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A GUIDE TO SPRING IN LANGLEY

News

March 13, 2020

Cover Photo Credits: @thislifelessordinary

Spring: the daylight hours are growing longer, and the crisp air is laced with the fresh earthy scent of the sun warming the soil. It’s a time of awakening, a time of year that Langley’s farms, parks, and markets start buzzing with Spring activity. Shed your winter coat, step out into the sun and discover the best places to immerse yourself in the spirit of spring, with fun activities and events in the Township of Langley. Whether you are travelling to Langley or contemplating the perfect staycation, we have many activities and accommodations to make your spring memorable.

Where to Find Fresh Bouquets

Credits: @carolineashleyart

Nothing says spring quite like the colorful blossoms and heavenly fragrance of fresh floral bouquets. Surprise your sweetie or give a lively air to your home with a delightful bouquet!

Niche Boutique Florals

23343 Mavis Avenue

Floralista

110-9140 Glover Road

Brookswood Florist

104-4061 200th Street

Ralph’s Farm Market

22728 Fraser Highway

Spring Activities

Credits: @brandiegrantphotography

Spring break is upon us; here are some fantastic places to get the whole family out, engaged, and active. Step back in time and immerse yourself in history at Fort Langley and have a family picnic or bike ride at a local park. Experience the vibrant sights and sounds of 140 species of animals at the Greater Vancouver Zoo!

Spring Break Activities

Fort Langley National Historic Site,

23433 Mavis Avenue

March 16th – 27th

Campbell Valley Regional Park

20285 8th Avenue

Derby Reach Regional Park

21801 Allard Crescent

Fort to Fort Trail

23433 Mavis Avenue – 21801 Allard Crescent

Aldergrove Regional Park

27240 8th Avenue

Greater Vancouver Zoo

5048 264th Street

Easter Activities

Credits: @aldoracres

Peter Cottontail is hopping down the bunny trail to make his way to these “eggscellent” Easter activities for kids, young and old! There’s truly something for all ages to enjoy; don’t forget to bring your Easter baskets for the egg hunts!

Easter Festival

Township 7 Winery Langley,

21152 16th Avenue

April 12th

Scavenger Hunt and Activities

Fort Langley National Historic Site,

23433 Mavis Avenue

April 12th

Accommodations

The Township of Langley has a multitude of accommodations to suit your needs, from camping to cozy B&Bs. Book your stay, whether you are planning a staycation or arriving from out of town.

Events

Credits: @fortlangleybeerfestival

Usher in the season with these lively events, celebrating food to fashion and everything in between. A must-see is the 98th annual May Day Parade! Then there’s the always incredible Beer and Food Festival, where you can try a variety of craft beer and amazing local food, all while celebrating history. There’s so much fun to be had! Whether you attend one event, or attend them all, one thing is certain: from March to May, we’ve got your spring calendar covered!

Langley Vintage Fashion Show

Langley Centennial Museum,

9135 King Street

March 15th

Th’owxiya: The Hungry Feast Dish

Fort Langley National Historic Site,

23433 Mavis Avenue

March 18th – 22nd

Enchanted Forest

Aldergrove Regional Park,

27240 8th Avenue

March 26th    

Fort Langley Beer & Food Festival

Fort Langley National Historic Site,

23433 Mavis Avenue

May 16th

Fort Langley May Day Parade

Fort Langley National Historic Site,

23433 Mavis Avenue

May 18th

Langley Home Show

George Preston Recreation Centre,

20699 42nd Avenue

May 22nd – 24th

From egg hunts to an enchanted forest, flowers to festivals, Langley is the place to be in the spring! We hope we’ve helped make your spring planning easy and breezy. For full details and more information on these events and activities, visit us at Township of Langley.