94th May Day parade runs along Glover Road from Mavis Ave to 88th Ave, then heads along 88th to Trattle Street and into the Fort Langley Community Park where the Lions’ famous chicken BBQ, May Pole dancing, children rides, and live entertainment continues until 4 pm. Thank you to the Fort Langley Lions!Fort Langley’s May Day parade starts at 11 am on Monday May 23, 2016 (Victoria Day). The route for the
Birthplace of B.C. gallery artists are participating in Fort Langley’s Bloom Market today and tomorrow (May 7 and 8) Open both days 10 am to 5 pm. Artists Margo Harrison, Susan Rind and King Richard Brodeur will be at the Fort Langley Community Hall and Patricia Falck, Lyle Longstaff and Perry Haddock will be at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery.
“We take great care in the roasting process. We make sure that we have a coffee that’s there for all palates. There’s just a lot of care in the products we do.”
On February 25 the pair was recognized for their hard work at the Small Business BC Awards. They won the Best International Trade award, recognizing the fair trade work they do with 54 countries around the world.
Tsujimoto and Masana plan on treating their staff with the prize money they have won with the Small Business BC Award. (From Story by Miranda Gathercole in the Langley Times.)
Congratulations Hiro and Ricardo! Republica Coffee does Fort Langley proud!
Starting December 29 and through January 2016 Patricia Falck will be the “artist in residence” at the Birthplace of B.C. Gallery, open 11 am to 4 pm daily. Gallery Closed for Christmas until Dec 29. Gallery Closed New Year’s Day Jan 1 and Jan 11 to 19, 2016.
Just arrived! New paintings by Allan Hancock, Amanda Jones, Brent Heighton, Heidi Lambert, Jack Turpin, Janice Robertson, Larry Tillyer, Patricia Falck and Richard Brodeur. New jewelry creations by Susan Rind. Gift Certificates make a great Christmas gift. Gallery open every day (11 to 5).
Fort Langley resident Gordon White plays “The King” in the touring production of Cirque du Soleil’s KOOZA now showing in Vancouver until December 27. After touring with Cirque’s VAREKAI for the past six years, Gordon is happy to be performing close to home. As the featured clown, king of the world of Kooza, Gordon together with his two “footmen”, interact a lot with the audience. KOOZA is described as “a return to the origin of Cirque du Soleil” by combining the two elements of acrobatics and clowning. When Gordon was a kid he was heavily influenced by physical comedy on TV and old films such as Laurel and Hardy and Charlie Chaplin. While he had the classical actor training, over the years he was always drawn to comedy. Gordon and his wife, Elaine Brewer-White often entertained their local community with improv comedy nights.