CLOVERDALE RODEO: It’s rodeo weekend in Surrey and we want you to tell the story

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For families looking for fun: “Get Back to Country” at the 70th Annual Cloverdale Rodeo & 128th Annual Country Fair in Surrey from May 20 to 23.

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SURREY — For families looking to disconnect for a bit and recharge, the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair just might be the best way to do it this May long weekend.

“It’s a great experience. You buy the cheap cowboy hat and you can escape from the real world and become a cowboy for the weekend,” said Cloverdale Rodeo president Shannon Claypool.

SEE ALSO: By the Numbers: Surrey’s Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair

SEE ALSO: Skateboarding, fine art and other attractions at fairgrounds

CLICK HERE to visit Cloverdale Rodeo’s website.

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