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.
Did you know the Surrey Board of Trade hosts weekly Business Networking Meetings at the Knight & Day Restaurant on King George Boulevard?
For a small fee ($20) , you can meet others in the Surrey business community also looking to network.
Their next events are on Thursday Feb 20 & 27, 2020.
Registration at 7:30am.
Formal Meeting 8am-9am.
Open Networking 9am-9:30am.
Location. PetSmart Store, Langley Bypass
Date/s. Saturday February 29 and Sunday March 1
Time. 11 am to 4.00 pm both days
All people, and their friends, and the children are more than welcome!
Give a cat a forever home:) We look forward to seeing you there!
New Entreprenuers & Business Owners (or ones looking to become one!) are invited to a free Business Marketing Workshop at Surrey City Central Library on Saturday Feb 29 2020 from 11am to 2:30pm.
Learn how to develop a business model,
assess your (SWOT) Strenghts-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats, and how to identify your target market and competitors.
Its free but you need to regiser in advance at eventbrite.com.
Hosted by the DIVERSEcity Immigrant Entrepreneur Program.
TEDx Bear Creek Park 2020, an independently organized TED event
is coming to the Bell Performing Arts Centre on Feb 29 2020.
15 compelling ideas to “Shift Your Thinking”.
4 fun energizers to get you moving
2 light refreshment breaks
1 fresh box lunch
+ Over 1000 opportunities for thoughtful conversations
Learn more at TEDxBearCreekPark.ca
This International Women’s Day, Saturday Feb 29th, 2020, celebrate the past and present of local “Women in Leadership” at the Surrey City Centre Library from 1:30pm to 4pm. (Room 120)
This free event will host the following panelists:
CEO of DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society
CEO of NISA Helpline
Minister of Mental Health and Addictions and MLA for New Westminster
MLA for Surrey-Green Timbers
1:30 PM Doors Open, light refreshments served
1:45 PM Event Begins
Did you that realize its “Restoration Saturday” this weekend in Surrey?
The Brooksdale Ebnvieonmental Center off 192nd Street and 16th Avenue in South Surrey is looking for volunteers to help them restore the wildlife habitat
in the Little Campbell River watershed.
This means… Replating different native species of plants, removing thee invasive ones.
It happens rain or shine.
Anyone can come out.
So dress for it- whether that be the rainboots, or your ballcap n&sunglasses.
They’ll provide everything u need from gloves, shovels, to clippers, and other equipment stuff.
Its a lot of fun & a great way to meet new people and help the environment.
Volunteers are meeting at 930 on Saturday morning March 7 at the front kiosk of thee
Brooksdale Envioronmental Centre in South Surrey.