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Turnout was down, slightly, this year but donations are up
The Langley Secondary Musical Theatre Company presents Guys and Dolls on Feb. 22.
Langley’s Don Hlus is hosting and performing in the Fraser Valley Guitar Festival on Feb. 23.
Sources Langley food bank has to be out of its current location by early spring.
Police investigated the closed Baselines Pub after a break and enter in progress call on Feb. 13.
Langley’s youth Hub has been at its new location for ten months, and offers all kinds of services.
Five bands are battling at Gabby’s this weekend for a spot at Gone Country.
Kwantlen artist Brandon Gabriel designed six panels that adorn the Ruskin Dam.
School is now open, but Langley’s Kendra Simonetto rapped a snow day song during the closures.
Family Day activites include swimming, bouncy castles, sports, and more.
The Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce has a new, user-friendly, and informational website.
Langley’s Angela Konrad is directing The Amish Project beginning Wednesday, Feb. 20 in Vancouver.
John Chamelion released a debut single and is looking for votes from the community.
Langley’s Faith Toronchuk is retiring after her final production in Abbotsford.
Langley’s Reema Garcha donated her kidney to her sister Binn Johal last year.
Myles of Smiles Open Mic Night is held every second Wednesday of the month, starting Feb. 13.
February entertainment in Langley and the surrounding area.
Linda Wack and her husband Kevin are rehearsing to be in a production of Understood Betsy.
Susan Magnusson and Jane Watt teamed up to publish a LCMS history book.
Jacq Ainsworth is directing Theatre in the Country’s Noises Off, which opens Thursday, Feb. 14.