Built in 1932, the Fort Langley Community Hall is a designated municipal heritage site as well as one of the most beautiful buildings in the charming historic town of Fort Langley.
Located in historic Fort Langley, the Fort Langley Community Hall is one of its most beautiful buildings. This picturesque two story tall wooden white and yellow building is surrounded by a large manicured lawn and garden which has made it a popular site for photographers, wedding parties and people enjoying the Hall's quaint atmosphere.
Completed in 1931, the Fort Langley Community Hall was built and designed by architect Archibald Campbell Hope (brother of Fort Langley entrepreneur Charles Hope) in a neo-classical style and was commissioned by the Fort Langley Community Improvement Society (founded by the Women's Institute in 1924) - which continues to maintain the property today. Inside there is a small library - a branch of the of the Fraser Valley Regional Library as well as meeting rooms, bathrooms and the large ballroom and banquet hall (complete with a stage, balcony and horse-hair sprung dance floor). The Hall was designated a municipal heritage site in 1979.
The Fort Langley Community Hall is a popular site for many events and occasions - the site can be rented out for a wide range of uses including weddings, parties and meetings. It also hosts the annual Fort Festival of the Performing Arts. The Hall has also been featured in several locally made TV shows (Fringe) and films (Hope Springs).
Every season brings a new look to the Fort Langley Community Hall - snow and Christmas decorations in the winter, cherry blossoms and blooms in the spring, shady maple trees in the summer and autumn colours in the fall. Come experience Fort Langley, the birthplace of British Columbia, and pay a visit to one of its most beautiful buildings, the Fort Langley Community Hall!
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