Come and learn the traditions of the families at Fort Langley – from varied backgrounds like Scottish, Hawaiian, First Nations and Metis to name a few, the workers embraced their cultures here! Check out the feature presentation on First Nations resources, make some Scottish bannock during our Food Program, or challenge your skills playing ‘Ulu Maika – a game meant to train Hawaiian warriors!
11:00 am – Intro Tour – Meet a heritage interpreter at the Cooperage for a short tour.
12:00 pm – ‘Ulu Maika – Meet outside the theatre to play a Hawaiian game.
1:00 pm – Native Plant Walk – Meet at the Trade Shop window for a native plant walk.
2:00 pm – Intro Tour –-Join a Heritage Interpreter at the cooperage for a short synopsis of Fort Langley’s story.
3:00 pm – ‘Ulu Maika – Meet outside the theatre to challenge your skills playing ‘Ulu Maika – a game meant to train Hawaiian warriors!
Admission: $7.80 per adult, $6.55 per senior, and free for youth 17 and under. Fort Langley annual pass holders and Parks Canada Discovery Pass holders also get free entry.
Family Day at the Fort:
When: February 18, 2019
Time: 10am – 5pm
Where: Fort Langley National Historic Site
Address: 23433 Mavis Ave, Langley
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