#LANGLEYFRESH GIFT BOX
MOTHER’S DAY EDITION
Find the perfect gift for Mom (or the motherly figure in your life) and support local businesses at the same time with the #LangleyFresh Mother’s Day Gift Box. Featuring an assortment of carefully curated products, all sourced from the Township of Langley, the Gift Boxes will be available for purchase on our website starting April 8th. Each box will be brimming with the following unique products:
CHUCKLING DUCKLING FARM: OATMEAL MILK & HONEY SOAP
Chuckling Duckling brings you a line of bath, body, and home products to delight and soothe your skin and enrich your senses all while respecting the planet. All their products are hand-made using natural ingredients, growing what they can and buying locally when possible to support local farmers and producers.
Product: This soothing soap is the perfect blend of goat milk, oatmeal and organic honey. Oatmeal gently exfoliates while the honey is naturally antibacterial, so it’s great for acne prevention and treatment. It is rich in antioxidants and is extremely moisturizing and soothing.
FESTINA LENTE ESTATE WINERY: PURE WILDFLOWER HONEY(250ml/340g)
The words “Festina Lente” in Latin mean “make haste slowly,” and that is exactly what Festina Lente Estate Winery’s philosophy is in regard to creating Mead (Honey Wine). On a 5-acre hobby farm in Langley, owner Teresa Townsley began her journey into the creation of Festina Lente. As both a professional beekeeper and winemaker, Teresa believed that it was in her best interest to explore the lost tradition of Mead.
Product: Pure Wildflower Honey is made by the happy bees that call Festina Lente home. This coarse filtered honey makes a great substitution for sugar in your baking or drinks and is a great addition to a charcuterie board.
FULL BLOOM LAVENDER FARM: DRIED LAVENDER BUNDLE
Located in South Langley, Full Bloom Lavender Farm is one of Metro Vancouver’s only public Lavender Farms. Come walk among the rows of lavender and take in the scent of a field in bloom. Fresh and dried lavender is available for purchase, as well as an assortment of lavender products.
Product: This fragrant bundle of dried lavender will add a pop of colour to your space and leave it smelling fresh.
JULIET 925: MOON DISC PENDANT 18” NECKLACE
Anita Bisset of Juliet 925 shapes sterling silver, recycled 10k gold and gold-filled metals into beautiful jewellery. Each link of every chain is hand-crafted to produce pieces of exceptional, unique style. You can shop online or book an appointment to visit the studio in the Fort Langley village. Beyond chains, Anita creates rings and earrings: from funky and chunky, to delicate and fine.
Product: You’ll be singing “By the light of the silvery moon” when you put on this shiny, hammered silver moon pendant. This 18” necklace was hand-forged in the Juliet 925 studio from solid North American refined sterling silver.
TRACYCAKES BAKERY CAFE: SCONE KIT
Tracycakes is a quaint restaurant and bakery that specializes in high tea, scrumptious baked goods, made-from-scratch soup, sandwiches, paninis, and over 40 flavours of delectable cupcakes. With locations both in the heart of downtown Abbotsford and the charming community of Murrayville, the cafes provide a welcoming escape from the busy outside world with their elegant décor, hospitable staff, and homemade treats.
Product: Tracycakes has put together everything you need to make their mouth-watering scones from the comfort of your own home, it even comes with an instruction card and a container of raspberry jam.
PURCHASE & PICK-UP
The Langley Fresh Mother’s Day Gift Box is $65.00 (including taxes) and can be purchased online here starting Thursday, April 8th. Pick-up is available as of Monday, April 12th. $5.00 from every box goes to the Langley Food Bank.
Pick-up from the Tourism Langley office:
Address: Unit #220 – 5835 216th Street, Langley, BC, V2Y 2N3
Our office is open Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm for you or a friend to come pick up your order. Should a pick-up option not work for you, please email email@example.com to discuss alternate arrangements.
Pick-up from Tourism Langley’s Office – When you pull into the parking lot of the airport, you may park in the reserved Tourism Langley spot (if available) directly when you enter. Most of the parking along the building is reserved, so you may have to park across the street in the gravel parking lot. Once you enter the front doors of our building you can either walk up the stairs or take the elevator to the second floor. Both the stairs and elevator bring you right to our door. It is a glass wall so we should see you but if not, knock and will place your box on the table at the door for you to pick up. Masks are mandatory when entering the building and office.