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The South Surrey community's annual festival happens this Saturday, June 16, with heritage-related attractions at the hall at nearby venues. Family-friendly live entertainment is planned, including music and dance, plus an antiques "road show" event, food, clowns, face painting and more. New this year is the creation of a plus mascot called Ocean Park Eagle, on sale at the Cotton 'N' Crayon store. The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout the village, at 128th Street and 16th Avenue.