Tourism Surrey 2011 Holiday Photo Adventure

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Tourism Surrey is once again encouraging one and all to explore holiday festivities and activities around the City of Surrey this season. They’re hosting a photo contest where you can upload any of your photos from the following events for your chance to win a new iPad2.

Christmas lights
Photo credit: davidvega on Flickr

Potters Christmas Store
19158 48 Avenue
Your Christmas shopping isn’t complete without a visit to Potters Christmas Store! Discover your holiday treasures at the largest Christmas store in Western Canada.

Historic Stewart Farm
13723 Crescent Road
Transport yourself to the Victorian Era, and enjoy an old-fashioned Christmas! Stop by during Heritage Christmas Weekends, the Christmas Open House, or for a night of carol singing.

Surrey Tree Lighting Festival
Central City Plaza
Surrey will shine brightly this holiday season! On December 3, this family event includes the annual tree lighting ceremony, fun winter activities, and headliner entertainment including a performance by Canadian recording artist Fefe Dobson!

Christmas Train
Bear Creek Park – 13750 88 Avenue
The Christmas Train at Bear Creek Park is a truly magical experience. See Santa and his reindeer up close on this enchanted holiday train ride!

The Lagerstrom’s Christmas Light Show
15466 91A Avenue
The countdown is on for Surrey’s ultimate Christmas light display! On December 3 at 6:30pm sharp, the Lagerstroms will switch the lights on, but the house will be illuminated until December 31.

Surrey’s Santa Parade of Lights
Cloverdale Town Centre
Santa Claus is coming…to Cloverdale! On December 4 at 5:00pm, he will be joined by lighted floats, marching bands, antique vehicles, horses and lighted trucks. Parade goers are encouraged to bring a toy or a non-perishable food item to support Surrey charities.

Surrey Eagles Teddy Bear Toss
South Surrey Arena
On December 18, hockey fans are invited to bring a small stuffed animal to throw onto the ice when the Eagles score their first goal. Take your photo with Winger, the energetic Eagles mascot.

Armstrong Creek Farm
4457 190 Street
Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh Christmas trees? Surrey’s very own Christmas tree farm offers everything from potted and u-cut trees to pre-cut trees and hand-made wreaths.

Central City Big Rigs for Kids
Holland Park
If you love trucks and fantastic lighting displays, then Big Rigs for Kids Lighted Truck Convoy will not disappoint! On December 4, the party starts at 6:30pm in the park and features face painting, food and live entertainment.

Tourism Surrey Visitor Centre
730 176 Street
Stop by the Surrey Visitor Centre in December and we’ll serve up some holiday cheer – along with hot apple cider. Don’t miss your chance to meet Dudley the Moose himself.

If you made it to any of these past events (like the tree lighting festival or the parade) or plan on heading out this week, be sure to submit your photos for your chance to win. You can upload images from as many locations as you like and each image give you an entry into the contest.

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