Entertainment

Spot Prawn Festival event logo

SPOT PRAWN FESTIVAL

    The Chefs’ Table Society of British Columbia celebrates 11 years of the Spot Prawn Festival at the False Creek Fishermen’s Wharf on Saturday May 13 from 11am-3pm. This event is generously supported by long-standing sponsor the Pacific Prawn Fishermen’s Association.       With the return of this free, family-friendly festival is also the return of the ticketed Spot Prawn Boil. The boil sells out every year and tickets are selling fast. Get yours here!           Spot Prawn Boil Tickets: $19.75 Each Spot Prawn Boil ticket grants a wristband for a specific time slot, for access to a plate of three succulent BC spot prawns plus a…

Read More »

Harrison hot springs Uncorked Wine Fest

HARRISON HOT SPRINGS UNCORKED WINE FEST

    If you’re a looking for the perfect weekend getaway, than look no further!  The Uncorked Wine Fest returns to Harrison Hot Springs April 21st to 23rd!     Uncorked is definitely a must-attend event for foodies and wine lover’s, not to mention being set in one of the most romantic destinations in BC!     Take in the lake-side views while you enjoy this three day food and wine festival featuring hand-crafted wines, farm-fresh meats, cheeses and produce!  There’s something going on each day and night as several Harrison hot spots will be featuring their own tastings along with music, fundraising…

Read More »

Close up of fawn

PROTECTING LOCAL WILDLIFE WITH CRITTER CARE

  Animal rescue agencies are a familiar part of Langley. They ensure dogs, cats, rabbits and even farm animals are cared for. But what about wild animals? Who do they have to care for them when things go wrong? Critter Care Wildlife Society. Critter Care takes in injured and orphaned native B.C. mammals. Squirrels to raccoons, bears to deer and everything in between. Stimuli was fortunate to speak with Winona Reinsma, the Vice President of Critter Care, to learn about the organization and its upcoming fundraiser that features artist-painted, one-of-a-kind chairs – but more about that in a bit.  …

Read More »

Little girl dressed up as Easter bunny

PHOTOS WITH THE EASTER BUNNY

    April 3rd to 16th, hop on down to Willowbrook Shopping Centre to have your family’s photo taken with the Easter Bunny!         Every child that visits the Bunny will receive a free gift (while quantities last).  Visit shopwillowbrook.com for an early-bird coupon valid for $3 off select photo packages from April 3 to 7!           EASTER BUNNY HOURS Monday, April 3, 2017 9:30am – 1:30pm, 2pm-6pm Tuesday, April 4, 2017 9:30am – 1:30pm, 2pm-6pm Wednesday, April 5, 2017 9:30am – 1:30pm, 2pm-5pm, 5:30-8pm Thursday, April 6, 2017 9:30am – 1:30pm, 2pm-5pm,…

Read More »

Baby wearing a white toque

BLOOM BABY MARKET

        This weekend, the Bloom Baby (& Kid’s) Market returns to the Fort Langley Community Hall!         With a focus on locally made and designed finds including fashion, decor, accessories, toys and treats, you’re bound to discover some amazing pieces!       FRIDAY Featuring wine and shopping on from 5:00pm to 9:00pm!   SATURDAY Shopping plus face painting for the little ones! Open 9:00am to 4:00pm.         THE DETAILS March 31st to April 1st   Fort Langley Community Hall   As strollers are not recommended inside the hall, there is free ‘valet’ stroller…

Read More »

Woman dressed for St. Patricks day drinking beer

ST. PATRICK’S DAY BREWS, FOOD & FUN FOR ALL!

    It’s not every year that we can enjoy St. Patrick’s Day on a Friday!       This year, make sure to try out at least one of these awesome adult and family-friendly events, offering everything from authentic food, brews, music, dance & fun for all!  And, if you have a favourite not listed here, make sure to post in comments!         TRADING POST EATERY – FORT LANGLEY Pairing dinner to tickle your taste buds! If you’re looking for a place to satisfy your Irish taste-buds, make sure to check out the Trading Post St.Patty’s Day themed…

Read More »

Blue tea in a vial with Drink Me sign

TRACYCAKES MAD HATTER HIGH TEA

    This March, there’s no better way to liven up your afternoon tea than at the Tracycakes Mad Hatter High Tea!     With choices ranging from freshly made pastries, quiches, finger sandwiches, a variety of loose leaf teas and artisan roasted coffee, you and your friends will definitely enjoy this experience!     MENU     Assorted finger sandwiches Mini quiches Veggie rolls Freshly baked scones House-made Devonshire cream Artisanal preserves Assorted dainties and baby cakes Seasonal sliced fresh fruit Your choice of loose leaf teas or Artisan roasted coffees       At only $18.50 per person and…

Read More »

FEATURE - DENA

DENA’S BOUTIQUE VIP FASHION SHOW

An evening out to try on your best fabulous fit!  RSVP for the Dena’s Boutique VIP Fashion Show featuring the newest spring and summer looks from Sympli!     Every Stimulista dreams of finding a clothing line that hits all the right spots and skims over the “not so right” spots, making her look fabulous. Every. Single. Time.     Dena’s Boutique in the Village at Thunderbird Centre is the primary source in the Fraser Valley for Sympli – the clothing that checks every box for every body type. Each item is made end-to-end (from design to packaging and shipping)…

Read More »

feature - pairing

A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN: LIBERTY WINES & WELL SEASONED

    If you love food & wine, you need to make sure you get your spot at this Liberty Wine Merchants & Well Seasoned collaboration on March 3rd!     Liberty Wine Merchant’s, Rose Siemens, has hand selected perfectly paired wines for each course of your meal.  Relax and enjoy a glass of vino while you watch each delicious plate prepared right in front of you by Chef Sue of Well Seasoned!           This is truly a match made in heaven!         LIMITED SPACE! Book in your spot ASAP 604-530-1518 or through Well Seasoned’s Calendar.    …

Read More »

fraser valley toboggan

HIT THE HILLS, IT’S A SNOW DAY!

  Yep, it’s snowing out there like we’re living in the North Pole!  Kids are home from school, parents are going crazy scraping their cars, shovelling the driveway five times a day and braving the road conditions.     It can drive a person nuts!     But wow, if you take a minute to appreciate those frosted trees and snow-covered roof tops, it really is beautiful to look at.     It also offers an excellent opportunity to do something that most of us Greater Vancouverites don’t get to do: Tobogganing!     Here are some of the secret…

Read More »

  • things to do in the fraser valley