Langley Township fire halls throw open their doors

Families are encouraged to visit Township fire halls during open houses.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on inside Township fire halls during open houses June 21 and 22.

The Township firefighters invite families in for a visit. The open houses give children a chance to meet their local fire crews, visit with Sparky the Fire Dog, and sit in a fire truck. Grown ups have a chance to ask questions about Township fire services.

During the free open houses, visitors are encouraged to bring their cameras, take a tour, and enjoy a hands-on look at what it is like inside the community’s fire halls.

The events run 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Tuesday, June 21

• Hall 3 (Aldergrove): 26316 30A Ave.

• Hall 5 (Brookswood): 20355 32nd Ave.

• Hall 6 (Murrayville): 22170 50th Ave.

• Hall 7 (Otter): 3876 248th St.

Wednesday, June 22

• Hall 2 (Fort Langley): 23137 96th Ave.

• Hall 4 (Willoughby): 20253 72nd Ave.

• Hall 8 (Walnut Grove): 9580 208th St.

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