CANADA DAY: Where the parties are in Surrey, North Delta and White Rock

Here’s how Surrey, North Delta and White Rock is celebrating Canada Day on Wednesday:

SURREY: "Western Canada’s biggest Canada celebration" will be held on July 1 at Cloverdale’s Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre, at the corner of 64th Avenue and 176th Street. Musical headliner is Blue Rodeo. "Free, family festival complete with live entertainment, the Shooting Stars Midway, great food, and plenty of interactive activities for all ages." Info: Surrey.ca/canadaday.

NORTH DELTA: Canada Day event at Chalmers Park in North Delta on Wednesday, July 1. Highlights for the evening include children’s crafts and games, barbecue food vendors, an official ceremony at 6 p.m., live music performances by Will Stroet The Backyard Band and March Hare Band, and fireworks, at 11400 76A Ave., North Delta, from 5:30 to 10:45 p.m.

WHITE ROCK: Celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday with the City of White Rock on Wednesday, July 1, with live music, entertainment, artisan vendors and kids zone on the waterfront. Music by Daniel Wesley, the River and the Road, Debra Jean Creelman and other local talent from South of the Fraser. The Canada Day celebrations will also hold a children’s sandcastle competition and offer free entry into the White Rock Museum, plus fireworks. More details: Whiterockcity.ca.

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