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News mentions 2017

  November Road through Hawthorne Park approved via Alternative Approval Process Construction will begin in January despite public pressure to drop the project (December 4, 2017) "He [Pettigrew] speculates that the City of Surrey will likely use the same process with Green Timbers Park, where another road has been slated for construction." http://runnermag.ca/2017/12/road-through-hawthorne-park-approved-via-alternative-approval-process/   COLUMN: [...]

By |2018-01-09T16:29:50+00:00January 9th, 2018|Apres' Events, News & Events|Comments Off on News mentions 2017

Artist Call for Expressions of Interest

Artist Call for Expressions of Interest ‘Old Yale Wagon Road’ Heritage Art Feature Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre Green Timbers Heritage Society/ Fraser Health Authority Project Budget $30,000 DEADLINE 4:00 PM FRIDAY AUGUST 17TH 2012 QUOTE # 08-2012-01 Read More >>>

By |2016-11-29T04:48:13+00:00June 12th, 2012|Apres' Events|Comments Off on Artist Call for Expressions of Interest

Surrey Wins $2 Million Federal Cultural Capital Award – ‘News Release, June 25, 2007’

  Russ Hiebert and Minister of Heritage Bev Oda at the award presentation   Surrey Wins $2 Million Federal Cultural Capital Award (Surrey, BC) - Local MP Russ Hiebert today joined Mayor Dianne Watts and Minister of Heritage Bev Oda at the Surrey Arts Center where Surrey was designated the Cultural Capital of Canada for [...]

By |2016-11-29T04:48:16+00:00June 29th, 2007|Apres' Events|Comments Off on Surrey Wins $2 Million Federal Cultural Capital Award – ‘News Release, June 25, 2007’

Speaking for the trees – ‘The Surrey Leader – May, 21st, 2006’

More than 400 people visited the fourth-annual Green Timbers Arbour Day on May 13 to celebrate trees in the birthplace of reforestation in B.C.: Green Timbers Urban Forest. The event, held among the 1930 inaugural plantation and arboretum, was part of Surrey's ninth-annual Environmental Extravaganza, which involves more than 40 free events and educational programs [...]

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Pavement threatens park – ‘Now Newspaper September 29th, 2004’

Pavement threatens park - "Now Newspaper September 29th, 2004" by Ted Colley A prominent Surrey environmentalist fears the widening of Fraser Highway could cause the loss of 300 or more trees in Green Timbers urban forest. Peter Maarsman is president-elect of the Green Timbers Heritage Society, an organization created nearly 20 years ago to preserve [...]

By |2015-03-17T04:27:50+00:00December 10th, 2005|Apres' Events|Comments Off on Pavement threatens park – ‘Now Newspaper September 29th, 2004’

Green Timbers ‘is our Stanley Park’

Green Timbers 'is our Stanley Park' - "Now Newspaper Wednesday January 19th, 2005" - by Stacy Pavlov Have you ever wondered what type of interesting plant or mushroom you've spotted nestled in the forest floor or what animal is scurrying amongst the vegetation as you stroll the groomed paths in Green Timbers Park? Peter Maarsman [...]

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