Langley Community Farmers Market will wrap up for the season with a Fall Festival on Wednesday, Oct. 12. The event will take place in the parking lot at Kwantlen Polytechnic University during regular market hours, noon to 4:30 p.m., with a wind-up mixer scheduled for 5 p.m.

Farmers Market wraps for the season with Fall Festival on Oct. 12

Inaugural celebration of autumn's arrival will include an apple pie bake-off, live music and a Kidz Zone

The Langley Community Farmers Market Society presents its First Annual Fall Harvest Festival at the Langley Community Farmers Market on Wednesday, Oct. 12, from noon to 4:30 p.m. at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Langley campus.

This, the final market of the season, will be followed by a mix and mingle with the vendors, board, market manager and local community supporters of the market.

“The Langley Farm Market has been a great opportunity to showcase our community and bring residents together,” said Cherise McGee, market manager.

“Our new Fall Harvest Festival will allow us to continue to foster those relationships and emphasize the hard work and talent of our artisans and vendors.”

To celebrate a successful 2016 season, the market is hosting a fall harvest festival with special guests from Langley City and Township, Fraser Focus and more.

The free event is open to the public and includes live music, food trucks, a kid zone, prize draw, and more.

For those apple pie aficionados who want to put their skills to the ultimate test, there’s even an apple pie bake-off.

The market takes place at the KPU Langley Campus, 20901 Langley Bypass.

More information about the Fall Harvest Festival is available online at or

Schedule of Events

Noon – Enjoy Live Music and Lunch at one of our Food Trucks

2 p.m.  – Apple Pie Bake-Off  Sponsored by Vancity

3 p.m. – Fun with Apples in the KIDZ ZONE

4 p.m. – Closing Ceremony and Draw for Dinner for 4 with Chef Adrian Beaty

5 p.m. – Wind up Mix & Mingle

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