Langley community group inviting art submissions

You've Gotta Have Friends is accepting visual and written arts for its annual exhibit at Arts Alive.

Arts Alive is all about giving people an outlet for their creativity.

Again this year, the community group You’ve Gotta Have Friends will be having an exhibit to do the same.

The fifth annual Expressions of Light Art Exhibit will be at Arts Alive as well as on display after until Aug. 28 at the YGHF office.

YGHF held an art competition asking people to submit their art, any visual or written form. After the Aug. 12 deadline, the art was assembled into the exhibit.

Works must be framed or ready to hang or display and can be dropped off by 4 p.m. on Aug. 12.

For more information, contact 604-533-6546, or

After the showing at Arts Alive on Aug. 15, the works can be seen at the YGHF office, 20510 Fraser Hwy. until the end of the month.

You’ve Gotta Have Friends is a non-profit organization that fosters connection and belonging in community and has been raising awareness about how kindness connects people.

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