One of the vendors at the Surrey Night Market shows off his fare.

Surrey Night Market now in full swing

Family-friendly marketplace runs Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at the Cloverdale Exhibition Grounds.

The family-friendly Surrey Night Market is now running every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6-11 p.m. at the Cloverdale Exhibition Grounds, 17726 62 Ave. until Sept. 20.

The night market features a wide variety of foods, services and goods, and live performances by local bands, singers and dancers. The event also has numerous rides and games for children and youth. Parking is free.

This year the Surrey Night Market has set aside one community tent at the event for non-profit community-based organizations. In addition, the management of the Surrey Night Market has announced that anyone bringing a non-perishable food item or new toy will get free admission and all the donations will be given to local food banks or community organizations.

The following patrons will also receive free entry into the night market:

• Families of all Canadian Forces personnel and veterans living in B.C.

• Children less than 48″ in height when accompanied by their families.

• Wheelchair-bound patrons.

• Seniors over 75 years old.

For more information, visit www.surreynightmarket.com or call 604-805-3440.

 

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