Saturday, June 28, 2014
Where it all Began
Fort Langley hosts Canada Day celebrations with carvers, art, food
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Fort Langley Canada Day celebrations will be happening at assorted venues like the lelem' Arts & Cultural Café.
he birthplace of British Columbia is hosting one of the most unique Canada Day events in Metro Vancouver this year. Participants are invited to park their car, grab their Fort Langley Passport and explore what this historic city has to offer.
All day on July 1st, the village of Fort Langley will facilitate a blend of arts, culture and heritage in celebration of Canada. As a guide to the festivities, participants are encouraged to download the Canada Day in Fort Langley Passport from www.celebratecanadaday.ca and drop off completed passports at any stamp location for a chance to win a $250 gift basket.
A Kwantlen First Nation Elder will also demonstrate Pine Needle Basket weaving at Sxwimele Gifts in The Fort from 11:00am - 2:00pm. Guests are invited to stop by Sxwimele and take advantage of the 10% storewide discount or enter to win maple candy gifts. Those looking for miniature Canadian flags will find them for free at Sxwimele or lelem' as well.
For more information on Canada Day in Fort Langley, visit www.celebratecanadaday.ca.
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