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Glass ball hunt returns to Langley

Glass artist Callahan McVay created one-of-a-kind glass sea floats which are hidden near Langley’s waterfront. Similar to an Easter egg hunt, people are invited to scramble for one of these art pieces.  -
Glass artist Callahan McVay created one-of-a-kind glass sea floats which are hidden near Langley’s waterfront. Similar to an Easter egg hunt, people are invited to scramble for one of these art pieces.
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The Langley Main Street Association and Callahan’s Firehouse Glass Studio host a Sea Float Scramble on Jan. 5.

Glass artist Callahan McVay created one-of-a-kind glass sea floats which are hidden near Langley’s waterfront. Similar to an Easter egg hunt, people are invited to scramble for one of these art pieces.

Presented by Langley Main Street Association, the hunt is free and open to all ages. Certificates of authenticity will be given to each person who presents a float. The first hunt is at 11 a.m. and the second scramble is at 1 p.m.

For info, call the studio at 221-1242 or visit callahansfirehouse.com.

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