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Cloverdale in the 1920s

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Nostalgic Programs Offered Two Ways

Take a look at the City of Surrey from a new perspective by registering for an existing program or inviting one of our staff to speak at your next function.

Public Programs

All programs cover a range of topics, all with photos and documents that tell the story of Surrey's roots.  All programs are 13yrs+ and generously sponsored by the Friends of the Surrey Museum and Archives Society. There are two easy ways to register:

  • Web Reg is available 24/7. Use the program name or the program number to find the program.
  • Call the Surrey Archives, Tuesday to Saturday, at 604-502-6459 for information and to register.

Surrey in the 30s (4615765)
November 10 from 11am to 12:30 at the Cloverdale Library
Travel back in time to Surrey of the 1930s. Archival photos, maps and reminiscences help to unearth a decade marked by limited resources but an abundance of innovation, perseverance, and community advancement.

Outreach Programs

Are you looking for a speaker? Multimedia presentations delivered by qualified staff from the Surrey Archives include historic photos, audio and more. They are suitable for schools, rotary clubs and retirement homes. Contact us at 604-502-6459 or archives@surrey.ca for more information and to book. Topics include:

  • Capturing the City: Surrey 2000
  • Cloverdale: A Photo History
  • Roy Houghton's Surrey
  • Surrey's First 50 Years
  • Surrey 1914 to 1918
  • The Sixties in Surrey

Cost - $80