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November Audition Notice - A Comedy of Tenors

The White Rock Players’ Club is excited to announce auditions for A Comedy of Tenors!

Audition dates are Monday, November 19 and Monday, November 26, 7-9 PM at the Coast Capital Playhouse (1532 Johnston Road, White Rock)

Performance dates are February 6 – 23, 2018 at the Coast Capital Playhouse in White Rock.

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20th Annual Business Excellence Awards
It's that time of year to recognize the excellence of our local businesses and business people in the South Surrey & White Rock community as part of the Chamber's 20th Anniversary Business Excellence Awards. Nominate a business or person you admire and believe has raised the bar in the work that they do or the contribution they make. It can be your clients, associates, suppliers, favourite restaurant or shops, community leaders, friends, family or yourself - and all it takes is a minute of your time!

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White Rock Social Justice Film Society

Next film Friday November 30, 2018

White Rock Community Centre




* singers * actors * poets * musicians 
* dancers * storytellers * comedians 
* magicians * impressionists * whatever!


THE DRAMA CLASS 15240 Thrift Avenue

November 25 Sunday 7:00 p.m.

December 30 Sunday November 7:00 p.m.Join us to enjoy 15% off all regular priced items while you take in our displays of festive eats & treats! 

Portion of event sales go to your local foodbank.

The event is all day long on December 1st, but EVENT TIMES MAY VARY BY LOCATION, please check in-store or online for your locations operation hours.



A giant temporary Ferris wheel will be the main attraction in downtown Vancouver beginning next week.

A 60-foot ride will one of the many highlights at the Aurora Winter festival, the five-week holiday extravaganza that will transform Vancouver’s Concord Pacific Place – from November 23 to December 30 

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Surrey Tree Lighting Festival November 24 - 7 p.m.

Surrey Civic Plaza/City Hall - Whalley

Free family event offers holiday market and lighting of 58-foot Christmas tree

Surrey, B.C. | Residents and visitors are invited to celebrate the start of the holiday season at the Surrey Tree Lighting Festival taking place Saturday, November 24 between noon and 7 p.m. at Surrey Civic Plaza. The lighting of the 58-foot tall Christmas tree-adorned with giant holiday decorations, lights and a star tree-topper-will be aired live on CTV Vancouver at 6:30 p.m.




Twins Cancer Fundraising is back at it for the 3rd annual RAD SANTA event with our friends at Potters Nursey on 192nd!

Bring the kids by for a photo with the big guy from 5pm - 8pm, or bring the dogs & cats for your family photos from 4pm - 5pm.

Santa will be posing for photos in the fully decorated OUTDOOR rustic shed so please dress accordingly! We will have hot chocolate, coffee and plenty of snack by donation along with gifts to purchase for the kids at Canuck Place Childrens Hospice if you are feeling the Christmas spirit!

Our lines move quickly, but please remember to dress warm!

All proceeds from this event will go to Canuck Place Childrens Hospice Abbotsford. 

See you all on Nov 30th!



Join us to enjoy 15% off all regular priced items while you take in our displays of festive eats & treats! 

Portion of event sales go to your local foodbank.

The event is all day long on December 1st, but EVENT TIMES MAY VARY BY LOCATION, please check in-store or online for your locations operation hours.





Celebrate the Book Launch of "Potlatch as Pedagogy"

Tuesday November 20 - 5 - 7 p.m.

STY-WET-TAN Great Hall UBC 1985 West Mall


The Office of Indigenous Education & the UBC Faculty of Education Invite You to Celebrate the Book "Potlatch as Pedagogy."

Inspired by Haida ceremonial practice, father and daughter present a model for learning that is holistic, relational, practical, and continuous.

In 1884, the Canadian government enacted a ban on the potlatch, the foundational ceremony of the Haida people. The tradition, which determined social structure, transmitted cultural knowledge, and redistributed wealth, was seen as a cultural impediment to the government’s aim of assimilation.

The tradition did not die, however; the knowledge of the ceremony was kept alive by the Elders through other events until the ban was lifted. In 1969, a potlatch was held. The occasion: the raising of a totem pole carved by Robert Davidson, the first the community had seen in close to 80 years. From then on, the community publicly reclaimed, from the Elders who remained to share it, the knowledge that has almost been lost.

Sara Florence Davidson, Robert’s daughter, would become an educator. Over the course of her own education, she came to see how the traditions of the Haida practiced by her father—holistic, built on relationships, practical, and continuous—could be integrated into contemporary educational practices. From this realization came the roots for this book.

Conversation with authors:
Sara Florence Davidson, PhD, is a Haida educator and scholar. She has worked as an educator with adolescents in the K-12 system for close to a decade in both British Columbia and Yukon Territory. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Teacher Education Department at the University of the Fraser Valley where she works with teacher candidates to bring Indigenous content, perspectives, and pedagogies into their classrooms.

Robert Davidson is one of Canada’s most respected and important contemporary artists. A Northwest Coast native of Haida descent, he is a master carver of totem poles and masks and works in a variety of other media as a printmaker, painter and jeweler. He is also a leading figure in the renaissance of Haida art and culture. Robert Davidson is best known as an impeccable craftsman whose creative and personal interpretation of traditional Haida form is unparalleled.

To RSVP to this free event please email
Light refreshments will be provided.





Mark your calendars. The annual Christmas Boat Light Parade hosted by the International Yacht Club of BC will take place on Saturday December 1st. Boat will turn on their lights at 5:30 pm in front of the White Rock pier and do two passes. Best viewing is at the end of the pier.





The CP Holiday Train is coming to Maple Ridge on December 17th!

The CP Holiday Train program launched in 1999 and has since raised more than C$14.5 million and gathered 4.3 million pounds of food for communities along CP's routes in Canada and the United States.

🚂 Admission is free however please bring donations and non-perishable food items for the food bank if you can.

🚂 Located at the train tracks across from the Billy Miner Pub. 

🚂 Performances by: Sam Roberts Band, Kelly Prescott and Tracey Brown

Come for the weekend and enjoy Christmas and winter season along Scenic7BC.

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Escape the holiday hustle bustle with an old-fashioned Christmas.  Enjoy the Victorian decorated Christmas tree, live music, crafts and tasty treats from the wood burning stove.

New this year! The man in the big red suit will be taking present request and posing for photos in the barn from 12:30-2:30pm.

Arrive early to get your rustic, authentic Christmas photo.

Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Rd

Date & Time:
December 8, 2018 
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM








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