Daphne Scaman teaches her pottery moves. Join us on Aug 3 & 4.
Experience live art demonstrations at “Demos in the Garden” on Sunday August 3 and Monday (BC Day) August 4, 2014 at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery.
Pouring the foundation for Coulter Berry commenced July 7, 2014
The most environmentally friendly building ever for Fort Langley is finally back underway. A dispute over architectural density delayed the pouring of footings for six months. Last week, three Supreme Court Justices agreed that construction should never have been interrupted. Now, Coulter Berry is back on track to help make the village more sustainable, livable and vibrant. This morning the first truck arrived to cement the footings for Coulter Berry. Hip Hip Hooray!
The geothermal field, one of Coulter Berry’s many green features, was completed in June 2014
McBride Station in Vancouver Sun June 14/14. Alan Wylie painting on front page WestCoastHomes section.
McBride Station is on a site in Fort Langley that once formed part of the country estate of early settler Charles Edward Hope. Hope House is a painting Alan Wylie was commissioned to create for Fort Langley’s Birthplace of B.C. Gallery. Many of the townhomes take their exterior design inspiration from heritage buildings.
Click to see story in Vancouver Sun: McBride Station homes in Fort Langley will speak to both the past and the present.
The Birthplace of B.C Gallery is showing off for its 18th Anniversary! The best watercolour artists in the west show their true colours all of June and July. The Gallery’s current show pays tribute to artists painting in watercolour such as American Watercolour Society Award winners, Stephen Quiller, Alan Wylie and Kiff Holland. Quiller is best know for his innovative approach to watermedia painting combining watercolour, gouache, acrylic, and casein. Wylie and Holland, too, are masters of watercolour compositions for which they have received international recognition.
Colorado’s Stephen Quiller has written many books on watercolour painting.
Alan Wylie’s watercolour paintings have won numerous top North American awards.
HEIDI LAMBERT: The West Coast Trail. WATERCOLOUR.
See “WATERCOLOURS”, paintings in watermedia by Quiller, Wylie, Holland and many more. The best in the west! WATERCOLOURS Now showing at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery through June and July 2014.
Remember 2010? The 2014 BC Games torchlighting ceremony comes to Fort Langley June 5/14
The torch for the 2014 Seniors Games will be officially ignited in Fort Langley this week at the Bedford Channel community plaza on the Fort to Fort Trail. The community is invited to witness the ceremony at the waterfront near Kwantlen Nation’s Lelem Cafe on Thursday June 5, 2014 at 6:30 pm.
See you in Fort Langley on June 5, 2014 to rekindle the Olympic spirit from 2010.
The new edition of the Fort Langley Villager magazine is now available.
Pick up a copy of the Fort Langley Villager at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery, Euphoria Chocolates or other Fort Langley shops.