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Surrey Remembers

People paying respects in 2017

Surrey Remembers

Location:
Veterans Square, 17710 56A Ave

Date & Time:
November 11, 2019
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Contact:

604-592-6956

Category:
Heritage Kids and Family Seniors Youth

Community:
Cloverdale

Cost:
Free

2019-11-11 09:30:00 2019-11-11 13:00:00 America/Vancouver Surrey Remembers Pay your respects at Surrey Remembers. Veterans Square, 17710 56A Ave

Take in the Remembrance Day service at the Cloverdale Cenotaph in Veterans Square at 10:25am. After the ceremony, warm up with activities at both the Museum of Surrey and the Surrey Archives.

At Museum of Surrey

The museum foyer will open at 9:30am with free coffee and hot chocolate. Given the ceremony outside, the full museum will only be open from 12-1pm. A temporary exhibit by Steven Purewal will be set up in the foyer, highlighting the pivotal role that Sikh soldiers played in WW1.

10:25 - The ceremony begins in Veterans Square.

11:45 - ‘Canadian Nurses in War Time’ by Renée Saklikar and Ishbel Newstead. The poem-play, written by Surrey's former poet laurete, is an artistic response to an exhibit about Canadian nurses in war time. Research for the poem-play was by Ishbel Newstead, a dedicated volunteer with Museum of Surrey and Historic Stewart Farm.

12:30 - ‘Who Am I?’ by Adhel Arop. The film tells the story of Canadian model Adhel’s quest for identity as she reconciles with her mother’s past as a child soldier in South Sudan.

At Surrey Archives

The 1912 Hall will be open from 9:30am to 1:30pm. There will be a display of archival resources and artifacts in the reference room and a quiet colouring area for children.