Visitors tour the BC Vintage Truck Museum in Cloverdale at the 2018 Surrey Doors Open. (Samantha Anderson)

VIDEO: Cloverdale opens its doors for annual community tours

Nine Cloverdale locations open to public for 2018 Surrey Doors Open event

Hundreds came through Cloverdale on Saturday to take part in the annual Surrey Doors Open event.

The nine Cloverdale venues included A&T Equestrian, Cloverdale Library, Fraser Valley Heritage Railway, Harness Racing BC, Honeybee Centre, Surrey Animal Resource Centre, Surrey Archives, Surrey Fire Service Hall No. 8, and the BC Vintage Truck Museum.FOR MORE: ‘Doors Open’ at Surrey venues Saturday, including 17 new ones

The inspiration for Surrey Doors Open stems from France, where the first Doors Open took place in 1984. The idea soon began to spread to neighbouring countries and has since expanded around the globe.



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The Surrey Animal Resource Centre had volunteers of all shapes and sizes on Saturday for the Doors Open event. (Samantha Anderson)

Jasper demonstrates his sniffing skills during a demonstration at the Surrey Animal Resource Centre at the 2018 Surrey Doors Open. (Samantha Anderson)

Jacob Stoochnow, 2, at Fire Hall No. 8 in Cloverdale during the 2018 Surrey Doors Open event. (Samantha Anderson)

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