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Look forward to cultivating and celebrating creativity, filling your closet, and soaking up the sun in Arizona’s third-largest city. In Mesa, our bountiful harvest is one that we proudly share with our visitors throughout the year. Here, fresh experiences and a treasured heritage of family farms and long-standing festivals combine to create the Fresh Foodie Trail®. Serving as the culinary gateway to Greater Phoenix, the neighboring farms and Agritourism attractions in and around Mesa provide a continuous bounty of seasonal goods for visitors to enjoy. These popular foodie-driven experiences keep visitors coming back for more and can only be found in City Limitless®. Download the Arizona Agritourism Guide to see the stops along the trail and plan your tour now. Mesa, Arizona is neighbors to the Tonto National Forest and visitors to this desert oasis take advantage of being incredibly close to one of the nation’s largest playgrounds. Tonto is the fifth largest forest in the United States and one of the most-visited forests in the country. There are three lakes and two rivers in Mesa that allow for desert boating, paddleboarding, kayaking, and water skiing. Head to the Outdoor Exploration itinerary and Adventure Explorer Desert Guide to learn about the new interactive Geo Tagging experience, where visitors can collect stickers that honor their quest throughout Mesa’s Sonoran Desert trails. Art is big here: The Mesa Arts Center is the largest arts and entertainment park in the Southwest, with four theaters, galleries, exhibition rooms, and classrooms that encourage creativity. Wander downtown’s streets to see more than 200 public art sculptures as well as a number of local restaurants and shops. Bikers rumble through downtown the first Friday night of every month for Motorcycles on Main, and pedestrians browse the shops the next week during the monthly Second Fridays event. Don’t…

An Overview of the Canadian City Surrey

Get to know Surrey Surrey is a city in the province of British Columbia, Canada, located south of the Fraser River and north of the Canada–United States border. It is a member municipality of the Metro Vancouver regional district and metropolitan area. Mainly a suburban city, Surrey is the province’s second-largest by population after Vancouver and the third largest by area after Abbotsford and Prince George. The seven neighborhoods or “town centers” the City of Surrey comprises are: Fleetwood, Whalley, City Centre, Guildford, Newton, Cloverdale, and South Surrey. Attractions The Museum of Surrey is affiliated with CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.[citation needed] It reopened as the Museum of Surrey on September 29, 2018, after a renovation which added 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) to the previous 24,000-square-foot (2,200 m2) building.                                        The historic Surrey Municipal Hall complex includes the Cenotaph in Heritage Square, the Surrey Museum, and Cloverdale Library. The Surrey City Centre Public Library located at Whalley/City Centre is the second largest library in terms of size in Metro Vancouver. “REMEMBRANCE” by André Gauthier (sculptor) in Heritage Square, is an oversized bronze statue depicting a World War I kneeling soldier, helmet in hand, in remembrance of his fallen comrades. Business & Economic Development  Business in Surrey is bold, innovative, competitive and thriving. For three years in a row, the Real Estate Investment Network named Surrey the best place in British Columbia to invest. Surrey was also recognized as the Clean Energy Association of BC “Community of the Year” in 2011, for their integrated approach to sustainability and energy conservation.  Surrey is, in fact, one of the largest industrial centers within British Columbia, with a burgeoning high technology, clean energy,…

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