The Surrey Animal Resource Centre is offering behind-the-scene tours tomorrow as part of the annual Surrey Doors Open event. Citywide, 21 venues are participating. (File photo)

Doors Open tomorrow at seven South Surrey venues

21 locations across Surrey offering free behind-the-scenes look

Surrey’s sixth-annual Doors Open event takes place this Saturday, June 17, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Twenty-one venues across Surrey – including seven in South Surrey – are set to host free open houses, offering community members of all ages a behind-the-scenes look at the city’s culture, history, art and architecture.

On the Semiahmoo Peninsula, Doors Open sites are Elgin Heritage Park and Historic Stewart Farm (13723 Crescent Rd.), Semiahmoo Arts and the South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre (14601 20 Ave.), Semiahmoo Library (1815 152 St.), Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest (meet in the Wally Ross parking lot, on 24 Avenue, between 144 and 148 Streets) and the Surrey Animal Resource Centre (17944 Colebrook Rd.).

Each will offer activities ranging from entertainment to guided tours.

For more information on the event and other locations participating, visit

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