Village Festival coming to Ocean Park

Three-day summer festival will run July 19-21 in South Surrey

A three-day festival of events planned for Ocean Park this month will offer something for just about every age group and taste.

The Village Summer Festival will start Friday, July 19 with an outdoor movie night presenting the animated Stone Age comedy, The Croods, in the Safeway parking lot at 16 Avenue and 128 Street, with pre-movie music by Diamond in the Rock Youth Talent Search winners, Alanna and Brianne, plus food, ice cream and popcorn vendors.

Saturday and Sunday (July 20-21, 10 a.m., to 4 p.m. both days) there will be a vendor market with food and entertainment, and live music by the Ministry of Misfits.

Activities on Saturday night (July 20) will feature a dance at Ocean Park Community Hall with The Sutton Brothers (tickets to the show are $25), while Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon there will be a pancake breakfast, classic vintage car show and shine and a golf-putting contest.

Just Posted

Hands Against Racism takes over Surrey City Hall

Event included music, dance; two people received awards

Surrey couple visits the Philippines each year to give back to wife’s former village

Nissa and Bob Clarkson give toys to children, provide medical-dental missions

Upbeat White Rock concert blends ecology, history

The Wilds and Tiller’s Folly raise ‘Voices for the Salish Sea’

South Surrey mother guilty of second-degree murder in death of daughter

Lisa Batstone ‘took seven decades of Teagan’s life’

Sparks fly as SUV speeds down wrong side of Highway 1 trying to flee RCMP

Captured on video, the vehicle headed westbound against oncoming traffic before crashing

VIDEO: Vancouver fall to Seattle in Game 2 of the playoffs

Thunderbirds topple the Giants 4-1 in Langley, evening the Western Conference series one game each

Calgary captain has 3 points as Flames torch Canucks 3-1

Giordano leads way as Alberta side cracks 100-point plateau

1,300 cruise ship passengers rescued by helicopter amid storm off Norway’s coast

Rescue teams with helicopters and boats were sent to evacuate the cruise ship under extremely difficult circumstances

B.C. university to offer first graduate program on mindfulness in Canada

University of the Fraser Valley says the mostly-online program focuses on self-care and well being

Province announces $18.6 million for B.C. Search and Rescue

The funding, spread over three years, to pay for operations, equipment, and training

Vancouver-bound transit bus involved in fatal crash near Seattle

One man was killed and a woman injured in crash with bus purchased by TransLink

Late-season wave of the flu makes its round in B.C.

BC Centre for Disease Control reported 50 per cent jump in flu cases in first weeks of March

Most Read

l -->