July 25, 2024

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Langley adds entertainment options in several neighbourhoods

Langley adds entertainment options in several neighbourhoods

Adults can sip some wine while enjoying the waterpark on special evenings while families can take in a movie while hanging out in a pool at new summertime events in the Township.

Starting in July, the Township has planned several free and low-cost outdoor events happening all summer long. Community members can enjoy the Township’s parks, outdoor spaces, and facilities for concerts, fun nights, movie nights, water fights, and more.

Concerts at the Willoughby Community Park Amphitheatre every Thursday starting at 7 p.m. will showcase Canadian musicians from various genres.

• Jimmy D. Lane is on Thursday, July 4.

• Krystle Dos Santos performs July 11.

• Dino and the Sound of Soul take the stage July 18.

• Antonio Larosa is scheduled for July 25.

• Enjoy Ranj Singh on Aug. 1

• Front Page Band is booked for Aug. 8.

• Cookin’ with Brass performs Aug. 15

• Jada Leroux is on Aug. 22.

• Stephen Scaccia closes out the summer schedule with a show Aug. 29.

Meet Asher and the gang

On Fire Truck Fun Nights at Brookswood Secondary School and Philip Jackman Park, community members can check out the fire truck, learn about fire safety, try hands-on activities, and meet Township firefighters and Asher the Fire Dog. Plus, there will be inflatables, games, food trucks, a DJ spinning hit music, and more. The events start at 6 p.m.

• On Thursday, July 11, be prepared to get wet and wild in a community water fight at Philip Jackman Park. Kids and adults of all ages are welcome to participate. Bring a water gun or any type of water-dispensing device although water balloons are not permitted.

• On Thursday, Aug. 8 at Brookswood Secondary School, Fire Truck Fun Night will feature a foam party.

Head east

The Township’s special events return to The Outdoor Experience at Aldergrove Community Centre. Advance online registration is required for these events. Registration opens seven days in advance of each event for both Township and non-Township residents.

• Dive-in movie theatre: all ages can hang out in the pool while watching a movie. Bring an inflatable floatie and float around Breaker Bay or relax poolside while watching a family-friendly movie on the big screen. The event starts at 7 p.m. and are scheduled for Thursdays, July 18 (“Kung Fu Panda 4”), Aug. 1 (“Wish”), and Aug. 22 (Garfield).

• Sip ‘n Dip: adults (ages 19 and older) can experience the waterpark in a kid-free atmosphere while enjoying local craft beer and wine. Sip ‘n Dip is slated for Thursdays, July 4, July 25, Aug. 8, and Aug. 29. All start at 7 p.m.

• Youth nights: kids age 13 to 18 will take over the waterpark in Aldergrove for two nights where they can have fun without little kids and parents. These too start at 7 p.m., and will take place July 11 and Aug. 15.

• Family Nights: new this year are two Family Night events – Wednesdays, July 17 and Aug. 28, starting at 7 p.m. at the waterpark.

Admission to Youth Night and Family Night events at the Outdoor Experience are included with a Summer Fun Pass for children and youth.

When it gets dark…

Outdoor movies at James Hill Park and Topham Park will feature family-friendly films when the sun goes down. The first one is at Topham Park. People can enjoy the “Trolls Band Together” on Thursday, July 18, starting at 9:30 p.m. The James Hill Park movie will be “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” (rated PG-13) on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 8:30 p.m.

For more information visit tol.ca/summernights.