Andre Erasmus, CN Station manager and florist.​ Submitted photo

Fort Langley celebrates Garden Days June 10 and 17

A floral art demonstration will be presented on the platform of the CN Station

As part of Canada’s national celebration of gardens​,​ Garden Days are coming to Fort Langley’s CN Station on Saturday June 10 and Saturday June 17.

A floral art demonstration will be presented on the platform by ​new CN Station manager, Andre Erasmus, also an accomplished florist with a flair for composition and design.

Flowers and gardens were always important to life at CNR stations; agents had competitions for many years up and down the line.

The floral art demonstration will be followed by a hands-on workshop. Please bring your own container and flowers beginning at 11 a.m. sharp both days, at the corner of Mavis Avenue and Glover Road in Fort Langley.

More on the CNR station is available on the Langley Heritage Society website, www.langleyheritage.ca.

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