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Starting September 19.

Question & Answer Sessions with SS/WR NDP candidate Stephen Cozier will be held every Thursday 7:00-8:00pm at his constituency office:

unit #120, 1702 152nd St. in Semihamoo Mall. Everyone welcome.





For more information on each artist participating in the tour this year you can visit our website at 




A number of environmental groups will come together in Peace Arch Park on September 21 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Titled ‘One Planet – A Future to Look Back on,’ the event is to feature guest speakers, music, and a pot-luck lunch. Guests are invited to bring a dish.

The event is registered with, which an environmental group, and is part of the Sept. 21-27 International Week of Action for the Planet.



Attend the official White Rock pier reopening

SatrudaySeptember 21 noon - 3 p.m.

Ceremony takes place at the actual white rock on the beach.


Wine Release Party

Sunday September 22 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


#150-19266 - 22nd avenue Campbell Heights / South Surrey

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Tickets for the White Rock Craft Beer Fest are now on sale:…

Taking place Sept 21 in Memorial Park enjoy an afternoon with these great breweries:
- 3 Dogs Brewing
- White Rock Beach Beer Company
- Persephone Brewing Company
- Steel & Oak Brewing Co.
- Moody Ales
- Lighthouse Brewing Company
- Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks
- Foamers' Folly Brewing Co.
- Red Racer Brew
- Naramata Cider Co.
- Container Brewing
- Altitude Beer Co

Big thanks to presenting sponsor Leah Chandler, Real Estate Specialist & the White Rock BIA & 3 Dogs Brewing for hosting!

Tickets are $30 and include a tasting glass & 3 tokens (each token= a 4oz taster). Additional tokens are $2!

Must be 19 years of age or over to attend. Event will be held rain or shine. All sales are final; no refunds, no exchanges. Participating breweries are subject to change without notice.

See more details here:



This September 20, I will be put behind bars at Crime Stoppers’ Jail & Bail in Surrey. I need to raise $2,000 in bail money (donations) to Crime Stoppers in support of their anonymous tip-line and various programs. All the money donated is fully tax deductible (you get a receipt).

Click below to see my Wanted Poster, my Warrant, my ridiculous crimes - and how you can help me make bail and regain my freedom!





l- r Joel Poulin (People’s Party of Canada); Beverly Pixie Hobby (Green); Gordie Hogg (Liberal); Kerry-Lynne Findlay (Conservative); and Stephen Crozier (New Democrat).

Oct. 4 at 6:30 p.m. in the Star of the Sea Hall (15262 Pacific Ave.).

October 09 Gracepoint Community Church at 7 p.m

October 10 Semiahmoo House (15306 24 Ave.) 6:30 - 9 p.m.

Oct. 16 White Rock Community Centre, at 15154 Russell Ave., beginning at 7 p.m.


Annual Soup Bowl Fundraiser for the Arts

Soup Bowl Fundraisers have been a fun way to bring the community together since the 1970’s. 

Semiahmoo Arts Society will be hosting this event again this year to raise money to upgrade our Art Gallery and Exhibition spaces and implement set gallery hours. 

How it works:

- Choose your favourite handmade pottery bowl.

- Fill your bowl with delicious soup made by local restaurants.

- Eat, Drink, be merry.

- Take your handmade pottery bowl home with you.

Date And Time

Sat, 5 October 2019

5:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT

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South Surrey Recreation and Arts Centre

20 Avenue 

Surrey, BC V4A 9P5 

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October 5th - 7PM
14615 16th Ave
(White Rock SDA Church, corner of 16th and 146th)

Thanks to everyone who made our last event a SUCCESS!!

What is a White Rock Live! A Family Friendly Event.
It is an evening focused on bringing people together in a fun and casual environment; to build friendships & deepen relationships through meaningful & engaging conversations. It’s about getting out and socializing at a real event, with real people, real communication, and real creative insight. It’s about learning to understand each other. It’s about living, loving, laughing, learning and maybe even crying together.

How does it work?
White Rock Live! is modelled after the popular PechaKucha 20x20 events now active in over 1,000 cities around the world, where pre-arranged speakers share a topic of their choosing in the PechaKucha 20x20 format. Each presenter shows 20 images, each for 20 seconds, with each image advancing automatically as they talk, for a total speaking time of 6 minutes 40 seconds.

What are the topics?
That’s the beauty of it – presentation topics can range from personal to funny, from the unexpected to the very different … like a “box of chocolates you never know what you will get".
What else?
There will be time to socialize, eat, swap stories, make new friends, meet the speakers, ask questions, and hopefully come away from the evening inspired and uplifted.

Is there a cost?
Admission and intermission refreshments are free. Seating is first come, first seated. We heartily welcome donations toward event costs and the sponsor’s youth training programs. We like to receive freely and give freely--join us in that experience!

Spread the Word
Invite your family, friends, neighbours and community members!

All are welcome – the more the merrier.



Our club has decided to support the playground redevelopment at two White Rock Elementary Schools - The White Rock Elementary and Peace Arch Elementary. We will organize fundraiser events to meet the financing gap in the funds required for this project. We will be working in partnership with the Sources Foundation and the PACs of the two schools. The City of White Rock is our Sponsor with the Peace Arch News as our Media Sponsor. Our first fundraiser event is the Brand New Great Turkey Run scheduled for October 6, 2019. Run/Walk routes are being worked out. Our online payment and registration modules are currently under development and we should be on-line in the first week of August.


Share Your Immigration Story with the Museum!

Did your family immigrate to Canada by train? Did they come through White Rock?

This fall, we are already hard at work preparing for next summer. We hope to build an interactive exhibition that explores the experience of coming to Canada on the train, via White Rock in 1910-1930.

What was it like to immigrate to a new country? What were the expectations of the Canadian government? Who was let into Canada, and who not? Are these questions as relevant today as they were 100 years ago? We will explore these ideas, and many more.

We would love to hear from you. If you have a family member that you know came to Canada via White Rock's train customs port, please get in touch.

Don't know the story? No problem! Even if you just know your family member's name, we can still find out a lot using only that. We hope to hear from you!

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