Langley sports clubs invite in public

Senior men’s golf resumed in late March. The Poppy Senior Men’s Golf Club is looking for new members (over 55). The club (not affiliated with the golf course) is a not for profit club playing Wednesday mornings.

For more information, check out the club’s website at

Tennis, anyone?

A little southwest of there is another chance for some recreation.

Drop-in mixed doubles tennis starts April 3 at the courts by Brookswood Secondary, 20902 37A Ave. Drop-in tennis runs April through October, weather permitting, on Tuesday and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m.

This is friendly, drop-in tennis but it’s starting a bit earlier this year. It’s mostly an older crowd but it’s open to anyone.

The tennis courts at the school have been resurfaced so players are looking forward to taking advantage of them.

Anyone with questions can contact Ella at 604-534-1658.

Get y’er feet wet

The public has a chance to try dragon boating 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 12 at the Langley Paddlesport Dock in Fort Langley.

No equipment is required, and the Fort Langley Canoe Club event goes rain or shine.

People must be 15 and older, and a parent or guardian must sign a waiver for those 15-17). There’s no need to sign up in advance. Just show up and there is an on-site tent for registration and equipment fitting (such as personal floatation devices).

The place is get information is via email to Miriam (

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