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Pirates in the Park – Sea Festival 2014

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Published on Aug 31, 2014 White Rock Sea Festival, Pirates in the Park (65th year, 2014) It was the 65th celebration for the Sea Festival and the Kidz Zone in the beautiful Semiahmoo First Nation Park. Everything was awesome! With Capt’n Korki at the helm, and MC’d by Max Tell, the two day ‘green, free’ festival was one of the most memorable.It was a weekend of family festivity with amazing weather and an awesome turnout. Welcomed by JoAnne Charles, and our Mayor Baldwin, the little pirates and princesses paraded up Marine Drive along with the colourful band, Fanny Starchild and the Mystiques, to the beautiful Semiahmoo Park. On a hot august day, the protective shade and intimate atmosphere ignited in a spirit of festivity. The Semiahmoo Park is situated on East Beach and was graciously hosted by our Semiahmoo First Nation people, complete with a traditional salmon BarBQ. From a distance one could see the rolling hills, the magnificent old trees. One could see a big inflate able jumping castle, tents, and bubbles galore. The winners of the best pirate costume was picked by Mayor Baldwin, which he loved because it was a family of three generations. There was Ariel the Mermaid, the Teddy bear Picnic and march and continuous live entertainment for the children on the Spirit Stage throughout the day. Clowns, sounds, little pirates and princesses, mascots, magic, face painting, balloon twisting, petting zoo, hula hoops, and bubbles galore. Photos and production by Sherron Fairbairn, video by Ron Fairbairn and music by Vegari...

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Christmas on the Peninsula Festival-2011

Christmas on the Peninsula Festival-2011

Christmas on the Peninsula Festival-2011.mov Uploaded on Nov 28, 2011 Christmas on the Peninsula Festival in White Rock 2011. Even though the Festival had rain the people still came. White Rocks Best businesses showcasing the community and kids activities in our city by the sea. Photography and Slideshow by Sherron...

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White Rocks Caroling Clowns

White Rocks Caroling Clowns

White Rocks Caroling Clowns.mov Uploaded on Dec 24, 2011 In White Rock and South Surrey, Dec.22, 2011 local clowns, Korki, Sugar & BoBo transformed the community with merriment and Christmas music. The Christmas clowns visited Small Ritual Cafe, 4 Cats Art Studio, Coffee with Attitude, Leisure Services-Centennial Arena, Buy Low, Laura’s Fabric, White Rock Players’ Club, Morgan Crossing, Uptown Party, Peninsula Village, and the Semiahmoo Mall. Photos and slideshow – Sherron...

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PIRATES IN THE PARK – 2013

PIRATES IN THE PARK – 2013

White Rock “Spirit of the Sea Festival” | PIRATES IN THE PARK – 2013 Published on Oct 22, 2013 White Rock’s Spirit of the Sea Festival | ” Pirates in the Park”. Welcome to the Peninsula’s FREE – GREEN- FAMILY FUN event, beginning with a parade of families dressed up as pirates and princesses along Marine Drive at the EastBeach to the Semiahmoo Park where the activities, crafts and games continue with live music, clowns, and a fabulous salmon feast. ” Pirates in the Park” is an annual theme event held in the beautiful Semiahmoo Park, located just south of White Rock, British Columbia. This annual event is on the civic long weekend in August and is the official children’s area for the White Rock Spirit of the Sea...

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Car Rally at East Beach in White Rock, 2011

Car Rally at East Beach in White Rock, 2011

London to Brighton Commerative Run” at East Beach in White Rock. The White Rock, British Car Rally, November 6, 2011. A fabulous day to be at the beach and experience this special event. Thanks to Steve McVittie of “The Celtic Treasure Chest, British Imports”, to all of the participants, City of White Rock, White Rock BIA, Ocean Promenade Hotel. Sherron Fairbairn photographer and Slideshow presentation...

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Clown Wedding in White Rock, 2011

Clown Wedding in White Rock, 2011

White Rock Event- A Clown wedding with Sugar and Bobo in White Rock at the West Beach by the Rock and the pier. Photography and presentation by Sherron Fairbairn.

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