Historic CN Station & Fort Langley Artists’ Group
Corner of Mavis Avenue & Glover Road
CN Station Museum – All Aboard! When rail was king.
Visit the classic CN Station at the heart of Fort Langley. The 1915 station includes original railway artifacts, and a telegraph where kids can tap out their name. The 1920s caboose is home to the delightful Glen Valley model railroad and the passenger car’s displays tell the CNR story. Walk the platform, listen to talented local buskers and meet our CN Station volunteers. T-shirts and wooden train whistles are also available for sale. Meet you at the station — the corner of Mavis and Glover.
Stop in and check out the latest “artist’s choice” exhibition on display at the FLAGstop Gallery!
Established in 1993, FLAG is a collection of artists residing in either Langley City or the Township of Langley who are dedicated to their own art and to the promotion of the arts in their community.
Goals Within FLAG – Members share ideas, visions, and opinions; members request feedback and provide support for each other. We learn together and value the inspirations and insights offered within the group. We provide members with creative and artistic connections. Members present regular Exhibitions, Painting On-Site, and Special Theme-Based Shows at the FLAGstop Gallery located in the Langley Heritage Society CN Train Station in Fort Langley.
Goals Outside FLAG – Members work to promote the Arts within our community. We are involved in large and small collective events that promote not only Fort Langley, but the Township of Langley as a community that embraces the Arts.
Our artists specialize in watercolour, oils, acrylics, pastel, drawing, clay, sculpture, mixed media, and photography (black and white and colour). Subject matter varies from contemporary to classical; some artists prefer portraiture, others landscape – the choice is endless.
FLAG is non-profit and self-supporting.
OPEN weekends May to September noon to 4:00pm or by appointment.