May

Fraser Valley Heritage Railway
Ride the Rails with the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway

Talk about a great family adventure! Have you ridden the rails with the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway?  If not, be sure to add this outing to your summer bucket list. The fully-restored antique interurban train car departs from the Cloverdale Station and heads across South Surrey to Sullivan Station. The
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Cherry Blossom Festival
Cherry Blossom Festival

The organizers of the Cherry Blossom Festival are very creative individuals. Recognizing that the large-attendee events must remain cancelled due to COVID, they have put together many events that we can all enjoy while following the social distancing orders. “Now, more than ever, people need positive messaging and ways to
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I Spy A City
I Spy a City

Taking inspiration from the children’s game “I Spy” the artists working at UrbanScreen (within the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre) are capturing different sites from both Whalley and the larger Surrey community. This exhibition evolves over time. Just because you visited once don’t expect the same experience the next time you
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Abbotsford Tulip Festival
Abbotsford Tulip Festival – Relocating to the Okanagan

Abbotsford Tulip Festival: After many years of delighting visitors with colourful fields, the Abbotsford Tulip Festival is hanging up their hat and moving to the Okanagan. The organizers of Bloom, The Abbotsford Tulip Festival, first hosted their event in 2016. The outdoor event attracted more than 100,000 visitors for the
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May Day in Fort Langley 2020
Virtual 2020: May Day Parade in Fort Langley

The May Day Parade is on Victoria Day each year in Fort Langley. This year marks the 98th annual parade. For 2020, the May Day parade will be virtual. In non-COVID years, the parade forms up on Church Street and will commence at 11:00 to go west on Mavis to
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Royal Canadian International Circus
Postponed: Join Us Under the Big Top with the Royal Canadian International Circus

March 25, 2020: Please note the Royal Canadian International Circus is postponed due to COVID-19. The dazzling, thrilling Royal Canadian International Circus is inviting you to join them Under the Big Top this summer! As always the Royal Canadian International Circus will mesmerize, astound, thrill, and captivate audiences members of
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VSO Tiny Tots
VSO Tiny Tots

The 4-concert VSO Tiny Tots series features professional musicians and music educators Let Your Music Shine with Lisa and Linda in their own musical presentations for the little ones, from toddlers to age five. The Friday concerts are in Vancouver at the Playhouse Theatre, and the Saturday concerts are in
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Kids Bowl Free
Strike or Spare! Let the Kids Bowl For FREE This Summer

  Remember the bowling birthday parties we attended as kids?!  Now it is time to expose your kids to the joy of bowling.  Local bowling alleys are now offering kids (of various age limits) the opportunity to bowl 2 games PER DAY for FREE!  Below we’ve listed the specific details
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Salmonberry Days 2019
Salmonberry Days Community Fair

Mark your calendars for the last Sunday in May, as the Dunbar Community Centre Association hosts the Salmonberry Days Community Fair. The old fashioned community fair marks the culmination of Dunbar’s month long Salmonberry Days Festival. Young, old and in-between, there’s something for everyone each and every year. BBQ, activities,
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Shipyard Night Markets – Fridays in North Vancouver

The market fills the square with excitement and the delights of B.C. made products to fulfill all of your needs and senses.  It’s easy to get all of your grocery shopping done, load up on organic meats and local veggies and fruits. There are plenty of products to fill your
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