The 2020 Mission Dahlia Flower and Grape Festival is set to run from Aug. 15 to Sept. 30 at Shangrila Farm. / Submitted Photos

2020 Mission Dahlia Flower and Grape Festival opens Saturday

The event, held at Shangrila Farm in Mission, runs until Sept. 30

The 2020 Mission Dahlia Flower and Grape Festival is set to run from Aug. 15 to Sept. 30 at Shangrila Farm.

The farm is described as a natural paradise garden which is surrounded by Dahlia flowers, grapevines, forests, ponds and mountains.

There are thousands and thousands of the mix dahlia flowers, the grapevine tunnel, artworks, lotus, green dragons and much more waiting for the public to discover. The event is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Admission is $15 while children age five to 16 are $8.

For more information you can call 604-998-9843 or visit www.shangrilafarm.ca.

Shangrila Farm is located at 13842 Spratt Road in Mission.

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