Tom Zillich

Surrey’s ‘Rising Star’ jazz musician to swing at Fort Langley fest this summer

Julian Borkowski, 19, earns scholarship and concert slot at town’s late-July event

‘A Dream is to Write’ talk with Surrey author who wrote her first book at age 76

Doreen Brust Johnson will speak at Surrey Art Gallery’s ‘First Thursday’ event in June

‘Songwriters’ Circle’ in Surrey with keyboardist Kendall

Roland company facility, near King George station, to host event May 28

Guildford Park Sabres roar in Surrey as school ultimate teams shoot for provincial championships

Discs to fly at Newton Athletic Park for senior teams from across B.C., followed by juniors

Surrey restaurants featured in new ‘Dine the Line’ culinary-tour campaign

Promo highlights restaurants and pubs located along the Millennium, Canada and Expo transit lines

Surrey’s festival for kids features award-winning shows for three days in May

The 15th annual fest includes seven tickets performances at Bear Creek Park and Surrey Arts Centre

Net gain of one ice sheet in Surrey means realignment, ‘new opportunities’ and growth: report

New three-sheet arena built in North Surrey will create additional 75.25 hours of ice per week

One pull at a time, Surrey’s Marlon Hicks muscled his way to a career as armwrestling champion

The Cedar Hills-area resident hits on a business idea to teach armwrestling to others

Maliha up next in comedy series at Elements Casino

Vancouver-based comedian performs in show presented by Fraser Valley Comedy

Driverless shuttle project in Surrey/Vancouver loses Smart Cities Challenge

$50M in funding was up for grabs in Canada-wide competition

Heritage Rail rides in Surrey start for another spring/summer season

Five round-trip departures on Saturday/Sunday from Cloverdale to Sullivan and back

It was a SASSY night in Surrey for seven award winners

Local youth recognized during ninth annual event held at Surrey Arts Centre

Surrey sport groups make united pitch for covered training facility at Cloverdale Athletic Park

With council approval needed, the project aims to keep players dry and also grow participation

Funding of $2.5m to get more ‘under-represented’ kids playing sports, Horgan says in Surrey

National racewalking champ says KidSport BC program ‘revolutionized’ her life

Comedian who uses wheelchair needs portable ramp to live his dream of touring

To eliminate accessibility issues, a ‘Ramp for Ryan’ comedy fundraiser to help White Rock’s Lachance

Three of Surrey’s outdoor pools are set to open for spring swims

The city’s five other outdoor pools won’t open for another six weeks

Young performers are sought for summer events in Surrey City Centre

BIA-hosted events include Surrey Fest, on June 15 at Holland Park

Surrey Arts Organizations Round Table planned in Newton

Arts council-hosted event in June to include panel of arts and cultural leaders in Surrey

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