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  • Date:     Friday, June 10, 2016
    Time:   5 :30 pm – Registration
                 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm  –  Presentation
    Venue:   Room 120- Ground Floor, 

                   City Centre Library
                   10350 University Drive, Surrey, BC
    Parking Options:
    • Free parking available for 3 hours on the temporary surface parking lot on University Drive.View map to parking lot — Register license plate in library
    • Paid parking available beneath new city hall plaza — $1.50 per hour
    • Paid parking with direct access to the library from P1
     Transit:
    The Surrey Central Station is just a few minutes walk from the City Centre Library, and serves many bus connections plus SkyTrain. Please see TransLink’s Trip Planner for help planning your trip and the map for details of the different bus routes serving the station.
    Cycling & Bike Parking:
    There is a public bike rack outside the library on University Drive.
    For cycle routes to City Centre please see the City of Surrey’s Bike Route Map
    Thank you and looking forward to meeting some of your clients at the workshop.

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