Afternoon of Art & Action in Glen Valley, Langley
On Sunday Oct. 28 from 1-3 p.m., you are cordially invited to join a group of artists (visual artists, writers, photographers, etc.) who will be assembling to witness and raise awareness about a spectacular 25 acre forest in Glen Valley, just east of Fort Langley.
Five forested lots have been put up for sale by the Township of Langley – it has been listed as a “heavilytreed, blank canvas”. Not many people know about the beauty and ecological value of this biologically diverse and mature forest, and there is little time to make Langley residents aware of what will be lost if the property is sold. The Township may be willing to sell it to a local society if the small group can raise $3 million in a very small window of time.
Saving this forest ecosystem will provide a lasting legacy, not only to our children, but our children’s and perhaps countless generations. Artists can play an important role in building public appreciation and awareness.
Bring your art supplies, writing pads, cameras and take a tour through the area. Hot tea and cookies will be provided. Bring an umbrella if it’s raining under the glorious canopy.
We will meet at the trail entrance on 257A Street, just north of the intersection with 84th Avenue. Click here for a Google Maps link that will help you identify how to get to the site. It is just east of Fort Langley, and not far from the Fort Winery.
For more about this even information contact poet Susan McCaslin at email@example.com