Langley’s Six Gun Romeos is back at Arts Alive

Langley’s Salt Lane features Arts Alive fun

A local business owner has planned several activities on the lane.

Six Gun Romeos is “super upbeat, so much fun, and local,” that Tanya Nahal couldn’t help but invite them back to Arts Alive this weekend.

This is the third year running that Nahal, owner of one of the Salt Lane businesses – Hallowville Manor – is organizing activities in the lane in front of her shop.

And, she’s excited to be bringing back the popular Langley rock-a-billy band that was so well received in Salt Lane by last year’s Arts Alive crowd.

This year, the Salt Lane festivities will follow a carnival theme, complete with the familiar smells and flavours such as popcorn, hotdogs, and candy apples. As well, Nahal has booked Circus Lab to perform.

“It’s going to be a blast,” she told the Langley Advance Tuesday, while cutting out 200 pink footsteps she’s going to be placing throughout the lane, guiding participants to the different Salt Lane activities.

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