Christmas in Cloverdale: your festive guide to the holiday season

Your festive guide to the holiday season




We’re pleased to introduce our Christmas in Cloverdale special section, our annual guide to special events, family fun, shopping and more as Surrey’s historic town centre celebrates the arrival of the holiday season.

This year’s edition (20 pages) features all the details on Surrey’s Santa Parade of Lights, a favourite local event that lights up Main Street on Sunday, Dec. 6.

There’s also our annual Christmas Calendar of Events with suggestions for family-oriented fun and diversion, from concerts and choirs to pantomimes, craft fairs and more.

We’re bringing you terrific holiday reading from our very own contributing writers, who share their own memories and traditions. They also have some great ideas on how to inspire you to take time during this busy season to create special memories with your friends, family and neighbours.

– Jennifer Lang, editor

 

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