Fun times ahead on Canada Day long weekend at historic Stewart Farmhouse. (Photo: City of Surrey)

Fun times ahead on Canada Day long weekend at historic Stewart Farmhouse. (Photo: City of Surrey)

Ever seen a Calithumpian noise-making parade?

You’ll get your chance at the Dominion Days Festival at Surrey’s historic Stewart Farm.

Ever seen a Calithumpian noise-making parade?

If not, you’ll get your chance at the Dominion Days Festival at Surrey’s historic Stewart Farm.

The festival is being held July 1st and July 2nd, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on both days.

Organizers expect it to be the “largest, most action-packed” event the farm house has staged to date.

“Both days, any time you come, you can expect a party,” said curator Jerrilin Spence. “The grounds are vast enough that we can also expect families to bring their picnic blankets and experience a true old-school festival.”

There’s also be musicians, dancers, children’s entertainers, food trucks, “celebratory cupcakes,” Victorian-era lawn games, a dunk tank, face painting and more.

The Stewart Farm is located at 13723 Crescent Road.

tom.zytaruk@surreynowleader.com