An array of photos covering diverse subjects is on display in Langley City hall.
The City and the Langley Arts Council are presenting the Langley Camera Club Exhibition in the Langley City Hall foyer through Nov. 30.
Established in 1961, the Langley Camera Club offers all levels of photographers a variety of experiences such as workshops, guest speakers, competitions and weekly meetings.
Find out more at www.langleycameraclub.com.
The public is invited to stop by City hall, 20399 Douglas Cres., to see the club members' work.
This exhibit is presented as part of the Langley Arts Council's Art in Found Spaces initiative which offers artists the opportunity to showcase their talents in public locations.
For additional information on this and other Langley Arts Council opportunities, call Rosemary Wallace at 604530-3855.
THEATRE ISSUES CASTING CALL
Langley's own Brigitte Seib and Paul Cowhig are in the middle of auditioning people for Home Fires this week at Surrey Little Theatre, the community theatre troupe based in Cloverdale.
But just as they're winding up their selection process for seven women and one man for next April's play, a call has been put out for the theatre group's next production.
Langley actors are known to dominate the Surrey stage, and Bermuda Avenue Triangle will likely be no exception.
SLT has put out a casting call for both men and women ages 40 to 70.
Auditions will be happening Nov. 18 and 19, with rehearsals to start immediately after in preparation for the curtain to go up Jan. 24.
Auditions for this production will be held at the theatre, 7027 184th St. from 7 to 10 p.m. on Sunday and Monday.
In the meantime, more information about the storyline and script availab-lity can be found online at www.surreylittletheatre.com.