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Photo walks offer new views at unique sites throughout Fraser Valley

A Chilliwack photographer has started up Fraser Valley Photo Walks with events running from Langley to Hope

Langley exhibit and sale focuses on remembering loved ones

An annual charity art show and sale, benefiting hospice, will be held this fall in a new home.

  • Aug 11th, 2017

Outdoor movie nights on tap in Langley

At least two opportunities are coming up to catch a flick in a Langley park.

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          WIN: PNE hunts for Fright Night ghouls, Langley Advance hunts for a winner

          A family four-pack of tickets, including four ride passes, are up for grabs to this year’s PNE.

          The Northern Pikes bring 30th anniversary tour to Langley

          Iconic band will perform 1987 debut album in its entirety

          • Aug 9th, 2017

          There’s ‘much ado’ about this year’s Langley Bard productions

          Some of the biggest crowds ever recorded in this year’s outdoor Shakespeare shows.

          VIDEO: Preserving history through song

          Tiller’s Folly frontman Bruce Coughlan shares his passion for B.C. history through music

          Actors wanted for Fright Nights at Playland haunted attraction

          ‘Deformed boogeymen’ and other characters are part of the show

          VIDEO: Langley misfit’s writing of war translates to award

          Aldergrove native Deborah Campbell’s pens a book about searching for a missing friend in Syria.

          • Aug 3rd, 2017

          Langley misfit’s writing of war translates to award

          Aldergrove native Deborah Campbell’s pens a book about searching for a missing friend in Syria.

          • Aug 3rd, 2017

          Remembering a friend and fellow artist with a Fort Langley exhibition

          Artists Edith Krause and Claire Moore remember Jo-Ann Sheen with a retrospective show.

          Meteor Shower Watch returns to Aldergrove

          Regional Park hosts stargazing and camping event on August 12

          FLAGstop Gallery ends summer with seasonal exhibit

          Fort Langley Artists Group open their final show and sale of 2017 on Saturday, Aug. 5.

          Langley poet ventures out of comfort zone with summer story

          Glen Valley’s Susan McCaslin shares a story about falling in love with a man and his Cariboo cabin.

          UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Record crowd at Gone Country raises half million to battle cancer

          An annual cancer fundraising concert, organized by a pair of Langley brothers, raised $520,000.

          Response to charity party moves Langley ‘princess’

          Hundreds of princes and princesses expected at Saturday’s eighth annual White Rock Princess Party.

          VIDEO: Country musicians pull together in Langley to help fire victims

          B.C. Country Music Association partners with Gabby’s and a number of singers to host a concert.

          IN BRIEF: Gallery in Fort Langley celebrates Canada 150 with exhibit

          Seventeen artists use 21 pieces of art to reflect their contemporary vision of Canadian identity.

          VIDEO: Langley twins sell out popular charity country concert

          A pair of Langley boys are helping battle cancer one event at a time. This weekend is Gone Country.