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Krause Berry Farms & Estate Winery’s berry season was off to an early start for 2016 and the berry pickers have even more to enjoy on the property this year. Opened in June, the Fresh Family Fun Field is an entire field where both adults and children can play. Visitors will find giant strawberry and pumpkin jumping pillows, farm games full of both agricultural facts and fun.   On the weekends enjoy live entertainment on the farm fresh stage and Farmer Alf’s Tractor Training where there are mini and adult John Deere pedal cart tractors to test your tractor skills.…

Whether you are coming and going through the Fraser Valley, or you smartly take a couple days to stay and explore, Langley’s wineries, breweries and restaurants are worthy of your attention. You may have noticed the winery signs as you drive along Highway 1; there are now seven. Each winery is unique, and there’s everything from estate wines and lunch at Chaberton Estate Winery & Bacchus Bistro, fruit preserves, walnut wine along with grape-based wines at Vista d’Oro Farms & Winery, and a full selection fruit wines of the Fort Wine Company. Many wineries offer cheese and meat plates and the…

An exceptional way to celebrate peak summer harvest season when you’re in the Lower Mainland is to visit the outstanding Krause Berry Farms and Estate Winery. Everything is fresh—you will truly experience what fresh means when you visit this celebrated farm, serving the community and families for over 40 years. You’ll enjoy the authentic working farm experience and opportunity to participate with the food you eat—from U-pick to the viewing windows to the tasting bar. You’ll find strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, tayberries, goji berries, corn and green beans, all grown at the Farms, along with cherries, peaches, apricots and nectarines…

Farms! Wineries! Markets! You are not going to believe what the incredible community of Langley has to offer.  The colonists saw the unique and rich character of this region early on– did you know Fort Langley is known as the birthplace of British Columbia with the first Hudson’s Bay trading post sited here?  So along with being a delicious food, wine and farm destination, Langley also offers a wonderful history lesson. “Now home to seven wineries, a brewery and a great array of locally produced products and agritourism experiences, our community offers a lot to those interested in local food…

Vancouver’s ever-changing restaurant scene can be difficult to navigate, so why do it alone? Visitors to the city and locals looking for new experiences have come to rely on the experts at Vancouver Food Tour to guide them to the best restaurant gems in Vancouver’s most vibrant neighbourhoods and beyond. Unlike other tours, Vancouver Food Tour leads you away from tourist traps instead of towards. Whether you’d like to get to know the modern side of Chinatown, reacquaint yourself with the revitalized Gastown area, or venture on an urban foodie adventure to local breweries, wineries and distilleries, Vancouver Food Tour has a…