WaterWeeks is hosted by LEPS in partnership with the Township of Langley. It is an annual series of events designed to encourage citizen participation in environmental conservation. WaterWeeks provides opportunities for residents of all ages to engage in a variety of activities to experience, appreciate, and take action to protect our community’s watercourses, watersheds, groundwater, and wildlife habitat.
World Rivers Day
WaterWeeks is always kicked off with World Rivers Day at Williams Park
on the last Sunday in September. This event is energy packed with activities such as bug viewing, bird house building, puppet theatre, tree planting, and more! Live performances by local bands and entertainers such as Tony Prophet and the Genuine Jug Band fill the park with festive music.
Throughout the month of October, free events are held throughout the Township of Langley. In the past these events have included:
- Farm Fresh Bus Tour
- Dig In Tree Planting
- West Creek Wetland Walk
- Green Wednesday Film Screening
- Voyageur Canoe Paddle
- Eco-Education Workshops for Classrooms