A young ‘Mountie’ cruised along Glover Road during last year’s May Day parade.

Fort Langley hosts May Day festivities

A morning parade will be followed by family fun in Fort Langley Community Park on May 23.

Regardless of what Mother Nature has in store, there will be family-orientated fun in Fort Langley on Victoria Day Monday.

The day kicks off with the 94th annual May Day parade that each year rolls through downtown Fort Langley.

The parade will form on Church Street and will get underway at 11 a.m., travelling west along Mavis Avenue to Glover Road.

Once on Glover, the floats will continue south to 88th Avenue.

From 88th, the parade will turn west to Trattle Street.

The floats will then turn north and travel along Trattle to St. Andrews Avenue.

From St. Andrews, the entries turn east before heading into Fort Langley Community Park.

At the park, there will then be May Pole dancing followed by live entertainment from noon until 4 p.m.

The Lions barbecue chicken will be available at the park. There will be rides for the children, mini golf for everyone, vendors, food, and more.


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