The Surrey Santa Parade of Lights will be returning to Cloverdale on Sunday, December 4th, at 4 PM. Make sure to bundle up and get ready for bright lights and holiday activities, to kick off the season.
Wrap up your presents extra early this year and shop local at the Clayton Holiday Marketplace, on December 3rd from 10 am – 5 pm, at the Clayton Community Centre. It’s a great way to celebrate with the community of local artisans and food vendors. The ambiance will be set by local musicians, free hot drinks from Your Story Coffee will be served, and you can even make a hand-dipped beeswax candle with event sponsor The Honeybee Centre.
Make sure to come bright and early as drinks and beeswax candlemaking is only available while supplies last!
In partnership with the stɑlə̓w̓ Arts & Culture Society, this holiday market is a great opportunity to shop for unique, local gifts. Find any type of gift including accessories, art, bath and body products, food, and jewelry. Happening on December 3rd, from 10 am – 4 pm, at the Museum of Surrey.
Make STEM even better with a holiday twist! Visit the Merry Makers for STEM activities and challenges at the Museum of Surrey – happening on Saturday, December 10th. It’s free for all and requires no registration, so drop in for some crafting fun!
Curious what the holidays in a Victorian home would have been like? Return to a classic Christmas at the Historic Stewart Farm, filled with all the festive decor. The event is free and a great activity for everyone in your group. Plus, every weekend before Christmas, there’s a new theme to experience – from exploring Victorian decorations to learning about homemade gifts, and holiday merrymaking and celebrations.
Cloverdale businesses and organizations are taking part in some friendly competition – a Christmas tree decorating competition! See the trees displayed at the Museum of Surrey throughout December and cast your vote for your favourite tree. (You’ll even get a chance to win a $100 Cloverdale shopping spree!).
Planning to stop by the museum? They’ll also be accepting new, unopened toys and non-perishable items for the Cloverdale Community Hamper.