The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walking fundraiser that raises money for the hungry, homeless and hurting in over 80 communities across Canada on Saturday, February 21st, 2015. In BC alone, there are 19 registered walks, each supporting organizations and services in their own communities. Coldest Night of the Year Walk Scheduled […]
Archive of posts tagged "whalley"
Whalley’s Corner Community Festival will take place during the city-wide Surrey Doors Open event on Saturday, June 21st. 1930s & 1950s: Whalley’s Corner. Surrey Archives F83-0-0-0-0-0-0-2 & F83-0-0-0-0-0-0-33. Ever wonder why the northwest corner of Surrey became known as Whalley? You can find out by participating in Surrey Doors Open event on Saturday, June 21 […]
I was recently contributing photos to Tourism Surrey’s Flickr Group and selected several of the images I took while on a photowalk in Whalley with my sister and my nephews. The boys were in Little League and so we had walked around the ballparks and then over to the recreation centre. Captured in many of […]
The following is a guest post by DaveO – you can catch a multitude of links to hise various projects on his website and more video on his Blip channel. All my hipster/greenie/crunchy/urbane pals were all bound for the luminary, venerable Vancouver Folk Fest this past weekend. I turned down extra tickets, rumoured media passes, […]
We’ll be heading out to Surrey again for some of this evening’s performances at Fusion Festival which will run from 11:00am until 8:00pm in Holland Park. All photos by John Bollwitt, check out his entire Fusion Festival collection on Flickr Leave the car at home as this is easily accessible from Surrey Central or King […]
Last night the Fusion Festival kicked off in Surrey’s Holland Park with dusk performances and all anticipating this morning’s events, concerts, food, crafts and activities. Day two of the Fusion Festival will be going strong until 10:00pm tonight. All photos by John Bollwitt, check out his entire Fusion Festival collection on Flickr Tomorrow things will […]