With Mother’s Day coming up on Sunday and some exciting local events for all ages, there are plenty of things to do in the Fraser Valley this weekend.
From exploring your artistic side to the great outdoors and science to high tea and brunch with loved ones, there’s no excuse for anyone in your clan to utter those two little words: “I’m bored!”
So get out there, explore all the great activities, events, hidden gems and hot spots that the Fraser Valley has to offer, meet some fellow Valleyties and have tons of fun.
Looking for something to do for Mother’s Day? Check out what’s happening HERE.
Explore a Hidden Gem
Aldergrove Telephone Museum & Community Archives
Dating back to 1921, this restored BC Telephone Company building, located at 3190 271 St. in Aldergrove, is home to the Aldergrove Telephone Museum & Archives. The highlight of this little piece of Fraser Valley history is its step-by-step switch display, which demonstrates how an antique switchboard would process a phone call. The facility is also home to other historical telecommunication equipment, including telegraph equipment, linesmen equipment, telephones and switchboards. It’s open Thursday to Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 604-857-0555.
Explore a Hot Spot
Bear Creek Park Train & Mini Golf
Treat the kids to a ride on Eddy the Engine at Bear Creek Park, and take in a game of mini-golf on the neighbouring course afterwards. This park, located at 13750 88 Ave., also offers a playground, running track and water park.