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Surrey opens its doors to hula lessons – and more

  - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
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Denise Suliman and the dance group 'Hulala,' composed of members of the Newton Seniors Centre and the Fleetwood Recreation Centre, teach Hawaiian dancing to visitors at the Newton Seniors Centre during the Surrey Doors Open event on June 21.

Surrey Doors Open involved 48 sites that were open to the public, allowing residents to be tourists in their own city – parks, places of worship, arts and recreation centres, universities and historic and architectural sites.

At the Cloverdale Legion, a tank crushed a car as part of a demonstration by local cadet groups.

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