The market takes place inside the Fort Langley Community Hall. Courtesy Christmas in the Village

Holiday market returns to Fort Langley

The annual Christmas in the Village returns from Dec. 14 to 16 with artisan vendors, food, and more.

A three-day Christmas market returns to the village of Fort Langley this weekend with the 4th annual Christmas in the Village event hosted by the Fort Langley Village Farmers Market.

Malcolm Weatherston, farmers market manager, said more than 50 vendors will be selling things such as prepared food, jams, baked goods, honey, wood art, jewelry, candles, wines, soaps, and more.

“It’s very important to support local industry,” said Weatherston.

“It’s an occasion to present the products and foods made by local people.”

During the market there will be live entertainment of Christmas songs, visits with Santa Claus, and a children’s workshop.

Visitors to the market will also get the chance to see the giant, brightly-lit Christmas tree that stands in front of the Fort Langley Community Hall.

Admission is by donation, with the money benefitting food programs at the Langley Fine Arts School.

Christmas in the Village vendors are inside the Fort Langley Community Hall at 9167 Glover Rd.

The market runs Friday through Sunday, Dec. 14 to 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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