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Theo is off to Duncan B.C. where he will start a new life at a farm sanctuary. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

WATCH: Langley’s 800-pound pig takes ferry to new Vancouver Island home

Theodore the pig moved to his new home in Duncan on Friday, Jan. 25.

Theo is off to Duncan B.C. where he will start a new life at a farm sanctuary. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
Adam Beggs rehearsing for the upcoming production of “Rabbit Hole.” Courtesy Craig Premack

Guilt and despair portrayed by Langley thespian in production of Rabbit Hole

Langley’s Adam Beggs will be on stage in New Westminster starting Feb. 9.

Adam Beggs rehearsing for the upcoming production of “Rabbit Hole.” Courtesy Craig Premack
Spartan players Carter Bergen and Eric Loeppky at the Bell Let’s Talk event last year. Submitted photo

WATCH: TWU Spartans acknowledge Bell Let’s Talk day this weekend

The TWU Spartans volleyball teams will host a Bell Let’s Talk awareness day this Saturday.

Spartan players Carter Bergen and Eric Loeppky at the Bell Let’s Talk event last year. Submitted photo
(left to right) Mikayla Wust and Sue Backs perform in Gallery 7 Theatre’s production of Beau Jest by James Sherman. Courtesy Dianna Lewis Photography

Langley thespian performs in upcoming rom-com

Mikayla Wust, a recent graduate at TWU, plays the lead in Beau Jest.

(left to right) Mikayla Wust and Sue Backs perform in Gallery 7 Theatre’s production of Beau Jest by James Sherman. Courtesy Dianna Lewis Photography
A brand new mural has gone up at the new location of Cranberries Naturally. Courtesy Brandon Gabriel

WATCH: Kwantlen artist paints and installs Indigenous mural in Fort Langley

First Nations painter Brandon Gabriel created a piece of art for Cranberries Naturally.

A brand new mural has gone up at the new location of Cranberries Naturally. Courtesy Brandon Gabriel
Langley’s Leah Newson (left) is playing the role of Lily in an upcoming production of “Annie: The Musical.” Courtesy Emily Cooper

New Langley resident takes to the stage in upcoming musical

Leah Newson is performing in Annie: The Musical in Burnaby starting Feb. 1.

Langley’s Leah Newson (left) is playing the role of Lily in an upcoming production of “Annie: The Musical.” Courtesy Emily Cooper
Carolyn Granholm said LCMS launched a legacy endowment fund for their 50th anniversary. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

VIDEO: Langley Community Music School celebrates 50th anniversary with a sold-out show

LCMS is welcoming Jon Kimura Parker for the 50th anniversary kick-off concert on Jan. 26.

Carolyn Granholm said LCMS launched a legacy endowment fund for their 50th anniversary. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
The Springmans won the Fraser Valley Music Award in the youth category. Courtesy Brian Bielmann

Family band from Aldergrove wins youth music award

The Springmans won a Fraser Valley Music Award for their album Happy Beach.

The Springmans won the Fraser Valley Music Award in the youth category. Courtesy Brian Bielmann
WATCH: Farm Country Brewing in Langley City expected to open in summer

WATCH: Farm Country Brewing in Langley City expected to open in summer

Farm Country Brewing is currently under construction and is planned to open in summer 2019.

WATCH: Farm Country Brewing in Langley City expected to open in summer
Dr. Keith Lamont passed away on January 3. Courtesy LCMS

Dr. Keith Lamont, founder of Langley Community Music School, passed away at age 89

Dr. Keith Lamont’s funeral service is on Jan. 20 at the Langley Community Music School

Dr. Keith Lamont passed away on January 3. Courtesy LCMS
Alex and Kaylee were matched through the Big Sisters Langley program. Submitted photo

Great Gatsby themed gala to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters Langley

The Big Deal Charity Gala is a night of entertainment, food, and prizes on Feb. 23.

Alex and Kaylee were matched through the Big Sisters Langley program. Submitted photo
Ian Hampton’s book “Jan in 35 Pieces” is nominated for the RBC Taylor Prize. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media

Langley classical musician nominated for Canadian literary award

Cellist Ian Hampton is in the top five finalists for the RBC Taylor Prize.

Ian Hampton’s book “Jan in 35 Pieces” is nominated for the RBC Taylor Prize. Miranda Fatur Black Press Media
Extreme weather alert lifted in Langley

Extreme weather alert lifted in Langley

Gateway of Hope shelter lifted the advisory on Jan. 17 due to improved weather conditions.

Extreme weather alert lifted in Langley
Monte Durham of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress” will be in Langley this weekend. Courtesy www.montedurham.com

TV icon coming to Langley to help future brides ‘say yes to the dress’

TLC’s Monte Durham of Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta is coming to Langley for a bridal show.

Monte Durham of TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress” will be in Langley this weekend. Courtesy www.montedurham.com
Kellin Deglan grew up in Langley and will be playing for Team Canada in the Pan American Games qualifying tournament at the end of January. Courtesy Baseball Canada

Langley-raised catcher to play on Team Canada at Pan Am Games qualifier tournament

Kellin Deglan is headed to Brazil at the end of the month to play ball with Team Canada

Kellin Deglan grew up in Langley and will be playing for Team Canada in the Pan American Games qualifying tournament at the end of January. Courtesy Baseball Canada
Andrew Wood (left) and Brandon Smith are both Langley residents who perform in Surrey Little Theatre’s production of “Night Watch.” Courtesy Lance Peverley

WIN: Langley thespian stars in upcoming ‘psychological thriller’

Langley’s Andrew Wood plays the role of Lieutenant Walker in Night Watch.

Andrew Wood (left) and Brandon Smith are both Langley residents who perform in Surrey Little Theatre’s production of “Night Watch.” Courtesy Lance Peverley
Mae got the chance to meet Cinderella, and dress up like a princess. Submitted photo

Make-A-Wish BC grants Langley girl’s wish

Mae Ten Haaf battled a brain tumour much of her young life, and recently returned from Disney World.

Mae got the chance to meet Cinderella, and dress up like a princess. Submitted photo
Visitors will get the chance learn dancing and listen to music at the Vive les Voyageurs festival. Courtesy Fort Langley National Historic Site

Métis dancing, maple taffy eating, and more at the Fort

Vive les Voyageurs Winter Festival at the Fort takes place Jan. 19 to 20.

Visitors will get the chance learn dancing and listen to music at the Vive les Voyageurs festival. Courtesy Fort Langley National Historic Site
Langley Baseball Association registration is now open for the spring 2019 season. Courtesy Langley Baseball Association

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 Baseball Association registration is now open for the spring 2019 season. Courtesy Langley Baseball Association
(Left to right) Gerald Teichrob, bass, Phyllis Heppner, keyboard, Tyler Friesen, drums, and Doug Dunbar, guitars/sax, make up the members of the Quintessential jazz band. (Submitted photo)

Local jazz band receives note-worthy award

Langley’s Quintessential jazz band took home the Fraser Valley jazz music award last month.

(Left to right) Gerald Teichrob, bass, Phyllis Heppner, keyboard, Tyler Friesen, drums, and Doug Dunbar, guitars/sax, make up the members of the Quintessential jazz band. (Submitted photo)