Ten-year-old Kaprice Goldsmith (in orange) lifts off during a lively dance routine from Lisa's Dance Studio. The dancers took part in the Langley City Community Day parade on Saturday morning. Bright sunshine made for a good day to be outside, both at the parade and events that followed at Douglas Park.

Sunshine makes for a great Community Day

Annual parade on Saturday was popular, as were events that followed at Douglas Park.

  • Jun. 23, 2014 5:00 p.m.

 

Caleb McIntyre opens the Highland Games, organized by the Langley Christian Life Assembly, which took place at Douglas Park Saturday (June 21) as part of the city’s Community Day celebrations.

 

 

Kihanna McKimmie, six, gets a moment alone with a RCMP service horse which was at Douglas Park

 

 

Dancers from the local Gabby’s Dancers troop entertain parade go-ers at Saturday’s  Community Day Parade in Langley.

 

A Fraser Valley Italo-Canadian Society float boasting a miniature Leaning Tower of Pisa, Papal impersonator and Julias Caesar himself entertained spectators during the parade.

 

 

Karlee Jean Desjarlais, who turns three this week, enjoys the sights with dad Shelby at the parade.

 

 

Colourful sights and sounds took over a several block stretch of the Fraser Highway in downtown Langley Saturday for the city’s annual Community Day Parade, which ended at the site of a full day of family activities in Douglas Park.

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