Summer Fun for Everyone in the Township of Langley

Summer Fun for Everyone in the Township of Langley

For families and friends, locals and visitors, the Township of Langley has a sizzling lineup of sunny daytime activities and hot events and festivals this summer

The Township of Langley lights up summer with family-friendly entertainment and annual-favourite festivals and events. With different options cycling through the summer months, there’s always something fresh on offer. Explore the entire region, and experience new and returning happenings this summer.


NEW Garden, Grooves and Grills: A Country Gala at Sage & Solace Farm – July 13
Dress in your best western gear for an exciting evening featuring live music from Whiskey Blind, a line dancing class, hearty pork roast by Pork Mafia, locally distilled spirits from Mainland Whisky, and more. This picnic-style evening invites you to bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy lively country hospitality. Learn more and purchase tickets ($95) here.

NEW Saber & Sip – The Art of Sabrage at Township 7 Vineyards
Township 7 Vineyards & Winery invites guests to master sabrage, the dramatic, ceremonial technique for opening a sparkling wine bottle, in an experience featuring a tasting flight of its acclaimed Seven Stars sparkling wine series. Guests are welcomed with a glass of sparkling wine and guided by expert hosts who share the winery’s history, the evolution of sparkling wine and finally the sabrage technique. The experience includes tasting four wines and a live sabrage demonstration, where guests can try the saber technique themselves in a safe and controlled setting. Learn more and book reservations here.

NEW Heritage Bites, a Forest to Farm to Fork Tour with Chew On This Tasty Tours
The beloved tour company offers a new, immersive culinary experience in Langley this summer. The self-guided tour (featuring a carefully crafted itinerary) begins with wellness enhancing forest bathing in Campbell Valley, where guests follow along on a downloadable guided meditation. Next, enjoy delicious scones and tea at Tracycakes Bakery. The tour continues with delectable stops at Porter’s Bistro Coffee & Tea House, Milner Valley Cheese, JD Farms and BC Buzz Honey, ending with a tasting at Roots & Wings Distillery. Learn more and book here.


Full Bloom Lavender Farm, June 22 to July 22
Stroll through the fragrant rows of this family-run farm in South Langley, featuring over 2,500 lavender plants and 11 distinct varieties. You can buy fresh and dried lavender, as well as a range of lavender products, including lavender ice cream. The farm is open on select dates from June 22 to at least July 22. For specific dates and hours, please visit the website. Tickets are $9 per person, with free entry for children aged 3 and under. Seniors (65+) and children (4-12 years) can enjoy reduced prices available at the gate. Purchase general admission tickets here.

Fort Langley Night Market, June 28 to September 27
The popular Fort Langley Night Market is back! Starting June 28, it will run every Friday evening from 5 to 10 pm throughout July, August, and September. Enjoy more than 70 vendors, a kid’s zone, live music and a bar that hosts local breweries, wineries, and the Fraser Valley Cider Company. Learn more here.

Aldergrove Fair Days, July 19 to 21
The 112th annual Aldergrove Fair celebrates “Country Roots and Cowboy Boots” with a fairground full of family fun. It kicks off on the Friday night with a Car Show. Throughout the weekend, enjoy old-fashioned games in the Kidzone, mainstage entertainment, unique vendors, food trucks, a beverage garden and various agricultural displays and demonstrations. Highlights include an antique tractor pull, rides, games and more. Don your cowboy hat and boots and come on down! Learn more here.

Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival, July 25 to 28
The Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival, known for its vibrant atmosphere and diverse musical lineup, will offer a range of family-friendly activities, workshops, and cultural expressions in the heart of the Village this year. By centralizing the festival’s events, it aims to provide an immersive experience in music, art, culture, and community. Attendees can enjoy a free, diverse program along with ticketed headliner events, ensuring a wonderful experience for all. Learn more here.

Media release and images provided by Morgan Sommerville, Serena PR.

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