Christmas movie screening

Are you planning to go downtown to watch Surrey’s Santa Parade of Lights?

Head down on the early side to grab a bite and even take in a movie matinee.

The historic Clova Cinema in downtown Cloverdale presents a special holiday screening of Deck the Halls, starring Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick.

The Sunday, Dec. 5 afternoon matinee – doors open at 3:30 p.m., movie starts at 4 p.m. – is an annual presentation.

It’s Gammer real estate’s third annual client family appreciation day, so admission is by donation. Be sure to bring a tin of tuna or cash donation for the Surrey Food Bank.

There’s limited seating available, so please RSVP to manny@gammer.ca by Nov. 26.

Glee fans take note: among the star-studded cast is Canadian Corey Monteith, who plays the boyfriend of Mathhew Broderick’s character in the show.

The Calgary born actor played “Madison’s Date” in the film. He now plays Finn Hudson in the acclaimed series Glee.

After the movie, check out the decorations in and around Hawthorne Square.

Some of the decorations were originally props used by the Deck the Halls production which filmed several scenes along 176 Street.

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