Inner Ring Circus arrives at McBurney Plaza on July 9.

5 Dates to Save in Langley City This Summer

Hello summer! Let’s celebrate in McBurney Plaza as we look forward to the warm months ahead.

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CAPTION: Anne Janelle and James Hill bring Music to the Plaza on July 23.

Downtown Langley is going to be this summer’s destination for dance parties, carnivals, live music, critters and science in the Plaza!

The McBurney Plaza Summer Series is back for its second year with something for every age.

Join us in McBurney Plaza, on the one-way at 20518 Fraser Highway, Saturday’s from noon to 3pm.

Browse the local shops, grab a bite to eat or a cold treat, and take advantage of the exciting entertainment being offered free of charge by the Downtown Langley Business Association and the City of Langley.

For a complete list of events happening in Downtown Langley this summer visit: www.downtownlangley.com.

June 25 – Party in the Plaza

Kick off the season to the sound of steel drums, yummy food samples, our free photo booth and dance to your favourite hits performed by BC Country Music Nominee Andrew Christopher.

July 9 – Big Top in the Plaza

Step right up as Inner Ring Circus; the West Coast’s favourite Jugglers, presents high-level circus skills with their “Cause & Effect Circus” performance. Visit Scruffles the Clown for balloon creations, learn to juggle, and enjoy popcorn, facepainting, and more!

July 23 – Music in the Plaza

Toes will be tapping in McBurney Plaza as world renowned ukulele virtuoso James Hill, and the incredibly talented ‘cellist-turned-songwriter’ Anne Janelle, take the stage in McBurney Plaza.

August 6 – Animals in the Plaza

If it barks, hops, crawls or squawks, you’ll find it at Animals in the Plaza! Join us in McBurney Plaza for an afternoon of animal education and hands on fun. Please leave your pets at home.

September 17 – Science in the Plaza

We welcome Science World to downtown Langley! Join us for spectacular and engaging live shows and first hand interactive activities.

CAPTION: Science in the Plaza is September 17 in McBurney Plaza.

 

 

 

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