May 23

Newton Talks

Do you have questions and concerns about what’s happening in the Newton Town Centre? Looking for a chance to connect with other businesses and organization in the town centre? Newton Talks is just the thing for you!

Newton Talks is a monthly networking forum for Businesses and Community to establish a voice for Newton that improves business opportunities, revitalize the area, and creates a sustainable future for the community. Each month the discussion will focus on a different area of concern.

Open to the Community. Breakfast will be provided.

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Join us for the May Newton Talks, facilitated by Don Luymes from the City of Surrey. He will be going over the Official Newton Town Centre Community Plan, followed up by a open forum for you to bring up your concerns.

Space is limited. Register early!

Event Details

  • Fays Family Restaurant, King George Boulevard, Surrey, BC, Canada
  • Free
  • May 23, 2017
  • Event RSVP

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