The 2019 Summer Festival Series
Thursday, June 27, 2019 7:00 PM – Thursday, August 29, 2019 7:00 PM
Back by popular demand, this summer at the outdoor Amphitheatre.
Join us for one, or all of these entertaining evenings! Free – all ages welcome.
7:00pm unless otherwise noted
Willoughby Community Park Amphitheatre
Special Bonus Performance
Sunday, July 28
12:00 - 1:00pm
Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival
Centre Stage, located in front of the Fort Langley Community Hall
Arts, Culture and Community Initiatives
September 28 - 29
Take a look at the current exhibit Langley Collects, and learn about multiples as collectors and as artists. What inspiration can we take from these collectors? Join artist Helen Brownsword in creating your own multiples in this outdoor printmaking workshop. Using both found materials and your own creations, learn about the process of printmaking and repeating, and the importance of consistency.
Join us at the Langley Centennial Museum in welcoming the Mobile Museum! In addition to the Langley Centennial Museum's permanent and rotating exhibits, the Mobile Museum will be onsite offering hands-on opportunities to learn about artifacts, as well as an enticing presentation. The Mobile Museum consists of an extensive collection of authentic First Nations, Pioneer, Fur Trade, and Gold Rush artifacts.
Poet and Painter - Wellness through Art and Word
We've all heard that a picture is worth 1000 words, but imagine what images and words can do together! Explore the expressive combination of poetry and whimsical mixed media art-making in this workshop led by artist Helen Brownsword. Explore word and art by looking at poetry and paintings for inspiration, and listen to soothing and inspiring music.
Music with Patricia
Join local musician Patricia Dunphy in exploring music, instruments, and self expression through music. Local Singer/Songwriter Patricia Dunphy performs at open mic nights and various festivals around the lower mainland playing folk, country blues and alternative. Her compositions are political and thought provoking, involving subjects such as poverty, homelessness, and tolerance. As a Child and Youth Practitioner, Patricia utilizes an Expressive therapy model in her practice and teaches social skills through music, creative movement, and art.
Learn more about Culture Days in Canada here.