Surrey Museum plans a very rockin’ day

A Discovery Saturday:‘Very Vintage Christmas’ tunes up the ‘50s Christmas classics, with live music, swing dancing and retro games.

Reid Jamieson performs Elvis and Bing Crosby tunes

They’ll be be bopping around the Christmas tree – and anything else handy – this weekend at the Surrey Museum’s Discovery Saturday: Very Vintage Christmas.

Visitors are invited to enjoy the smooth sounds of singer-songwriter Reid Jamieson, crooning well-loved classics by greats such as Bing Crosby and Elvis, along with his own seasonal songs.

Local dance group, Jitterbug Junkies, will wow the crowd with authentic, historical swing dance performances, accompanied by Royal City Swing.

You can create your own vintage ornaments and tinsel wreaths for your home, get your photo taken with Santa, and enjoy retro Christmas games.

The all-ages celebration runs from 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 20 at the museum, located at 17710 56A Avenue. Admission is sponsored by Friends of the Surrey Museum and Archives Society. For more information, call 604-592-6956 or visit surrey.ca/heritage.

– Cloverdale Reporter

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