Love is in the air, Langley style

Fort Langley has a brand new dine-and-tour program, Pioneering Love, created especially for the most memorable Valentine’s Day celebration.

Couples will be treated to a hearty meal inside the historic site with atmospheric live music.

After the meal, there will be an interpreter-led walking tour highlighting Fort Langley’s rich tales of love. The evening will finish around a cozy fire.

Tickets are priced at $45 (plus service charges) a person and are available at http://fortlangleypioneeringlove.bpt.me.

Tickets are still available for the Feb. 14 event. The Feb. 15 tickets are sold out.

At the Greater Vancouver Zoo, there’s a PG-rated event on Feb. 14, 15 and 16. The Love Bus Tour runs at 12:30, 2:30 and if needed 3:30 p.m. when zoo experts will tell people about the love lives of the animals at the zoo. This may not be appropriate for children who can do crafts on those dates at the zoo’s indoor learning centre. People must reserve a spot on the bus tour at the front gate when they pay admission.

And the Trinity Western University women’s and men’s basketball teams take on the University of the Fraser Valley on Feb. 14, hopefully not showing them much love.

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