Celebrate Canada Day’s 150th Birthday in the place where British Columbia was born. Fort Langley Village is where you want to be for family fun and entertainment. Several Community Partners have joined together to bring you and arts, heritage and multicultural experience. The celebration on King Street runs from 11 am to 3pm
We have Shakespeare to Hip Hop and everything imaginable in between. There will be face painters, jugglers, balloon twisters, wheel barrow races, a First Nations Art Exhibit, Historical Re-enactments, birthday cake, a literary festival, cultural performers and more. Music and Fabulous Entertainment on three stages. Free admission to Old Fort Langley where you can pan for gold, see blacksmith demonstrations and learn about early British Columbia History.
With more than eight arts and cultural groups participating there is plenty to see and do.
Our performers will include:
- Peter G-G – Stilt Walker
- Kellie Haines, Ventriloquist
- North American Hanyang Arts & Culture Centre Performers
- Kunda African Culture Music & Dance
- Gizmo the Clown/Joseph the Magician
While festivities on King Street are between 10:30 and 3pm the Fort is open till five and lelem arts and cultural café at Bedford Landing is open until later.
Bard in the Valley is once again performing at the Fort Langley Community Hall. Performance begins at 7pm
Canada Day in Fort Langley is funded in part by the Government of Canada through the department of Canadian Heritage.
“We acknowledge the [financial] support of the Government of Canada.”
« Nous reconnaissons l’appui [financier] du gouvernement du Canada. »
Canada Day Celebrations in Fort Langley are also supported with a community grant from the
Come Celebrate Canada Day in Fort Langley BC the Birthplace of British Columbia It is the place where heritage meets the arts head on. Celebrate Canada Day with the Museums on King Street.
This is Canada’s 150th Birthday, the Sesquicentennial anniversary of our nation and there is no better place in Metro Vancouver than to Celebrate Canada Day in Fort Langley.