Garden Light Festival will add colour to Surrey’s Bear Creek Park on a Tuesday evening

Event planned for Oct. 18, in partnership with 365 Productions and Surrey Arts Centre

Photo of Surrey's Garden Light Festival posted to the City of Surrey's website.

SURREY — Bear Creek Park will light up during a Garden Light Festival on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

The evening event, hosted by the City of Surrey, will run from 6 to 9 p.m. at 13750 88th Ave.

“Come on out for some free family entertainment!” reads a post on the city’s website.

“This year we are working with 365 Productions as well as the Surrey Arts Centre to bring the garden to life with lights, lanterns and performers. The trails and the trees will be illuminated as you wander through an ever changing display of colours.

“Grab a snack (mini donuts, grilled cheese sandwiches and hot beverages), make a lantern and prepare to be wowed! Don’t forget to pack a flashlight and dress for the weather – rain or shine (extreme weather exceptions).”

 

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