Tom Landa (centre) and his band Locarno will perform at Surrey Fest Downtown on June 18.

Celebrating Whalley

Surrey Fest Downtown takes place June 18 at Holland Park.

Mark your calendars: Surrey Fest Downtown is coming to Holland Park on June 18.

Surrey Fest Downtown is an opportunity to celebrate the community with entertainment, food and fun activities for everyone in the family.

The event takes place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 13428 Old Yale Rd.

Performers at the event will include Juno award-winning musician Tom Landa’s band Locarno, Freeflow, Drum Syndicate and Chris Hamilton.

Make sure to check out the Kids Zone, where there will be activities including face painting, arts and crafts, and a bouncy castle.

Attendees can show support for their local businesses by stopping by vendor booths and participating in the silent auction.

The event is organized by the Whalley Community Association and is sponsored by the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association.

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