The Langley Centennial Museum strives to share and celebrate history with museum organized programs and events. Heritage services, arts, and cultural programs are all offered at the Langley Centennial Museum.
Volunteers are needed to help with:
- Docent Led Programs
- Office Assistance
- Summer Camps
Visiting the Museum
- The National Exhibition Centre displays exhibitions of art, history, or science with a local, regional, national, or international focus.
- The History Galleries holds a collection of Indigenous woodcarvings, tools, stone sculptures, and basketry, and provides the opportunity to learn about learn about how Asian and European settlers adjusted to their new land.
- The Gift Shop features unique items created by local artists.
- Docent Led Programs: Docent volunteers provide museum tours and programs for school children. Commit three hours a week for the school year to deliver programs and attend special training programs.
- Events: Hands-on activities lead by volunteers is what makes their events fun for visitors. The events include the Family Day Event, Easter Sunday, May Day Parade in Fort Langley, Canada Day, Culture Days, their Halloween Event, and Pioneer Christmas.
- Office Assistance: Assists with typing, folding, stuffing, sewing, and preparing education materials.
- Curatorial: Exciting transcription opportunities are open to anyone who is passionate about research or history, or anyone who wants to gain experience working with exhibits and collections.
- Summer Camps: High school students can participate and earn volunteer hours for school credit while having fun.
Benefits of Volunteering
- Share your knowledge
- Learn new skills
- Be part of an amazing team
- Engage the community and share the excitement