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July

UBC Blueberry Fest
UBC Blueberry Fest

Blueberry season is upon us! You don’t want to miss the FREE (no admission) UBC Blueberry Fest happening July 20 – 22. Enjoy a pancake breakfast, Ethical Bean coffee, a chef demo, and blueberry baked goods. Make sure you bring your own containers and bags to bring home tasty treats
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Breaking Barriers Concert
Breaking Barriers Concert

On July 17th, the BC Chinese Music Ensemble will present a unique concert titled “Breaking Barriers” at the Surrey Centre Stage. “Breaking Barriers” signifies not only the breaking of form, general structure and concept of music, but also the boundary of cultures. The project is a balanced program of traditional
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MAINalley PoP Up Gallery Project
MAINalley PoP Up Gallery Project

ReVision, the art of recycling group and the Sculpture Society of BC, has partnered with Westbank Corp to exhibit members’ work highlighting climate disasters, interrogating the negative impact humans have on our physical environment through socio-political factors. MAINalley, a popup gallery is temporarily housed in the industrial zoned area in
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Music in the Square
Music in the Square

You are invited to visit Heritage Square to celebrate summer with their new Music in the Square concert series. July 22: The July performance features Latin and flamenco duo Sangre Morena. August 12: Join musician Steve Sacky for an interactive drum circle! Bring along your drum or use the ones
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West Coast Classic Polo Tournament
West Coast Classic Polo Tournament

Come check out the West Coast Classic Polo Tournament. Enjoy some polo in the sun with your friends and family! Spectators and tailgate viewing welcome. Bring a picnic or buy food and drinks at our fabulous food trucks. How to dress? Come casual or dress up in your finest –
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Robin Hood
Robin Hood

It’s Robin Hood! Come enter the Land of Fancy, “where the weather is always fair, flowers bloom forever, Sheriffs run amok, and only a Merry Band can inspire the people to face him.” In this lighthearted adaptation, you’ll see all the characters you know and love from the Robin Hood
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Heritage Thursdays
Heritage Thursdays

Heritage Thursdays is a weekly Thursday afternoon children’s program that operates in the summer. Each year the program is based on a popular or pertinent theme. This years theme is “Through the Artists Lens” with each session exploring a new art medium/style! July 14th – Group of Seven – A
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Aberdeen Neighbourhood Park
Celebrate the Opening of Aberdeen Neighbourhood Park in Richmond

Bike, e-scooter, walk, Skytrain or take the bus to celebrate the opening of the second phase of Aberdeen Neighbourhood Park on Wednesday, July 27 from 5:30-8:00 p.m. This fun, free, family-friendly celebration will include music, face painting, chalk art, caricature artist, food trucks, and more, as well as an official
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McArthurGlen Summer Concert Series
McArthurGlen Summer Concert Series

McArthurGlen is thrilled to launch a spectacular Summer Concert Series, starting with the Vancouver Pops Symphony! Set in McArthurGlen’s luxury plaza, audience members will be transported to a magical Italian piazza, filled with the sounds of a full-piece orchestra directed by Maestro Tom Kuo. The orchestra will be performing popular
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Free Chicken and PERi Fries from Nando’s
Free Chicken and PERi Fries from Nando’s – Celebrate Mandela Day

Nando’s PERi-PERi is hosting the beloved Nando’s Dash Monday, July 18th on Nelson Mandela Day. In 2009, Nelson Mandela asked the people who wanted to celebrate his birthday to do so by helping out in their communities. That’s why Mandela Day takes place each year on July 18, and why
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