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Fun July Activities In Abbotsford & Langley

Blog, Featured Blog Posts | June 28, 2015

Fun July Activities In Abbotsford & Langley


Fun July Activities!(The Eximus Real Estate Team armed with 10k pieces of candy at the 2014 Abbotsford Canada Day Parade) 

Summer time and the living is easy! (Or so they say.) Most parents and caregivers would probably argue the opposite. Living isn’t easy. It’s boooo-riiiing. (Amazing how that word can be stretched into two syllables (or more), isn’t it?

Keeping everyone busy and entertained is not always easy but the best part about summer is that the weather is gorgeous, which means you can do a wide variety of things both inside and outside of the house! And there’s always plenty going on all over Abbotsford and in all the neighbouring cities as well. With school, sports and all of the other extracurricular activities wrapping up, here is a list of ideas and activities you can do to entertain the whole family whether you’re in Abbotsford, Langley or in between – in Aldergrove!

  • Get your dancing cowboy boots on for the Canada Day Kickoff Concert, featuring Canadian talent such as Emerson Drive and local stars like King & Cash and Aaron Pritchett at the Abbotsford Centre on Tuesday, June 30.
  • Come and see the Eximus Real Estate Team hand out 10,000 pieces of candy at the Canada Day Parade at Abbotsford Exhibition Park on Wednesday, July 1 and stay for the fireworks!
  • Celebrate Seven Oaks Shopping Centre’s 40th anniversary with a BBQ, cookies, popcorn and face paint on Wednesday, July 1.
  • Enjoydelicious strawberry pancakes at the Berry Beat Festival with the Annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, July 4 and Sunday, July 5.
  • Make a picnic, grab friends and enjoy Jam in Jubilee Summer Concert Series every Thursday, starting from July 9th to 30th at 6pm.
  • If you’re a gear head like our very own Ben Oryall, come and admire cars at the Mill Lake Cruise-In on Saturday, July 11, while supporting the Abbotsford Arts Council & the MSA Museum Society.
  • Find farm-fresh produce at the Langley Community Farmer’s MarketHeld every Wednesday from 2 pm – 6:30 pm at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s campus, you’ll find more than 40 local vendors selling fresh farm and homemade goods. This farmer’s market will be open until October 14.
  • Prefer weekends? Visit the Aldergrove Summer Farmer’s Market to find fresh produce, flowers, handmade jewelry and more! Open on Saturdays until September 26, this farmer’s market is located at 27083 Fraser Highway. Receive regular updates and information by liking them on Facebook.
  • Support local actors by attending Bard in the Valley’s presentation of Love’s Labour’s Lost.Bard in the Valley (BIV) is performing the Shakespearean play on three outdoor stages in Langley. Opening on July 1 in Fort Langley for the first of two performances, it moves to Township 7 Winery for an additional five shows. Finally, it will move to downtown Langley, on Bard in the Valley’s home stage in late July – early August. Admission is free.
  • Dress up, grab a partner and try Dancing in the Park.On July 3 and 10, Dancing for Dessert hosts an outdoor summer dancing drop-in program in Douglas Park from 7:00pm until 9:00pm.  

July is also a great time to move! Ready to find a new neighbourhood? We’re here to help. Give us a call at 604.850.5040 or send us a message to get started on finding your brand-new home.

 

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