A new building to house the Langley Centennial Museum is included as part of the Fort Langley Project. View and comment on the proposed plans at a public open house on Thursday, Feb. 8. Langley Times file photo

Public invited to Fort Langley Project open house Feb. 8

Project features several new buildings, including a cultural centre, museums and an Indigenous lodge

Plans for a number of major projects in Fort Langley will be unveiled to the public this Thursday.

On Feb. 8, from 3 to 8 p.m., an open house is being held for the Fort Langley Project at St. Andrew’s Chapel, 9025 Glover Rd.

READ MORE: Township unveils new plans for museums, cultural centre, Aboriginal arts lodge

The project, done in partnership between the Township of Langley and the Kwantlen First Nation, features a number of new buildings and improvements to the village core, including:

  • A new cultural centre with community museum, Indigenous museum, gallery spaces, library, presentation theatre and conference centre;
  • An Indigenous-themed lodge with live and work spaces for artists, athletes, actors, musicians and writers;
  • Parks, trails and waterfront imporvements to enhance arts, culture and recreation; and
  • The restoration of the Jacob Haldi house to create a new space for artists, paddlers and others.

At the open house, the public is asked to provide feedback and ideas on the proposed plans.

For more information, visit www.tol.ca/flp.



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