Celebrate 50 years of White Rock’s Polar Bear Plunge

Celebrate 50 years of White Rock’s Polar Bear Plunge with a chilly dip into Semiahmoo Bay on January 1. Join other plungers and 1,000+ enthusiastic onlookers for this New Year’s Day tradition. Costumes are “mandatory” and prizes will be awarded!

Registration at 10:30am and the official plunge takes place at noon! Meet at the WHITE ROCK east of the Pier.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary, there will T-shirts and commemorative toques for sale, and there will be coffee and hot chocolate available by donation. And there is free parking along the White Rock Waterfront until January 31, 2020.

Date: January 1, 2020
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

These postcards were produced by ARTographer Ric Wallace. On December 20, 2018 the Storm of the Century battered the White Rock Beach waterfront breaking the pier into two, and an emergency air recuse was needed to lift a stranded man to safety at White Rock Beach, in BC, CANADA. No lives were lost in White Rock, but damage to the pier, boats, and waterfront was in the millions.

  • Framed 6"x 8"prints $100

  • 6"x 8"photo prints $15

  • 8.5"x 11"photo prints $25

  • 13" x 19" photo prints $60