ARENAS 29 FACILITIES  30 DROP-IN  31 Skate 31 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Hockey 34 Skate Lessons 32 Skating Adapted 34




FACILITIES  46 DROP-IN  47–50 SURREY ARTS CENTRE  47 Surrey Art Gallery 47 Surrey Civic Theatres 48 HERITAGE  49 Historic Stewart Farm 49, 50 Museum of Surrey 49, 50 Surrey Archives 49, 50 Arts & Culture Map 51 Public Art 51 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Clay 52 Crafts and Textiles 52 Dance 55 Drawing and Painting 53 Mixed Media 54 Music 54 Photography 54 Theatre and Acting 56

PLAY EXPLORE  4, 5 A Safe Return 4 Admissions & Passes 5 Registration 5

MYgame 62 MYzone 62 Parenting 62 Stay and Play 62 Seniors Services 63, 64 Youth 63 REGISTERED PROGRAMS

COME EXPLORE 6 WELCOME  6, 7 Seasonal Feature 7 Surrey's Communities 6 WHALLEY  8, 9

SPORTS 35 FACILITIES  36 DROP-IN  37 Gymnasiums 37

Adapted 67 Cooking 67 First Aid  68 Language 67

MESSAGE FROM Mayor Doug McCallum State-of-the-art facilities and high-quality programs are the hallmarks of the recreational offerings in Surrey. As we head into longer days and warmer weather, Surrey Parks, Recreation and Culture are excited to offer programs for all ages, interests and skill levels. The City of Surrey is continually expanding and upgrading recreation facilities and parkland. City Council recently approved 9 new projects in the 2022-2026 Capital Financial Budget, which will see new pickleball courts at Crescent Beach, a 3rd field hockey turf atTamanawis Park and numerous improvements for our parks.The new projects are in addition to 16 public infrastructure projects funded in the 2021 budget. The first component of the new Community Centre in Newton will see the construction of a new Olympic size, 50-meter swimming pool. The new state-of-the-art Newton Recreation Centre will be on a 6.5-acre site at 6965 King George Boulevard and will be the focal point for residents to socialize, exercise, and play. The new Bear Creek Athletics Centre has moved into the construction phase with an opening date set for Spring 2023. When completed, the Athletics Centre will feature a new covered grandstand with seating for 2,200 people, new washrooms and change rooms, new turf field and a track upgraded to international standards. The City of Surrey is also expanding Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre to keep pace with the growth in City Centre. In Cloverdale, a new destination Sport and Ice Complex is in the works that will expand the number of ice sheets in Surrey.The ice complex in Cloverdale is also designed to be used year-round. During the summer months, the arena floor will be used for sports such as lacrosse and ball hockey. As the City of Parks, Council has made it a priority to purchase property for the expressed purpose of creating new parkland. Since 2019, Council has committed more than $45 million in parkland acquisition which has resulted in over 240-acres of new parkland added in Surrey. As we continue to build strong, healthy communities where people of all ages can be active and engaged for life, I invite you to take advantage of our recreational facilities and the quality programs led by our highly trained staff. A healthy and active lifestyle awaits you right here in Surrey.

GUILDFORD  10, 11 FLEETWOOD  12, 13 NEWTON  14, 15 CLOVERDALE  16, 17 SOUTH  18, 19 YMCA 7

Tennis/Pickleball Courts 38 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Adapted Sports 38 Badminton 38 Basketball 38 Floor Hockey/Floorball 39 Martial Arts 39 Soccer 39 Volleyball 39 FITNESS & WELLNESS 40 FACILITIES  41, 42 DROP-IN 43 Group Fitness 43 Personal Training 43 REGISTERED PROGRAMS

Nature Discovery 67 One Day Wonders 65 Personal Development 68 Preschool 65 Social 66 Facility Rentals 69 Field Booking 69 Neighbourhood Team 69 ADAPTED  70, 71 Community Partners 70 VOLUNTEERING  72, 73 Application Process 72 Opportunities 73 PARKS & ENVIRONMENT 74 FEATURES  75 Dog Off-Leash Areas 77 New Parks 76 Volunteering 76 SURREY NATURE CENTRE  77 Explore Surrey Parks 77 BOOKINGS & RENTALS  69


MARK THE DATE  21, 22 Environmental Extravaganza 21 Party for the Planet 80 Seniors Week 79 Youth Week 79 SPARK 22


School's Out 58 Spring Break 58

AQUATICS 23 FACILITIES  24 DROP-IN  25 Aquatic Fitness 25 Swim 25

Active Aging 43 Dance Fitness 44 Fitness 44 Meditation & Tai Chi 44 Pilates 44 Weight Room 44 Yoga 44

REGISTERED PROGRAMS Aquatic Leadership 27, 28

Swim Adapted 25 Swim Lessons 26

Parks, Recreation & Culture Committee The purpose of the Parks, Recreation & Culture Committee is to provide advice to Council on strategies and activities related to parks, recreation,

culture, diversity, inclusion, sport tourism and seniors' services in Surrey. The Committee consists of eight members: four members of City Council appointed by the Mayor, three volunteer members who are City of Surrey residents and one Surrey SchoolsTrustee.

Councillor Guerra, Committee Chair Councillor Elford, Committee Vice Chair

Left to right: G. Tymoschuk, B. Burnside, Councillor Guerra (Chair), Councillor Annis, Councillor Patton, C. Girardi, Councillor Elford, S. Drysdale

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