Ryan Uytdewilligen

LIST: Events that have been cancelled in Langley and what’s still on

Many smaller scale theatrical productions are still a go as COVID-19 prevention measures increase

A roundup of sports events that are on and off around Langley due to COVID-19

Friday, March 13 game at the Langley Events Centre against Seattle Thunderbirds is cancelled

Willow and red osier whips planted to fight soil erosion in Langley

Derby Reach and Brae Island Parks Association established living retaining walls last month

Two Langley teams among Optimist Junior Interclub Curling division winners

Teams celebrated 30th season with year-end banquet last Sunday

VIDEO: Langley City council says ‘Mahalo’ to volunteers with Hawaiian-themed celebration Tuesday night

Entertained by ukulele music and Polynesian dancers – hundreds gathered for appreciation banquet

UPDATED: Monster truck meet and greet cancelled

Inland Langley said Covid-19 concerns put a stop to the March 12 barbecue

Food truck festival announces two stops in Langley

Willowbrook Mall will host more than 20 trucks May 8 and 9 and Langley City hosts on June 20

Capilano University promises a singular sensation with production of A Chorus Line

Langley actress Marija Danyluk stars as Maggie Winslow March 19 to 28

Classic Shakespeare play gets revamped at Trinity Western with gender swapped roles

Student production of The Tempest runs March 17 to 28 at the Robert N. Thompson Building

Langley resident Vanya Shastri heads to El Salvador for international beauty pageant

Miss Petite is open to women between 18 to 29 who are no taller than five feet six inches

VIDEO: ‘I hope people get inspired by our beautiful area of the world’

West Fine Art Show captures Western Canada while aiding Langley School District Foundation

Langley Birth Fair attracts expectant mothers and new families for two days of vendors and speakers

Metro Vancouver’s “Think Thrice” campaign was one of the vendors offering new parents clothing advice

Fear the Wolves – a new band with teeth

A modern Langley rock band promises their debut album will have a biting sound

Sunday Stories

Original works by Langley authors are published by Langley Advance Times every weekend

Staying on top of changing technology

VR headset and apps like FaceTime are changing the way seniors stay connected and live their lives

‘Beware Sons of Adam and Daughters of Eve; the White Witch warns you are not welcome in Narnia’

Simonds-U-Connect performs The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe dramatization, March 14 and 15

A little boogie woogie with a glass of wine

Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne performs at Glass House Estate Winery March 19 for Jazz in the Vine

VIDEO: ‘Never give up on your dreams. I never thought it would be, but mine came true’

Langley senior Ilona Lelkes took to the skies to take photographs thanks to Wish of A Lifetime

Tuneful Tinkerer to help tots try tambourines and tubas

Family Intro to Music Night takes place at Langley Community Music School on Thursday, March 19

Lights Up Theatre to put on ‘Disney Medley’ fundraiser, Sunday, March 15

Pinocchio, Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, Newsies, and Hercules will be part of the program