.: CV Figure Skating Club AGM at Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena. There will be a fun on ice skate session with supervision during the meeting. All ages are welcome to come skate.Children under 19 must wear a helmet.

Tuesday, March 31st

theatre. Admission by donation. Featuring the film Project Wild Thing. Film starts at 7:30 p.m. For more information call 341-3554 or email invermere@wildsight.ca

Wednesday, April 1st

4 – 5:30 p.m.: SYC Employment Readiness program. Must pre-register. Email summit.centre@gmail.com or call 250-342-3033.

5 – 8 p.m.: Egg Decorating at the Invermere Library. Supplies provided. Drop-in, all ages welcome. Visit invermere.bclibrary.ca for more info.

6 – 7:30 p.m.: SYC Skills for life program.

Thursday, April 2nd

4 – 6 p.m.: SYC Graphic design program. Must pre-register. Email summit.centre@gmail.com or call 250-342-3033.

4 – 8 p.m.: SYC open gym.

5 – 6 p.m.: Best of BC Wine Tastings in the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort lobby every Thursday. Hosted by our in-house sommelier. $10 admission. Ages 19+. Live music by Kalvin Klassen follows from 6-8pm, and is free to attend.

Friday, April 3rd

Easter paragliding event at Panorama Mountain Resort. For more information contact fly@flyingMax.com

5 – 8 p.m.: 28th Annual Easy Rider Snowboard Cup. April 3 to 5th. Event registration at the Great Hall in Ski Tip Lodge in Panorama, $25 entry fee. Visit panoramaresort.com for more details.