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Motorcycle show set for Morgan Crossing

Those heading to Morgan Crossing Sunday afternoon can expect to find family friendly activities, live performances and an appearance by the Green Men.

The festivities are all part of the second annual Morgan Crossing Motorcycle Show, scheduled for June 4 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Shops at Morgan Crossing, 15765 Croydon Dr.

The show will also feature a live performance by the Sutton Brothers, contests and prizes, a barbecue from Hot Rod Smokies and a beer tent.

Players from the Surrey Eagles will be on hand to sign autographs and take pictures.

Canucks “super fans” the Green Men will also be making an appearance to hand out some of their Green Men Gear.

“We received such a tremendous response from the community after the show last year that we decided to make it into an annual event,” Leigh Ann Smith, marketing and events co-ordinator for the Shops at Morgan Crossing, said in a release.

“Morgan Crossing is a beautiful new community – one that we want people to come and discover for themselves.”

Proceeds will benefit the White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society.

“We’re delighted that the Shops at Morgan Crossing have become one of our community partners,” the society’s executive director, Yvon Thibeault, said. “Thanks to our partners’ generous support, we’re able to provide free, compassionate hospice care to individuals and families in White Rock and South Surrey who are facing advanced illness, grief and end of life.”

 

For more, visit www.theshopsatmorgancrossing.com

 

 

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