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City Hall hosts grand opening of outdoor terrace

The outdoor terrace renovation is the final component of the Timms Community Centre renewal.

A GoFundMe for the goats

Matthew Farden surpassed his fundraising goal for Aldergrove’s Happy Herd Farm rescue animals.

Holiday market for a mission

The Aldergrove HANDS mission team is hosting a holiday market to raise money for Belize.

TWU theatre puts a twist on the holidays

Upside-Down Christmas runs from Nov. 20 to Dec. 1 at Trinity Western University.

Community dinner brings ‘all walks of life’ together

Langley local Stacey Wakelin is hosting a second community dinner that is open for everyone.

Phase one renovations at Cascades Casino unveiled

On Nov. 14, various community members were invited to tour the first phase of Cascades’ expansion.

Children’s Wish Breakfast returns for a second year

The Children’s Wish Breakfast is on Nov. 27 at Newlands Golf Country Club

Artist uses paint to tell stories from past

Detlef (Dick) Aporta tells stories of working at White Pine Sawmill in his exhibit Always Becoming.

Church invites all faiths to a labyrinth walk

The labyrinth at St. Dunstan’s church is inviting everyone to an interfaith gathering on Nov. 18.

‘Fairy Godmothers’ looking for formal wear and helping hands

The Fairy Godmother Foundation is collecting gently used formal wear for graduating students.

Borealis String Quartet at Rose Gellert Hall concert series

Internationally acclaimed Borealis String Quartet performs on Nov. 17.

Fort Gallery exhibit touches on climate change

Murmuration runs from Nov. 14 to Dec. 9 at the Fort Gallery

A stormy love story coming to the Fraser Valley

UFV presents Herman Voaden’s 1932 play Rocks: A Play of Northern Ontario.

Art exhibit explores West Coast weather

Local artist Lisa Powers is hosting her first annual exhibit called The Four Seasons.

Donations needed to help keep community warm this winter

Coats for Kids and the Realtors Care Blanket Drive are looking for new and gently used cozy items.

Retired police officer recounts war crime investigations

Brian Honeybourn, retired police officer, recounts being comissioned by NATO to investigate Kosovo.

Langley teen travels overseas for back surgery

The Foster family is asking for donations for their son’s international spinal surgery.

Rotary Tip n’ Taste benefits Nicomekl salmon

The Nicomekl Enhancement Society received a $10,800 cheque from the Tip n’ Taste event.

Local business exceeds fundraising record for homeless youth

The Joseph Richard Group raised more than $150,000 at their 2nd annual Sleep Out.

KPU instructor performs in Brazilian show

Award-winning bassist and KPU instructor, Jodi Proznick, plays in Aquarela do Brasil.