june, 2019

22jun10:00 pm5:00 pmNational Indigenous Peoples Day at Fort Langley


Event Details

Discover the Indigenous peoples’ role in Fort Langley’s history and today. Hear First Nations stories and challenge your motor skills with the Salmon Run Relay. Witness drumming and weaving demonstrations. If you are interested in learning more about Indigenous culture, this is a great day to visit!

  • Time: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM
    Location(s): Fort Langley National Historic Site
    Cost: Regular admission fees apply.

    Event description

    Discover the roles played by Indigenous peoples at Fort Langley both then and now through demonstrations, storytelling, and hands-on activities.

    Admission details

    Please purchase admission inside the Visitor Centre: $7.80/adult; $6.55/senior. Free admission for youth 17 and under and annual pass holders.


    10:00 am – Site Opens

    11:00 am – Métis jig workshop  (Big House, 2nd floor)

    11:00 am – Noon  – Traditional Plant Workshop (Advance tickets for the Traditional Plant Workshop are available online until June 17th. If space remains, you will also be able to pay upon arrival at the Visitor Centre.

    11:30 am – 2 pm – Tea with Auntie Lisa (Big House, 2nd floor)

    12:00 pm – Feature presentation: Bannock (Central Fire Pit)

    1:00 pm – Welcome song and Walking Tour with Fern Gabriel (Meet at the Salmon Walk sculptures in front of the Visitor Centre).

    2:00 pm – Métis jig workshop – Big House, 2nd floor

    3:00 pm – Guided Tour (Main gate)

    4:00 pm – Coopering Demonstration (Cooperage)

    5:00 pm – Site Closes


(Saturday) 10:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Fort Langley National Historic Site

23433 Mavis Avenue

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