A St. Patrick's theme attracted a crowd of green-wearing square dancers to the Aldergrove OAP Hall on Sunday

Dosey-do with Guys ‘n’ Gals

Hosted by Guys 'n' Gals, the weekly dances here welcome newcomers to the fun

A St. Patrick’s theme attracted a crowd of green-wearing square dancers to the Aldergrove OAP Hall on Sunday, March 16.

Hosted by Guys ‘n’ Gals, the weekly dances here welcome newcomers to the fun with the first three times free for all beginners.

Callers-instructors Tyler Wagner and Wendy Krueger guide the beginners through the steps from 12:30 to 2::15 p.m. every Sunday, followed by mainstream-plus dances with beginner rounds from 2:30 to 4 p.m., at the Aldergrove OAP Hall, 3015 – 273 Street.

The hall has a hardwood dance floor and air conditioning, and coffee is served during the break.

Cost is $5 for members and $6 for visitors.

For more information see the website region2squaredance.bc.ca or call Wendy at 778-878-4244 or Tyler at 604-817-9350.

Just Posted

Langley chamber joins call to kill ‘no pipeline ever’ law

Bill C-69 will hurt the local Langley economy, Chamber warns

Langley baseball team brings aid to Puerto Rico

Blaze raised $50,000 for the trip to

World Day of Prayer returns to Langley

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church is hosting the annual day on March 1.

Young Langley family plagued by angry cab customers

A couple rents a house formerly used by a cab firm, and unwelcome visitors knocking.

Woman groped on Langley’s 208th Street

Police are asking for tips to identify the man responsible.

70% of Canadians agree with mandatory vaccines for children: poll

The debate for pro and anti vaccinations has heated up after a measles outbreak in Vancouver

UPDATE: Woman, off-duty cop in critical condition after stabbing outside B.C. elementary school

The officer was interceding in an alleged assault when he and the woman were stabbed

5 to start your day

Two people are in critical condition after stabbing, searchers recover body of missing snowshoer and more

‘A little baloney’ in PM’s claim about solicitor-client privilege on SNC-Lavalin

The Conservatives and NDP want Trudeau to waive that privilege so Wilson-Raybould can offer her side of the story

Proposed edible pot rules are wasteful, would leave products tasteless: critics

When Canada legalized weed last fall, it only allowed fresh or dried bud, oil, plants and seeds

Samsung folding phone is different – but also almost $2,000

But most analysts see a limited market for foldable-screen phones

Alcohol policies fizzle for Canadian governments as harms overflow: reports

About 80 per cent of Canadians drink, and most enjoy a drink or two

Most Read