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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!

19 Oct, 2015

Greater Vancouver Zoo

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

A whole lot can change in 45 years. As the Greater Vancouver Zoo dusts off after their 45th anniversary celebrations this summer, it’s pretty clear just how true that is. When the zoo first opened in 1970 it was a game farm with lots of animals and small enclosures. Today, the zoo’s philosophy has done a 180 and the focus is on large enclosures for animals that are either captive-bred, rescued or former pets—and their needs come first.

14 Oct, 2015

Chilling tales from beyond the Grave

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

As a young girl, I was always curious about ghost stories. I use to read the Scary Stories to tell in the Dark collected from folklore by Alvin Schwartz, which at the time I thought were super scary. I always wondered if some of the tales were true. Fast forward 15 years, and I got the chance to experience some ghost stories right here in our backyard.

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?

22 Jul, 2015

Shakespeare in a Vineyard

Category: Heritage & Culture

Who doesn’t enjoy wine, a picnic and a Shakespeare play?  I don’t think many people would say no to the chance to experience all of these things in our backyard. Last Saturday, I had the privilege of seeing Bard in the Valley’s Love’s Labour’s Lost. With the backdrop of Township 7 winery, it was a beautiful setting for a great evening.

23 Jun, 2015

Happy 148th Birthday, Canada

Category: Heritage & Culture

Canada Day for many is the official kick off of summer. Everyone is out celebrating dressed in red and white and celebrating this beautiful country we call home. This year marks the 148th birthday of Canada, and 50 years of the Canadian Flag. What better way to celebrate Canada’s birthday than checking out some of the great events happening around the community on July 1st! From a Winery BBQ to a Giant Canada Cake at two locations, you wouldn’t want to miss these events.

13 May, 2015

Girl’s Night in the oTENTiks

Categories: Accommodations, Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

Ever wanted to camp overnight in a National Historic Site? Tourism Langley sent out our staff member, Sarah, to spend a night in the Birth Place of B.C. Along with three of her closest friends, she tells us her experience.

11 Feb, 2015

Be Mine in Langley

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

With Valentine’s Day coming up this Saturday, love is in the air around Langley. We have compiled a list of different Valentine’s experiences around Langley. From berry farms, wineries to lacrosse, there is still no excuse for not having plans.

04 Feb, 2015

Family Day in Langley

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

February 9th marks the 3rd annual Family Day in British Columbia. With a day off, you may be looking for family friendly activities in Langley. We have compiled a list of different places you may like to visit on Family Day.

28 Jan, 2015

Trails around Langley

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

We have been lucky over the last couple days to escape the Pineapple Express rain and enjoy the sunny skies that come afterwards. Unlike the blizzard happening in the Eastern part of Canada, it looks like the weather will remain nice and sunny for the start of the weekend. Why not get out and enjoy the weather by visiting some of the parks and trails located in your own backyard.