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Volunteers at the museum!

Volunteering Opportunities

Please Note: We are now accepting volunteer applications. Due to Covid-19, we do not yet have any start dates for when programming will begin, but we would still like to hear from you. We will contact you with more information as it becomes available.

Volunteers play an important role in the day to day activities of the museum. They are the heart and soul of the facility and we couldn’t provide the high level of programming without them.

A special thank you to all Langley Centennial Museum volunteers for all that they do!

Interesting in joining our amazing volunteer team?
There are lots of ways to get involved!


Docent Led Programs

Every year more than 45 docent volunteers provide museum tours and programs for school children. These volunteer educators, called docents, commit three hours per week for much of the school year to deliver the programs and attend special training programs throughout the year. Over 5,000 school children each year attend the programs given by these enthusiastic and skilled volunteers.

Photo: Margaret Halvorsen receiving recognition for her 30 years of service

For more information, contact the Arts and Heritage Educator via email at


Volunteers lead hands-on activities that make our special events fun for visitors.
These events include:

  • Family Day Event

  • Easter Sunday 

  • May Day Parade in Fort Langley

  • Canada Day 

  • Culture Days

  • Halloween Event

  • Pioneer Christmas

For more information, contact the Arts and Culture Programmer via email at

Office Assistance

Volunteers perform vital behind the scenes assistance. They help with typing, folding and stuffing, sewing, and preparing educational materials.

For more information, contact the Arts and Culture Programmer via email at


We’re missing our volunteers! The Curatorial Department has developed exciting transcription opportunities that can be achieved from afar. Check out more information by clicking here.

If you are passionate about history and research, or want to learn more and gain experience working with exhibits and collections, please contact


Summer Camps

High School students participate for fun, and gain volunteer hours for school credit.

For more information, contact the Arts and Culture Programmer via email at

Volunteer Benefits

  • Learn new skills

  • Share your knowledge

  • Be a part of a great team

  • Share in the excitement of engaging the community

Get Involved!

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