In honour of its 25th anniversary, the free Community Day Festival is bigger then ever, with family-friendly festivities from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 15 at Douglas Park!

Langley City’s FREE Community Day festival turns 25: It’s time to celebrate!

As Langley City’s Community Day turns 25, this Saturday’s celebrations will be bigger and better than ever at Douglas Park!

In honour of the 25th anniversary, the free Community Day Festival will spill over from the park into neighbouring streets, with family-friendly festivities from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 15.

Enjoy live entertainment and roaming performers, an artisan marketplace, food trucks, a beer garden and 40+ community information booths where you can learn about the array of services available in Langley City. Kids can get busy in the activity zones and on bouncy castles, and rise to the fire rescue challenge.

“Come celebrate your community and share in one of the longest-running annual events in the City of Langley!” says Rosemary Wallace, Community Day Committee Chair. “I hope to see many of our residents, visitors and friends from neighbouring communities take part in this fun-filled event for all.”

Need more reasons to join the fun? Here are 5!

  1. Come hungry! In addition to the Douglas Park Community School barbecue fundraiser, you can choose from a variety of food trucks. In all, more than 20 food options will tempt your tastebuds, and a beer garden will be located at McBurney Plaza South.
  2. Easy parking supports community: While Park Avenue and Douglas Crescent between 204 and 206 streets will be closed from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Douglas Park Community School will provide on-site parking by donation. Park from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for just $5 – cash only – and come enjoy a day full of fun.
  3. Get busy with Free, FUN activities: Really, what CAN’T you do?!Check out the climbing wall; 9-hole mini golf; Hungry Hippo Chow Down; The Eliminator; Inflatable Corn Maze; Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course; kids’ crafts; ball hockey with the Langley Rivermen; kids’ fire rescue challenge; BC Dairy Association Mobile Dairy Classroom; face painting; 5-in-1 Jungle Bouncer; and the Boom Blaster.
  4. Be entertained! A full day of entertainment opens just after 11 a.m. with DJ H20, who returns to the stage at 3 p.m. Also in the line-up is Coalmont at noon and 2 p.m. and Wes Barker at 1 p.m. Then at 5 p.m. it’s time for a free concert from the amazing Nearly Neil and the Solitary Band, a tribute to the legendary Neil Diamond that has been applauded around the world.
  5. Say ‘Hi!” and enter to WIN: Langley City also launches #LCLive! at the festival. Simply stop by the Langley City booth, complete an entry form and have a chance to win a $25 in gift certificate every week until Sept. 1.

So mark your calendars and come ready to celebrate! Community Day is just the start of activities in Langley this summer. For the full line-up, visit city.langley.bc.ca/events

 

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