Langley, what is your perfect Valentine’s Day?

Tell us about your perfect Valentine’s Day celebration and you could win a $50 gift certificate to a popular Langley eatery.

Do you dream of jetting off to Paris for dinner in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower or breakfast in bed. Cuddling up by the fire with your beloved or maybe a stroll in the rain?

We will be doing a random draw from the entries and the prize is a gift certificate to Pasta Polo in Willowbrook. The prize does not have to be used on a particular day.

(Oh, and saying the ideal is a dinner at a certain pasta restaurant won’t have an impact on who wins.)

The plan is to use some of the entries in the paper prior to Valentine’s Day so it’s a great way to drop a few hints to a certain someone.

(Be creative and have some fun but remember to keep the entries G-rated).

The deadline to enter is Friday, Feb. 5 at 5 p.m. (Pacific Time). The winner must be able to pick up the prize at the Langley Advance office, 6375 202nd St., during regular office hours. Contest open to Langley residents 19 and older. The contest is not open to Black Press employees and their family members.

Entries must include the person’s name, home address and telephone number. Please put Valentine in the subject line.

Submit your entries HERE.

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