Peyton Devlin

Annual Langley family picnic a chance to visit farm

The annual family picnic of the Langley Child Development Centre brought together lots of little ones.

The Langley Child Development Centre’s annual Family Picnic gave many local families a chance to spent an evening on the farm at Aldor Acres on June 16.

The centre invites the families it works with to the annual summer gathering and the farmyard proved popular with the crowds.

Thirteen-month-old Mary Kennedy took it all in stride when meeting the animals at Aldor Acres. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)


Jace Cox, three, enjoyed climbing on the full size tractor at Aldor Acres during the LCDC family picnic. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)


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