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27 Jan, 2016

Restaurants to whet your appetite in Langley, BC

Categories: Agritourism, Wine & Food

You can’t go wrong with restaurants here in Langley. But did you know that there are some new restaurants or new menus to tempt your taste buds. 2015 has been a great year of new restaurants here in Langley. If you are looking for the next dinner out with friends or date night try out some of these restaurants for yourself!

08 Jan, 2016

Visit the Fraser Valley!

Categories: Accommodations, Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Itineraries, Shopping & Services, Wine & Food

British Columbia’s Fraser Valley is known for its historical roots, agriculturally rich soils, and awe-inspiring vistas. A great weekend getaway for the discerning traveler, the region boasts a plethora of memorable experiences waiting to be had. Begin with your preference of either luxury accommodations, quaint bed and breakfasts, or rustic campsites, add in a breathtaking adventure, a relaxed farm tour, or some fun family entertainment and your trip to the Fraser Valley will be one you’ll want to relive again and again. The communities of Langley, Abbotsford and Chilliwack are just a stone’s throw away and are sure to charm your socks off.

16 Nov, 2015

Recommendations for how to spend a winter day in Langley, British Columbia

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Itineraries, Wine & Food

Winter is a magical season that, although it often doesn’t seem like it, doesn’t actually begin until the winter solstice on December 22nd. Generally, as soon as Halloween is over, and our pumpkins begin to rot, we change gears and plow head-first into the holiday season.

27 Oct, 2015

Halloween Events & Traditions

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Wine & Food

Halloween is a time to dress up as your favourite character. Costumes range from a Disney Princess, Superhero to a Minion. It is also a time to get scared out of your skin from the haunted houses you go to or scary movies you watch! As I little girl, I always loved dressing up. For a couple years in a row, I was a black cat. Why two years in a row as a black cat? I just loved being a black cat so why not wear it as many Halloween’s as possible!

05 Oct, 2015

Laurica Farms

Categories: Agritourism, Shopping & Services, Wine & Food

When Cathy Finley and her family moved to a five-acre farm in Langley, the plan was a change of pace—not a total change of career. But two years later she’s left her job in social work and is just trying to keep up with the growth of her new family business, Laurica Farm.

21 Sep, 2015

JD Farms

Categories: Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Wine & Food

Okay, who’s excited for Thanksgiving? The golden-brown turkey, bursting with the perfect mix of stuffing, plus all the fixin’s – cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, oh the gravy! Wipe the drool off your chin for a moment and consider this – what if turkey dinner didn’t have to be a once or twice a year kind of thing? What if you could eat turkey every day?

16 Sep, 2015

Outdoor Fall Decor

Categories: Agritourism, Shopping & Services

Fall is a kaleidoscope of color. From the warm reds and oranges of the changing leaves to the soft pale pinks and purples of fall mums and ornamental cabbages. The garden is very much alive as we move into the autumn season and decorating is so fun to do this time of year.

08 Sep, 2015

Kensington Prairie Farm

Category: Agritourism

Here’s something that might blow your mind: alpacas aren’t llamas. Okay, maybe you already knew that, but it’s a common misconception because they look so dang similar. But while they’re from the same family, they’re not the same species. “I just tell people if they have banana ears, they’re llamas,” says Catherine Simpson, who runs Kensington Prairie Farm in Langley, home to 50 alpacas. Alpacas have shorter pointy ears, plus they don’t grow quite as big and they have much softer fleece than their llama cousins. Huh. Now you know.

21 Aug, 2015

Milner Valley Cheese

Category: Agritourism

If you think goat cheese is just the soft, crumbly stuff that comes in a log at the grocery store, you’re missing out on a whole wide world of tasty cheese. Anything you can make from cow milk, you can also make from goat milk, and that’s what has kept Marianne Smith of Langley’s Milner Valley Cheese busy for two decades.

06 May, 2015

5 Mother’s Day Gifts for the Gardener

Categories: Agritourism, Shopping & Services

These gift ideas are perfect for the Mom with two green thumbs. Instead of just buying her flowers or taking her out to brunch, why not give her something she’ll enjoy for months to come.