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Surrey Events Calendar: December 16th to December 31st



Surrey Events Calendar:

December 16th to December 31st

New Year’s Party 2018

We are inviting you to a fantastic New Year’s Party 2018 with great, live music by Music Variations and DJMusic!

– Buffet dinner with specially created exclusive menu, champagne and scrumptious snack at midnight

– Many great prizes to be won

– Free parking

– FUNtastic live and DJ music!

Date and Time: Sun, 31 Dec 2017, 7:30 PM – Mon, 1 Jan 2018, 1:30 AM

Location: Pacific Inn Resort & Conference Centre (1160 King George Hwy, Surrey)

Contact: Cezary 778-987-3700 or Kamila 778-251-5425

Cost: $110

Holiday Happenings

Breakfast with Santa

Enjoy a delicious Christmas breakfast with Santa at a recreation centre near you!

December 16th, 2017 | Various Locations and Times
Cost: $8.00 per child, $4.00 per adult; Children ages 2 and under are free; Registration is required.


Pink Orchid Studio’s Breakfast with Santa

Come celebrate the joys of the season with a festive celebration at Breakfast with Santa. A delicious pancake breakfast will be served with visits from Santa Claus, photos, and a great chance to give back. This year all proceeds will be donted to the Surrey Women’s Shelter. We encourage each family to bring a unwrapped toy for our toy drive. These gifts can make a huge impact and are generously welcomed.

Join us at 10 am sharp to start the festivities! This is a ticketed event, no tickets will be sold at the door. Due to size restrictions we are unable to accommodate late comers.

Date and Time: Sunday, 17 December 2017; 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Location: Beecher Place, Surrey

Cost: $9 – $19


Christmas Crafting Series – LED Lit Wooden Gift Box

Learn how to make a light up gift box using simple household items! Staining, Ink Stamping, and painting are just some methods to decorate wood. For an extra holiday touch, we will be learning how to use LED’s to give the finished project a lovely glow. All ages welcome, children under 12 must be supervised by a parent or guardian.

Date and Time: Saturday, 16 December 2017; 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Location: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre (13458 107A Avenue, Surrey)

Cost: $20


Frontline Voices presents “Season of Hope”

Frontline Voices and Friends present “Season of Hope”, a Christmas concert of traditional and contemporary carols, featuring excerpts from Handel’s ‘Messiah’. Special guests include David Antoniuk (piano), the Barnson Trio, and the Jeremy Ferland String Quintet.

Tickets are on sale via Eventbrite ( Any unsold tickets as of 12 Noon on December 16 will be available for sale at the door. Payment either with cash or cheque (payable to Frontline Voices).

Refunds will be granted only if requested before 7:00 pm on December 15 (24 hours before the event).

Date and Time: Saturday, 16 December 2017; 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Doors open at 6:15 pm)

Location: Pacific Academy / Mary Pattison Chapel (10238 168 Street, Surrey)

Contact: Dave Pepper – 778-989-2198

Cost: $20 – $25

Christmas Train at Bear Creek Park

Come ride the Christmas Train Bear Creek Park.  Visit with Santa and receive a candy cane, Christmas activity kit and enjoy a train ride through the Christmas forest.  Santa is at the station December 9 – 24th. Admission: $11 + taxes (adults & children).

When: December 8, 2017 – January 7, 2018 (closed December 25th)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Where: Bear Creek Park
Address: 13750 88th Avenue, Surrey


Christmas at The Loafing Shed

Shop jewelry, quilted throws, photo cards, and many more! Also, enjoy complimentary seasonal beverages and warm up in the studio.

Location: 9060 184 St, Surrey

Date and Time: December 16th and 17th, 2017  10:00 am – 3:00 pm (Glassblowing until 2:00 pm only)

Contact: (604) 612-2753

Cost: Free


Christmas Store at Potters

Potters 28,000 square-foot shop has been transformed into a Christmas wonderland. With unique holiday items from around the world to visits from Mr & Mrs Claus, everyone in your family will enjoy a visit. Dazzling though Potters’ decor may be, this is also the place for quirky gifts. Whether you’re looking for stocking stuffers like decks of cards featuring superheroes, a battery-operated train in a tin, zoom helicopters, a fishing- or equestrian-related bauble for the tree, the ultimate pair of gardening gloves for your green-thumbed relative – or fun culinary-themed gifts like Bacon Ketchup, or a Book of Hot Sauces (with small bottles of 12 different hot sauces) – you’ll find something for everyone on your list. On weekends, festive live music enhances the holiday spirit, along with Santa and Mrs. Claus making appearances at the store.

When: ongoing until December 24th, 2016
Time: 9am – 6pm (Mon – Sat); 10am – 6pm (Sun)
Where: Potters
Address: 19158 48th Avenue, Surrey

Very Vintage Christmas

Holiday celebrations are going old-style at the Surrey Museum’s Very Vintage Christmas. Tap your toes while the Society of Versatile Entertainers perform “Magical Christmas” at 1:45, 2:45 & 3:45. There will be plenty of retro holiday games to entertain the family. Help the kids make vintage-style decorations. And don’t forget your camera for a picture with Santa (he arrives at 1:15pm). Please bring a donation for the Surrey Food Bank.
When: December 17, 2016
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Where: Surrey Museum
Address: 17710 – 56A Avenue, Surrey BC

Photos with Santa

Ho-Ho-Ho! Capture your holiday memories and get a festive photo taken with Santa at Central City.  Photos with Santa are offered from November 18 to December 24 at Santa Land, on the south side of the centre near Tim Hortons. All kids that visit Santa will receive a free activity book, hat, and candy cane (while quantities last).

Location: Central City

Date & Time: November 18 – December 24; Santa Visit Hours

Contact: 604 587 7773

Cost: Santa Photo Packages

Winter Fest 2017

Bring your kids to Winter Fest for a fun day of games and activities. The event is aimed at children ages 6 to 12, but everyone is welcome to enjoy cookie decorating, holiday crafts, games, treats, sports challenges, a photo station and more!

When: December 16, 2017  (10:00 AM – 1:00 PM)

Location: Guildford Recreation Centre

Cost: Free

Saskia VanEyk

Winter Ice Palace

Enjoy a seasonal skate around the old fashioned pond and get into the Christmas spirit!

When and Where: December 22, 2017 to January 7, 2018 | Cloverdale Arena

Contact: 604-502-6410
Cost: $4.50/person; $3.25 for skate rentals; $1.75 for helmet rentals. Free admission for Recreation Pass holders.


Out of the Cold Holiday Craft Market

Bring family and friends of all ages to stroll the booths, enjoy holiday treats and purchase quality goods from local artisans and businesses, all for a good cause! There will be music, drinks, snacks and more! Following the craft fair there will be a Chasing Stars dessert theatre production and silent auction. Tickets for this portion of the event can be purchased for $10. This is a fundraising event. This year’s proceeds go towards Nightshift Street Ministries, several local schools, and a children’s orphanage in Albania.

Location: Southside Community Church, 12642 100 Ave

Date & Time: December 16, 2017; 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Southside Community Church

Cost: Free


Grandma & Me Christmas Tea

Calling all grandparents! Bring the little ones in your life to celebrate the holiday season. Enjoy making Christmas crafts, decorating cookies and warming up with a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate. You also won’t want to miss the special story time and magic show presented by Surrey Libraries. Geared towards ages 3-7. Grandpas are welcome too!

Location: Guildford Recreation Centre, 15105 105 Ave

Date & Time: December 19, 2017; 9:15 AM – 11:15 AM

Carissa Bootsma
Cost: $7 – Child; $3 – Grandparent (Call 604-501-5100 and quote registration #4557210)


The Electric Express

The Electric Express experience takes place in the station, where there is live music and carols, on a short train ride on a track, followed by a visit to Father Christmas’s workshop in the Car Barn. Each event starts on the hour for 6 events, First event 1000 am last event 3:00 pm.

When: December 16th and 17th, 2017

Location: Cloverdale Station (Find us at Hwy 10 and 176A Street, in Cloverdale. Behind the Clydesdale Inn.)

Contact information:  Phone: 604-574-9056; email:


Cost: $0-20 (depends on the age)


Charity Gift Wrap Centre

Get your gifts wrapped at the Charity Gift Wrap Centre this holiday season!  Prices start at just $2 and a wide assortment of wrap and bag options are available. It is located on the lower level by the Canada Passport Office. All proceeds from the gift wrap service benefit the Surrey Women’s Centre.

When and Where: December 7 – 24; Central City

Contact: 604-587-7773

The Whalley Santa Cause

This year, the Whalley Santa Cause organizers are asking for donations of new personal hygiene items such as deodorant, tooth brushes, shampoo, conditioner, hair brushes, socks, and so on. Gently used sweaters, scarves and gloves are also highly needed. The Whalley Santa Cause walks as a group. Children under 18 must be with an adult. For more information, contact Erica directly to arrange a time to drop off a donation.

Location: Gateway Skytrain Station near the taxi stand

Date & Time: December 25, 2017; 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Erica Beckstead

Cost: Free



Ellie King’s Sinbad, The Pirate and the Dinosaur

A relaxed performance is intended specifically to be sensitive to and accepting of audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders, or learning disabled people.

Sparkling, magical, family fun awaits when we join Sinbad and his wacky crew in a rollicking and hilarious adventure on the high seas. Come sing along with toe-tapping music, groan at corny old jokes, cheer the good guys and boo the bad in this hilariously funny show, as we say farewell to BC’s favorite Dame, Alan Cedargreen, when he wields his wooden spoon for one last time.

Location: Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre, 13750 88 Avenue

Dates: December 16–17, 21–24 & 26, 2017

Times: various

Cost: various


Public meetings and hearings:

Regular Council Public Hearing Meeting

The public is invited to attend the Public Hearing meeting and speak to the following applications.

Review the  Public Hearing Brochure to learn about the public hearing process, what to expect before, after and during the Public Hearing, and review some helpful hints.

Current Surrey Zoning Amendment Public Hearing Notices – Monday, December 18, 2017
Current Surrey Land Use Contract Termination Public Hearing Notices

Find advertisements in local newspapers for summary information and maps for land use applications currently before Surrey City Council.

Location: City Hall Council Chambers

Date & Time: December 4, 2017; 7:00 PM

Contact: City Clerk –



Free Sahaja Yoga Meditation Classes

Classes are free and open to newcomers of all ages and newcomers are welcome to join at any time.


  • Group meditation for all levels
  • Pure meditation, no stretching/physical exercise
  • Instructor-led guided meditation and short video
  • Always free

What to bring/wear:

  • There is No need to bring a mat to sit on
  • Wear any clothing which is comfortable, preferably of natural materials

When: Wednesday, 20 December 2017; 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Location: 10350 University Drive City Centre Library, Room 405, Surrey

Contact: (604) 581 6071 & 778 939 6536

Cost: Free

Free Yoga Class in Surrey

Join us for a Free Yoga Class in Surrey BC. This Free Yoga Class is for all levels. The Yoga Class will consist of Asana & Pranayamas. You would learn how to breath properly in each Yoga asana. Please arrive on time to complete the registration process.

Things To Bring:

Few Yoga Mats are available at Punjab Bhawan but we recommend to bring your own Yoga mat & a water bottle.

When: Sunday, 17 December 2017; 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Location: Punjab bhawan, 15453 Fraser Highway, Surrey


Cost: Free

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6 events you need to attend in Surrey: Aug. 6-14



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Looking for something to do? You’re in luck! From outdoor movies to a butterfly release, there is so much to do in Surrey this week.

Aug. 6: Movies Under the Stars


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You can head over to Holland Park for a free movie under the stars starting on Aug. 6. The fun starts at 6pm with plenty of games, singers, crafts, draws, and so much more. Be sure to bring a picnic blanket or lawn chair and some yummy snacks to enjoy. The movie schedule is as follows: 

Aug. 6: Sing 2

Aug. 13: Encanto

Aug. 20: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Address: Holland Park, 13428 Old Yale Rd.


Aug. 6-7: Music and Meditation Festival

Need some relaxation? Visit Surrey City Hall on Aug. 6 and 7 for the Music and Meditation Festival. The event starts at noon, and on Aug. 6 there will be “meditative flute music by Edgar Muenala, Indigenous dance by the Wild Moccasin Dancers, meditation workshops with Rani Thompson of Raaga with Rani and multi-instrumentalists The Nair Brothers, activities for children and parents, and much more! On Aug. 7 you can enjoy free outdoor music from members of Sahaja Yoga BC from noon–2pm, and free meditation classes at the Surrey Central Library from 2-4pm.

Address: Surrey City Hall, 13450-104th Ave.


Aug. 6-7: Play Time: Heritage Board Games

Tired of Monopoly? Learn about the board games that residents in Victorian Surrey would have played. This event is free and the only thing you need to supply is the players. 

Address: Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Rd.


Aug. 10: Sounds of Summer: Dalannah Gail Bowen


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Enjoy a free outdoor concert in Holland Park on Aug. 10 from 6:30–8pm. This week’s performance is Dalannah Gail Bowen who is a “76-year-old Afro-Canadian Cherokee singer, songwriter, actress, play writer, storyteller, event producer, social activist, International Memphis Blues Awards semi-finalist (2017) and a Blues Hall of Fame Master Blues Artist (2015).”

Address: Holland Park, 13428 Old Yale Rd.


Aug. 13: Habitat for Humanity 11th Annual Butterfly Release

Watch a live butterfly release at the Fleetwood Villa on Aug. 13 starting at 11:30am. This event is free to watch but you’re also able to purchase a butterfly to release, with all proceeds going towards Habitat for Humanity. Butterflies cost $20 each and include a butterfly cookie. There will also be live entertainment and a barbecue lunch. For more information on how to reserve your butterfly, check the City of Surrey website

Address: Fleetwood Villa, 16028 83 Ave.


Aug. 13-14: Play Time: Old Fashioned Toys

You can visit the Historic Stewart Farm to play with the toys that the Stewart children would have enjoyed in the early 1900s. You’ll also be able to play some outdoor games and make your own toy to take home! This free event is a part of the Historic Stewart Farm’s themed summer weekends. 

Address: Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Rd.

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6 events for you to check out in Surrey: July 1–9



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From ice cream making to free concerts in the park, there is so much to do in Surrey (@thecityofsurrey / Instagram)

Looking for something to do? Well, you’re in luck! There is so much to do in Surrey this week.


Surrey Canada Day

Canada Day 2022 is coming up quickly and the City of Surrey has plenty of plans to celebrate. You can check out an Indigenous Village, the Summer Market, or enjoy some live music from artists like Arkells! There will also be plenty of food trucks and amusement park rides to enjoy. You can check out our previous article for a full breakdown of everything happening. 

Address: Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre, 176th St and 64th Avenue, Surrey


Ice Cream Making

From July 1 to 3 you can visit the Historic Stewart Farm to learn how to make your own homemade ice cream like Surrey residents from the 1900s. Not only that, but you’ll be able to take some home. 

Address: 13723 Crescent Rd, Surrey


Surrey Rides


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If you’re 18 or younger and like to skateboard, bike, or scooter, then head over to South Surrey Youth Park on July 5 from 4 to 8 pm for Surrey Rides. There will be free snacks, good jams, and prize giveaways for everyone who attends. Helmets are mandatory and spectators are welcome. Be sure to visit the City of Surrey website for a full schedule of Surrey Rides. 

Address: South Surrey Youth Park, 14601 20 Avenue, Surrey


Sounds of Summer: Sons of Granville


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Visit Glades Woodland Garden for a free summer concert with Sons of Granville on July 5. Be sure to bring a picnic blanket or chairs and you’re encouraged to bring a picnic dinner to enjoy. Sons of Granville started as a busking duo back in 2010 and have since gained popularity and brought on more band members. This is definitely a concert you won’t want to miss. Gates open at 5 pm and the concert starts at 6:30 pm. 

Address: The Glades Woodland Garden, 457 170 Street, Surrey


FVDED in the Park

FVDED in the Park returns to Holland Park this year on July 8 and 9. Headlining the iconic Surrey festival are Illenium, Excision, Rick Ross, and Don Toliver. Tickets are on sale now and you can purchase them online

Address: Holland Park, 13428 Old Yale Road, Surrey


SHIAMAK: spirit of India

BC’s biggest Bollywood dance company is coming to the Bell Performing Arts Centre on July 8 at 7:30 pm to perform “spirit of India.” This is a celebration of India’s spirituality, mythology, colourful festivals, weddings, music, dances, Bollywood, and will include over 90 performers! Tickets start at $36 and can be purchased onlineAddress: Bell Performing Arts Centre, 6250 144th Street, Surrey

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BC’s biggest Bollywood dance company, SHIAMAK, is performing “spirit of India” in Surrey



This event is to celebrate the 75th year of India’s Independence.

SHIAMAK is coming to Surrey on July 8 for the “spirit of India,” a celebration of the 75th year of India’s Independence with music and dance. 

The performance will include India’s spirituality, mythology, colourful festivals, flamboyant weddings, magnificent music, exhilarating dances, and, of course, Bollywood — this production manifests the true spirit of India’s multiculturalism.

There will be over 90 different performers who come from all over the Lower Mainland and the performance will include a retelling of the Ramayana, one of the largest ancient epics in world literature.

Not only is this a must-attend event but this will be SHIAMAK’s return to the stage since their last performance in 2019.

You can buy tickets to “spirit of India” online starting at $28. The performance will take place at the Bell Performing Arts Centre on July 8 starting at 7:30 pm. 

Address: Bell Performing Arts Centre, 6250 144th Street

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Here’s what to expect from Surrey’s Canada Day Celebration



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The event will be headlined by Arkells and have an Indigenous Village, amusement rides, a summer market, and more! (City of Surrey / Facebook)

Canada Day 2022 is coming up quickly and the City of Surrey has plenty of plans to celebrate. Here are some of the highlights of this year’s celebration. 



There will be musical performances for the entire day with Arkells headlining the show. You can also expect performances from Shawnee Kish, Haviah Mighty, En Karma, Teon Gibbs, Ashley Pater, Glisha, Kung Jaadee, Pleasant Trees, and many more! Plus, all of these performances are free so you can enjoy as much music as you want. 


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Summer Market: 

Plenty of local vendors will be making their way to the Canada Day celebration this year, and they’ll be set up in the Summer Market. Some of the vendors include Mysgreen, lil so&so handmades, The Refill Shop, Mountain Mornings, and So Fresh Air Fresheners. 


Food Trucks:

No Canada Day celebration is complete without food, and there will be tons of food trucks available for you to choose from. Whether you’re feeling like some delicious sandwiches from Bread and Cheese, Bannock from the Bannock Queen, vegan delights from the Dirty Vegan, Japanese-inspired hotdogs from Japa Dog, or mini donuts from Mr. Ken’s Donuts, Surrey’s Canada Day will have it all! There will be over 30 different food trucks at the event. 


Indigenous Village:

For this year, the City of Surrey is putting a big emphasis on reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. On the Surrey Canada Day Website, the City said “July 1st is a day to chart a new and better path forward. Together, we can work towards reconciliation and a more equitable society for all. We invite you to come together to experience diverse cultural expression, as well as the best of Canada and its hope for the future. Surrey Canada Day is committed to sharing music, education, entertainment, and the cultural practices of many Indigenous and multicultural artists. Event organizers are working with leaders from land-based Nations and an Indigenous consultant in the planning and programming of this event.”

One of the highlights of this year’s celebration is the Indigenous Village with plenty of different sections to check out. The Siam Stage (which means “Respected Ones” in Coast Salish languages) will feature Indigenous cultural sharing, the Residential School Survivor Honouring Ceremony, and contemporary music performances. There will also be a sharing circle where “the public is invited to participate in discussions with Residential School Survivors to learn first-hand about the hardships they lived through while attending the schools. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet the children of the Residential School Survivors, who will share how their lives were impacted by the inter-generational trauma caused by the Residential School system.” 

In addition, there will be traditional teachings, doll-making demonstrations, game playing from the Onyota’aka Nation with S^yowah (Son-Yo-Wah), ribbon skirt making, and a community mural painting with Brad Henry.


Amusement Rides:

If you’re looking for some thrills then you’re in luck, there are plenty of amusement park rides available at Surrey’s Canada Day celebration. You can ride on the Ferris wheel, crash into some bumper cars, get turned around in the Zipper, or walk through the Kreepy Kastle. To get on these rides you must buy tickets, with one ticket costing $1.50. You can also buy 20 tickets for $30 or 40 Tickets for $50. There will be 16 different rides to choose from. 



The celebrations will end with a fireworks display starting at 10:15 pm that you will not want to miss. 


For more information on everything happening for Surrey’s Canada Day, be sure to visit

Address: Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre, 176th St and 64th Avenue, Surrey

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7 events for you to check out in Surrey June 10–18



7 events for you to check out in Surrey June 10–18
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Looking for something to do? Well, you’re in luck! There is so much to do in Surrey this week.


June 10: Seniors Week

Visit the Historic Stewart Farm on June 10 from 11 am to 2 pm for Seniors Week. There will be live music and performers, heritage activities and demonstrations, tours of the 1894 farmhouse, samples of delicious homemade treats, and activities in recognition of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Address: Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Road


June 11: Magical QUIRK-E Tour

QUIRK-E (Queer Imaging and Riting Kollective for Elders) is hosting numerous spoken word and video performances at the Museum of Surrey on June 11 from 2 to 4 pm. There will be cartoons, videos, short films, songs, a scene from a play, stories, and poems. This event is 14+. 

Address: Museum of Surrey, 17710 56a Ave


June 11: Car-Free Day

Car-Free Day is coming to Surrey Saturday, June 11. This event will turn 137 street into a car-free paradise with tons of local merchants, musicians, and family-friendly activities like balloon twisting, jugglers, and face painting. There will also be a beer garden (for the grown-ups) and plenty of food trucks. 

Address: 7380 King George Blvd


June 16–19: Strawberry Tea on the Farm

If you missed Seniors Week, then you can visit the Historic Stewart Farm from June 16–19 for strawberry tea on the veranda. There will also be ice cream and other treats for you to enjoy. Tickets cost $18.20 and you can register for them online or by calling 604-501-5100.

Address: Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Road


June 17: Youth Pride Dance

Youth ages 13 to 18 are welcome to attend the Youth Pride Dance, an inclusive and welcoming event to celebrate Pride. There will be dancing (of course), games, snacks, and prizes for the most creative outfits. LGBTQ2S+ and allies can attend this event. Registration for this free event is available online

Address: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre, 13458 107A Avenue


June 18: International Picnic Day

Visit Hazelgrove Park for International Picnic Day on June 18 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Bring a packed meal and your friends and family to enjoy an evening full of fun activities. There will be mini-golf, storytime, different fun park activities, and different vendors from the Cloverdale Farmers Market. This event is free and open to all ages. 

Address: Hazelgrove Park 7080 190 Street


June 18: Surrey Fest

This year is the 22nd anniversary of Surrey Fest! Head over to Holland Park from 11 am to 4 pm to enjoy music, prizes, vendors, and more! This event is free but expect it to get busy. 

Address: Holland Park, 13428 Old Yale Rd

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