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John Chamelion has been singing for more than 30 years. Submitted photo

Langley singer-songwriter releases debut single

John Chamelion released a debut single and is looking for votes from the community.

John Chamelion has been singing for more than 30 years. Submitted photo
Faith Toronchuk (centre) poses with cast members of the Starlight Radio series. Courtesy Rick MacDonald

Long-time theatre director puts on final show

Langley’s Faith Toronchuk is retiring after her final production in Abbotsford.

Faith Toronchuk (centre) poses with cast members of the Starlight Radio series. Courtesy Rick MacDonald
Reema Garcha (left) donated a kidney to her sister Binn Johal last year. Submitted photo

Langley organ donor contributes to province’s 2018 transplant record

Langley’s Reema Garcha donated her kidney to her sister Binn Johal last year.

Reema Garcha (left) donated a kidney to her sister Binn Johal last year. Submitted photo
Hugh Barbour will be hosting the “Myles of Smiles Open Mic Nights” in Fort Langley. Submitted photo

Emerging talent invited to new Fort Langley open mic night

Myles of Smiles Open Mic Night is held every second Wednesday of the month, starting Feb. 13.

Hugh Barbour will be hosting the “Myles of Smiles Open Mic Nights” in Fort Langley. Submitted photo
Township of Langley is calling out for artist applications for the upcoming Summer Festival Series. Courtesy Township of Langley

Arts in Brief: Performers, pets, and more in Langley this month

February entertainment in Langley and the surrounding area.

Township of Langley is calling out for artist applications for the upcoming Summer Festival Series. Courtesy Township of Langley
The cast of “Understood Betsy” has more than 30 performers. Courtesy Alea Cook.

Langley couple prepares for first time in the spotlight

Linda Wack and her husband Kevin are rehearsing to be in a production of Understood Betsy.

The cast of “Understood Betsy” has more than 30 performers. Courtesy Alea Cook.
Jane Watt (left) and Susan Magnusson worked together to produce a LCMS history book. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

Langley Community Music School celebrates 50 years with history book, concert series

Susan Magnusson and Jane Watt teamed up to publish a LCMS history book.

Jane Watt (left) and Susan Magnusson worked together to produce a LCMS history book. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
“Noises Off” is coming to Theatre in the Country on Valentine’s Day. Submitted photo

Langley director tackles technicalities in upcoming farce

Jacq Ainsworth is directing Theatre in the Country’s Noises Off, which opens Thursday, Feb. 14.

“Noises Off” is coming to Theatre in the Country on Valentine’s Day. Submitted photo
Langley Hospice Society volunteer Roberta Higgs is running in the upcoming Historic Half. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

Volunteer gives back after using Langley Hospice Society services

Roberta Higgs has been volunteering at the hospice since her husband passed away in 2011

Langley Hospice Society volunteer Roberta Higgs is running in the upcoming Historic Half. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
Elizabeth Viens celebrated her 100th birthday, complete with a party hat reading “eternal youth” and a birthday sash. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

VIDEO: Langley senior celebrates centennial birthday

Elizabeth Viens said there’s no trick to living a long life; it “just happened.”

Elizabeth Viens celebrated her 100th birthday, complete with a party hat reading “eternal youth” and a birthday sash. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
WATCH: Life-long friendship formed at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley

WATCH: Life-long friendship formed at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley

‘Big’ sister Lee-Anne Kelleher and ‘Little’ sister Emma Raithby met through the program two years ago.

WATCH: Life-long friendship formed at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley
Theatre in the Country presents “Noises Off” on Valentine’s day. Submitted photo

Langley’s newest theatre group issues call out

Theatre in the Country is looking for performers for Deathtrap and Little Women – The Musical

  • Jan 30, 2019
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  • Theatre in the Country presents “Noises Off” on Valentine’s day. Submitted photo
    27 horses were seized from a property in Langley last month. Courtesy BC SPCA.

    UPDATE: Senior horse seized in BC SPCA cruelty investigation finds forever home

    Last December, 27 neglected horses were seized from a property in Langley.

    27 horses were seized from a property in Langley last month. Courtesy BC SPCA.
    Swing Aggregation is one of the headliner acts at the festival’s Saturday night performance. Submitted photo

    Fort Langley jazz fest receives funding

    The Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival received a $25,000 grant from Creative BC.

    Swing Aggregation is one of the headliner acts at the festival’s Saturday night performance. Submitted photo
    Breanna Nichols takes the lead role of “Donna.” Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

    Take a chance on Brookswood Secondary’s upcoming musical

    A group of musical theatre students are putting on a production of Mama Mia! starting next week.

    Breanna Nichols takes the lead role of “Donna.” Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
    The horses are now ready for adoption. Courtesy BC SPCA

    Many neglected horses seized from Langley property after cruelty investigation

    On Dec. 15, 2018, 27 horses were seized in a cruelty investigation in Langley.

    The horses are now ready for adoption. Courtesy BC SPCA
    Wes Darvill is headed to Brazil this week to compete at the Pan Am qualifiers. Courtesy Baseball Canada

    Langley infielder says it’s a ‘big honour’ to compete on Team Canada at Pan Am qualifiers

    Wes Darvill is playing with Team Canada in Brazil from Jan. 29 to Feb. 2.

    Wes Darvill is headed to Brazil this week to compete at the Pan Am qualifiers. Courtesy Baseball Canada
    Lana Hart is hard at work making the new Langley Arts Council space look nice. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

    Langley Arts Council offers new theatre classes for youth

    Langley Arts Council is launching a new theatre program for youth on Thursday, Feb. 7.

    Lana Hart is hard at work making the new Langley Arts Council space look nice. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
    Steve Kozak is set to headline the summer jazz festival. Courtesy Andy Cotton

    WATCH: Three headliners announced for Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival

    Blues show, Frank Sinatra tribute, and gospel show to be featured at the summer jazz festival.

    Steve Kozak is set to headline the summer jazz festival. Courtesy Andy Cotton
    Chris Reid, John D Hollingsworth, and Dave Lane are the trio that make up The Fidgets. Submitted photo

    Comedians use mousetraps to fundraise for Walnut Grove Secondary track team

    The Fidgets comedy trio is putting on a Mousetrap show on Tuesday, Feb. 5.

    Chris Reid, John D Hollingsworth, and Dave Lane are the trio that make up The Fidgets. Submitted photo