Community

Life OAP membership awarded to Fran Colebank

Fran has been a mainstay at the Aldergrove OAPO for many years

Langley university offers free help around the home and yard

Trinity Western University has about 700 students who will provide free labour on Workday.

Learn about Canada along a Langley river

A unique event on Saturday lets people wander the trails of the Nicomekl flood plain.

Langley Looking Back: TWU’s Community Covenant has been making news for decades

History from the files of the Langley Advance which has been publishing since 1931.

  • Sep 20th, 2017

Cloverdale dancers set to take world stage in Germany, Denmark

Three students raising funds to go to world dance championships this fall

Tournament of Hope a big success

Gateway Tournament raised over $53,000 for Salvation Army

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Langley charities unite with Pups for Pups

     

    West Fine Art Show, Langley, Sept. 8, 9 and 10

       

      Langley Good Times Cruise-In: Aldergrove's time to shine

         

        Langley retiree is a volunteer grave cleaner

           

          B.C. pond hockey game receives Canada-wide exposure

          A picture of a pond hockey game in Lytton has been included in a Canadian Museum of History booklet

          Langley donations more than triple in annual Thanksgiving food drive

          Latter-Day Saints church hosted a family festival to thank volunteers in door-to-door collection.

          Meet-and-greets spotlight volunteer needs in Langley neighbourhoods

          Langley’s new volunteer bureau is building community by marrying people and organizations.

          Langley Mountie saddles up for 750-km, nine-day fundraising bike ride

          Const. Rochelle Carr and 22 other law enforcement personnel leave Thursday on the Tour de Valley.

          BC Rivers Day marked in Langley at unique garden setting

          The annual community festival kicks off Water Weeks and various local activities.

          Health fair for families is Saturday in Langley

          There’s lots for the kids to do while their parents are learning.

          • Sep 19th, 2017

          British Invasion fundraiser’s low turnout ‘a terrible slap in the face’

          Sandy Dunkley isn’t sure she’ll host another fundraiser after Cloverdale event fails to break even

          Joe pushing for change through Langley

          Groups in town are arranging a walking welcome on Sept. 27.

          • Sep 18th, 2017

          PHOTOS: Old-fashioned Langley country fair marks parks 50th birthday

          Country Celebration attracted more than 5,000 people to Campbell Valley Regional Park this weekend.

          PHOTOS: Run helps many Langley participants remember loved ones lost to cancer

          Walnut Grove families and companies making Terry Fox Run a tradition.

          PHOTOS: Volunteers – like one in particular – make Langley City’s Terry Fox Run ‘successful’

          Award-winning Toots Tucker contributes her time to a dozen organizations – including the Fox run.

          Virtual becomes reality at library

          Experience the thrill of virtual reality at Fraser Valley Regional Library

          • Sep 17th, 2017

          Aldergrove’s Clothes2U marks 15th year

          Aldergrove-based Clothes2U celebrates their 15th anniversary of giving items free to those in need

          Lapidary skills shared at gem club show

          Aldergrove hosts annual Fraser Valley Rock and Gem Club Show and Sale