Langford resident Nihaarika Tirukovela, 8, enjoys her first time at participating in West Shore Parks and Recreation’s Neighbourhood Nights program at an event last year. (Gazette file photo)

Free family fun in West Shore parks

Events held Tuesdays in Langford and Thursdays in Colwood

You’re never too young or too old to play in the park.

Neighbourhood Nights serves up fun for the family with a variety of games and activities from 6 to 8 p.m. aimed at all ages in two popular parks on the West Shore.

The event, sponsored by West Shore Parks and Recreation, runs until Aug. 24 every Tuesday evening at Glen Lake Park in Langford and on Thursdays at Royal Bay Beach Park in Colwood.

No registration is required, and be advised the program may be cancelled due to inclement weather.

Glen Lake Park is off of Glenview Place, and Royal Bay Beach Park is off of Metchosin Road at Latoria Road.

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