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On Saturday, October 22nd, at 10:30 a.m., local White Rock resident, Phil Harbridge will be supporting the inaugural White Rock Multiple Myeloma March at the the Bear Statute on White Rock Promenade. Phil himself has multiple myeloma, a little-known and incurable blood cancer, also known as myeloma. 

Every day, 11 new Canadians are diagnosed with myeloma. While myeloma is the second most common form of blood cancer, few people have ever heard of it. The reality is that the number of Canadians living with myeloma rises every year, underlining the urgent need for greater investment in, and access to, life-saving treatments and care.

Every year, we’re getting closer to finding a cure,” says Martine Elias, Executive Director of Myeloma Canada. “That’s why the funds raised at the White Rock March are so critical. They’ll help to keep myeloma research moving forward and to improve the lives of Canadians impacted by this devastating disease.”

Phil, his wife, and their fellows have set a fundraising goal of $10,000 to help further critical research for this deadly blood canceer.

For more information about the March, click here.

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Annual Gala set for November 5th at Hazelmere

Our gala theme this year is Frozen – A Winter Wonderland. We will be kicking off the frosty season in style and I invite you to join me in celebrating the beauty of winter as we set the stage to get an early glimpse of all things nice and iced. Let’s have some good laughs over frozen cocktails and enjoy some great music. We will be having dancing this year so bring your best dancing shoes!

The gala is sold out every year so I invite you to get your tickets as soon as you can. Here’s the LINK:

I am also happy to let you know that 50/50 raffle tickets for our Frozen – A Winter Wonderland annual gala is now available for purchase.

We’d like to generate as much excitement leading up to the event as possible (happening on November 5) so let’s get this cash pot going with your help! Even if it’s just $10 or you choose to opt into our $100 package, every dollar counts for us! Here’s where you can buy:



Join us Wednesday, October 12 for Celebrating Community Lunch at Alex House!

We will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a meal of glazed ham, mashed potatoes, roasted carrots with beets, pumpkin pie, and tea and coffee. Music will be provided by Dennis Peterson, and there'll be a Fun Facts quiz with prize!

Cost is just $12 ($10 if you're a member of Alex House). Registration required - contact or (604) 535-0015. Payment by cash or card at the door.







The Kent St coffee shop is back.

We are located inside the Kent St Activity Centre, 1475 Kent St at Russell Ave, White Rock. We will offer soups, sandwiches and baking along with our Frozen Meals and Soups.

We are open Monday through Friday, from 930-130pm for soups, sandwiches and baking 

and from 10-1pm for the Frozen Meals and Soups Mondays through Thursdays

We hope to see many of you again, it’s great to be back! 

Frozen Meals, Soups and Baking 


Soups …$6.00


If you are an artist or an arts and culture organization/business/non-profit and would like to participate in this event, click on the link to apply. 

Artists will be given honourariums.

Let's celebrate the arts!!!! 



Please be advised that the 4th level of the West Beach Parkade will close on Wednesday, Sept. 7 as the busy summer season ends. Visitors can park at the West Beach Parkade levels 1 to 3 everyday from 8 a.m. to midnight. 

Find more parking info at



Semiahmoo Bottle Depot

Unit 28 - 15515 24 Avenue, Surrey

(click here for list of items accepted)



(click here for local run information)


Christy Fox is with Steve Marsden  - Line Dancing New Location/ New Night

NOTE: Line Dancing continues Wednesdays at Legion 8 on Johnston Road.

LINEDANCING at the Elks Hall (Uptown White Rock/George Street)

Beginning Wednesday Sept 21st. 4-515

Beginner level $10 

Meetup to follow upstairs for a beverage and socializing. 

Dinner can be ordered in for those that wish 

No experience required. Come alone or with a friend 


Learn about the history of White Rock during six free sessions in Stewart Hall at the farm. Held weekly on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:15am from September 7 to November 16. Register at 604.501.5100.

re information on the upcoming 2022 elections, please visit their website


The First Annual White Rock Arts Festival is happening the weekend of October 22 & 23rd. Performers will be compensated by honorariums.

If you are an artist or an arts & culture organization/business and would like to participate in this event, please click on the button below to apply.







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