The United Churches of Langley has a brand new Sauter grand piano and wanted to share that new addition with the community. A concert series was the answer, with the second installment on Saturday.
Having played the piano since she was a small child, Langley's Anita Comba knows a thing or two about music.
Like lobster? How about doing something good for the community? Add having fun to the equation and it becomes a night out with the Soroptimist of the Langleys group.
Township residents can now sign up for a customized reminder service that will ensure they don't forget again when to have the trash and recycling out to the curb.
Emma Giesbrecht is an uncommon 13-year-old. Not only does the home-schooled teen have Aspergers, but she also has an intense love of chickens.
2013 SPECIAL OLYMPICS BC; Summer Games July 11-14 . Langley; BE A FAN fill the stands.
It has been 20 years since the first class graduated from Langley Fine Arts School (LFAS).
An evening jazz cafe will be the finale for the Langley Community Music School's (LCMS) Cafe Classico Concert season. This special night of music features a quartet made up of the school's faculty playing a number of jazz standards.
Her husband's second diagnosis of cancer led Victoria Biggs - a Langley resident for more than 50 years - to want to share healing options with her community. She started the Langley Natural Health Fair last year and this weekend will see almost 50 vendors at the second annual event.
Horses are responsible for getting humans to where they are today. Not only did the animals provide a method of transportation, but they also powered carts, farm equipment, and machinery to advance humankind.
Changing times have led to the end of Mustangs Bar which will permanently close Tuesday. The parent company – the 24/7 group – will be refocusing their efforts in their new business of Mustangs Entertainment.
Dreams of taking part in one of Shakespeare's best known comedies can come true.
Langley Community Music School (LCMS) is known for bringing unique concerts to the region, but this month is exceptional with two renowned performances at the same location just slightly more than a week apart.
Special for who they are, not for a medical condition.
Like Michelangelo's work in the Sistine Chapel, a ceiling in Fort Langley was restarted to get things right. While Michelangelo's second attempt was caused by mould growing in the plaster, Pat Barker's work was simply due to things not going quite right.
It started off as a small group simply enjoying the ability to paint together.
Performing for an audience can be nerve-racking at any time, but when the program includes a composition written specifically for the musician, one would expect a greater amount of anxiety.
Where do retired Easter bunnies go? To the Langley chapter of Small Animal Rescue Society (SARS) of BC, of course.
Gallery has been the exclusive art gallery for paintings by Richard Brodeur, the former Canucks goalie who played seven seasons with the team and stood between the pipes for their first Stanley Cup final in 1982.