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Bake-off, open house on Aug. 20

Budding cooks are encouraged to come up with a culinary creation using blackberries and the public will sample the entries and declare their favourites.

This is all part of the Township of Langley’s Demonstration Garden’s annual blackberry bake-off and open house on Aug. 20.

They will be held at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum.

The day will also include a park-wide scavenger hunt for youth ages 12 to 18, musical entertainment by Dear One, the Horvat Family Band and singer/musician Allexandria Malliot. A locally sourced barbecue lunch is available for $5.

Anyone interested in entering the bake-off is asked to contact Ava Shannon at 604-546-0344 or garden@leps.bc.ca.

The Demonstration Garden is run in partnership between the Langley Environmental Partners Society and the Township.

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