Fathers get in free at the Surrey Night Market this Sunday.

Surrey Night Market offers deal for dads

The Surrey Night Market will offer all dads free admission this Sunday, to mark Father's Day.

The Surrey Night Market will offer all dads free admission this Sunday, to mark Father’s Day.

The offer is open to dads who are accompanied by families, a news release states.

The multicultural, open-air market operates from 6 to 11 p.m. every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through Sept. 30 at the Cloverdale Exhibition grounds, 17726 62 Ave.. Highlights include food and goods vendors, as well as rides and games for children and performances by local bands, singers and dancers.

Parking is free. Admission is $2, with exceptions for military personnel and veterans; children less than 48 inches tall when accompanied by their families; persons using wheelchairs; seniors aged 75 and older; anyone bringing a non-perishable food item or new toy for donation to local food banks for community organizations.

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

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