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Exploring New Cultures through Music at Community Day 2018


Free Family Fun Event for All Ages

Media Release

Langley City, British Columbia – A fusion of music is coming to Douglas Park Spirit Square on Saturday, June 16 for the 24th annual Community Day event.  Starting at 11:00 a.m., the ‘Multicultural music’ themed celebration will feature groups of talented musicians and performers, a delicious concession fundraiser in support of Douglas Park Community School (meals $5 or under), and an assortment of free activities and games for kids, teens, adults and seniors alike.

“This year’s event focuses on multiculturalism and diversity, and features musical performers that represent the various cultures in our neighbourhoods and surrounding communities,” said Mayor Ted Schaffer, “Community Day is all about inspiring individuals, businesses and community groups to come together to strengthen community pride and reinforce community togetherness and belonging.”

Langley City’s signature event has activities for all ages including face painting, kids crafts, bouncy castles and a bouncy castle slide combo, Extreme Rush, 77’ Obstacle Course, Monster Basketball, ball hockey arena, Hamster Ball Race, Hungry Hippo Chow Down, The Eliminator, 9-Hole Mini Golf Course, Rock Wall, Bingo, and a Kids Fire Firefighter Challenge. And it is all FREE!

Residents are also encouraged to bring your bike to the event for the RCMP free bike registration program. Registering your bike is important; the information pertaining to your bike is needed to assist Law Enforcement personnel and you if you are making an insurance claim. Take just a few minutes out of your day to join the Langley RCMP for this FREE bike registration.

During the event, attendees can sign up to win $200 in gift cards to Save-On-Foods (kindly donated by the Save-On-Foods Langley City, which is located on 20151 Fraser Highway), a Parks Department custom wooden bench or one of the 7 Council designed planters.

Another contest is also launching at Community Day this year, Summer in the City Giveaways. At every Langley City event or activity this summer, attendees can submit a completed entry form to win up to $200 in prizes, and if they take a photo/selfie at the event, tag @LangleyCity with #LCThePlacetoBe they will get another chance to win!. Prizes will be announced via social media and participant must be able to pick up the prize at Langley City Hall, 20399 Douglas Crescent. Prizes will be drawn every week. No purchase required. Participants must be 13 years old or older to win.


Douglas Park Live Entertainment
20550 Douglas Crescent, Langley
11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.       Kwantlen First Nations Drums & Dance
11:35 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.       Seabillys Celtic Music
12:05 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.       LE PLAISIR – Chinese & Taiwanese Traditional Dancers
12:35 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.         Surrey Firefighters Pipes n’ Drums
1:05 p.m.   – 1:30 p.m.         AVA BHANGRA Indian Dancers
1:35 p.m.   – 2:00 p.m.         SUKI – Indian Folk Music
2:05 p.m.   – 2:30 p.m.         Maria Hillmer & Her Mexico Vivo Dancer Group
2:35 p.m.   – 2:45 p.m.         Closing Draws for prizes, and closing remarks

2018 Community Day Participation List
Southgate Church
Langley Community Services
Langley Animal Protection Society
Fung Loy Taoist Tai Chi Society
Save on Foods
Langley Arts Council
Langley Pos-Abilities
Langley Field Naturalists
Bard in the Valley
FV Search and Rescue
Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Langley
Langley Chinese Arts and Cultural Association
Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation
FV Regional Library
Langley Riverman
Terry Fox Run
Woo Kim Tae Kwon Do
You’ve Gotta Have Friends
Langley Seniors Resource Centre
Bria Communities
Escape on the Move
Pickle ball Demonstrations
Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society
MCFD – Foster Care Recruitment
Metro Vancouver
Langley Early Years Centre
Langley Volunteer Bureau
Power for All - Paediatrics, Mental Health and Adventure Therapy Willowbrook Montessori
Langley Baseball



Have your say on the One-Way!

Visit the Fraser Highway One-Way Project booth at Community Day, and have your say on potential changes to Fraser Highway between 204 Street and 206 Street. We want to hear from you on how we can create a more welcoming, pedestrian-friendly downtown core. Tell us what you love about the current One-Way, and give feedback on possible improvements, such as patios, street amenities, public art, and creation of flexible green spaces.

For more information about Community Day, call 604.514.2940 or


Media Inquiries:

Samantha Paulson
Communications Officer
Langley City