The Legendary Water Fight happens annually at the Al Anderson Memorial Pool in Langley City. (Langley Advance files)

Saturday will be soggy in Langley City’s legendary waterfight

Admission is $5 for the annual water battle in the outdoor pool.

There’s a reason why it’s called legendary.

The Langley City Legendary Waterfight is the annual battle royale at the Al Anderson Memorial Pool.

Where else for $5 can kids of all ages use their Supersoakers and pool noodles to go up against the fire truck hoses of Langley City Fire Rescue.

Starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 14, the battle rages for three hours. Each year features a different theme and pool staff keep a watchful eye on the soggy mayhem.

The pool is at 4949 207th St. and there’s a bleacher section for spectators although there are no guarantees they stay dry.

 

The Legendary Water Fight happens annually at the Al Anderson Memorial Pool in Langley City. (Langley Advance files)

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