2018 Summer Recreation Guide
June 17 Sunday 11am-3pm
June 30 Saturday 11am-3pm Dominion Day Historic Stewart Farm All ages A pioneer spin on Canada Day! Bring your noisemakers for a callithumpian parade celebrating Canadian pride. Take in live music as you sample the food truck and watch the kids get their faces painted. Kick it old school with Surrey’s own Re-enactors, win prizes in classic Victorian lawn competitions, and enjoy a fun day at the park. July 1 Sunday 10am-11pm Surrey’s Canada Day www.surrey.ca/canadaday Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre 176 Street & 64 Avenue Fun for the whole family! Featuring headliners Serena Ryder and Brett Kissel and a fireworks finale at 10:30pm. A Canada Day tradition! On Canada Day each year, Mayor and Council host this community event and serve tea and strawberry cake to the seniors of Surrey. This hugely popular event draws 500 seniors from throughout the community. While supplies last. 11:00am Doors open to Strawberry Tea 12noon Strawberry Tea begins Jul-Aug Wednesday 6pm-8pm Learn To Fish At Green Timbers Join the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC for a hands-on, educational program about fish habitat and conservation, and learn where, when and how to catch fish! Equipment is provided and includes time to fish on the lake. Rain or shine. Parent participation required. Pre-registration required - go to www.gofishbc.com/Events.aspx to sign up. WHALLEY 1 Session $5/participant 5-15yrs (Suggested Donation) July 1 Sunday 11am-3pm Seniors’ Strawberry Tea Cloverdale Recreation Centre
Father’s Day Open House Historic Stewart Farm
All Ages Show dad some fun this Father’s Day as you hop aboard Pacific Trackless Trains and take a tour of the scenic grounds. Take in the Greater Vancouver Garden Railway Club’s large scale train display, make a craft, grab coffee on the verandah and settle in for a family picnic.
June 18 Monday 5:30pm-7:30pm International Picnic Day Forsyth Park | 10632 139 Street
Invite your friends and neighbours out to celebrate International Picnic Day with games and other fun park activities! For more information, call 604-501-5050 or e-mail email@example.com.
June 21 Thursday World's Largest Swimming Lesson All City of Surrey pools Check your nearest facility for times Do you want to be a part of a Guinness World Record? Then join us on June 21 as we attempt to be part of the worlds largest simultaneous swim lesson. 44 countries across the world collectively take part in this water safety activity. Learn new swimming skills and be part of a Guinness record attempt! Please register at your nearest aquatic facility. June 21 Thursday 3pm-8pm National Indigenous People’s Day Holland Park (13428 Old Yale Road) Opening Ceremonies at 4pm This event celebrates the unique cultural diversities of the Indigenous Communities through inclusion of Local Land Based Nations and Service Providers. Hosted by Surrey’s Land Based Nations: Kwantlen, Katzie and Semiahmoo First Nations In Partnership with The City of Surrey and FRAFCA. There will be stage entertainment and Cultural Sharing, Children’s Area Teachings, activities and more!
HOLLAND PARK JULY 11AM -10PM 21-22 SATURDAY&SUNDAY
45 CULTURAL PAVILIONS 150 PERFORMERS 6 STAGES INDIGENOUS VILLAGE AUTHENTIC CUISINE
W 6:00pm-8:00pm July 4 W 6:00pm-8:00pm July 18 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Aug 1 W 6:00pm-8:00pm Aug 15
June 23 Saturday 11am-2pm
Meet at Green Timbers Urban Forest Lake. Parking lot is located in the 14600 block of 100 Ave.
Park Play Palooza Hazelgrove Park (7080 190 St) firstname.lastname@example.org | 604-501-5050 Kick-off the start of Surrey’s Park Play program with Palooza at Hazelgrove Park! Climb a rock wall, enjoy live entertainment, and try various family- friendly activities from Park Play and local community groups! Visit www.surrey.ca/ parkplay for more information.
604.501.5100 WWW.SURREY.CA/RECREATION SUMMER 2018
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