HERITAGE MATTERS: Opening of arts & cultural cafe

Kwantlen artist, Drew Atkins and Kevin Kelly with King Richard Brodeur and Brenda Alberts

Kwantlen artist, Drew Atkins and Kevin Kelly with King Richard Brodeur and Brenda Alberts

This morning the Fort Langley community celebrated the opening of a beautiful new coffee shop on the riverfront. The LELEM’ Arts and Cultural Cafe operated by Seyem’ Qwantlen was launched with a traditional Kwantlen First Nation ceremony. The cafe, located on Billy Brown Road, overlooking the Bedford Channel, will serve local organic cuisine with a First Nations twist and JJ Bean specialty coffees. “LELEM'” means “our home” – a place to gather. Meet you at lelem’ on the Fort to Fort Trail!
The LELEM' Arts and Cultural Cafe opened Nov 30, 2013

The LELEM’ Arts & Cultural Cafe, on the Fort to Fort Trail, opened Nov 30, 2013

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