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Explore the beauty of Canada at Muriel Arnason Library June 21

Photographer John Gordon will be sharing photos and tips from his travels across Canada

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday by taking a coast-to-coast photographic journey with former Langley Times photographer John Gordon.

Taking place at Muriel Arnason Library on Wednesday, June 21 at 7 p.m., Gordon will highlight some of Canada’s most beautiful locations, from Saskatchewan’s Chaplin Salt Lake, Ontario’s Agawa Rock Pictographs and New Brunswick’s Grand Manan Island, to Newfoundland’s Cape St. Mary’s Ecological Reserve.

The program is free but seats are limited, please visit Muriel Arnason Library, 130-20338 65 Ave., or call 604-532-3590 to reserve your seat.

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