to the heart of Fort Langley

The Fort Langley Community Hall is located in the centre of the village. The iconic historic building has been standing proudly welcoming community and visitors to the Birthplace of BC since 1931. The building is lovingly managed and maintained by the Fort Langley Community Improvement Society, a registered charity incorporated in 1924. The volunteer Board of Directors work in partnership with local organizations to organize and promote educational and cultural events for the benefit of the community as a whole and provide scholarships for graduating students in the Langley Township.

To this day, the Fort Langley Community Hall remains the heart of the community, hosting events from community meetings to markets and festivals.

Take a look at some photos, browse through our historical archives and feel free to contact us if you’d like to get involved, rent the historical venue or have any questions about events and activities at the Fort Langley Community Hall.

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The Fort Langley Community Hall has graced the screen in numerous TV series and on the big screen, most recently in the 2021 filming of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 as the Green Hills Town Hall, the little town with the big heart. The film includes an explosion of a helicopter on the front grounds…Well it didn’t really explode, just a little film magic. The iconic building has a recurring role in numerous series including Once Upon a Time, Riverdale and Bates Motel, among others, usually playing the Town Hall, but also has been seen as an Art Gallery or Court House.

If you have any pictures of our beautiful hall in one of her many roles, please send us a picture to add to our archives.

The first May Day was held in Fort Langley in 1922 and has been an annual tradition in Langley Township celebrating the May Day’s 100 year in 2022. From 1923 to 1957 the May Day celebrations were organized by the Kinsmen and moved to Langley Prairie. In 1958 the annual event moved back to Fort Langley and was organized by the Fort Langley Community Improvement Society & Lions Club.


We shall forever owe a great deal of gratitude to the original directors of the Fort Langley Community Improvement Society and the Fort Langley Women’s Institute. A plaque in memory of their contributions to our community is cemented into the pavement at the front entrance to the Fort Langley Community Hall.

The words of Rudyard Kipling were quoted in a hall report in 1953 and may still be quoted as essential to the success of this momentous project:

The everlasting teamwork of every bloomin’ soul.

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