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A film industry prosthetic  designer, a mystery shopper and a female boxer are among those who will share their passion for what they do on May 5, as part of Surrey City Centre Library's Human Library event.

From 12 noon to 4 p.m., anyone interested is invited to chat face-to-face with people working in unusual and intriguing jobs. Eleven different careers will be represented. Others in the line-up are a funeral director, a music composer, a female firefighter, a wilderness adventurer, a female plumber, an inspirational speaker and a private investigator.

To book a free 30-minute session, call 604-598-7426, or visit www.surreylibraries.ca/programs-services/5434/aspx

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