There are plans to have a picket on two days at the Cloverdale Rodeo in Surrey, BC. The first day will be on Saturday, May 22, and the second day will be on Sunday, May 23. These dates were chosen because most people have work or school on Friday, and even though Monday is a holiday, it is not a holiday in the USA, in case any BELLINGHAMmers or BLAINErs want to come. It's the same schedule for both days:
We'll meet at the King George Skytrain Station in Surrey at 1:30pm. We'll then carpool to Cloverdale, and start protesting at 2:00pm. At 4:00pm we'll stop and carpool back to the King George Skytrain Station, where people can use public transit to get back to their homes (or drive their own car, if they decide to park near the station).
If you have your own car, it is recommended that you volunteer to transport people to Cloverdale, as many of the protesters don't own cars or don't have their driver's license yet. As far as I know, there are no buses that go to Cloverdale (we probably wouldn't be carpooling if there were buses).
Signs will be provided, but if you're worried that there may be more protesters than signs, you can bring your own.
Since the protest is two hours, I recommend wearing shoes will good quality soles. Last year I wore a pair of those $3 discount department store canvas shoes with the thin rubber soles, and my feet were aching after about an hour. Also try to avoid fake leather and go for canvas, plastic, or hemp shoes, because many of the rodeo goers say things like "What about your leather shoes!".