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.

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