New Guardians at Hazelgrove Park

East Clayton's newest and largest park features a giant steel and aluminum public art by Susan Point.

Angela Brown – of Angela Brown’s Nylon Zoo (above) – leads a group of kids in a costume parade during Play Park Palooza at the grand opening of Hazelgrove Park on June 25.

At left, City of Surrey programmer Janet Robinson (left) and public art coordinator Anita Green check out the unveiling of artist Susan Point’s ‘Water Guardians’ public art statue at the park.

Below, Morgan Plato, 6, checks herself out in a mirror held by face painter Bonnie Zheng of A-Star Art Parlour.

The park is located at 70 Avenue and 190 Street in East Clayton.

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