Mayor Val was front and centre last weekend to help kick off the PNE Fair, and specifically a Metro Vancouver exhibit.
Members of the public will learn about — and be wowed by — Metro Vancouver’s many vital services, projects, and initiatives when they visit the regional district’s activation at this summer’s PNE Fair, said Langley City Mayor Val van den Broek.
Until Sept. 6, visitors can explore the Metro Vancouver: Together We Make Our Region Strong showcase – located beside the PNE Fair Amphitheatre and SuperDogs stage.
Through fun and interactive exhibits, visitors can find out more about exciting infrastructure projects, how Metro Vancouver monitors and maintains air quality, the stewardship of regional parks and greenspaces, and more.
Guests will also have the opportunity to win an electric bike by visiting displays for each of Metro Vancouver’s core service areas, said Sav Dhaliwal, Chair of the Metro Vancouver board.
“We are proud to be part of the PNE Fair this summer. It is the biggest outdoor event in our province and its return is a welcome indicator that our region is recovering from the devastating economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Dhaliwal said.
“The PNE Fair also serves as the perfect venue to showcase the many services that Metro Vancouver provides. For instance, the world-class tap water visitors drink while on site is treated and delivered using our regional infrastructure,” he added.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to meet and speak to local leaders from around Metro Vancouver, who will be on location, including Dhaliwal who will be there again Sept. 6.
Also representing Langley was Township Mayor Jack Froese, who will be on hand this past Tuesday, Aug. 31.
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