Aren’t communities amazing?
The longstanding Canada Day celebrations organized on King Street and surrounding the “heritage district” have been expanded to include the whole downtown. From lelem’ arts and cultural cafe in Bedford Landing on the Fraser River, all the way to the Community Hall, there will be something going on.
This day has been made possible by the roll-up-your sleeves attitude of all of our culture and hertiage partners. The resulting day will truly be more than the sum of its parts.
Finally! The map and passport for the Canada Day festivities in Fort Langley are ready to go. Tracy Letourneau has done a very fine job rendering the Canada Day venues and the spirit of the day. Pick them up on July 1 at any of the venues marked — or download and print them at home. If you get a sticker or a stamp at each place, you’ll be able to put your name in for a big prize draw. Here is the link to the passport: http://celebratecanadaday.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Canada-Day-Passport-Final-Jun-16-2014.pdf
We’ll be at the Community Hall from 11:00 to 3:00 launching our new book, The Girl Who Writes. It’s a stunner — and we will be reading it in public for the very first time at high noon.