Fort Langley Remembrance Day ceremonies on November 11th usually involve a procession, a service and a flyover by the Fraser Blues Flying Team.
The ceremonies are happening in 2022 and as a live event where the public is welcome. Whether or not there is a flyover this year, however, is to be confirmed.
Fort Langley Remembrance Day Ceremonies
Similar to other years, in 2019 the Remembrance Day event in Fort Langley took place at the Fort Langley Cemetery at 23105 St. Andrews Street. Ceremonies began with a procession at 10:25 am through the cemetery to the cenotaph. This was followed by a service and a flypast by the Fraser Blues.
In 2019 a Remembrance Day tribute also took place in the gardens located directly across from the St. Andrews Cemetery at 23105 St. Glover Road. Displays included ceramic poppy sculptures from local artist Julie Bourne. Folk were welcome to explore the displays, light a candle and plant poppy seeds in remembrance of fallen soldiers.
Due to COVID-19, the general public was not able to attend any in-person ceremonies in 2020 and 2021.
In 2022 the service takes place at the Fort Langley Cemetery at 10:15 am. This year, there is likely no flypast. The Cenotaph is closed to the public during the service. However, the service is available to watch live online on the Fort Langley Remembers website or the Fort Langley Remembers Facebook page. The public is welcome to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph after the service which ends at around 12:00 pm.
To learn more about the area see our article about Fort Langley.
For a list of November 11th ceremonies in other Lower Mainland communities click Vancouver Remembrance Day Events.
Other articles that might be of interest include the following:
- Vancouver’s November Calendar
- Free November Events
- Best Places for History & Culture
- Fort Langley National Historic Site
- Vancouver’s Top 100 Places
- Vancouver on a Budget
- Vancouver Rainy Day Activities