General Activities in the Community
Art Classes @ NightShift Ministries
10635 King George Boulevard Surrey BC (get directions to Nightshift Ministries)
Open time to create with others. Supplies provided. Fridays at 5:30pm.
Learn more about Night Shift's Art Classes.
City of Surrey - Events
The City hosts a variety of events. Many are free or low cost.
Learn more about City of Surrey events.
Community Connections @ Options
13520 - 78th Avenue Surrey, BC (get directions to Options 78th Ave Location)
#305 10362 King George Blvd. Surrey, BC (get directions to Options King George Location)
Provides immigrant and refugee newcomers in Surrey and Delta with tools and knowledge necessary to establish themselves in Canada.
Learn more about the Community Connections program.
Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre
A101 - 10095 Whalley Boulevard, Surrey BC, V3T 4G1 (get directions to FRAFC)
Offers a wide range of culturally-relevant programs for First Nations, Métis and Inuit individuals and families. Includes supports and activities for young families, cultural events, housing supports, counselling, and many other programs.
Learn more about the Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre.
Free Swimming at Surrey Outdoor Pools
These pools are open in the summer months (call for details). Swimming is free at these facilities.
Learn more about Surrey's Outdoor Pools.
Bear Creek Pool
Hjorth Road Pool
Port Kells Pool
Historic Stewart Farm
13723 Crescent Road, Surrey, BC (get directions to Stewart Farm)
Tour the 1894 farmhouse with a costumed guide and imagine Surrey farm life at the turn of the 19th century. Enjoy a picnic on the grounds, bring your easel or camera to capture the scenery, and walk the grounds. They also have fun seasonal family programs.
Learn more about the Stewart Farm.
Museum of Surrey
17710-56A Avenue, Surrey, BC (get directions to Museum of Surrey)
Wide range of exhibits and activities for all ages. Admission is free. Have an TD Explore Zone Kid’s area that is great for toddlers to early elementary age kids. Combined with the Cloverdale branch of Surrey Libraries, it is a great rainy day outing for families with young children.
Learn more about the Museum of Surrey.
Surrey Art Gallery
13750 88 Ave Surrey, BC V3W 3L1 (get directions to Surrey Art Gallery)
Interesting, contemporary exhibitions. It is the second largest public art gallery in the Metro Vancouver Region. Admission is free, and they have a range of free and paid programs. Located next to Bear Creek park, so the two can be combined for a full day outing.
Learn more about the Surrey Art Gallery.
Surrey Libraries offers a range of free programs across Surrey at our branches. You can see what is coming up on our website or grab a paper calendar next time you are at your local library. Programs include things like storytimes for kids, English conversation classes, drop-in computer help, book clubs, and author events.
Find Surrey Libraries events.
Surrey Nature Centre
14225 Green Timbers Way, Surrey, BC V3T 0J2 (get directions to the Surrey Nature Centre)
Fun programs and events for all ages and a chance to explore the natural beauty of Green Timbers. Enjoy daily activities, including borrowing a themed discovery backpack, borrowing a fishing rod for free (16 years and older require a fishing license), or listening to a nature storytime. Indoor space where you can play and learn at your own pace with a variety materials and opportunities for hands-on exploration.
Learn more about the Surrey Nature Centre.
Surrey has a huge number of parks spread across the city. There is a stocked fishing lake in Green Timbers or a great bike park at the South Surrey Athletic Park. Whatever your interest, there are wonderful green spaces in Surrey.
Learn more about Surrey Parks.
Tuesday Night Movies
Most movie theatres have cheaper tickets on Tuesdays.
YMCA Financial Assistance
14988 57 Avenue Surrey, BC V3S 7S6 (get directions to the Tong Louie YMCA)
Provides a full YMCA membership at a reduced cost based on family income.
Learn about YMCA Financial Assistance.
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