Owned and operated by the Township of Langley and founded in 1958, the Langley Centennial Museum has been organizing a Canada Day event in Fort Langley for many years. The event is focused on being an inclusive, relaxed street party that provides old-fashioned family fun, games, music and entertainment. Admission to the museum is by donation and a variety of exciting and interesting temporary and permanent exhibitions are on display throughout the year.
The museum is pleased to present the current temporary exhibit, Sacrifice and Sorrow: Langley and the Great War of 1914 to 1918, guest curated by Warren Sommer, on display until July 16, 2017.
Langley Centennial Museum’s Canada Day Celebration on King Street is being funded by the Government of Canada through the department of Canadian Heritage
The Museum also receives financial assistance from the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council.
But wait ! ! ! there is more . . . visit our neighbours at Fort Langley National Historic Site and at the BC Farm Museum, or go up the road into the village to take in the Festival of the Book at the Community Hall on Glover Road, then head on down to Billy Brown Road and the lelem arts and cultural café.
This party is a big one!