Fort Langley

VIDEO: Langley ecologist takes folks on virtual walk along the Houston Trail

VIDEO: Langley ecologist takes folks on virtual walk along the Houston Trail

Professor explains more about native and non-native plants growing in Derby Reach Regional Park

  • Jul 2, 2020
VIDEO: Langley ecologist takes folks on virtual walk along the Houston Trail
The concept of a Summerset drive-in benefit concert has been quashed due to a 50-car event limitation expected to last for months to come, say organizers from Red Door Events. (Summerset/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Summerset’s 3-day drive-in benefit concert called off

Organizers of Fort Langley music festival cancel 2020 event, vow to be back in 2021 – maybe sooner

The concept of a Summerset drive-in benefit concert has been quashed due to a 50-car event limitation expected to last for months to come, say organizers from Red Door Events. (Summerset/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Fort Langley resident Tammy Rosin had to take two months off because of COVID, time she spent learning everything she could about the virus. As a result, she created a new non-profit to help Langley Memorial Hospital prepare for an expected second wave of the novel coronavirus. (Tammy Rosin/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Able Angels debut fundraiser a success

Fort Langley-based group gathers funds for hospital equipment

Fort Langley resident Tammy Rosin had to take two months off because of COVID, time she spent learning everything she could about the virus. As a result, she created a new non-profit to help Langley Memorial Hospital prepare for an expected second wave of the novel coronavirus. (Tammy Rosin/Special to Langley Advance Times)
The original Trans Mountain pipeline, seen here under construction in Langley in the 1950s.

Trans Mountain strikes deal with Langley Township

The Township has dropped its objections to the project now that costs are being shared

The original Trans Mountain pipeline, seen here under construction in Langley in the 1950s.
Township firefighters responded to Chuckling Duckling Farm in the 9100 block of Glover Road later Tuesday, June 16, 2020 after a fire broke out inside the local Fort Langley business. (Curtis Kreklau/Special to Langley Advance Times)

PHOTOS: Fire breaks out at Fort Langley business Tuesday night

Township firefighters responded to Chuckling Duckling Farm

Township firefighters responded to Chuckling Duckling Farm in the 9100 block of Glover Road later Tuesday, June 16, 2020 after a fire broke out inside the local Fort Langley business. (Curtis Kreklau/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Residents of the Fort checked out information and this mock-up of a possible future cultural centre during an open house in 2018. (Langley Advance Times files)

Home demolitions step towards new Fort Langley museum

Township council voted to remove seven houses near the Langley Centennial Museum

Residents of the Fort checked out information and this mock-up of a possible future cultural centre during an open house in 2018. (Langley Advance Times files)
Nora Cashato, left, and other children from the Fort at the local outdoor pool. Cashato is hoping it can stay open rather than being turned into a spray park. (Langley Advance Times files)

12-year-old petitioner takes case for Fort pool to Langley council

Nora Cashato is asking the Township to keep a proper pool in her community

Nora Cashato, left, and other children from the Fort at the local outdoor pool. Cashato is hoping it can stay open rather than being turned into a spray park. (Langley Advance Times files)
Fort Langley resident Tammy Rosin had to take two months off because of COVID, time she spent learning everything she could about the virus. As a result, she created a new non-profit to help Langley Memorial Hospital prepare for an expected second wave of the novel coronavirus. (Tammy Rosin/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Able Angels debuts with Langley Memorial Hospital fundraiser this Sunday

New Fort Langley-based group aims to prevent personal protective equipment shortage

Fort Langley resident Tammy Rosin had to take two months off because of COVID, time she spent learning everything she could about the virus. As a result, she created a new non-profit to help Langley Memorial Hospital prepare for an expected second wave of the novel coronavirus. (Tammy Rosin/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Alvin Brendan earned the Fort Langley Jazz Festival’s Rising Star Award. (Alvin Brendan/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Capilano music student Alvin Brendan named rising jazz star

Fort Langley Jazz & Arts fest to return with virtual programming, Friday, Sept. 4 to Sunday, Sept. 6

Alvin Brendan earned the Fort Langley Jazz Festival’s Rising Star Award. (Alvin Brendan/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Nora Cashato, 12, organized a petition to preserve the Fort Langley Outdoor Pool after she learned about its coming closure from her mother, Rachelle. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

12-year-old petitions to preserve Fort Langley Pool

Local youth will take her case to council next Monday

Nora Cashato, 12, organized a petition to preserve the Fort Langley Outdoor Pool after she learned about its coming closure from her mother, Rachelle. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Aldergrove’s Chris Lakusta raised five times his initial target for Special Olympics in Langley (special to Langley Advance Times)
Aldergrove’s Chris Lakusta raised five times his initial target for Special Olympics in Langley (special to Langley Advance Times)
Peaceful walk highlights Black Lives Matter in Langley

Peaceful walk highlights Black Lives Matter in Langley

The evening walks will take place through to Saturday

Peaceful walk highlights Black Lives Matter in Langley
The artwork of Richard Bond is on display the the Fort Gallery, signifying its re-opening after coronavirus closures. (Richard Bond/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Fort Gallery re-opens part time to public with exhibition of artist Richard Bond’s work

Fraser Prospect continues Fraser River themed project that the gallery began in January

The artwork of Richard Bond is on display the the Fort Gallery, signifying its re-opening after coronavirus closures. (Richard Bond/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Mike and Oskar’s act goes anti-viral. The musical human-canine duo perform in Fort Langley, as they have for a long time. It’s just the face shield that has changed. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

THROUGH YOUR LENS: Busking in the new normal

Send us your photo showing how you view Langley, and it could be featured in a future edition

  • May 28, 2020
Mike and Oskar’s act goes anti-viral. The musical human-canine duo perform in Fort Langley, as they have for a long time. It’s just the face shield that has changed. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Fort Langley National Historic Site is closed for more than two months due to COVID-19 concerns. (Langley Advance Times files)

Fort Langley National Historic Site to reopen with limited services on June 8

No interpreters, group activities, events, or oTENTik stays will be offered until further notice

Fort Langley National Historic Site is closed for more than two months due to COVID-19 concerns. (Langley Advance Times files)
A visual rendering of Summerset Benefit concert, as it was originally planned for 2020. (Red Door Events)

Summerset organizers aim to appeal restriction to continue with Langley drive-in festival

A recent provincial health decision, no more than 50 vehicles are permitted to gather for B.C. events

A visual rendering of Summerset Benefit concert, as it was originally planned for 2020. (Red Door Events)
Crews were on scene on Tuesday, May 26 demolishing buildings at Glover Road and Church Street in Fort Langley. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Buildings demolished in Fort Langley core

The site at Glover and Church street has been proposed for eventual development

Crews were on scene on Tuesday, May 26 demolishing buildings at Glover Road and Church Street in Fort Langley. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Rod Larson booked his first haircut since January on Tuesday, visiting the Old Crow barber shop in Langey City to undo months of neglect. Authorities have allowed barbers, hair salons and other businesses to resume, under restrictions designed to quell the spread of COVID-19. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Slow and careful as Langley businesses re-open doors

Restaurants and salons, among others, will be able to allow in customers

Rod Larson booked his first haircut since January on Tuesday, visiting the Old Crow barber shop in Langey City to undo months of neglect. Authorities have allowed barbers, hair salons and other businesses to resume, under restrictions designed to quell the spread of COVID-19. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Fort Langley artists kick off season with a ‘virtual menagerie’

Fort Langley artists kick off season with a ‘virtual menagerie’

Flagstop Gallery in the historic CN station isn’t open yet, but the artists are hosting a show online

  • May 18, 2020
Fort Langley artists kick off season with a ‘virtual menagerie’
A non-May Day parade through Fort Langley on Monday, May 18, 2020. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Car collectors come out in droves for drive through Fort Langley

‘Spontaneous’ drive replaces annual May Day Parade, surprising village residents and shoppers alike

A non-May Day parade through Fort Langley on Monday, May 18, 2020. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)