Fort Langley May Queen Vanessa Nelson, 10, and Miss Canada Madeline Isaak, 12, were at the tea party for the May Queen’s Royal Party, held at Fort Langley Community Hall on Sunday, April 26. The event raised funds for Fort Langley May Day activities, which take place on Monday, May 18.

Fort Langley May Queen Vanessa Nelson, 10, and Miss Canada Madeline Isaak, 12, were at the tea party for the May Queen’s Royal Party, held at Fort Langley Community Hall on Sunday, April 26. The event raised funds for Fort Langley May Day activities, which take place on Monday, May 18.

May Day events on Monday in Fort Langley

The 93rd annual May Day parade and community activities in Fort Langley take place on Monday.

The 93rd annual May Day parade and events take place in Fort Langley this Monday, May 18.

The parade starts at 11 a.m. on Church Street to go west on Mavis to Glover Road. Once on Glover, the floats will go south to 88 Avenue and turn on Trattle to end at Fort Langley Community Park.

Once in the park, the May Queens and the Royal Party will be piped in. As with tradition, the maypole dance done by local elementary school students will follow. There is live entertainment until 4 p.m. In the park there will be rides for children, mini golf, vendors, food and more. The Lions famous barbecue chicken will be available at the park too. Thousands turn out to this event each year.