B.C.'s largest Earth Day celebration takes place Saturday at Surrey City Hall Plaza.

Enjoy a big Party for the Planet

B.C. biggest Earth Day celebration takes place right here in Surrey, at City Hall Plaza on April 23.


B.C.’s largest Earth Day celebration takes place Saturday at City Hall Plaza.

Featuring three performance stages and more than a dozen performers, The Party for the Planet will take place April 23 – one day after Earth Day – from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 13450 104 Ave.

Performers will include:

• Children’s entertainer Music With Marnie (11-11:40 a.m.)

• Indoor kite flyer Tristan Underwood (12-12:20 p.m.)

• The PraiseTeam (12-12:40 p.m.)

• Raptors Ridge Birds of Prey (12-12:50 p.m.)

• Urban Safari Rescue Society (1-1:40 p.m.)

• Blink Acro dance (1:45 p.m., 3:45 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.)

• Street performer/juggler Piper Mckenzie (2:30-2:40 p.m.)

• Folk/pop/rockers The Wilds (3-4 p.m.)

• Make-believe musicians Bobs and Lolo (3-3:15 p.m. and 4-5 p.m.)

• Singer-songwriter Vince Vaccaro (4-4:40 p.m.)

• Folk-soul singer Scott Helman (5-6 p.m.)

Other visitors will include The Lorax, Franklin the Turtle and Raptors Ridge Birds of Prey.

The green-themed event will provide eco-tips for sustainable living, teach about sustainable initiatives in Surrey and have a tree and plant sale and 10 recycling stations.

This is a free event, and no tickets are required.

For the full schedule of events and maps, visit http://www.surrey.ca/partyfortheplanet/event-info.aspx


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