Seeing as how we’ll be spending Christmas in Surrey before heading out to Iowa to ring in 2009 here’s a link fest with a bit of Surrey flare.
Shelter beds are open in Surrey – to lend a hand call The Front Room (604) 589-7777 [Leader]
A third of re-planted trees in the extremely sensitive salmon habitat in Campbell Heights have been destroyed by off-roaders. Although if “Phase 1” of the project hadn’t been started in the first place, there wouldn’t be any damage to repair… and then get damaged again [Leader]
Pantomime at Surrey Arts Centre to benefit Surrey Food Bank and other local causes [Surrey Now]
Abbotsford is 2nd for car thefts in Canada and Winnipeg is number 1 [Abbotsford Times]. Not Surrey. I repeat, not Surrey.
Free talk series at the Surrey Nature Centre starting December 19th [Surrey]
Wednesday December 17th is Food Bank Day in Surrey [Surrey]
It’s a Lego Winter Wonderland at the Surrey Museum [Tourism Surrey]
Visit Guildford Town Centre’s Cookie Kitchen and their gift wrapping service is by donation, benefiting the Canadian Cancer Society
Penguins and Polar Explorers at the Historic Stewart Farm [Tourism Surrey]
Also, don’t forget the Bear Creek Park Christmas Train, a great, local alternative (or compliment) to Bright Nights in Stanley Park.