Pulse of the City: Places To Go, Things To Do
Here are this week’s events for you and your friends and family to enjoy! Keep an eye out for the Pulse FM Street Team, powered by FREEWAY MAZDA.
Join the Shops at Morgan for their annual Lighting Things Up event! Go to the clock tower for 6pm and watch as they turn on the holiday lights at 6:15pm.
Everyone can enjoy a magical forest of lights, train rides, a visit from Santa, holiday crafts, festive treats and of course shopping from 6pm-9pm.
Bringing holiday cheer to the heart of White Rock the Christmas on the Peninsula celebration is centered at the White Rock Community center but there are activities throughout the city from 10am-6pm.
There will be a Christmas Parade, Christmas Market, Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Christmas caroling.
Get your pets primped and ready to get on Santa’s Good list at the Dog Utopia Daycare & Spa from 10am-2pm. Get Santa Photos for you and your pet, all pets are welcome too!
Dog nail trims by donation, refreshments, face painting, raffle prizes, multiple vendors & demonstrations, games for the kids, and more! Proceeds from the event go to the Semiahmoo Animal League!
You’re invited to the “Shell Busey Birthday Roast & Toast”, a 75th Birthday Celebration on Sat Nov 25th, 6pm at The Mirage Banquet Hall in Surrey! Dont miss this unforgettable event and fund raiser benefitting the Surrey Hospice Society. Get your tickets before they sell out at surreyhospice.com or by calling 604 584 7006. The Shell Busey Birthday Roast and Toast is proudly sponsored by 107.7 PULSE FM.
Don’t miss the City of Surrey’s Tree Lighting Festival on November 25th from 12pm-7pm at City Hall Plaza! We switch on the lights on the City of Surrey’s giant Christmas tree at 6:30pm! Enjoy the Holiday Fun Zone, Amusement Park Rides, Photos with Santa, and music by Canadian Star RUTH B! Proudly sponsored by 107.7 PULSE FM.
You’re invited to Langley’s First Annual Children’s Wish Breakfast in support of Langley Christmas Bureau from 6:30am-9:30am.
Join in this tremendous effort, to support hundreds of Langley families who would not otherwise be able to celebrate Christmas. Everyone who turns up between 6:30 am and 9:30 am to donate a new, unwrapped toy or to make a cash donation will be treated to a complimentary breakfast prepared by the Newlands culinary staff. The crowd will be entertained by local singers and musicians and a visit from Santa. Volunteers from the Langley City Fire Department and the Langley RCMP will be on hand to receive the toys on behalf of the Christmas Bureau.
Presented by Semiahmoo Arts the Get Reel Film Series program screens popular independent films regularly at the White Rock Community Center.
At 7pm they are screening OBIT directed by Vanessa Gould. A feature on New York Times’ writers who are responsible for creating obituaries for luminaries, icons, and world leaders of our day. Viewers are taken through their painstaking process, and we learn about the pressures accompanying a career spent shaping the story of a life.
Tickets are $10. 7pm-10pm