Events, activities

WALKS/RUNS Color Me Rad: Cloverdale Fairgrounds will be dusted with a rainbow of hues May 31 during this for-profit 5K event, in which participants are blasted with bombs of coloured corn starch. Fee to register is $35, plus service and processing fees, via Laura Szendrei Walk, Run, Roll 2014 to be held Sunday, June 1 at North Delta Secondary school track, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 11447 82nd Ave., Delta. Register at Funds raised go to Laura Szendrei Memorial Foundation, in memory of the teen murder victim.

13th Annual Run, Walk & Roll for our Kids, supporting The Centre for Child Development and Sophie’s Place Child Advocacy Centre, on Sunday June 1 at Bear Creek Park. Visit or call 604-533-4884.

The Gutsy Walk, Crohn’s and Colitis Canada’s largest single-day fundraiser, will be held Sunday, June 8 at sites across the Lower Mainland, including Bear Creek Park in Surrey. Proceeds raised advance medical research, improving the lives of children and adults affected by these chronic diseases, and ultimately find cures. To participate, visit, email gutsywalk_ or call 1-604-220-9865.

FOOD/BEVERAGES Ukrainian “soul food” (perogies, cabbage rolls and borsch) will be available on Friday, May 30 at a fundraiser from 4:30 to 7:30 pm at Ukrainian Cultural Centre, 13512 108th Ave., Surrey. Eat-in, take away, or ready for your freezer. For information, call 604-531-1923 or 604-581-0313.

Greek Food Festival in Surrey: Annual event held from June 6 to 15 on grounds at Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, 13181 96th Ave., Surrey, featuring Greek food, music dancing, vendors and more. Free admission. Info: Visit, call 604-496-5099, email

ANTIQUES Surrey Antiques off the Roadshow: Event on Saturday, May 31, from noon to 3 p.m., at Surrey Art Gallery. Appraisals by experts who are knowledgeable about jewelry, antiques, collectibles, antiquarian books, and Asian, European and First Nations art. The cost is $10 for the first item and $5 for each additional item. This is a drop-in event; registration is not required. Observers are welcome. Parking is free. This event is sponsored by Surrey Art Gallery Association.

Surrey Art Gallery is located at 13750 88th Ave., Bear Creek Park. 604-501-5566, www.surrey. ca/artgallery.

HEALTH “ADHD: The Good, The Bad, The Brilliant” educational session on Thursday, May 29 at Panorama Ridge Secondary School Theatre, 7 to 9 p.m. at 13220 64th Ave., Surrey. Presentation to provide an introduction to Attention Deficit

Hyperactivity Disorder, the neurology that creates it, and tools to help kids with ADHD learn more, and stay on task. Pre-register at Eventbrite or at, 604-591-5156.

NATURE Semiahmoo Heritage Trail Annual Walk, part of Surrey’s Environmental Extravaganza, on Saturday, May 31st, 2 to 4 pm. Meet at the SE corner of 148th St. and 28th Ave. – lots of street

parking. “Learn about the Trail’s history, and wealth of native trees, plants and wildlife from naturalists who will lead groups on a section of the Trail that was part of the original wagon road, completed 140 years ago. Surrey Parks Dept. will give participants native seedlings.

SALES/CRAFTS Mary Jane Shannon Elementary’s Parking Lot Sale on Saturday, May 31 from 8:30 a.m.

‘Pinkalicious!’ musical staged at Earl MarriottThe musical “Pinkalicious!” staged by Surrey Youth Theatre Company this weekend features the characters Pinkalicious (played by Annika Ferronato), Bumblebee (Hunter Hart), brother Peter (Adam Scott) and Cupcake (Vanessa Ferronato). Show dates are Saturday, May 31 (11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.) and Sunday, June 1 (2 p.m.) at Wheelhouse Theatre at Earl Marriott Secondary, South Surrey. For details, search

to 12:30 p.m., at 10682 144th St., Surrey. Info: 604-588-5991.

BUSINESS Business networking reception at Semiahmoo House Society: You will be able to tour The Treehouse and learn about the Semiahmoo House Society’s plans for a truly inclusive community during event, on Wednesday, May 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 15306 24th Ave., Surrey.

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