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The City of Delta, Tourism Delta and the Delta Chamber of Commerce are presenting a new outdoor concert and movie series called “Friday Night Flix” at parks in Ladner, Tsawwassen and North Delta on July 8,15 and 22, respectively. (Tourism Delta photo)

Outdoor concert and movie series coming to three Delta parks

Musician Ranj Singh to play North Delta Community Park followed by screening of Jungle Cruise July 22

The City of Delta, Tourism Delta and the Delta Chamber of Commerce are presenting a new outdoor concert and movie series called “Friday Night Flix” at parks in Ladner, Tsawwassen and North Delta on July 8,15 and 22, respectively. (Tourism Delta photo)
North Delta-based Reckless: The Ultimate Tribute to Bryan Adams, featuring Sherman Friesen (left) as the voice of Adams, will be performing at the City of Delta’s Canada Day celebration at Chalmers Park. (submitted photo)

Celebrate Canada Day at North Delta’s Chalmers Park

Free family-friendly festivities taking place across Delta after two-year hiatus due to COVID-19

North Delta-based Reckless: The Ultimate Tribute to Bryan Adams, featuring Sherman Friesen (left) as the voice of Adams, will be performing at the City of Delta’s Canada Day celebration at Chalmers Park. (submitted photo)
Tote bags and pillows created by Trish McEvoy will be among the works for sale at the Bayview Arts Collective’s Makers’ Market on Canada Day (Friday) in Crescent Beach.

Canada Day Makers’ Market in Crescent Beach

Second annual event comes to Bayview Street

Tote bags and pillows created by Trish McEvoy will be among the works for sale at the Bayview Arts Collective’s Makers’ Market on Canada Day (Friday) in Crescent Beach.
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Surrey director gets intimate with TUTS shows ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘Something Rotten!’

‘This is my first time working on 2 musicals like this, on a bigger stage in such a fantastic location,’ Jessica Nelson says

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Fireworks will fill the sky above Surrey’s Canada Day event starting at 10:15 p.m. Friday, July 1, at Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre in Cloverdale. (Submitted photo)

See full schedule for Surrey’s Canada Day event Friday, July 1, with fireworks to follow Arkells

Event returns to Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre after a two-year pause due to pandemic

Fireworks will fill the sky above Surrey’s Canada Day event starting at 10:15 p.m. Friday, July 1, at Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre in Cloverdale. (Submitted photo)
Pivot Theatre members at the Fraser Valley Zone Festival where awards were won for Best New Theatre Company, Best Costume Design (Margaret Shearman) and Best Sound Design (Kevin Ibbotson). (Photo: Facebook)

Surrey’s Pivot Theatre wins awards for ‘My Blue Heaven’ comedy, now set to play Vernon

Theatre company’s second annual yard sale July 9 at Newton Cultural Centre

Pivot Theatre members at the Fraser Valley Zone Festival where awards were won for Best New Theatre Company, Best Costume Design (Margaret Shearman) and Best Sound Design (Kevin Ibbotson). (Photo: Facebook)
An example of new Premiere Seating installed at Surrey’s Landmark movie theatre, located in the Guildford area. (Photo: landmarkcinemas.com)
An example of new Premiere Seating installed at Surrey’s Landmark movie theatre, located in the Guildford area. (Photo: landmarkcinemas.com)
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‘Anything Goes’ shows start for Surrey’s re-branded Fraser Valley Musical Theatre

Cole Porter musical hits Surrey Arts Centre’s Main Stage starting Thursday, June 30

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Harlequin performs during the first show of the Concerts at the Pier series Thursday evening in White Rock. (Brenda Anderson photo)

Harlequin kicks off Concerts at the Pier series in White Rock

White Rock BIA summer series continues through August

Harlequin performs during the first show of the Concerts at the Pier series Thursday evening in White Rock. (Brenda Anderson photo)
Left to right: Kat Siemens, Savannah Browne and Susan J. Falk collaborated to create the Paris Salon exhibit, set to open next month. (Contributed photo)

Paris-themed art exhibit scheduled for White Rock gallery

Paris Salon will be running at Landmark Pop-Uptown Gallery for the duration of July

Left to right: Kat Siemens, Savannah Browne and Susan J. Falk collaborated to create the Paris Salon exhibit, set to open next month. (Contributed photo)
Tribute band A Whole Lotta LED plays the music of Led Zeppelin at Donegal’s Irish House in Surrey on June 10. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

New sound system at Surrey’s Donegal’s bar also improves the aesthetics of live-band setting

‘This just makes sense,’ says sound pro who helped install the system

Tribute band A Whole Lotta LED plays the music of Led Zeppelin at Donegal’s Irish House in Surrey on June 10. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
“Hair Hang” aerialist Ashley Ojeda is featured in the Royal Canadian International Circus, at Cloverdale Fairgrounds this week. (Submitted photo)
“Hair Hang” aerialist Ashley Ojeda is featured in the Royal Canadian International Circus, at Cloverdale Fairgrounds this week. (Submitted photo)
Multicultural and multi-instrumental folk quartet Wheat in the Barley will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Semiahmoo Peninsula-based group with friends and long-time musical associates this Saturday (June 25) at the White Rock Elks Hall, 1469 George St. (Contributed photo)

Concert marks musical milestone for Semiahmoo Peninsula-based band

Wheat in the Barley celebrates 25 years of making folk music with a twist

Multicultural and multi-instrumental folk quartet Wheat in the Barley will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Semiahmoo Peninsula-based group with friends and long-time musical associates this Saturday (June 25) at the White Rock Elks Hall, 1469 George St. (Contributed photo)
Ryan Langevin in The Rocket Man, a stage show that features the music of Elton John. (Submitted photo)

All hits all night in Ryan Langevin’s return to Surrey with The Rocket Man/The Piano Man

Two-part tribute show to Elton John and Billy Joel at Bell theatre June 30

Ryan Langevin in The Rocket Man, a stage show that features the music of Elton John. (Submitted photo)
A free zumba workout is part of the fun of Surrey Fest, which returns to Holland Park on Saturday, June 18, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with live music by Reckless (Bryan Adams tribute), Mazacote and Cookin’ With Brass, food, games and more, in an annual event planned by Downtown Surrey BIA. See listing under Festivals. (File photo)
A free zumba workout is part of the fun of Surrey Fest, which returns to Holland Park on Saturday, June 18, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with live music by Reckless (Bryan Adams tribute), Mazacote and Cookin’ With Brass, food, games and more, in an annual event planned by Downtown Surrey BIA. See listing under Festivals. (File photo)
Yellow salmon paintings will be seen in front of every roadside drain throughout the City of Surrey this summer. (Contributed photo)

Surrey’s Salmon-painting challenge aims to teach public about water pollution

Competition encourages everyone to get involved in spreading the word about pollution affecting fish

Yellow salmon paintings will be seen in front of every roadside drain throughout the City of Surrey this summer. (Contributed photo)
Patrick Williams is a Langley-based musician and DJ. (Submitted photo)
Patrick Williams is a Langley-based musician and DJ. (Submitted photo)
Surrey-raised R&B duo Manila Grey, shown performing at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom in June, will headline the 2022 Surrey Fusion Festival. (Photo: facebook.com/manilagreymusic)

Surrey’s rising R&B stars Manila Grey to headline Fusion Festival 4 years after losing band contest

Annual showcase of music, food and cultures returns to Holland Park on July 23-24

Surrey-raised R&B duo Manila Grey, shown performing at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom in June, will headline the 2022 Surrey Fusion Festival. (Photo: facebook.com/manilagreymusic)
Global Peace Alliance BC Society works to biuld a world where peaceful co-existence is universally accepted in place of violence and prejudice. (Contributed photo)

‘End Racism, Build Peace’: Give Peace a Chance festival scheduled for October

Global Peace Alliance BC Society runs the festival annually with a contest that is now open

Global Peace Alliance BC Society works to biuld a world where peaceful co-existence is universally accepted in place of violence and prejudice. (Contributed photo)
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Mansion makes a splash with innovative pool/nightclub space managed by Surrey’s Prasad

Dancing, pool parties, live shows and more at Paradox Hotel’s nightlife venue

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