WaterWeeks

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WaterWeeks is hosted by LEPS in partnership with the Township of Langley. This three week long annual celebration is a series of environmentally related activities that encourage residents of all ages to participate in the protection and enhancement of our environment.

Water_weeks_5BC Rivers Day

WaterWeeks is always kicked off with Langley’s BC Rivers Day Community Festival on the forth Sunday of 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 fill the park with festive music. In 2017, over 3,000 people came out to celebrate BC Rivers Day. The organizers work hard to ensure that BC Rivers Day is as entertaining and educational as possible, strongly encouraging participants to conduct engaging activities and offer fun, informative activities and booths that focus on local environmental issues.


2018

Celebrate WaterWeeks in Langley, starting off with the Langley BC Rivers Day Community Festival. The festival takes place at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum (21200 Block Fraser Highway) on Sunday September 23, 2018 between 11 am and 3 pm.   Featuring a live musical performances by Bobs and LoLo, Tony Prophet and the TaDa Lady, FREE organic hot dog BBQ, interactive displays and activity booths including the EcoDome, costume parade, wildlife displays, bird feeder building, gold panning, climbing wall and so much more! Tons of family fun – don’t miss it! Ride your bike and receive valet parking! Free admission, no registration required.


The Township of Langley and LEPS is proud to present the 171h annual WaterWeeks Festival. 2018’s events will take place from September 23 to October 13. The community will be presented with a sequence of activities designed to encourage community involvement and environmental stewardship by directing attention to important local and global environmental issues.

WaterWeeks events for 2018 include:

  • BC Rivers Day Community Festival Sept 23
  • Dig In Treeplanting Sept 29
  • Coquitlam Watershed Tour Sept 29
  • Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Facility Tour Sept 30
  • Film Screening: Wings of Life Oct 2
  • West Creek Wetland Walk Oct 6
  • Film Screening: Play Again Oct 10
  • Invasive Species Pull and Stream Clean up Oct 11
  • Farm Fresh Bus Tour Oct 13

Visit  www.tol.ca/events/waterweeks for details


Participate

Each fall we offer WaterWeeks events. You can participate in WaterWeeks by attending an event.

Volunteer

In addition to attending events, you can also participate by volunteering at an event.