Your kids can enjoy plenty of creative and active fun this Spring Break at recreation facilities throughout Surrey. There are a wide variety of day camps such as Art Ventures, Kids Who Cook, Forest Adventures and even Star Wars Acting!
Celebrate Valentine’s Day in a heart-healthy way! Bring a friend or loved one and visit the Newton Recreation Centre on February 14th for 2 for 1 admission to the fitness centre, fitness classes, swimming and more.
Enjoy some fun on the farm with your family at Surrey’s Historic Stewart Farm! Sample some delicious baking from the farmhouse kitchen and enjoy various activities for the kids. Family Day activities will run from noon until 3pm and admission is by donation.
Come enjoy a taste of international culture at the Art of Lights festival, open daily from 4pm- 10pm. See the spectacular replica of Bejing’s “Temple of Heaven” or wander through the “Under Sea World” and “Living’ Dinosaur Kingdom”.
Looking to find your next treasure? Come and check out the 200 + tables full of antiques & collectibles at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds ( Agriplex) from 9am – 3pm on Saturday, January 12th. Kids are FREE and General admission is $5; Early Bird admission is $10 which grants you entry at 8am.
There are two trains available at Bear Creek Park in Surrey – the Pumpkin Express Train and Haunted Forest Scream Train. It’s open October 6th-October 31st from 10am-4:30pm. Tickets are $10 per person.
Spend a memorable day with your dad at Historic Stewart Farm from 11am-3pm on June 17th. The event will feature train rides, crafts, sack races, tours of the historic farmhouse and much more!
Support the Canadian Cancer Society at Surrey’s Relay for Life on June 16th from 11am-11pm. Team members take turns walking around the track for the 12 hour event, symbolizing the ongoing fight against cancer.
The annual Surrey International Children’s Festival inspires young hearts and minds to greater possibilities. This year the festival takes place from May 24th-26 at the Surrey Arts Centre and Bear Creek Park.
Socialize with friends while enjoying Christmas festivities, a delicious meal and great entertainment that’s sure to bring out a sleigh full of holiday spirit. Bring your guests—the more the merrier this holiday season! Don’t forget to register for this exciting event.
Santa and Mrs Claus are coming to Surrey – and you’re invited to enjoy a delicious breakfast with them! Bring your family to a recreation facility in your community and get into the Christmas spirit. Children can also enjoy games and holiday crafts!
The Surrey Tree Lighting Festival is a FREE event that includes storytelling and family-friendly activities for children, holiday crafts, food trucks, live entertainment and the lighting of a 55-foot Christmas tree in the plaza outside Surrey City Hall.
The City of Surrey and Telus PureFibre invite you to come on out for some free family entertainment!
The trails and the trees will be illuminated for two nights this year. Grab a hot drink, make a lantern and prepare to be wowed as you wander through an ever changing display of colours!
Kick start your nature adventure with a nature guide in the Sky Room stocked with books, puppets and natural materials for hands-on exploration. Play and learn, then head outside to extend your adventure with discoveries in the forest.
Surrey Museum has local rescue animals gathered to celebrate the new beginning and take part in family friendly Easter festivities by donation. The Easter Fair takes place on April 15th from 1-4pm.
We’ve got your free Family Day covered! Join us on Monday, February 13 for free activities, music, crafts and more for the whole family to get involved in together. There’s a variety of action-packed adventures and something for everyone to do.
Head to the Main Stage at Surrey Arts Centre for this heart-tugging musical retelling of the Pied Piper of Hamelin!
The play features a cast of five performers, live music, mask work, and puppetry in Axis Theatre Company’s unique physical theatre style.
New this year at Port Kells is their all-natural grass maze. See if you can crack the code and make it out in record time. There is also tractor hay-bale rides, a chicken coop, and tons of farm animals to visit.
Rondriso Farms boast some of the biggest and best quality pumpkins in the area. You have the option of harvesting your own pumpkin from the field or picking one from their batch of ready-to-go pumpkins. You can take a hay-bale ride out to the fields before visiting with their cows and chickens. Make sure to peruse their general store stocked full of farm fresh treats and veggies, too.
See and take pictures with over 60 scarecrows at Art’s Nursery on 192nd Street in Surrey. You can also make your own scarecrow at a DIY Build-A-Crow station, have a hay ride and buy a pumpkin!
Sounds of Summer will be bringing live music to Surrey parks every Wednesday evening in August.
This free live music series in the city is a fantastic way to get outside and unwind with friends and family!
Bring your friends and family to the Holi Colour Festival on August 1st, at the Lakshmi Narayan Temple.
This is an all ages event that allows people from all backgrounds to come together in pure happiness.
The annual Surrey International Children’s Festival inspires young hearts and minds to greater possibilities, and celebrates our rich and diverse cultural heritage through performing and visual arts experiences.
Celebrate Mother’s day in a stunning woodland garden. Enjoy live music from the West Coast Strings among masses of rhododendrons in full bloom. Gourmet coffees, teas and hot chocolate available for purchase, as well as a spring plant sale. Cash sales only.
Advance tickets $5 per person. Pre-registration closes Thursday May 5, 2016
Join us at Holland Park as we celebrate Surrey’s 12th Annual Arbor Day!
Drop-in for family fun including kids’ activities, live music, educational displays, a BBQ lunch, and tree planting of course! You can also purchase a tree at our annual tree sale. This sale is a great opportunity to beautify your yard and help grow Surrey’s urban forest!
Get your Celtic on and celebrate the wearin’ o’ the green at the Surrey Museum’s annual Celtic Fest.
We dare you to resist the call of our captivating Celtic musicians and dancers. Join us in the Museum’s theatre at 2pm to find out which early Surrey families had Irish roots.
The Inclusive City Cafes will provide a safe and welcoming space for community members to discuss the challenges and opportunities of living in a diverse community and to start to explore how we can become a healthier and more inclusive City. The Café was initiated in the fall of 2015.