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John Chamelion released a debut single and is looking for votes from the community.
Langley’s Faith Toronchuk is retiring after her final production in Abbotsford.
Langley’s Reema Garcha donated her kidney to her sister Binn Johal last year.
Myles of Smiles Open Mic Night is held every second Wednesday of the month, starting Feb. 13.
February entertainment in Langley and the surrounding area.
Linda Wack and her husband Kevin are rehearsing to be in a production of Understood Betsy.
Susan Magnusson and Jane Watt teamed up to publish a LCMS history book.
Jacq Ainsworth is directing Theatre in the Country’s Noises Off, which opens Thursday, Feb. 14.
Roberta Higgs has been volunteering at the hospice since her husband passed away in 2011
Elizabeth Viens said there’s no trick to living a long life; it “just happened.”
‘Big’ sister Lee-Anne Kelleher and ‘Little’ sister Emma Raithby met through the program two years ago.
Last December, 27 neglected horses were seized from a property in Langley.
The Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival received a $25,000 grant from Creative BC.
A group of musical theatre students are putting on a production of Mama Mia! starting next week.
On Dec. 15, 2018, 27 horses were seized in a cruelty investigation in Langley.
Wes Darvill is playing with Team Canada in Brazil from Jan. 29 to Feb. 2.
Langley Arts Council is launching a new theatre program for youth on Thursday, Feb. 7.
Blues show, Frank Sinatra tribute, and gospel show to be featured at the summer jazz festival.
The Fidgets comedy trio is putting on a Mousetrap show on Tuesday, Feb. 5.