Whalley Little League has been a part of life in Surrey since 1956 and it has developed a legacy of excellence in the decades since. From the “Grandfathers of Baseball in the Lower Mainland” to winning 153 titles in four age categories, including 59 district pennants, 60 provincial championships, and 34 national crowns. Whalley Little […]
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Surrey Doors Open is happening on Saturday with dozens of local organizations, recreation centres, cultural institutions, and businesses opening their doors for free for public tours. In the heart of Downtown Surrey, the Whalley’s Corner Community Festival will be one of the free shuttle bus stops available during Surrey Doors Open. Whalley’s Corner Festival On […]
Be a tourist in your own town and discover what Surrey has to offer during Surrey Doors Open! From City Centre to Bear Creek, Newton to Cloverdale, sites and attractions will be open to the public with free admission for the day on Saturday, June 27th. In one day you can visit the Bear Creek […]
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 […]
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 […]