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Looking Back On 2016 Willoughby DAYZ

We had another very successful Willoughby DAYZ on July 9th this year! We hope that you had a chance to join in the festivities and see what our community has to offer.

Willoughby DAYZ winnerOur merchants came together to provide products and gift cards for gift baskets totaling in excess of over $2000. Participants took part in visiting each merchant and getting their Passport stamped to be entered into the draw.

A huge thank you goes out to G&F Financial for organizing the event and to all the volunteers who joined in the fun and helped us make this annual event happen.

Thanks to Aldor Acres, Teddy Bear Clinic practitioners, DJ Wailen Dalen Entertainment, Olympian Douglas Vandor, Vancouver Giants, and the Vancouver Tumblebus for being there as well.

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Langley Holiday Event at Willoughby Town Centre

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12 Dayz of Christmas - December 12, 2015

Join us for lots of family holiday fun this Langley Holiday Event taking place on Saturday December 12, 2015 from 11am – 3pm.

Complete with a performance by Karen Lee Batten, beautiful clothing displayed in a fashion show by Vanilla Clothing, face painting, a petting zoo, horse-drawn carriage rides, and lots of crafts and displays, we hope you will be able to join us.

To keep up on additional information please visit our Willoughby Town Centre Facebook page regularly for updates, and share with your friends.

Fall Fun in Langley & Fort Langley

Fall is in the air!

The changing colours of the leaves and crisp weather make us realize that our beautiful summer is now over. But for many, the coziness of Fall is the best time of year.


So grab a jacket and take part in some  of the many of great activities in Langley and Fort Langley.

Fort-to-Fort Trail

Take a stroll through Fort Langley and take in the picturesque sights of colourful fall leaves reflecting off the sparking Fraser River. Afterwards, enjoy a warm latte, baked treat and a good read at Wendel’s Bookstore and Cafe.

Cranberry Festival

Come celebrate the cranberry harvest at the 20th Annual Cranberry Festival in Fort Langley on Saturday, October 10, 2015. Check out unique local vendors, free live entertainment, pancake breakfast, and enjoy some family fun! Don’t miss out on what is always a great day in the centre of Fort Langley.

Pumpkin Patch

Visit Aldor Acres and experience the farm during its popular Harvest Festival.  Take a stroll past the ice cream shop and visit with the cows, calves, and kittens that live in the dairy barn. You may even get the chance to milk a cow!

Community Markets

Don’t miss out on the last day of the Walnut Grove Community Market on October 12, 2015 from 4pm-8pm. Check out some local artisans and live entertainment, enjoy food and wine tastings, and make sure to pick up some fresh local produce before you leave.

Also, don’t miss out on the last Langley Community Farmers Market of the season on October 14, 2015. Drop by for a fun fall celebration with pumpkin carving, an end of season book sale, a canning demo, free face painting for kids, pumpkin-apple soup sampling at the Market Kitchen, and THE LARGEST SURPRISE you could imagine at 4:30 pm! Activities start at 2pm and end at 5pm!

The Fort Langley Village Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday until October 31, 2015.  Stock up on freshly-picked field greens and vegetables, check out local artisans, and some yummy treats.


The popular Grave Tales historic walking tours are back! Spine-chilling stories are told by night by expert storytellers as you walk through the Fort Langley village. Tours run from October 15 – 31, 2015. Get your tickets in advance! Age 18+ only. Check website for dates and times.

On October 31, 2015 come on down to the Halloween Hoot at the Fort, a fun-filled event geared toward young families. Trick-r-treat at the Fort Langley Historic Site and discover spooktacular surprises along the way! Put on your costume, get your face painted and spark some creativity.

BC Day Long Weekend Events in the Fraser Valley

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If you are planning on staying in town this upcoming long weekend consider one of the following fun local events to keep you busy. Everything from going back in time to the fur trade days and experiencing the vast ethnic variety of food the Fraser Valley provides, to taking in the theatre or an old time drag race.

Brigade Days

Fort Langley
August 1, 2 & 3, 2015

Learn from the HBC workers, Aboriginal Traders and trappers as they engage in stories, song and sharing skills.

BC Farm Museum

Fort Langley
August 2 & 3, 2015

Visit the BC Farm Museum and take in the garden scale model trains.

Bard in the Valley

Douglas Park Spirit Square
(20550 Douglas Crescent, Langley)
July 30-31, August 1 & 2, 2015

This free event features Love’s Labour’s Lost by William Shakespeare. The Bard in the Valley has one goal, one passion – Shakespeare For Everyone.

Civic Holiday at Chaberton Winery

August 3, 2015

Enjoy the ambiance at Chaberton Winery where you can pick up a bottle of wine, listen to live music, and even pick up something to eat from two food trucks that will be on site, or cheese from the wine shop.

Langley Loafers B.C. Oldtime Drags At Mission

July 31, August 1 & 2, 2015

Do you love the sound of engines revving and watching cars go fast? The Mission Raceway is hosting the B.C. Oldtime Drag races.

Surrey Night Market

Cloverdale Exhibition Grounds
July 31, August 1 & 2, 2015

Distinguished as the only multi-cultural night market in the Fraser Valley, there is sure to be something for everyone. From sampling an amazing variety of food, to enjoying live performances, and fun for the whole family.

Willoughby DAYZ – July 11, 2015

Willoughby DAYZ is coming to Willoughby Town Centre!


This Saturday, join our wonderful residents, local talent and neighbourhood retailers for some summer fun.

On July 11, 2015 from 11am – 4pm we invite you to join us for a live performance by Karen Lee Batten, 3-time winner of the BCCMA’s Female Vocalist of the Year, as well as live entertainment from students of the Music Schools International Langley, and spinning live all day – DJMAK 6.

Our marketplace will be open, with free food and refreshments provided by Hakam’s Independent Grocer, free Dilly Bars for the first 500 people, supplied by Dairy Queen, face painting, and a Teddy Bear Clinic, just to name a few.

There are also opportunities for you to WIN some great prizes from local Willoughby Town Centre retailers, including a Disneyland trip for 4, courtesy of G&F Financial Group.

Ways to WIN:

1. Pick up your Passport at any Willoughby Town Centre store and get it stamped to enter to win up to $1700 in Willoughby Town Centre Gift Cards.

2. Enter to win a trip for four to Disneyland being drawn at the end of the day.