Musical duo, The Lounge Brothers performed some old favourites during their set at the Langley Pops Arts Festival, held Saturday in Douglas Park.

Musical duo, The Lounge Brothers performed some old favourites during their set at the Langley Pops Arts Festival, held Saturday in Douglas Park.

Pop! goes Langley

Painters, singers, dancers and artisans gathered in Douglas Park on Saturday for the City of Langley's Langley Pops! Arts Festival

Live music, face painting, artist demonstrations, balloon art  and a range of vendors’ booths filled Douglas Park on Saturday afternoon, as the City of Langley presented the Langley Pops! Arts Festival.

Emceed, by Sandy Dunkley, of Just Great Sights & Sounds, the fifth annual arts, culture and heritage event provided local artists, organizations and the community the opportunity to gather, experience and celebrate arts in the community.

Langley Has Talent winners, Her Brothers, performed on the Spirit Square stage, as did country dancers, and a troupe of Chinese dancers/musicians.

Below, from top: Langley artists Sheila Patzke, Lana Hart (president of Langley Arts Council) and Rosemary Wallace work on paintings during the Langley Pops Arts Festival held in Douglas Park on Saturday;

• Members of the Hanyang Chinese Dancers performed on the Spirit Square stage;

• Joseph Rashid, 4, has his face painted

• Members of the Hanyang Chinese Dancers play Fight the Typhoon on zithers

• Maddie Garvin made a balloon butterfly for Zain Nasir, 6.

 

 

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