39 companies welcoming the public for Surrey Doors Open 2015

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Ever wanted to get a look inside the building you’ve drove past a thousand times? Take a peek inside the local fire hall? The City of Surrey hopes to relieve a bit of that curiosity with Surrey Doors Open 2015.

Thirty-nine community institutions, companies and organizations are throwing their doors open on Saturday, June 27 and offering citizens a look at the beating heart of their community.

There will be guided tours, presentations, activities for kids, food and live entertainment.

Doors Open 2015 participants

  • BC Vintage Truck Museum
  • Bear Creek Community Church
  • Bear Creek Park Train
  • Christ Church and Cemetery
  • City Centre Library
  • Cloverdale Library
  • Cwenegital
  • Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino
  • Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association
  • Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society
  • Gurdwara Sahib Brookside
  • Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara
  • Historic Cloverdale Walking Tour
  • Honeybee Centre
  • Laxmi Narayan Mandir
  • Newton Library
  • Newton Cultural Centre
  • Newton Community Festival
  • RCMP City Centre/Whalley Office
  • Park Play Palooza
  • Newton Recreation Centre
  • St. Helen’s Anglican Church
  • St. Andrew’s Newton Presbyterian Church
  • Simon Fraser University (Surrey Campus)
  • Surrey Bahá’í Community
  • Surrey Arts Centre/Surrey Art Gallery
  • Surrey Archives
  • Surrey Fire Service No. 8 Cloverdale
  • Surrey City Hall
  • Surrey Centre Cemetery
  • Surrey Masters Martial Arts
  • Surrey Jamia Masjid
  • Surrey Historical Society
  • The Grove
  • Surrey Nature Centre
  • Surrey Museum
  • Whalley’s Corner Community Festival
  • Ukranian Orthodox Church of St. Mary
  • Tzu Chi Foundation Canada Surrey Office

Surrey Doors Open 2015

Where: Locations all over Surrey

When: July 27, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Price: Free

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