2018 Summer Recreation Guide

Arts &General Interest Adults & 55+ Bus Trips  Day long bus trips that offer a variety of locations and experiences. Site-specific or City-wide Seniors Membership required to receive the member price.



Circle Farm Tour The Fraser Valley's beautiful countryside is filled with experiences to fill your senses and connect you with its agricultural roots. Excite your taste buds with a natural honey and craft beer tasting, and bring home some natural cheese from the Farm House. This tour will also explore Minter Country Garden, a living historic site in Kilby, and Happy Days Dairies - a goat and cheese processing plant. 1 session Non Member $124/Member $119 4598729 Tuesday, July 17 NEWTON Depart 8:30am Return 5:00pm CHUCK BAILEY Depart 8:45am Return 4:45pm GUILDFORD Depart 9:00am Return 4:30pm High Tea and English Treats Travel to Fort Langley to enjoy High Tea at Tracycakes Bakery Cafe, and explore quaint boutiques and antique shops in the Village Antiques Mall. Step into Wendell's Bookstore, a fixture in the area for over twenty years and stop by the Langley Community Farmers Market to sample artisan goods. Visit Milner Valley Cheese, and 5th generation heritage family farm and on the way back, take a look inside Sherlock's, a British store with the highest quality British food and goods available. 1 session Non Member $114/Member $109 4598730 Wednesday, August 8 NEWTON Depart  10:00am Return 4:30pm CHUCK BAILEY Depart 10:15am Return 4:15pm GUILDFORD Depart 10:30am Return 4:00pm

Symphony In The Park Symphony in the Park takes place on the Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park. Expect a beautiful evening of classical music outdoors in the fresh air. The crowd-pleasing program of light classics and popular favourites is always a not-to-be-missed highlight of the summer. Bring a blanket or folding chair (we can provide one if needed) and settle in for a magical evening. Prior to our evening concert, we will visit the Stanley Park Gardens and dine at Stanley Park's Grill offering breathtaking views of Lions Gate Bridge, Burrard Inlet and the North Shore Mountains. 1 session Non Member $104/Member $99 4566945 Sunday, July 8 SOUTH Depart 1:30pm Return 10:30pm CLOVERDALE Depart 1:45pm Return 10:15pm FLEETWOOD Depart 2:00pm Return 10:00pm spectacular building overlooking our Coastal Mountains and the Salish Sea. Admire the world's largest collection of works by acclaimed Haida artist, Bill Reid, including his famous cedar sculpture, The Raven and the First Men. Visit the award-winning Koerner Ceramics Gallery and stroll the Museum Grounds where monumental totem poles and Haida houses capture the dramatic beauty of traditional Northwest Coast architecture and design. This day would not be complete without a visit to the Nitobe Memorial Garden, ranked consistently in the top 5 Japanese Gardens in North America. 1 session Non Member $140/Member $135 4566946 Monday, August 13 SOUTH Depart 8:30am Return 4:30pm CLOVERDALE Depart 8:45am Return 4:15pm FLEETWOOD Depart 9:00am Return 4:00pm Museum of Anthropology & Gardens The Museum of Anthropology houses one of the finest displays of Northwest Coast First Nations arts in a

CLOVERDALE RECREATION CENTRE 604-598-7960 6188 176 Street FLEETWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE 604-501-5030 15996 84 Avenue SOUTH SURREY RECREATION & ARTS CENTRE 604-592-6970 14601 20 Avenue CHUCK BAILEY RECREATION CENTRE 604-598-5898 13458 107A Avenue GUILDFORD RECREATION CENTRE 604-502-6360 15105 105 Avenue

NEWTON SENIORS CENTRE 604-501-5010 13775 70 Avenue

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