Every Thursday in August the Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group has hosted a free walking tour, teaching as much history about the Kwantlen people as an hour will allow. The walking tour begins at 7:00pm at Lelem Arts and Cultural Café. The route is approximately 1km over the Bedford Channel and onto McMillan Island.
Last Thursday I made sure to head over to Lelem to catch one of the tours. Now first I must gush about this cafe a little bit. I know Erin already mentioned this café in one of her Langley Project posts but I have to mention it again. I arrived early to have a bite to eat before the walk. First of all the location of Lelem is just beautiful, it is right on the river and the café itself has large doors that open, allowing for a very open, airy feel. They have a lovely patio area set up as well, which is perfect for these late summer days. I ordered a butternut squash soup and a coffee (both were delicious) and had a seat inside to enjoy.
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