Nice ride: Ron Krahn admired a 1968 Mustang on display at the GVMA Mustang Round-Up

Langley Faces and Places… Sept. 3, 2015

How you can share? Faces and Places is a round up of items of interest to Langley.

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The world, including a mural of the famed Taj Mahal, came to Willoughby for the Langley International Festival. On Aug. 23, Julia Huang strolled in front of the mural situated inside the festival’s international village. (Troy Landreville/Langley Advance)


Students from Woo Kim Langley Tae Kwon Do got their kicks by wowing onlookers with their board-breaking skills during a demonstration as part of the Langley International Festival at Willoughby Community Park. The festival ran Aug. 22 and 23.  (Troy Landreville/Langley Advance)











(Troy Landreville/Langley Advance) Hmmm: Shema Chiang, four, pondered her next colouring move on Aug. 23 at the Langley International Festival.



















How’s the view up there: (From left) Brendan Brosseuk, Samantha Jones and Tanya Jones from Langley were at the Fair at the PNE on the opening weekend. They took a spin on the extreme pendulum ride, The Beast. The ride lifts riders up 125 feet in the air at speeds over 90 km/hr. The fair runs most days until Sept. 7.

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