Cousins Avery Johnston, left, and Sadie Macgowan at last year's butterfly release. For the second year in a row, Chartwell Langley Gardens is holding the fundraising event, this year taking place on Friday, Aug. 12.

Fluttering fundraiser at Langley Gardens

Chartwell Langley Gardens is hosting their second annual butterfly release on Friday, Aug. 12.

Make a wish, release in honour of a loved one or simply enjoy the beauty of the moment at Chartwell Langley Gardens’ second annual butterfly release fundraiser.

Taking place Aug. 12 from 2 to 4 p.m. at 8888 202 St., the event — benefiting the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation — offers the opportunity to release live Painted Lady Butterflies in a beautiful courtyard setting.

There will be refreshments served, entertainment and a silent auction.

A limited number of butterflies are available for a donation of $10 each. For more info, call 604-676-3098.

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