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12 Oct, 2012

A Haunting Tour into the Past – Fort Langley’s “Grave Tales”

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

Fort Langley offers ghastly, ghostly and eerily erudite October walking tours!

One recent evening, we meet our guide, who’s outfitted in Hudson Bay trader garb. While fortifying ourselves with Fort Wine Company’s cranberry wine, fine BC merlot and delicious local cuisine at Beatniks’ Bistro, Amn Johal introduces us to some of Fort Langley’s monthly themed events. “Grave Tales 2012 itself is based on scholarly Fort Langley research, residents’ insights…and notable paranormal encounters!”

04 Oct, 2012

Local Wine & Turkey Pairings

Categories: Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Wine & Food

Thanksgiving is now only a few days away and if you’re like me, frantically trying to hunt down the perfect sized turkey at the nearest supermarket or local turkey farm, hoping there are still a few boxes of stuffing left on the shelves (I wish I could say I had my own secret recipe), and planning on picking up some of the freshest cranberries at Saturday’s Cranberry Festival in Fort Langley, then you might have also forgotten to pick up a bottle of perfectly paired local wine.

22 Sep, 2012

First Day of Autumn

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

Children are back in school, the heat of the summer has gone, and a crisp breeze makes you zip up your jacket and throw on a scarf. As you head out the door you are met with golden leaves scattered about the lawn at your feet. It’s autumn.

15 Sep, 2012

The 34th Annual Old Fashioned Fall Fair Country Celebration

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture

The 34th Annual Old Fashioned Fall Fair Country Celebration at Campbell Valley Regional Park is a great way to relive your childhood memories of farm animals, Ferris wheels, and funnel cakes.  This September I did just that.  The live music was fantastic as long as you enjoy some good country tunes, and the food vendors were just what you’d expect with the traditional freshly squeezed lemonade, kettle corn, and Ukrainian hut.

01 Aug, 2012

Ride Into History – July 27-29th, 2012

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

On a chilly summer morning, the mosquitoes roamed the plains outside of the Fort Langley National Historic Site. Busy members of Envision Financial, Prospera Credit Union, and Aldergrove Financial Group were putting up tents and preparing for the jam-packed day to come, with the aroma of fresh pancakes cooked by the Lions Club off in the distance. The riders were eager to arrive just after 8am, lining up to receive their packages including a commemorative t-shirt and pin. Dressed head-to-toe in leather and fringe, many riders were raving about the Elvis and Johnny Cash tribute concerts held the night before inside the historic Fort. The Tourism Langley ladies were excited to talk to the riders and had a chance to sign many of them up for a Look At Langley card, giving them access to deals and discounts in Langley while providing valuable information on our community’s offerings.