Surrey Urban Mission is welcoming the public up to Whalleywood this weekend.

Get set for ‘Whalleywood’

First party of its kind takes place in North Surrey this weekend.

The public is invited north to enjoy the first-ever Whalleywood Street Festival.

It will be held at the corner of 108 Avenue and King George Boulevard outside Aaron’s Furniture Store and the Surrey Urban Mission.

The Festival takes place on Saturday, Aug. 17 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. with food, music, face painting, games for children, and  a variety of local merchants showcasing their wares. An array of stores and interesting little boutiques are situated within a few blocks of King George Boulevard and 108 Avenue.

Jamaican food and music, spring rolls, hot dogs and popcorn will also be for sale.

Come out  for a few hours, wander down the street, and meet some of the neighbours.

If you are interested in gardening, check out the community garden and find out how you can get involved. For information and or to book space on Saturday, contact


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