Fernwood NRG is a social enterprising non-profit organization run by and for the residents of Fernwood, a neighbourhood in Victoria, BC.
Since 1979, our non-profit organization has provided child care and family programs, as well as offered recreational activities through the Fernwood Community Centre. In August 2005, we purchased the Cornerstone Building, and fourteen months later, we opened the Cornerstone Apartments, which provides affordable housing to four families. Soon after, we opened the Cornerstone Cafe, Fernwood’s living room. In 2008, we built a beautiful house on Yukon Street, the Park Place Apartments, creating affordable housing for six more families. Read more here.
We could not have achieved what we have without our funders, supporters, and friends. Please consider making a donation, and you can help us to continue to create the neighbourhood we all wish we had grown up in.
The Coast Salish Mural, a project funded by My Great Neighbourhood through the City of Victoria, is ready to be unveiled at the Fernwood Community Centre!
You are invited to join […]
13th Annual Victoria Anarchist Bookfair, September 22nd & 23rd
›› Allan Antliff
The Victoria Anarchist Bookfair collective is pleased to announce our 13th annual bookfair at the Fernwood Community Centre, 1240 Gladstone […]
›› Mark Dusseault
Here at the Belfry, our mandate is to produce contemporary theatre, with an emphasis on Canadian plays. We program engaging, exciting and entertaining stories—plays that open a window […]
Fernwood Yoga Den gets new digs
›› Ruben Anderson
Fernwood Yoga Den Open House
Saturday, September 29th, 4-6pm
1310 Gladstone Avenue, main floor
Please join us in our new space, meet our teachers, and […]
Paint-a-pole on Saturday, September 8th on Fernwood’s Pole Painting Day—it’s free!
›› Mila Czemerys
Fernwood has become known for our quirky, colourfully painted telephone poles. Where did all these paintings come from, you […]
›› Adrian White
Nestled in the heart of Fernwood Square, Little June all-day café is the place to go for an early morning smile, an afternoon espresso, or a late-night drink.
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