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24 Apr, 2013

Campbell Valley Regional Park

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

There is a lot that’s special about our natural gem, the Campbell Valley Regional Park in South Langley.  Locals know that its extensive network of trails aren’t the only reason to visit the park on a regular basis.  In addition to its 29 km’s of hiking trails, 1 km of biking trails, and 14 km’s of horseback riding trails, there are many other reasons why Campbell Valley is the perfect place to spend a sunny day stretching your legs.

19 Feb, 2013

A Fort Langley Photo Walk

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture, Itineraries

The Birthplace of BC is special for many reasons.  Many find Fort Langley’s historic architecture and quaint village feel appealing for a variety of activities including quiet strolls, treasure hunting, gift shopping, and romantic dining.  Film producers agree and the community is used as a backdrop in numerous TV shows and movies.

12 Feb, 2013

Unique Valentine’s Day Adventures

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

Valentine’s Day is this Thursday and people everywhere are making dinner reservations, going shopping and planning a romantic night with a special someone. However if you haven’t made plans for February 14th yet, we have some suggestions on how to celebrate this ‘second largest card-sending holiday of the year’.

30 Jan, 2013

New Year’s Resolutions

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

I don’t know about you, but I’m not sure where January went.  Were we not all just ringing in 2013, taking down the Christmas tree and excited about a fresh start by making some New Years Resolutions? I read an article a few days ago that said that 80% of New Years Resolutions are broken by January 20th- yikes that seems pretty short lived.   If you find yourself in that boat we thought we could give you some ideas of what you can do in and about Langley to get your resolutions back on track. 

22 Jan, 2013

A Petite Piece of Paris

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

I bet you didn’t know you can visit Paris in Fort Langley, but it’s true. Right here on Glover Road in a beautiful, and some believe haunted heritage home, resides the most wonderful Parisian-inspired boutique and café – Little White House & Co.

The local gem, run by Cheryl Krecsy and her daughter Natasha Krecsy, carries everything from clothing and spa-quality products to lovely home décor items. In every nook and cranny there’s a whimsical treasure sure to delight. It truly is one of the most unique shopping experiences here in the Fraser Valley.

18 Dec, 2012

Restaurant Spotlight: Planet Java Cafe

Categories: Heritage & Culture, Wine & Food

Keeping to the theme of our recent posts, if you have a sentimental longing for the ways of the past, a little gem found in our historic village of Fort Langley is sure to quench your nostalgic thirst. Located on Glover Road in the heart of the charming ‘Birthplace of BC’, Cafe Planet Java pays homage to a time of classic rock and roll. Decked out in Elvis memorabilia, Marilyn Monroe’s smile lights up the walls, and their famous milkshakes are just some of the draws for visitors and locals alike.

11 Dec, 2012

Circle Farm Tour – Winter Update

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

Summer isn’t the only time it’s fun do a Circle Farm Tour. Winter can be a great time to visit our local farm-gate shops to find great gift ideas for the holidays, or just to spend some time with your family exploring your own backyard. Here’s an update on what’s going on along Langley’s Circle Farm Tour.

29 Nov, 2012

The First of December

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

December is almost here, and with this holiday month comes a plethora of seasonal activities and events. December 1st itself is packed full of fun things to do for all ages to partake in to celebrate the season. Below is a list of things to do and places to go on the first day of December. What will you take in?

21 Nov, 2012

Tree Hunting Traditions

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Agritourism, Heritage & Culture, Shopping & Services

I don’t know about you, but as soon as Halloween is over, I start getting anxious for Christmas.  I know the holiday season can be a headache for many… worries about getting all our gifts bought and wrapped on time take up most of our thoughts, and all we seem to do is shop shop shop.  Last minute deals pop up everywhere, our mailboxes become filled with holiday flyers, and television ad’s promote the latest techy device that we just ‘have’ to have.  I try not to let these thoughts get to me.  We need to focus on what’s really important.  The Christmas holiday means many things to different people, but to me it has always been a time to celebrate traditions, spend time with our families and spread joy to those around us.

20 Nov, 2012

Reel Nostalgia

Categories: Activities & Recreation, Heritage & Culture

Some of my fondest childhood memories relate to Friday nights at the drive in movie theatre.  It was a tradition when I was young and growing up in that magical decade – “the sixties”.  Okay – so I’m aging myself, but these days I’m becoming especially vulnerable to anything from the period of my youth.  Just ask any baby boomer!