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Sunday December 16, 2018 from 12 noon to 4pm, all art will be from 20-30% off.

Choose from a number of Ronald Glowe's recent offerings. Give the gift of nature in the beauty of landscape

Highly collectible accomplished artist living in White Rock, from Winnipeg

Support local art, save art, art saves..

Ronald has a history of sales and acheivements.

Please bring your wonderful friends to this one day event

Doors open 12 noon to 5pm, Seventh Heaven Art & Beauty Salon, 12185 Crescent Beach BC

First come first serve..

We accept credit, debit and cash. Prices range from about $150 to $1500

See you there!

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Winnie The Pooh Christmas Tail

It's the 22nd anniversary of Surrey Youth Theatre Company and we are introducing a new holiday family tradition to the White Rock Community!

Since 1996, SYTCO has made an impact on hundreds of children and their families through musical productions and plays to experience live theatre.  We have added Storybook Theatre for the very young and now we hope to make this upcoming production a tradition!
Sytco is a supportive and safe place that teaches young people meaningful life skills, builds their self-esteem and fosters their creativity. As well, we prepare committed young people to continue their passion for live theatre.  We welcome children ages 9 – 17 to audition and be a part of the pre-professional theatre troupe.

A Winnie-the-Pooh Christmas Tail
by James W. Rodgers | Based on the books of A.A. Milne
Directed by Susan Pendleton.  Assisted by Marina Cyr.  Music accompaniment by Eldon McBride.
Produced by Peninsula Arts Foundation
December 15th   4:00 PM and 7:00 PM
December 16th   3:00 PM
White Rock Community Center  15154 Russell Avenue White Rock
Minimum donation fee of $ 5.00 per person







Stocking Stuffers for Seniors Program Helps Curb Loneliness and Isolation Among Seniors During the Holidays

London Drugs aims to support 15,000 elderly Canadians this holiday season

Richmond, B.C. - The holiday season is often a lonely time for many seniors, and London Drugs is working to change this through the annual Stocking Stuffers for Seniors donation drive. The Canadian retailer will help approximately 15,000 lonely, isolated, low-income or homeless seniors over the holIidays and socially isolated seniors are more at risk of negative health behaviours, have a higher likelihood of falls; and, have a four-to-five times greater risk of hospitalization.

Stocking Stuffers for Seniors is a customer-driven donation drive in which people can visit their local London Drugs, choose a tag from the tree that contains the personalized wish list of a local senior. The gifts are then delivered to the seniors before Christmas.


Celebrate A Life This Christmas

Missing a loved one this Christmas season? Stop by the Semiahmoo Shopping Centre and hang a paper dove (free of charge) on our Celebrate-a-Life Tree in remembrance of a loved one passed. If you choose to make a donation of $20 or more you will be gifted with a beautiful wooden or ceramic dove hand-made by local artists. Missing that special someone..... we are here to help.


A back-to-basics Christmas in South Surrey
Historic Stewart Farm offers classic holiday fun all season long

Take a step back in time at Historic Stewart Farm’s annual Christmas Open House on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This free family friendly annual event has become the site’s most anticipated event of the holiday season, offering live music, performances by the Re-enactors, crafts, tasty treats and a chance to meet and greet Saint Nicholas on his life-size antique sleigh (from 12:30-2:30 p.m.).
“Christmas is such a busy time for families, but here at the farm, it’s a place to press pause, connect with loved ones and enjoy a truly unique sensory experience,” said Jerrilin Spence, site curator.
“It goes beyond imagining what Christmas was like back in 1894 – you get to taste the fresh-baked cookies hot out of the wood stove, smell the local greenery on the verandah and hear the sounds of sleigh bells and singing.”
And for visitors of all ages, the event serves as a reminder that presence trumps presents.
“Singing carols, crafting decorations and making old-fashioned toys like families did 100 years ago helps today’s families to enjoy the season together in a simple, natural way,” said Spence.
While every day at the farm in December is a chance to escape the holiday mania, additional family friendly activities are scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. on the following days:

• Saturday, Dec. 15
• Sunday, Dec. 16
• Saturday, Dec. 22
• Sunday, Dec. 23
• Thursday, December 27
• Friday, December 28
• Saturday, December 29
• Sunday, December 30

The Historic Stewart Farm is located at 13723 Crescent Road in South Surrey. Site hours are Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 4pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 12-4 p.m. Admission is sponsored by Friends of Surrey Museum. For more information, call 604-592-6956 or visit


Choirs at City Centre Library Throughout December

Get into the spirit of the holiday season by enjoying choral singing at City Centre Library. Throughout December, a variety of choirs will be performing on the grand staircase, highlighting the inspiring acoustics architect Bing Thom designed into the Library.

Our Lady of Good Counsel Primary Choir
Thurs, Dec 6 11:00am

Our Lady of Good Counsel Intermediate Choir
Thurs, Dec 6 1:15pm

Kwantlen Park Glee Club
Sat, Dec 12 4:00pm

Princess Margaret
Mon, Dec 14 5:00pm

Immaculate Conception Delta Primary Choir
Sun, Dec 20 4:00pm


White Rock Panto


Help Keian’s Holiday Wish Toy Drive

......bring cheer to sick kids and their families

The Surrey RCMP is hoping to make the holidays a little brighter for sick kids and their families by inviting the public to come out and support the annual Keian’s Holiday Wish Toy Drive.

Between December 1st and December 15th, the Surrey RCMP will be accepting donations of cash or new, unwrapped toys for the BC Children’s Hospital and Canuck Place Hospice in memory of six-year old Keian Blundell, who was made an honourary member of the RCMP before he passed away from leukemia in 2014. Donations can be dropped off at Surrey RCMP’s Main Detachment or one of our four District Offices in Whalley/City Centre, Newton, Cloverdale and South Surrey (District 2 Guildford office remains closed until 2019).

Officers, staff, and volunteers will also be on site accepting donations on the following days and locations:

· Saturday, December 1st, 11am-3pm
Real Canadian Superstore
7550 King George Boulevard

· Saturday, December 8th, 11am-3pm
Real Canadian Superstore
14650 104th Avenue

· Saturday, December 15th, 11am-3pm
Real Canadian Superstore
2332 160th Street

Keian’s Holiday Wish Toy Drive began in 2012 when Keian Blundell, who had T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, was just five years old. Keian’s holiday wish was for every sick child to receive a gift during the holiday season. He lost his battle with leukemia in 2014, but his legacy lives on through this annual toy drive.




The CP Holiday Train is coming to Maple Ridge on December 17th!

The CP Holiday Train program launched in 1999 and has since raised more than C$14.5 million and gathered 4.3 million pounds of food for communities along CP's routes in Canada and the United States.

๐Ÿš‚ Admission is free however please bring donations and non-perishable food items for the food bank if you can.

๐Ÿš‚ Located at the train tracks across from the Billy Miner Pub.ย 

๐Ÿš‚ Performances by: Sam Roberts Band, Kelly Prescott and Tracey Brown

Come for the weekend and enjoy Christmas and winter season alongย Scenic7BC.

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