Country Celebration returns to Campbell Valley Park Sept. 8 and 9

Annual festival includes live music, demonstrations and a giant straw maze

The annual Country Celebration returns to Campbell Valley Park on the weekend of Sept. 8 and 9.

The event, which celebrates nature, heritage, agriculture and community, runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, rain or shine.

Visitors are invited to embark on a nature quest in the giant straw maze, visit with live animals, stroll through a vibrant marketplace, grab a bite from one of the food trucks and enjoy live music and homesteading demos.

Cost to attend this all-ages, drop-in celebration is $3 per adult, $1 per child or adult 65-plus.

To get there, follow signs at 200 Street and 8 Avenue in Langley. Click here for more information.

To find details on this program and other Metro Vancouver programs, visit the events calendar.

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Members of the Fraser Valley Potters Guild Association prepare pieces for firing in a Raku kiln at the 2017 Country Celebration in Campbell Valley Park. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

“Dixie Honey” of the “I Love Hoola Hoops” team warms up prior to a performance at the 2017 Country Celebration at Campbell Valley Park. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

The Myrtle Sisters performed at the 2017 Country Celebration. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

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