10th Annual Vive les voyageurs Winter Festival at Fort Langley


Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 — 8:04am PST
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Fort Langley National Historic Site proudly presents the 10th annual Vive les voyageurs Winter Festival, a celebration of the vibrant French-Canadian culture that thrives today in British Columbia, and first emerged in the region when the Hudson’s Bay Company arrived in 1827 at Fort Langley.

Vive les voyageurs Winter Festival at Fort Langley

Vive les voyageurs Winter Festival

Where: Fort Langley National Historic Site (23433 Mavis Ave, Fort Langley)
When: Saturday, January 19 & Sunday, January 20, 2019
Admission: Regular admission fees apply: $7.80/adult, $6.55/senior and FREE for annual pass holders and youth age 17 and younger. This year’s event is sponsored in part by the Canadian Parents for French.

Enliven your senses with the traditional foods, music and culture of the 19th century French-Canadian and Métis fur traders. Enjoy interactive cultural experiences from Métis dancers to maple taffy and so much more. Celebrate the importance of trappers, interpreters, and of course voyageurs who helped shape the history of this site.

School programs are also available January 14-18 and January 21-25, 2019.

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