Bring your comfy clothes and maybe a blanket for this family friendly showing of “Finding Nemo” on the big screen! Light refreshments will be provided but feel free to bring your own snacks. The movie starts at 7pm so be sure to get there early to get a good spot.
This year’s theme is ‘Solutions’ and will showcase groups, organizations, and individuals that are involved in making our community a better place to live, work, and play. We will focus on building a vibrant, resilient and localized community while shining a light on solutions to issues big and small, whether they are local or global.
Our annual Open House event celebrates the arrival of the first train passengers to Maillardville and this year is the 20th anniversary of Mackin House being open to the public as a museum. Join us for train station & museum tours, crafts, treats, quilt sewing and sock knitting demonstrations and the world folk music sounds of Kouskous.
Ring in fall like locals did for the first annual fall fair held in 1888! Celebrate the harvest with food, neighbourly competitions and music. While the kids play in the hay, you can enjoy a local vendor and artisan market, live music, warm apple cider, face painting, cider pressing and butter making demonstrations, and much more!
Riverfest is a free family-friendly festival, and a great way to enjoy a beautiful fall day. The main festival day will take place on September 21 from 11am-5pm. Riverfest will build on past festivals to ensure informative and enjoyable family entertainment.
Porchfest Fort Langley is a FREE community based arts festival that allows local artists to entertain and express on volunteered porches and businesses around the neighbourhood. Multiple acts go on simultaneously on porches and in shops throughout the local community.
The rally will consist of a scenic drive from North Vancouver, along the Sea to Sky Highway, to the final destination of Whistler, BC. The cars will arrive in Whistler around 11am and will be finished by 3:30pm.
Come down to the Ioco town site to enjoy this very popular, annual festival. Enjoy 20+ local vendors and organization’s displays as well as live music and entertainment, food trucks, guided trolley tours of the townsite and more!
This year’s festival will take place in Lions Park (2300 Lions Way) and will offer unique activities focused on celebrating and protecting the community’s rivers, trails and natural environment. The festivities will kick off at noon with an Opening Ceremony and end at 4 pm.
Bring your air mattress and float in Breaker Bay, or relax poolside at the Otter Co-op Outdoor Experience while watching Aladdin (2019)on the big screen. Less than half the price of most movie theatre tickets. Bring your snacks and non-alcoholic beverages (no glass containers), or order from on site food truck options.
The Kikinee Salmon Festival will celebrate the annual trek of kokanee salmon to Mission Creek to spawn. The festivities will take place at Mission Creek Regional Park and the Environmental Education Center for the Okanagan and will include opportunities to watch the kokanee swimming in the creek, presentations and demonstrations on many of our wild neighbours in Mission Creek, live music, entertainment and story-telling.
Come visit the Museum Of Vancouver on the last Thursday evening (5pm-8pm) and enjoy admission by donation. The current exhibit shows surviving artwork from children in residential schools from across Canada and BC.
The Richmond Community Concert Band has an extensive history in the community and performs at many events. They are sure to get your toes tapping as they perform a variety of Big Band, Show Tunes, and top 40’s favourites.
The Shipyards Night Market is on Friday nights until September 27th! Enjoy great food from over 40 food trucks, entertainment, and shopping. The night market has live music featuring local talent and a beer garden with local craft beer and cider.
Celebrate Culture Days with us as we explore Maple Ridge’s “fishy” past. Try your hand at dance, different crafts, and hands-on activities for all the family. Take part in our Passport Challenge and be entered into our prize draw for your chance to win exciting prizes!
Celebrate Culture Days across Canada by participating in our free, family-friendly art activity with artist Phyllis Schwartz. Phyllis will lead participants through this hands-on lumen print workshop. A lumen print is essentially a solar photogram – a camera-less process involving black and white photographic paper – a subject matter that usually (but not always) consists of an organic material, and of course, the most important element – The Sun.
Enjoy some free entertainment at the Mt. Cheam Canine Dog Show! Admission and parking are both free for this event at Chilliwack Heritage Park. The event features three all-breed championship shows and four obedience trials!