Langley residents or Langley-based organizations that have contributed to the equality and diversity of this community can be nominated for the Langley International Festival awards.
The deadine for nominations is Jan. 11.
Nominees should have made an outstanding contribution to Langley through their activities, work or employment.
Individuals and organizations can be nominated.
Nomination forms and details for submitting the applications are available at www.internationalfestival.ca/.
Then on Feb. 2, the winners will be honoured at the third annual Multicultural Gala Dinner & Awards.
"The celebration recognizes the individuals and organizations for their great work for promoting equality and diversity in our community," said Dr. Sarwan Singh Randhawa, a member of the international festival board.
Last year, the Muriel Arnason Library, Langley Community Services Society, and Brandon Gabriel were winners.
Muriel Arnason Library was awarded in Innovative Projects category for its outstanding contribution to diversity in the community.
The Spirit of Diversity award was given to Langley Community Services Society for its numerous multicultural services and programs to the families.
Gabriel was awarded Ambassador of Diversity for demonstrating significant leadership in the community.
"If you are interested in attending this entertaining evening while enjoying delicious food, meeting the dignitaries, and appreciating the diversity of our culture, please reserve your seat online," Randhawa said.
Gala dinner and awards ticket information is on the festival website. Or people can call 604-514-2294.