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Oliver Park playground celebrated

South Surrey's newest park now has a new playground.

City of Surrey officials are to mark the occasion Saturday (July 14), with welcoming remarks and a ribbon cutting at Oliver Park, 15959 28 Ave.

Located between 27 and 28 Avenues just west of 160 Street, Oliver Park features a large stand of native forest, a short walking loop for seniors who live in a nearby development, as well as a more extensive gravel path network.

The playground includes climbing walls, an open grass playing area and equipment for both younger and older children.

Saturday's event is to include live music, face painting and a bouncy castle, as well as speeches. Set for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., everyone is welcome.

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