Plenty of horseplay at City Hall

They’re doing their fair share of horsing around at Langley City Hall these days.

For the next month, the City of Langley and the Langley Arts Council are presenting the Horse and Agriculture Exhibition.

It will be on display in the Langley City Hall foyer until Sept. 27. In celebration of the equestrian and agricultural communities, local artists have created magnificent works of art in a variety of mediums.

Members of the public are invited to stop by Langley City Hall, 20399 Douglas Cres., to enjoy the display of original works by some of Langley’s fine artists and to acknowledge Langley as the Horse Capital of British Columbia.

This exhibit is presented as part of the Langley Arts Council’s Art in Found Spaces initiative which offers artists the opportunity to showcase their talents in publicly accessible locations, thereby enhancing these areas for the enjoyment of citizens and visitors to the area.

For additional information on this and other Langley Arts Council opportunities, please call Rosemary Wallace at 604-530-3855.

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