Langley Pos-Abilities pub night is on the way

The Langley Pos-Abilities annual pub night is just a few days away.

On April 6, supporters of the society, which helps improve the lives of people with disabilities in Langley, will gather at the Artful Dodger Neighbourhood Pub at 2364 200th Street.

The evening’s festivities will include live entertainment from Joanne Chiasson and Helen Wells, a buffet dinner, door prizes, and both a silent and live auction.

Wild Bill Henke will be this year’s live auctioneer.

Doors open at 5 p.m., dinner is at 6:30 p.m., and only 100 tickets will be sold.

Money raised will go towards the society’s goal of helping people who do not qualify for government or private aid programs, and providing more information about resources that already exist.

To order tickets, talk to a Pos-Abilities director, or go to, or phone 604-961-0117.

All tickets are $25.

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