Lighting Up the Season

Celebrate the holidays by enjoying the fascinating light display designed by local truck drivers.

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The Big Rigs for Kids – Lighted Truck Parade will be coming back to Downtown Surrey in December for the sixth year in a row. Surrey’s John White, editor of Pro-Truckers Magazine predicted the community would love watching seemingly plain semi-trucks turn into beautiful representations of the holiday season. With his hard work, his vision came true; over the past few years the Lighted Truck Parade has become a staple for many Surrey families.

On Sunday, December 6th, these spirit filled big rigs will parade down University Drive covered in strings of lights. The trucks will be stopping in front of the City Centre Library for all onlookers to enjoy, from around 6:45 PM until just after 8 PM. Truckers spend hours decorating their vehicles, picking out the lights, creating a thoughtful design and finishing the tiny details. The trucks will twinkle no matter the weather, so you can admire them in rain or shine.

Not only can you appreciate the downtown core sparkling in hundreds of little lights, but you can also experience the live music and face-painters in the Civic Plaza at this family friendly event. The North Surrey Lions Club will be selling hot chocolate and hot dogs to help keep you warm.

Be sure to arrive by at 6:30 so that you don’t miss out on all of the action! Please note that the Surrey Christmas Bureau and Food Bank will also be onsite, and all attendees are encouraged to participate in the season of giving by bringing donations.  Celebrate the holidays by enjoying the fascinating light display designed by local truck drivers.

For further information 604.580.2321

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