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Mikayla Wust, a recent graduate at TWU, plays the lead in Beau Jest.
First Nations painter Brandon Gabriel created a piece of art for Cranberries Naturally.
Leah Newson is performing in Annie: The Musical in Burnaby starting Feb. 1.
LCMS is welcoming Jon Kimura Parker for the 50th anniversary kick-off concert on Jan. 26.
The Springmans won a Fraser Valley Music Award for their album Happy Beach.
Farm Country Brewing is currently under construction and is planned to open in summer 2019.
Dr. Keith Lamont’s funeral service is on Jan. 20 at the Langley Community Music School
The Big Deal Charity Gala is a night of entertainment, food, and prizes on Feb. 23.
Cellist Ian Hampton is in the top five finalists for the RBC Taylor Prize.
Gateway of Hope shelter lifted the advisory on Jan. 17 due to improved weather conditions.
TLC’s Monte Durham of Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta is coming to Langley for a bridal show.
Kellin Deglan is headed to Brazil at the end of the month to play ball with Team Canada
Langley’s Andrew Wood plays the role of Lieutenant Walker in Night Watch.
Mae Ten Haaf battled a brain tumour much of her young life, and recently returned from Disney World.
Vive les Voyageurs Winter Festival at the Fort takes place Jan. 19 to 20.
Langley Little League baseball extends boundaries to include all of Langley, North Langley, and Aldergrove
The extension allows all children of Langley to play in the Langley Baseball Association.
Langley’s Quintessential jazz band took home the Fraser Valley jazz music award last month.
Amy Kobelt is working on a Masters thesis that brings awareness to local human trafficking.
Embrace a Discarded Animal Society is bringing 70 dogs to a Langley adoption event Jan. 11-13.
An 800-pound rescued Langley pig, named Theodore, is off to a livestock sanctuary on the Island.