Carolers to make a joyful noise here

“Caroling Caroling Now We Go!” invites you to join them in singing your hearts out for the Aldergrove Food Bank in time for Christmas.

“Caroling Caroling Now We Go!” invites you to join them in singing your hearts out and getting one more load to the Aldergrove Food Bank in time for Christmas.

It takes place on Sunday, December 18, 5:30 until 7 p.m., starting from at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

For those who missed the caroling on Sunday night, here’s another chance. Wear warm proper footwear, long johns, toques, scarves, whatever will keep you warm. Bring a flashlight for song sheets and wear a seasonal hat.

Carol singers will gather at the Athletic Park just before 5:30 p.m., then proceed around the neighbourhood singing and collecting for the Aldergrove Food Bank.

Invite your friends and let’s fill our town with some old fashioned caroling fun!

ARCHIVAL PHOTOS ON SALE

Archival photographs make great gifts and the Langley Centennial Museum can help you with your Christmas shopping.  A  historic photo of their community, home, or even a family member makes an affordable yet treasured gift, and the museum has over 6,000 photos for you to choose from.

First, search the collection at langleymuseum.org to find the image you like. The price of the image depends on the size you’d like, but, as an example, an 8×10 photograph goes for $17, including taxes, so it’s a very affordable gift idea.

Contact curator Kobi Christian at kchristian@tol.ca or 604-533-6090 ext. 5007 to order, or if you have any questions. She’ll get the photo for you and call you when it is ready to be picked up.

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