People of all ages are invited to discover a different activity and find a new way to stay fit when the Township of Langley offers Try It Free Week

Week lets residents ‘try it for free’

People of all ages are invited to discover a different activity and find a new way to stay fit

Ever thought about taking on a new activity or finding ways to live a healthier lifestyle?

If so, now is the time to “try it”.

The Township of Langley is encouraging residents to get moving and experience something different with its first Try It Free Week. From September 14 to 19, all community recreation and cultural facilities in the Township will be offering programs and drop-in sessions that the public can try for free.

“We want our customers to be able to experience as many recreational opportunities as they can so they can find something that works for them and enables them to be active for life,” said Township community recreation programmer Stephanie Eby.

During the week, activities for all ages will be offered and people can try as many of them as they like. Classes the public can try include Zumba Kids, Family Bootcamp, and Preteen Basketball, as well as Springboard Diving, Drama Totz, and Mom ‘n’ Toes Art. Registration at is encouraged.

“It is our plan to run a Try It Free Week at the start of every season,” Eby said. “That way, people have an opportunity ‘to try it before they buy it’ and find something that they really enjoy.”

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