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Community Day 2024

Langley City is gearing up for its most anticipated event of the year as Community Day makes its triumphant return on Saturday, June 8, from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm at Douglas Park, located at 20550 Douglas Crescent. This free-to-attend extravaganza promises a day packed with excitement for all ages.

“Each year Community Day brings thousands of individuals from all over the lower mainland” said Kim Hilton, Director of Recreation, Culture and Community Services “It is an exceptional event for the community in a festive and entertaining atmosphere. It provides an opportunity for individuals and families to bond over many activities and attractions that cater to every age group”.


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Note: all of these sponsor businesses will have a booth at the event for you to visit and speak with representatives and learn more about what products and services they have available in our community.


Event Map


Download a copy of the 2024 Community Day Map.pdf

Live Performances on the Douglas Park Spirit Square Stage

Live performances will be scheduled to take place on the Douglas Park Spirit Stage.

Schedule of Entertainment:

11:00 am - KATMOON
We’re a groovy little combo of well seasoned players from Langley, BC including 3 vocalists, Lead guitar, Rhythm guitar and Bass. Our focus is harmony vocals, and dang, we put them wherever we can! Our playlist includes songs from the past 50 years, and changes often. We are enthusiastic non pros with a passion for great music, and we love it all. The hits keep coming!


BC’s most well–known and loved 6–piece dance band, Dr. Strangelove has become a Vancouver music and entertainment icon in the past two decades.

They have managed to remain on the cutting edge of the city’s live music scene by bouncing effortlessly between styles as distinctly different as The Beatles to Lady Gaga. Their ability to constantly re–invent themselves musically to suit the tastes of the audience of "that" moment, stems from their deep desire and dedication to always be more than a live jukebox. As well, who you see on the website is who you get. No sub players, no noses in charts or throw together units here. Just the great original band that you hired. Dr. Strangelove's shows are highly audience interactive, always humorous and always fun! The band’s vast and varied repertoire, as well as their two female and three male lead vocalists, gives them the confidence and ability to welcome audience requests often putting a very personal touch on an already great evening of entertainment and dancing.

With many years of experience, this band of friends continues to light up the stages of Vancouver and beyond as the city’s musical ambassadors for numerous corporate, private and fundraising events.


Official event welcome from Event Co-Chairs Langley City Mayor Nathan Pachal and Councillor Rosemary Wallace, joined by members of Langley City Council, MP Tako Van Popta, MLA Andrew Mercier, and more.


We are a group of friends with a passion for Mexican culture, music and dance.


2:30 pm - NORMAN FOOTE
Norman’s passion for songwriting, story telling and comedy has taken him to amazing concerts and communities throughout the world. His ability to find ageless melodies and interesting subject matter brings laughter and singing to audiences big and small. He has gathered music awards along the way including a Juno and several WCMA awards. Norman has written and recorded for Disney records, CBC, Shari Lewis, Max and Ruby and others.


Never to be mistaken who they are rockin’ in their leather chaps and cowboy boots, the Country Cuties is a team of women who perform in communities throughout the Lower Mainland providing entertainment through choreographed country music and line dancing spanning 16 years.

The Silver Diamond Country Dancers is a country line dance team and love to dance and have fun. We are based in Langley/Surrey area with members from all over the lower mainland. The team has high energy and very enthusiastic! We perform in local parades, fundraisers, festivals and country events.


4:30 pm - DANNY BAY
At just 21 years old, Danny Baylen is making waves in the music industry with his unique blend of Pop and Pop Rock. Driven by a passion for the timeless sounds of yesteryear, Danny aims to revive the classic styles that once dominated the charts. His music is a refreshing nod to the past, seamlessly blending vintage vibes with a modern twist. With his heartfelt lyrics and captivating melodies, Danny Baylen is not just a musician; he's a revivalist on a mission to bring the old style of music back into the mainstream.


Enter to win a one of the planter prizes at the information tent; draw is at 5:00 pm, winners announced at 5:15 pm. Please note winners must be present to accept award. There will also be an announcement for the Langley City School of the Year.


5:30 pm - Funkdalicious
Think Funkdalicious and the name says it all. Groove, soul, urban beat and of course funk. The group was formed with the idea of combining groovy funk with soulful vocals. When the acid jazz craze started back in the nineties, there was a void of local bands that included vocals. Funkdalicious filled that void perfectly. The band has evolved over the years now including more variety with top 40, dance and danceable rock.



Note: entertainment schedule and performers are subject to change

Community Booths (11:00am to 3:00pm)

Visit one, or several, of the community non-profit organizations listed below to learn about the services they have available for you, your family, and friends.

  • MLA Andrew Mercier
  • Bard in the Valley
  • BC Emergency Health Services
  • BC Foster Parents Association
  • BC Green Party
  • BC United
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley
  • Compass Cohousing
  • Community Action Team
  • Discover Langley City
  • Falun Dafa Association of Vancouver
  • Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation
  • Fraser Valley Regional Library - Langley City Branch
  • Fraser Valley Ringette Association
  • Fraser Valley Water Polo Club
  • Fung Lok Institute of Taoism - Langley/Fraser Valley Branch
  • Golden Rescue
  • Inclusion Langley Society
  • Immigrant Services Society of BC
  • Job's Daughters International
  • KidSport Langley
  • Langley Animal Protection Society
  • Langley Arts Council
  • Langley City Fire Rescue Service
  • Langley City Emergency Program
  • Langley City Strategic Initiative and Social Planning
  • Langley Community Services Society
  • Langley Curling Centre
  • Langley Environmental Partners
  • Langley Field Naturalists
  • Langley Lions
  • Langley Meals on Wheels
  • Langley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary
  • Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation
  • Langley Pos-Abilities Society
  • Langley School District - International Student Program Homestay
  • Langley Seniors in Action
  • Langley Toastmasters
  • Langley Ukulele Association
  • Langley Volunteer Bureau
  • Ministry of Children and Family Development
  • Raphael House
  • Ron Cares Society
  • Rotary Club of Langley
  • Surrey Langley SkyTrain Project
  • The Langley Senior Resources Society
  • The Willows Family Life Centre Salvation Army
  • United Churches of Langley
  • Walnut Grove Toastmasters

Activity Stations

Join in on the fun at one of the many FREE activity stations located throughout the park. Scroll through the list below to learn more.


3-Lane Obstacle Course
This is not a 2 lane obstacle course like many we have. This is our fancy 3 lane obstacle course rental. You don’t have to choose your best friend anymore and can race your best friends! Higher turnover rates equals more fun!


Mini Golf
Mini Golf is a lot of fun for the family and of all ages.


Extreme Slide
Our huge, dual lane Extreme Slide will thrill today’s adventure seekers with high action BMX and Skater artwork wrapped around the whole unit! This slide has 2 lanes for double the turnover rate and double the fun.


Hippo Chow Down
Get Ready…Get Set… time to chow down you hungry hippos! This is the latest interactive game guaranteed to keep all the participants and spectators laughing for hours. This is a 4 p[layer game where each person races to the pond of balls in the center, retrieve as many balls as possible and return them to a mesh bag. Once all of the balls are chow’d down, the player with the most balls in their bag is the winner.


Toddler Playland
Inflatable Play Center for Toddlers. A mini slide with a ball pit is just not enough these days. This Playland will keep your toddler entertained for hours. Perfect additional to events with the little ones.


My Little Farm
The My Little Farm educational inflatable structure is designed to educate and entertain toddlers in an adorable farm setting. This game offers a small climb and slide and several 3D animals and structures, such as a dog, horse, chickens, hay stock and a cactus. A ball pond is included in this bouncy castle, where kids can learn colors with plastic balls and coordinating baskets for collecting. Everyone young child loves to visit the farm.


Sports Coliseum
Take your favorite sport to the next level! This huge arena with an inflatable floor is guaranteed to add that extra kick to your next game. Complete with nets and hoops for your choice of Basketball, Soccer, VolleyBall, Badminton and Dodgeball. Get that extra air you always wanted to make that extreme goal.


Rock Climbing Wall
It is 24 towering feet of heart pounding adventure! Three climbers can take the challenge at once. It is perfect for outdoor events and comes equipped with an auto-delay system for safe, easy climbing for the little ones (as well as for adults). 


Fire Escape Obstacle Course
See if you can be the hero we all know you are. Race through flames, climb a building and jump out through the fire. Lots of fun to be had with this huge obstacle course featuring a huge climbing wall and giant drop zone but first you have to make your way through the flaming obstacles.


Inflatable Corn Maze
Get lost in twists and turns until you finally find your way out in this new Inflatable Corn Maze.


Note: activities are subject to change

Douglas Park Community School Concession

The Douglas Park Community School Society is hosting a concession fundraiser. All proceeds from the concession sales will directly help local kids through the Douglas Park Community School Society. The concession will be located next to the Douglas Recreation Centre on the east side of the building.


  • Hot dogs 
  • Drinks 


Food Trucks

Back by popular demand, the Greater Vancouver Food Truck Festival Society will be on-site hosting a block party featuring 20+ food trucks. Prices vary by food truck.

List of Participating Food Trucks:

  • Aloha Poke
  • Baba's House
  • Beavertails
  • Betty's Greek Honey Ballz
  • Big Chip Truck
  • Boteco
  • G's Donairs
  • It's All About Grill
  • Juicy Green Express
  • Little oOties Mini Donuts
  • Meltdown Grilled Cheese
  • Midnight Joes
  • REEL Mac and Cheese
  • Roasted Revolution
  • Rocky Point Ice Cream
  • Rolled West Coast
  • Shawarma Time
  • Slavic Rolls
  • Stormy's
  • Street Dogs
  • Taco Nori
  • Tin Lizzy Mini Donuts
  • Twisted Potato
  • Wings Food Truck

Note: food trucks are subject to change


19+ Beer Garden

Visit the beer garden at this years event, located on Park Avenue just south of Douglas Crescent. Must be 19+ years and have valid ID to enter the Beer Garden.


Coming Soon!


BC Shop Local Market

Back by popular demand, the Greater Vancouver Food Truck Festival Society will be on-site hosting a BC Shop Local market. Items for purchase and prices vary by vendor.

List of Participating Market Vendors:

  • Alpaca Studio
  • AMLiora Designs
  • Amotiyo
  • Anna Kishida Art & Ceramics
  • BAK'D Cookies
  • Beloved by Emily
  • Clawed Candles
  • CSC Jewelry
  • Edna SMak Apparel
  • Explore Science Club
  • Fluffy Bunny Cotton Candy
  • Island Jerky
  • Ivy Lynne Home
  • Knottywork Designs
  • Lilac Rain Crafts
  • Our Little Soap Company
  • Outbound Canine Co
  • Sheila Rae Van Delft Art
  • Slow Sunday Foods
  • Sunshine Pup Co
  • Sweet Collective Co
  • That's A Good Cookie
  • West Coast Alchemist
  • West Coast Wild Child
  • Wick Off Candles

Note: vendors are subject to change


Bike Valet

Did you know the Langley City Crime Prevention Committee is running a bike valet at this year's Community Day event!

What is a bike valet?
It is a coat check for bikes and other mobility devices such as scooters. Customers drop off their ride, and the valet staff assist them to park it on one of the available bike racks. Bike valets are unique because they feature a secure and efficient parking area that is monitored by City of Langley volunteers and staff.

What does it cost to use the bike valet?
The bike valet is provided for free as a way to encourage local members of the community to use active transportation when attending events such as Community Day.

Where will the bike valet be located?
The bike valet will be located in the Douglas Park Sports Box located along 206 street just south of Douglas Crescent. You can access the bike valet from 206 Street or through Douglas Park.

What time is the bike valet open?
The bike valet is open from 10:30 am to 7:30 pm.




If you are planning to drive to the event please use one of the following options for parking. Another option is to consider active transportation, such as cycling to the event and utilizing our bike valet service (FREE), use transit options, or walk to the event site if you live in the neighbourhood.

Parking Locations:

Douglas Park Community School Parking Fundraiser
5409 206 Street
$5 per vehicle all day from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm (cash only)

Timms Community Centre
20399 Douglas Crescent
Free Parking
Note: (a) the time duration restrictions for the surface level parking will not be implemented on the day of the event, and (b) the underground parkade is available (gates open at 8:00 am and close at 5:45 pm).

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Contact Us

Phone: 604.514.2940