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The inaugural Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival kicks off at 9:30 a.m. with a parade.
Hosts of the Worst to First reality TV show are hunting for homes to renovate for season 2.
Park operators bill the multi-coloured slide as largest in Western Canada
Book by Virginia Cooke details the life of Jackman, a Royal Engineer and Reeve of Langley
Competition takes place on Sunday, June 22 during Aldergrove Fair Days
This Saturday’s Gone Country - Here for the Cure is a multi-artist show raising money for the cause.
Yes’m Quartet surprised passerby in the downtown.
Fire department crews bring water-filled trucks and hoses to the pool to douse patrons.
It’s going to be a few busy months ahead for the CCMA people’s choice nominee from Langley.
Ballroom, Latin, and tango dance are on the agenda for this Friday’s summer swing.
Does Your Monkey Bite hits the Douglas Park bandshell this Friday for Boppin’ in the Park.
An outdoor space in the centre of the City is becoming well known for offering musical interludes.
Peter Luongo is travelling the world teaching and performing his ukulele.
Inaugural event is about more than music, it’s about celebrating all the arts in the village.
The Aldergrove Fair parade moves to July 1 and the legion branch has family events.
Tuesday, three music school students will host a fundraising concert.
The biggest celebration will be at Willoughby Community Park beside the Langley Events Centre.
The zoo has a special ceremony and other events on the Canada Day longweekend.
Eric Klemm’s first exhibit of his paintings opens Wednesday at Fort Gallery.
Juliet is no shrinking violet, nor is the young Langley actor playing the role.