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Langley’s Susan Thompson graduated from LFAS 25 years ago, and performs as a comedian.
Langley’s Ahnika Barber and Lauren Trotzuk are performing the classic stories of Dr. Seuss.
Since 2014, the Township of Langley has been in excess of 1,000 film days per year.
Jack Matheson received a liver transplant last year, and is headed to Disney World next year.
Longtime resident Dorscie Paterson turned 106 in January; continues advocating for hospice support.
Joanne Thomson spends 12-15 hours a week volunteering at Penny Pinchers thrift store.
The Blue Jeans and Black Tie gala is a fundraiser for new playground equipment.
Fort Night Improv comes to Bez Arts Hub once a month; next show is Saturday, April 20.
The Fort Gallery’s juried exhibition Imprint is on display until April 28.
The art exhibit titled “Where Prairie Meets West Coast” runs until May 13.
Adam Beggs is the production manager of Detroit, which runs until April 27.
Natasha Chadney is currently studying medical esthetics, which inspired her pageant platform.
The church is hosting “The Shroud of Turin” exhibition until Monday, April 15.
LFAS students and Kwantlen First Nation revealed an exhibit called This is Kwantlen.
A pair of killdeer birds have been watching over four eggs that were laid at Willoughby Elementary.
The Langley International Film Festival runs from Friday, April 12 to 13.
The Langley Players Drama Club presents Dancing at Lughnasa until May 11.
The police have released several photos of suspects in relation to local cases
The two-day music lineup will be revealed at a concert on Friday, April 19.
Students are staff will move to a brand new R.E. Mountain Secondary school building in September.