Youth fun to be had around Langley

Langley Township and City have diverse events planned for Youth Week which runs May 1-7.

They range from sporty competition and the ability to try out different sports like Zumba and lazer bowling to a talent show and committing random acts of kindness.

Some events have a minimal fee but most are free. Check whether they require advance registration due to a limited number of participants.

Youth Week is a provincial declaration held during the first week of May.

Langley City

Phone 604-514-2999 for more information.”

May 1 – Lazer Bowling Tournament | Take on the RCMP and the City of Langley’s Mayor and Council to see who can pull out the win. 4:30-6 p.m. at Willowbrook Lanes. Free. Pizza and pop provided. Sign up in advance at 604-514-2940.

May 2 – Invite Night | Bbq, Dj/Live bands, Road Hockey tournament, Photobooth and More! 7-9 p.m. at #120-5501 204 St. The City has teamed with Southgate Church Youth.

May 3 – Talent Show | Check out Langley’s Youth Talent. 2:30-4:30 p.m. at McBurney Lane. Free to enter. For more information, call Megan at 604-514-2999.

May 4 – Langley Walk and the Epic Bouncy Castle | Come celebrate the 52nd Annual Walk and Check out the Entertainment

May 5 – Random Acts of Kindness | Keep a look out for Youth around Langley City showing others kindness and appreciation. Call 604-514-2940 for more.

May 6 – Langley’s Amazing Race | Race around the city with your team to see who comes out on top. Call 604-514-2940 for more details.

May 7 – Drop-in Yoga | Come check out this free class at Langley Secondary School, 3-4 p.m.

Langley Township

Thursday, May 1

Skate Park Jam

Walnut Grove Community Centre

3-5pm  |  Free

Loonie Admission

$1 grants admittance to the pool

or fitness facility

W.C. Blair Recreation Centre

6:30 – 8:30pm

Friday, May 2

Youth Only

Weight Room Orientation

Willoughby Community Centre

3:15-4:15pm  |  Free with admission*

Registration required

Loonie Admission

$1 grants admittance to the pool

or fitness facility

W.C. Blair Recreation Centre

6:30 – 8:30pm

Walnut Grove Community Centre

6:30-10pm

Saturday, May 3

Scriptum Vox – Youth Poetry Slam

lelem’ arts and culture cafe

100, 23285 Billy Brown Road

2-4pm  |  Entry fee:  $5/competitor

Registration required

More information and registration forms:

604.532.3526  |  museum.tol.ca

Youth Badminton Tournament

Walnut Grove Community Centre

6:30 – 8:30pm  |  $5/team

Registration required

Sunday, May 4

Loonie Admission

$1 grants admittance to the pool

or fitness facility

Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre

12-2pm

Walnut Grove Community Centre

10am – 12pm

52nd Annual Langley Walk

Fort Langley National Historic Site

23433 Mavis Avenue

12pm     Registration  

1:30pm        Walk begins

Free

More information:  

604.533.6086  |  city.langley.bc.ca

604.514.2940  |  tol.ca/events

Monday, May 5

Youth Only

Weight Room Orientation

Walnut Grove Community Centre

3-4pm  |  Free with admission*

Registration required

Tuesday, May 6

Youth Jam

Aldergrove Athletic Park

29 Avenue & 267B Street

3:30-5pm  |  Free

Youth Pilates

Walnut Grove Community Centre

3-3:45pm  |  Free

Registration required

Wednesday, May 7

Big Day Out

Murrayville Outdoor Activity Park

at W.C. Blair Recreation Centre

3:30-5:30pm  |  Free

Youth Zumba

Walnut Grove Community Centre

4-5pm | Free

Registration required

Loonie Admission

$1 grants admittance to the pool

or fitness facility

Walnut Grove Community Centre

6:30 – 8:30pm

3-on-3 Ball Tournament

Walnut Grove Community Centre

7:30-10pm  |  $6/team

Volleyball Tourney

Willoughby Community Centre

7 – 8:30pm  |  $10/team

*Youth Drop-in rate: 1/$3.20

A week full of events!  Here’s the scoop…

13-18 yrs

tol.ca/events

Township venues

Aldergrove Kinsmen

Community Centre

26770 – 29 Avenue

604.856.2899

Walnut Grove

Community Centre

8889 Walnut Grove Drive

604.882.0408

W.C. Blair

Recreation Centre

22200 Fraser Highway

604.533.6170

Willowbrook

Recreation Centre

20338 – 65 Avenue

604.532.3500

Willoughby

Community Centre

7888 – 200 Street

604.455.8821

Langley Centennial Museum

9135 King Street

604.532.3536

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