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Blowing His Own Horn

Blowing His Own Horn

Cadet Jacob Wall of Aldergrove plays the trumpet as part of the Vernon Army Cadet Summer Training Centre Basic Military Band that provided the music at the graduation parade for the second intake of the two week General Military training course.
Hayley Leech: Keeping Canada’s Metis heritage alive

Hayley Leech: Keeping Canada’s Metis heritage alive

Hayley Leech of Aldergrove is a member of the Fort Langley Jiggers, an offshoot of the “Compaigni V’ni Dansi” Canadian company that teaches and performs traditional and contemporary Metis dance.
Berry bakers to bring their best

Berry bakers to bring their best

The Langley Demonstration Garden is celebrating its 11th annual Open House with a barbeque and Blackberry Bake-Off on Wednesday, August 17. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., guests are encouraged to visit the Demonstration Garden at 4887 – 221 Street to enjoy a locally grown barbeque lunch by donation and indulge in blackberry treats.

Enjoy celestial wonders at the park

All night star gazing comes to Aldergrove Lake Regional Park on Friday, August 19 from 8 p.m. to 10 a.m. the next morning.

Langley goes ‘batty’ in fight against pests

For the second year in a row, Langley Environmental Partners Society (LEPS) is hosting a project called Going Batty, to encourage residents to monitor bat populations.
'Quarters for Conservation' at the zoo

'Quarters for Conservation' at the zoo

The Greater Vancouver Zoo in Aldergrove has launched a new program called Quarters for Conservation, in aid of wildlife field conservation projects around the globe.
Tara Teng: Student takes fight for justice across Canada

Tara Teng: Student takes fight for justice across Canada

Tara Teng, Miss Canada 2011, is taking the fight for justice on the road this summer in a cross-country tour that kicks off August 15 in Vancouver. Ignite the Road to Justice will make its way east to 10 major cities across Canada, with a final stop in Toronto, Sept. 1-4.
Texans Praise Aldergrove Hosts

Texans Praise Aldergrove Hosts

The Texas4000 team stopped off in Aldergrove last week in their trek from Texas to Alaska “to beat cancer.”
'Horsing around Langley' public art

'Horsing around Langley' public art

As a $20,000 beneficiary of the Township of Langley 2010 BC Summer Games the Langley Arts Council is delighted to announce a unique art project that will serve as a legacy to the success of the event for years to come.
Blue Ribbon for Little Ones

Blue Ribbon for Little Ones

Johnny Bion-Hanson, 4, and his miniature pony “Rowdy” admire their first place ribbon at the Abbotsford Agrifair on the weekend.