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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.


October 10 | 7-8:30pm | Fleetwood Library
The stories of women are often overlooked or hidden amongst the narratives of powerful men. Join the Surrey Archives in reading records against the grain to find the numerous and distinct contributions of local women to Surrey’s past. Barcode: 4684315.

The Written War

November 9 | 11am-12:30 | Museum of Surrey Theatre
Join the Surrey Archives as they sift through the documentary evidence of World War II. Photographs, diaries, correspondence and more will demonstrate how Surrey citizens and veterans experienced the Second World War from home and abroad. Barcode: 4684328.

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 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 - $86.15