Winter 2022 Recreation Guide

WINTER RECREATION GUIDE

DAYCAMPS FOR WINTER AND SPRING BREAK, PLUS SCHOOLS-OUT ACTIVITIES

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Annual Recreation Pass

AVERAGE MONTHLY COST OF 1-YEAR RECREATION PASS

Purchase a 1-year Recreation Pass, good for UNLIMITED DROP-IN access to our pools, arenas, fitness centres and gymnasiums. Plus MYzone and MYgame are included in a full year children's pass. Save Big & Get More Buy between December 1 and January 31 and enjoy an extra month FREE!

Child/Youth 2-18yrs $22 /month

No CONTRACTS, SIGN-UP FEES, COMMITMENTS.

$33 /month

Student

$45 /month

Adult

$33 /month

Senior 60-69yrs

$11 /month

Senior 70yrs+

$90 /month

Family

It’s the best deal if you visit just twice a week.

CANCEL ANY TIME FOR JUST $5

Three Ways To Purchase

At any Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture facility

surrey.ca/passes

604 -501-5100

Give the gift that's always a perfect fit!

Staying healthy and active has never been more important. Give your friends and family the gift of recreation. Use gift cards for Parks, Recreation and Culture:

• registered courses • drop-in activities • membership passes • retail, concession, and much more

Purchase at any recreation facility.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARENAS 28 FACILITIES  29 DROP-IN  30 Skate 30 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Hockey 33 Skate Lessons 31 Skating Adapted 33

RECREATION SURREY 4 PARTICIPATE

ARTS & CULTURE 44

GENERAL INTEREST 58 FACILITIES  59, 60

FACILITIES  45 DROP-IN  46–50 SURREY ART CENTRE  46 Surrey Art Gallery 46 Surrey Civic Theatres 47 HERITAGE  48 Historic Stewart Farm 48, 49 Museum of Surrey 48, 49 Surrey Archives 48, 49 Arts & Culture Map 50 Public Art 50 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Clay 51 Crafts and Textiles 51 Dance 53 Drawing and Painting 51 Mixed Media 52 Music 53 Photography 53 Theatre and Acting 54

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

DROP-IN  61-63 Leadership 62

MYgame 62 MYzone 61 Parenting 62 Stay and Play 61 Seniors Services 63 Youth 62 REGISTERED PROGRAMS First Aid 66 One Day Wonders 64 Online Programs 66 Personal Development 65 Facility Rentals 67 Field Booking 67 Neighbourhood Team 67 ADAPTED  68, 69 Community Partners 68 Drop-in 68 Registered Programs 69 VOLUNTEERING  70, 71 Application Process 70 Opportunities 71 Training 70 PARKS & ENVIRONMENT 74 THINGS TO DO  73 Dog Off-Leash Areas 75 New Parks 75 Volunteering 74 SURREY NATURE CENTRE  75 Nature Walks 75 Preschool 64 BOOKINGS & RENTALS  67

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

SPORTS 34 FACILITIES  35 DROP-IN  36

MESSAGE FROM Mayor Doug McCallum As we continue to work our way through the COVID pandemic, the opportunity to safely play, exercise and explore has never been more important.The safety of our patrons and staff is our top priority as we reopen our facilities and reintroduce programs. All activities and facilities strictly meet or exceed the health and safety guidelines set out by the Provincial Health Officer. With your help by following Provincial Health guidelines and providing proof of vaccination, we can all look forward to getting back to the things we love best. Whether it’s hitting the weight room, playing hoops or perfecting your yoga pose, Recreation Surrey has thousands of programs for all ages and all levels of ability. Despite the pandemic, the City of Surrey continues to push forward in increasing the inventory of our recreational offerings through the construction of new facilities, purchase of new parkland and upgrading aging park infrastructure. Residents can now enjoy Surrey’s newest recreation centre.The award-winning Clayton Community Centre officially opened in October and features a state-of the-art fitness studio, the Clayton library, and creative arts programming. In Newton, groundwork is being done in preparation for construction of the new Newton Community Centre and work is moving along for the new Cloverdale Ice and Sport Complex, the new Athletics Centre at Bear Creek Park and on the major expansion of the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre. This past summer 12 new Pickleball Courts were opened in South Surrey along with the City’s newest neighbourhood green space, Edgewood Park. Our playing fields have also been revamped with new artificial turf at Hjorth Road Park and Cloverdale Athletic Park. Council is also moving ahead with the installation of new track surfaces at Newton Athletic Park and South Surrey Athletic Park. The City of Surrey takes great pride in ensuring our residents have the opportunity to enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle, regardless of income or ability. As we continue to build strong, healthy communities where people of all ages can be active participants and engaged for life, I invite you to take full advantage of our recreation facilities and quality programs led by our highly trained staff. A safe, healthy and active lifestyle awaits you at Surrey Parks and Recreation.

Gymnasiums 36, 37 Tennis/Pickleball Courts 36 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Adapted Sports 37

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

Badminton 37 Basketball 38 Martial Arts 38 Soccer 38

SPECIAL EVENTS 20

FITNESS & WELLNESS 39 FACILITIES  40, 41 DROP-IN  42 Group Fitness 42 Personal Training 42 REGISTERED PROGRAMS Active Aging 42 Cardio 43

MARK THE DATE  21

DAY CAMPS 55 REGISTERED PROGRAMS

AQUATICS 22 FACILITIES  23 DROP-IN  24 Aquatic Fitness 24 Swim 24

School's Out 57 Spring Break 56 Winter Break 56

REGISTERED PROGRAMS Aquatic Leadership 26, 27

Mind Body 43 Non Cardio 43 Wellness 43

Swim Adapted 24 Swim Lessons 25

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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Our commitment is to enhance the quality of life for residents of Surrey by providing diverse, accessible and inclusive opportunities that facilitate social connections, participation and learning, while fostering lifelong health and wellness for both individuals and the community. Participate, Play, Explore

A SAFE RETURN TO RECREATION Our most popular programs are back to keep you and your family active and connected. See what we have to offer from sports, fitness and wellness programs to art, music, and general interest courses. Our top quality, certified instructors will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. As always, safety for patrons, volunteers and staff is our top priority. Our commitment to thorough cleaning measures continues and we ask that patrons continue to follow all health protocols. While we’re hopeful that our programs will run as scheduled, some programs may have to be cancelled or delayed due to restrictions from Provincial Health Orders. All changes will be communicated to participants, and fees will be adjusted if necessary. What To Know BeforeYou Go! MASKS are required for patrons 5 years+ inside all facilities except while exercising. Proof of vaccination is required for patrons 12 years+ for select programs. Memberships Are Back! Try us out with discounted 5, 10 or 20 swipe passes available for drop in activities like swimming, skating, working out in our fitness centres, group fitness classes or gymnasium sports. Our one year Rec Pass is the best value if you plan to visit two times a week or more. GuaranteeYour Spot While reservations are no longer required for many of our drop-in programs, we recommend signing up early for our most popular programs. For the latest information, visit surrey.ca/COVID19. Welcome C O N T I N U E T O B E R E S P O N S I B L E

OUR MISSION Building healthy communities where all people are engaged for life.

OUR GOALS To provide safe, affordable and convenient access to recreation for everyone. To provide great value and a variety of convenient quality offerings. To build community by making lives better and improving the overall health and well-being of Surrey residents. Recreation Surrey is the City's largest provider of recreation programs and services. Visit a recreation facility in your neighbourhood today!

Stay home when sick

Wash/Sanitize hands often

COMMUNITY • INNOVATION • INTEGRITY • SERVICE • TEAMWORK JOIN OUR RECREATION TEAM!

Follow BC Health guidelines

Get vaccinated

Help us build healthy communities. surrey.ca/careers

Consider people’s situations and comfort level

Respect personal space

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Participate , Play, Explore Recreation Surrey

WE’RE MAKING PROGRAMS EASIER TO FIND Starting in early 2022, find programs faster with our new online search tool at surrey.ca/register . With more filtering options and the ability to save your favourite searches, this tool will make it easier for you to find popular classes quickly.

3 WAYS TO Register

DROP-IN ADMISSIONS & PASSES Our variety of admissions and passes offer great value and access to all drop-in activities valid at any of our recreation facilities including: pools, arenas, gyms and fitness centres. Recreation Pass Unlimited Visits Annual or Monthly Type Term Child/Youth 2–18yrs Student* Adult 19–59yrs Senior 60–69yrs 70yrs+ 1year $269.75 $404.50 $539.50 $404.50° $135.00° $1079.00 1month 37.00 55.25 73.75 55.25 18.50 147.50 Recreation Pass

Go Online

surrey.ca/register

Family ‡

By Phone

604-501-5100

At any Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture facility

In Person

Admissions Single or Multi-Visit Type Term Child/Youth 2–18yrs Student*

Adult 19–59yrs

Senior

Family ‡

To Register Online If you already have one, sign into your MySurrey account with your email address and password. If you don’t have a MySurrey Account, create one when you register. IMPORTANT NOTE FOR CURRENT RECREATION CUSTOMERS: the email address you use when you create your MySurrey account MUST MATCH the email you used for your recreation account or a duplicate MySurrey account will be created. New System, New Features! • Search for courses by facility, days of the week, keyword, age group or activity • Register for programs on the go using your mobile device • Automated notifications for reminders, cancellations and wait-lists • Store emergency contact information and important medical information for your family members • Add registered programs to your electronic calendar • Use gift cards for recreation CREDIT CARD INFORMATION: We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express. We also accept cash, debit card and Electronic Funds transfer if registering in person at any recreation facility. PROGRAM WITHDRAWAL FEES: If you withdraw from a registered program within seven days of the program starting you will now be charged withdrawal fees based on the value of the program. Certain courses are operated by third party operators. Withdrawal policies may differ. For more details go to surrey.ca/register, then select Admissions and Passes. PRIVACY POLICY: Personal information is collected for the purposes of administering recreation and culture programs.The City of Surrey is collecting this information under s.26 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. For questions regarding the collection of personal information, please contact Business Operations Manager, 13450 104 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada V3T 1V8, 604-598-5775. Leisure Access Program If you are in financial need, you might qualify for Surrey’s Leisure Access Program. With the Leisure Access Program, you can join Surrey recreation activities for 75% off, or in some cases, free.The City of Surrey encourages all city residents to participate fully in leisure services and activities. Language translation services are available for free if you have any questions about the Leisure Access program and would like answers in another language. To qualify for the program applicants must be City of Surrey residents and meet program requirements. More information is available at surrey.ca/LeisureAccess or LeisureAccessProgram@surrey.ca . For additional information please contact Healthy Communities at 604-502-6325 or visit any Surrey recreation facility.

60–69yrs 70yrs+

Single Price

$ 5.50

$ 1.75

$ 3.75^

1 visit

$ 3.75 $ 5.50 $ 7.25

5 visits 10 visits 20 visits

18.00 33.75 60.00

26.25 49.50 88.00

34.50 65.25

26.25 49.50 88.00

8.50

N/A N/A N/A

Swipe Pass

15.75 28.00

116.00

* Rates only apply for accredited post-secondary institutions and require proof of student ID. ° Includes a complimentary Seniors Services Membership. ‡ Includes a maximum of two adults and unlimited dependent children 18 years or younger. ^ Per family member (minimum one parent/guardian and one dependent child 18 years or younger). Payment Options Surrey offers monthly payment options for the annual Recreation Pass. Make payments using automatic debit or credit card. Skip the lineup and buy your annual, monthly or swipe passes online.

The recreation pass card is mandatory at all facilities and is free of charge. Visit surrey.ca/recreation for details.

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Welcome

Surrey is rich with recreational opportunities for young and old alike. Discover our nature reserves, forests, beaches, and parks. Get active at our youth parks, hockey and soccer fields, tennis courts and at our recreation centres. Explore the arts through live theatre, galleries and museums.There’s always more to discover.

SURREY’S COMMUNITIES City of Surrey is divided into six communities. Each of these communities has a variety of recreational facilities. Throughout the seasons we also run a number of our programs at satellite locations. Please confirm program location at the time of registration. For a complete listing of our facilities, parks, amenities and programs visit our website.

Cloverdale Clayton Community Centre

7155 187A Street 604-502-6300 7155 187A Street 604-592-2727 6188 176 Street 604-598-7960 6220 184 Street 604-502-6400 18513 70 Avenue 604-502-6400 6090 176 Street 604-502-6410 5642 176A Street 604-598-7320 17635 58 Avenue 604-502-6400 6050A 176 Street 604-598-7960 17671 56 Avenue 604-502-6459 17710 56A Avenue 604-592-6956 15996 84 Avenue 604-501-5030 16555 Fraser Hwy 604-501-5950 16555 Fraser Hwy 604-501-5881 15996 84 Avenue 604-598-7340 10588 160 Street 604-592-6920 15105 105 Avenue 604-502-6360 15105 105 Avenue 604-598-7360 18885 88 Avenue 604-598-7440 13730 72 Avenue 604-501-5540 7120 136B Street 604-501-5044 13775 70 Avenue 604-501-5010 13795 70 Avenue 604-598-7400 7399 122 Street 604-501-5836 5891 144 Street 778-598-7960 14988 57 Avenue 604-575-9622 14601 20 Avenue 604-592-6970 16855 24 Avenue 604-590-7800 2199 148 Street 604-502-6200 14655 17 Avenue 604-502-6220 3530 144 Street 604-592-6970 14250 Crescent Road 604-592-6970 13723 Crescent Road 604-591-4627 16824 32 Avenue 604-592-2605 1367 128 Street 604-592-6970 2040 150 Street 604-592-6970 12854 17 Avenue 604-502-6304 1815 152 Street 604-592-6900 1845 154 Street 604-592-6970 11475 126A Street 604-592-7081 13458 107A Avenue 604-598-5898 10950 126A Street 604-591-4410 13450 104 Avenue 604-591 -4011 13750 88 Avenue 604-598-5898 10350 University Drive 604-598-7420 13750 88 Avenue 604-501-5566 14225 GreenTimbers Way 604-502-6065

Clayton Library

Cloverdale Recreation Centre Don Christian Rec Centre Clayton Community Hall

Cloverdale Arena Cloverdale Library

Bridgeview Community Centre

Cloverdale Mini Rec Centre

BLVD

SKY TRAIN

GEORGE

KING

112 AVE

CITY CENTRE Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre

Shannon Hall Surrey Archives Museum of Surrey

Fraser Heights Recreation Centre

Guildford Library

North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex

Guildford Recreation Centre/Pool

TRANS CANADA HWY #1

104 AVE

CITY OF SURREY MUNICIPAL HALL

Fleetwood Fleetwood Community Centre Surrey Sport & Leisure - Aquatic Surrey Sport & Leisure - Arenas Guildford Fraser Heights Recreation Centre Guildford Recreation Centre/Pool Fleetwood Library

City Centre Library

Surrey Nature Centre

SOUTH FRASER

96 AVE

PERIMETER ROAD=HWY#17

FRASER HWY

GUILDFORD

WHALLEY

Port Kells Library

FLEETWOOD

88 AVE

Surrey Arts Centre

Fleetwood Library

Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex Pool/Arena

Guildford Library Port Kells Library

Fleetwood Community Centre

80 AVE

FRASER HWY

120 ST = SCOTT ROAD

HARVIE RD

Newton Newton Recreation Centre/Pool

Strawberry Hill Library

Newton Recreation Centre Pool/Arena Newton Library Newton Seniors Centre

KING GEORGE BLVD

Clayton Community Centre

152 ST

72 AVE

Clayton Library

Newton Arena

Newton Seniors Centre

CLOVERDALE

Newton Library

Strawberry Hill Library Surrey Tennis Centre* Tong Louie Family YMCA* South Surrey South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre

64 AVE

NEWTON

Cloverdale Recreation Centre/Arena

Surrey Tennis Centre YMCA

Don Christian Recreation Centre

Cloverdale Library

Museum of Surrey

HWY #10

56 AVE

Surrey Archives

124 ST

128 ST

136 ST

132 ST

140 ST

Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre

River

48 AVE

South Surrey Arena

Serpentine

South Surrey Indoor Pool

Elgin Centre

Nicomekl River

Elgin Hall

40 AVE

176 ST = HWY #15

Historic Stewart Farm Kensington Prairie Community Centre Meridian Centre Ocean Park Library Semiahmoo Library Kwomais Lodge/Sanford Hall Whalley Bridgeview Community Centre Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex City of Surrey Municipal Hall Sunnyside Hall

SOUTH

KING GEORGE BLVD

Historic Stewart Farm

32 AVE

Kensington Prairie Community Centre

Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre

South Surrey Recreation & Art Centre Arena Pool

24 AVE

128 ST

HWY #99

Semiahmoo Library

Ocean Park Library Kwomais Point Park

16 AVE

River

136 ST

140 ST

144 ST

148 ST

152 ST

Campbell

168 ST

8 AVE

160 ST

Bear Creek Pavilion City Centre Library Surrey Arts Centre Surrey Nature Centre

196 ST

184 ST

192 ST

176 ST = HWY #15

0 AVE

*Operated by a community partnership.

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Welcome Come Explore

GET BACK TO PLAY! Head indoors to stay active throughout the winter with a variety of registered and drop-in programs for all ages and abilities. See what our recreation facilities have planned over the winter months — including our newest facility the Clayton Community Centre — to keep your family having fun all winter long.

PLAN NOW FOR Spring Break

MARCH 14–25, 2022 Staying local? We’ve got your Spring Break covered. Keep kids entertained in the Fun Zone with daily and weekly camps for children 6-12. Check pages 55–57 to see what camps are being offered.

MORE WAYS TO ENJOY SPRING BREAK:

Sustainability Tuesday to Friday, March 15-18 and 22-25 Museum of Surrey Drop-in for our sustainability themed activities and crafts made from recyclable items.The Museum will partner with local organizations to host a ‘green’ spring break. Life on the Farm Wednesday–Friday, March 16-18 & 23-25 12pm–3pm Historic Stewart Farm Experience how the Stewarts would have lived. Each day brings a different theme: Wednesday: Cooking,Thursday: LeisureTime, Friday: Spring Cleaning. 1pm–4pm

Spring Break - Park Cleanups

Calling all youth! Looking to earn volunteer hours over Spring Break? Join us for a Park Cleanup!Tools and training provided.Together we can make a difference and build a greener, healthier, and safer community. #lovewhereyoulive BEAR CREEK PARK 13750 88 Avenue Tuesday, March 15 10am–12pm Tuesday, March 22 10am–12pm UNWIN PARK 13313 68 Avenue Thursday, March 17 12pm–2pm Thursday, March 24 12pm-2pm

Family Swims and great pool amenities Bring the family to your local pool and enjoy a fun swim down a lazy river, splash down a slide, or dive off the boards and more! Amenities vary by facility.

Public Skating Don’t let a lack of equipment stop you from having fun on the ice! Skates and helmets are rentable for a small fee. Skating aids are available for those who are less confident. Ice Patrol staff will ensure an enjoyable experience for all.

Tong Louie FamilyYMCA

14988 57 Avenue, Surrey, BC (Hwy. 10 - one block west of 152nd Street) 604-575-YMCA (9622) gv.ymca.ca tonglouie@gv.ymca.ca Monday to Friday: 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday to Sunday: 7 a.m to 9 p.m.

Learn more about your community, by participating in the Tours for Newcomers Program. A partnership program between Options and the City of Surrey. Call us today to book a tour!

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Whalley

RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES In addition to our indoor recreational facilities, the City of Surrey offers a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Get out and explore our nature trails and gardens, public tennis courts, youth parks, water parks, bike trails and more and stay active for life.

You may be surprised to learn that Whalley, including City Centre, has 40 different parks and outdoor facilities! From the forest trails and fishing lake in GreenTimbers Urban Forest, to the river views and sandy beach at Brownsville Bar, there is no shortage of outdoor fun to be had in Surrey’s hub!

GARDENS Horticultural Gardens

NATURE TRAILS Spot an owl or an eagle’s nest and watch for returning salmon at Bear Creek Park; discover the wetlands, grassland meadows, marsh and lake at Green Timbers Urban Forest Park; or take in the diverse habitats at Hawthorne Rotary Park. DOG OFF-LEASH AREAS Bear Creek Park, Kennedy Park, Tannery Road Park, Bolivar Park, and Forsyth Park in Whalley offer dog off-leash areas with plenty of space to roam and play. Before you unleash your dog in the designated park space, please remember the off- leash etiquette.

Explore the gardens in Bear Creek Park, including specialty floral, ornamental grass and shade garden beds, or marvel at the various horticultural beds in Holland Park. Community Gardens Whalley offers two Community Gardens: Cedar Grove Organic Community Garden, and Queen Elizabeth Meadows Community Garden. For more information or to get involved, visit surrey.ca/communitygardens. YOUTH PARKS Whalley is home to three youth parks—KwantlenYouth Park, Chuck BaileyYouth Park and Bear CreekYouth Park—offering a variety of skateboard and BMX features for all skill levels. BIKE PARKS Quibble Creek Greenway features a small pump trail, which is great for honing skills like cornering and jumping. WATER PARKS Bridgeview Park, Bear Creek Park and Hawthorne Park spray parks are activated by push buttons when it is warmer than 20 degrees Celsius. Both areas offer many additional amenities, such as walking paths, sports fields and picnic areas. In the summer, don’t miss Bear Creek Park’s train and mini golf facility. OUTDOOR POOLS Enjoy a free public swim or book your summer swimming lessons at Kwantlen Outdoor Pool. Check online for dates and operating hours. PICKLEBALL /TENNIS Check to see what public outdoor courts are located in your neighbourhood. Some are lit for night time use until 10:30pm. For more information visit surrey.ca/tennis-pickleball. LIVE 5-2-1-0 PLAYBOX Currently unavailable for the winter. For information about the return of the program, email beactive@surrey.ca or call 604-501-5100.

OUR FACILITIES Bridgeview Community Centre Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex

11475 126A Street 604-592-7081 13458 107A Avenue 604-598-5898 10950 126A Street 604-591-4410 13450 104 Avenue 604-591 -4011 13750 88 Avenue 604-598-5898 10350 University Drive 604-598-7420 13750 88 Avenue 604-501-5566 14225 GreenTimbers Way 604-502-6065

City of Surrey Municipal Hall

Bear Creek Pavilion City Centre Library Surrey Arts Centre Surrey Nature Centre

VICTORIA PARK

Bridgeview Community Centre

112 AVE

KING GEORGE BLVD

CITY CENTRE

North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex

Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre

108 AVE

HAWTHORNE ROTARY PARK

Q

UIBBLE CREEK

GREENWAY

UNIVERSITYDR

104 AVE

CITY OF SURREY MUNICIPAL HALL

WHALLEY

CITYPARKWAY

CEDAR GROVE PARK

CITY CENTRE LIBRARY

OLDYALE

100 AVE

SURREY NATURE CENTRE

120 ST

96 AVE

FRASER HWY

128 ST

132 ST

140 ST

R E C R E AT I ON C E N T R E S

144 ST

C OMMUN I T Y H A L L S & C E N T R E S

88 AVE

KING GEORGE BLVD

A R T I F I C I A L T U R F F I E L D S

BEAR CREEK PAVILION

V E H I C L E PA R K I NG

WA S H R O OMS

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Whalley Come Explore

CHECK OUT YOUR Neighbourhood North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex 10950 126A Street, across from the Scott Road SkyTrain station Located in Bridgeview, the North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex is a new community hub in our city. The 110,000 square foot facility features three ice rinks, plus recreational and community multi-use spaces. Come work out in our large, light filled fitness centre with a variety of strength and cardio equipment.You can also take your fitness outside on the 400 meter walking track and two outdoor sports courts.

FACILITY AMENITIES

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Some amenities may be closed due to restrictions from Provincial Health Orders.

NORTH SURREY SPORT & ICE COMPLEX 10950 126A Street  604-591-4410 A multipurpose facility conveniently located across from the Scott Road SkyTrain station.This facility provides patrons with three sheets of ice, skate and helmet rentals, skate sharpening, food services, community meeting spaces, outdoor activity areas, a fitness centre, yoga studio and indoor cycling area.Three-hour free parking (registration required) for patrons.This fully accessible facility offers registered and drop-in programs for everyone in the community from preschool to seniors. Hours of Operation: Front Desk Hours Monday to Friday 6am–9pm Saturday 8am–9pm Sunday 8am–8pm Statutory holidays Closed Fitness Centre hours Monday to Friday 8am–8pm Saturday, Sunday 9am–3pm Pool: no The two closest are: Guildford Aquatic Centre 15105 105 Avenue Newton Recreation Centre 13730 72 Avenue Arena: Three sheets of ice Community meeting spaces Food services Outdoor activity areas Skate and helmet rental Skate sharpening Gymnasium: no Fitness Centre: 5,557 square feet Variety of strength training and cardio equipment Fitness Studios: 680 square feet of indoor cycling space 1,062 square feet of yoga/stretch/TRX, space Preschool: no The two closest facilities are: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue Youth Services: no The two closest facilities are: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue Seniors Services: no The two closest facilities are: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue

Accessibility: Para Ice Hockey accessible ice sheets, accessible seating areas, removable benches in the player’s boxes, plexiglass puck boards

CHUCK BAILEY RECREATION CENTRE  13458 107A Avenue  604-598-5898 This is a multipurpose facility conveniently located near the gateway Skytrain station. Free parking, free Wi-Fi, outdoor basketball, outdoor lacrosse & hockey box, plus surrey’s only Urban Screen.This fully accessible facility offers registered and drop-in programs for everyone in the community. Hours of Operation: Monday to Thursday 9am–9pm Friday, Saturday 9am–4pm Sunday Closed Statutory holidays Closed Pool: no The two closest are: Guildford Aquatic Centre 15105 105 Avenue Newton Recreation Centre 13730 72 Avenue Arena: no The two closest are: North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex Newton Arena 7120 136B Street Gymnasium: one Fitness Centre: The two closest are: North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex Guildford Fitness Studio: Fitness classes take place either in the gymnasium or in the multipurpose room. Preschool: Two dedicated preschool rooms Youth Services: Drop-in Table tennis, video games, flat screen TV, pool table, foosball table Outdoor covered skate park Seniors Services: Seniors lounge, garden area, outdoor patio areas with BBQ Sunrise Café Computer lab, billiards room Arts & crafts area with kiln Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue

Outdoor basketball, lacrosse/hockey box

BRIDGEVIEW COMMUNITY CENTRE  11475 126A Street  604-592-7081 Bridgeview Community Centre is currently closed to the public. Please check the website for reopening information and updates. Pool: no The two closest are: Guildford Aquatic Centre 15105 105 Avenue Newton Recreation Centre 13730 72 Avenue Arena: no The two closest are: North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex Newton Arena 7120 136B Street Gymnasium: one Fitness Centre: no The two closest fitness centres are: North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex Guildford Fitness Studio: no Fitness classes offered in a multipurpose room. The two closest fitness studios are: North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex Guildford Preschool: no The two closest are: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Guildford

Youth Services: Drop-in Multipurpose room with table tennis, foosball table, X-Box, Nintendo Wii, flat screen TV Outdoor basketball Tennis courts

Seniors Services: Drop-in Additional seniors services found at: Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue

Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue Children: MYzone /MYgame

Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue

Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue

January – March Thursday, Friday

THERE’S MORE! We offer a variety of registered programs for every age group, skill level and interest. From group fitness classes and weight training to swimming, skating, arts and beyond, we have a program to keep your entire family healthy, active and engaged.

CONNECT WITH YOUR CITY Here are a few quick and easy ways you can keep current, share and interact with us on matters that are important to you. NEWS & UPDATES surrey.ca/enews CONTACT surrey.ca/contacts FEEDBACK surrey.ca/comments CITYSPEAKS cityspeaks.ca

LOOK HERE FOR LISTINGS OF OUR REGISTERED PROGRAMS: Aquatics 22 – 27 Arenas 28 – 33 Sports 34 – 38 Fitness &Wellness 39 – 43 Arts & Culture 44 – 54 Day Camps 55 – 57 General Interest 58 – 71

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Boasting 38 distinct parks, Guildford and Fraser Heights offer a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. From the forest trails and salmon spawning creeks inTynehead Regional Park, to the tennis courts at Douglas Park and the picnic areas in the wide open grass in Guildford Heights Park, there’s something different to see and do at each of the area’s open air destinations. Guildford

RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES In addition to our indoor recreational facilities, the City of Surrey offers a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Get out and explore our nature trails and gardens, public tennis courts, youth parks, water parks, bike trails and more and stay active for life.

BIKE PARKS Suitable for intermediate to advanced riders, the forested area in Port Kells Park features a dirt jump track with seven jumps in total and two berm turns at both ends of the jumps. Invergarry Park is home to a vast forest and nature area, as well as one of the region’s largest and most popular downhill mountain bike parks. YOUTH PARKS Are you a skateboarder, BMX bike rider, in-line skater, or scooter-rider? Guildford has two skate parks where you can develop your skills and learn new tricks: GuildfordYouth Park and Fraser HeightsYouth Park. DOG OFF-LEASH AREAS Tynehead Regional Park and Fraserview Park offers a great place to let your pooch loose to run, play and enjoy a social environment. WATER PARKS Guildford’s Erma Stephenson spray park and water playground is open from mid- May until September 30. Spray parks are activated by push buttons when it is warmer than 20° Celsius. OUTDOOR POOLS Enjoy a free dip or take swim lessons at one of Guildford’s three outdoor pools: Holly, Port Kells and Hjorth Road. Pools are open during the summer months only. Check online for dates and operating hours. LIVE 5-2-1-0 PLAYBOX Currently unavailable for the winter. For information about the return of the program, email beactive@surrey.ca or call 604-501-5100.

GARDENS Community Gardens Guildford offers two community gardens: Holly Park and Lionel Courchene Park. For more information or to get involved, visit surrey.ca/ communitygardens. NATURE TRAILS Tynehead Regional Park consists of rolling meadow and forest on the banks of the Serpentine River providing an ideal habitat for owls, hawks and coyotes. The river offers views of spawning salmon. The new Surrey Bend Regional Park is located on one of the few remaining large, un-diked sections of the lower Fraser River, delivering a treasure trove of ecological sights and sounds. PICKLEBALL /TENNIS Check to see what public outdoor courts are located in your neighbourhood. Some are lit for night time use until 10:30pm. For more information visit surrey.ca/tennis-pickleball.

OUR FACILITIES Fraser Heights Recreation Centre Guildford Recreation Centre/Pool

10588 160 Street 604-592-6920 15105 105 Avenue 604-502-6360 15105 105 Avenue 604-598-7360 18885 88 Avenue 604-598-7440

Guildford Library Port Kells Library

INNVERGARRY PARK

ROBIN PARK

112 AVE

HUMMINGBIRD PARK

ELLENDALE PARK

ERMA STEPHENSON PARK

FRASER HEIGHTS PARK

108 AVE

Guildford Recreation Centre/Pool

Fraser Heights Recreation Centre

SURREY BEND REGIONAL PARK

WHALLEY RESERVOIR PARK

GUILDFORD LIBRARY

104 AVE

TO BARNSTON ISLAND

144 ST

148 ST

160 ST

152 ST

96 AVE

172 ST

92 AVE

R E C R E AT I ON C E N T R E S

GODWIN FARM BIODIVERSITY PRESERVE PARK

C OMMUN I T Y H A L L S & C E N T R E S

GUILDFORD

A R T I F I C I A L T U R F F I E L D S

PORT KELLS LIBRARY

88 AVE

168 ST

V E H I C L E PA R K I NG

WA S H R O OMS

184 ST

188 ST

192 ST

176 ST

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CHECK OUT YOUR Neighbourhood

The Lobby Multi-Purpose Corner The Lobby Multi-Purpose Corner is a space in the lower lobby of the Guildford Recreation Centre that provides a safe and positive environment for youth and others to get together and stay connected. Originally used by breakdance enthusiasts, this space is now home to dancers of different styles.

Features include new flooring, mirrors, and a built-in sound system, making the space more enjoyable. It’s free for anyone to use and can even be booked the same day at the front desk. It is a great space for people to practise dance movements and hang out with their friends this winter.

FACILITY AMENITIES

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Some amenities may be closed due to restrictions from Provincial Health Orders.

GUILDFORD RECREATION CENTRE  15105 105 Avenue  604-502-6360 Guildford Recreation Centre is a multipurpose facility, which offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, child minding services, toddler play area and free table tennis in the lobby. It is conveniently attached to the Guildford library and is next to the GuildfordTown Centre mall.This fully accessible facility offers registered and drop-in programs for everyone in the community from preschool to seniors. Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 6am–9pm Saturday, Sunday 6am–8pm Statutory holidays Check online Gymnasium: Three Preschool: Two preschool classrooms for licensed year-long preschool Youth Services: Drop-in Outdoor youth skate park

Pool: 50m Olympic size pool with two diving boards Moveable floor in the shallow end of the main pool Accessible leisure pool with slide for toddlers, water toys, spray features, lazy river Water slide Family friendly hot tub with wheelchair access Steam room, dry sauna see website for availability Universal change rooms Accessibility: accessible washrooms, over 20 accessible parking stalls, a hearing loop located in the upstairs multi- purpose room, adult- sized change table in the aquatics changing room, indoor track is accessible by elevator

Arena: no The two closest are: North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex 10950 126A Street Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex 16555 Fraser Highway

Fitness Studio: 2,000 square feet of floor space on a wood sprung floor Yoga mats, yoga blocks, stability balls, Bosu balls, step blocks, resistance bands and hand weights Indoor Cycling Studio: Drop-in and registered classes

Seniors Services: Drop-in: Lounge Cards Sports

Fitness Centre: Variety of strength training and cardio equipment/machines on two levels Functional training area with TRX & free weights Synrgy 360 Dedicated raised stretching platform Indoor running/walking track Personal training available Accessibility : wheelchair accessible, raised stretching mat, active/passive trainer, arm bike, recumbent elliptical, fitness progression medicine balls, dual cable cross machines, inclusive fitness kit, medicine ball rebounder

Games, TV, and ping pong tables

Blenz Coffee Cafe

Children: MYzone /MYgame January – March Tuesday

FRASER HEIGHTS RECREATION CENTRE  10588 160 Street  604-592-6920 Fraser Heights Recreation Centre is a multipurpose facility which offers free parking, lit tennis courts with practice wall and sports fields.This fully accessible facility offers registered and drop-in programs for everyone in the community from preschool to seniors. Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday 8am–8:30pm Saturday 8am–3pm Sunday Closed Statutory holidays Closed Pool: no The two closest are: Guildford Recreation Centre Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex 16555 Fraser Highway Arena: no The two closest are: Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex 16555 Fraser Highway North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex 10950 126A Street Fitness Studio: Dedicated fitness studio with wood sprung floor Yoga mats, yoga blocks, stability balls Preschool: Two dedicated licensed preschool classrooms - year long and extended hours preschool. Youth Services: Drop-in for preteens Drop-in for youth Outdoor skate park Basketball court Tennis courts Seniors Services: no The two closest are: Guildford Recreation Centre Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre 13458 107A Avenue

Gymnasium: two Fitness Centre: Variety of strength training and cardio equipment including machines and free weights Personal training available Accessibility Wheelchair accessible, raised stretching mat, arm bike, inclusive fitness kit

Children: MYzone /MYgame January – March Wednesday, Thursday

THERE’S MORE! We offer a variety of registered programs for every age group, skill level and interest. From group fitness classes and weight training to swimming, skating, arts and beyond, we have a program to keep your entire family healthy, active and engaged.

CONNECT WITH YOUR CITY Here are a few quick and easy ways you can keep current, share and interact with us on matters that are important to you. NEWS & UPDATES surrey.ca/enews CONTACT surrey.ca/contacts FEEDBACK surrey.ca/comments CITYSPEAKS cityspeaks.ca

LOOK HERE FOR LISTINGS OF OUR REGISTERED PROGRAMS: Aquatics 22 – 27 Arenas 28 – 33 Sports 34 – 38 Fitness &Wellness 39 – 43 Arts & Culture 44 – 54 Day Camps 55 – 57 General Interest 58 – 71

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Fleetwood

RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES In addition to our indoor recreational facilities, the City of Surrey offers a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. Get out and explore our nature trails and gardens, public tennis courts, youth parks, water parks, bike trails and more and stay active for life.

You’ll find a wide variety of recreational amenities in Fleetwood, both indoors and out. Every family member will find something to do, whether it’s taking the dog for a walk in one of 32 parks, kicking a soccer ball, enjoying a picnic or taking the little ones to the spray park. When it’s time to come inside, residents can stay active at one of two fitness centres, relax in the pool or play hockey at the arena.The options are endless.

GARDENS Horticultural Gardens A perfect place for family outings, special occasions or some relaxing down time, Fleetwood Gardens offers a kaleidoscope of colourful plants and floral displays. Explore the cherry walk, labyrinth and sculptural art, while enjoying the wildlife in and around Fleetwood Creek. Vertical Garden: Francis Park will welcome Surrey's second vertical garden in spring 2022. Youth and senior volunteers will help with garden care and harvesting. Produce from this garden will be donated to the Food Bank. YOUTH PARKS The FleetwoodYouth Park is located at the Surrey Sports & Leisure Complex. It is plaza style, featuring a drop in, mini quarter pipe; slappy wall with rails; as well as boxes, free standing rails and a small amphitheatre with edges. The park also has a basketball half- court with lots of seating.

NATURE TRAILS Take a 30-minute stroll along the 1.8 kilometre nature trail around Fleetwood Park, offering visitors peaceful reflection within its urban forest. More beauty can be found in the tranquil setting of the Charles Richardson Nature Reserve—one of the best places in the City to see waterfowl. The Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park, which is home to a variety of bird life, offers a looping trail network where you can explore natural assets including riparian areas, rare trees, an old fruit garden and a pond. DOG OFF-LEASH AREAS Freedom Dog Park lives up to its name, providing over 1.25 hectares (3 acres) of open space for free running your dog. The park provides a balanced terrain with lots of grass and open gravel areas as well as a looping trail through the forest. Fleetwood water playground and spray park, and then enjoy a picnic and wildlife spotting around Fleetwood Creek. City of Surrey spray parks are activated by push buttons when it is warmer than 20 degrees Celsius PICKLEBALL /TENNIS Check to see what public outdoor courts are located in your neighbourhood. Some are lit for night time use until 10:30pm. For more information visit surrey.ca/tennis-pickleball. LIVE 5-2-1-0 PLAYBOX Currently unavailable for the winter. For information about the return of the program, email beactive@surrey.ca or call 604-501-5100. WATER PARKS Cool off at the popular

OUR FACILITIES

15996 84 Avenue 604-501-5030 16555 Fraser Hwy 604-501-5950 16555 Fraser Hwy 604-501-5881 15996 84 Avenue 604-598-7340

Fleetwood Community Centre Surrey Sport & Leisure - Aquatic Surrey Sport & Leisure - Arenas

Fleetwood Library

96 AVE

SERPENTINE HEIGHTS PARK

92 AVE

GODWIN FARM BIODIVERSITY PRESERVE PARK

150 ST

148 ST

FLEETWOOD

88 AVE

FROST ROAD PARK

84 AVE

FLEETWOOD LIBRARY

Fleetwood Community Centre

Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex Pool/Arena

FRANCIS PARK

MORNINGSIDE PARK

COAST MERIDIAN PARK

WALNUT PARK

80 AVE

R E C R E AT I ON C E N T R E S

C OMMUN I T Y H A L L S & C E N T R E S

A R T I F I C I A L T U R F F I E L D S

76 AVE

V E H I C L E PA R K I NG

156 ST

164 ST

WA S H R O OMS

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MYgame Less screen time and more play time. Register your child for MYgame; an after-school drop-in program from 5-6pm designed for children eight to 12 years. Play games and enjoy activities and sports with other children in the community. Games include cards, board games and various sports. Keep your child occupied this winter and get them involved in the fun when school’s finished for the day! CHECK OUT YOUR Neighbourhood

FACILITY AMENITIES

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Some amenities may be closed due to restrictions from Provincial Health Orders.

FLEETWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE  15996 84 Avenue  604-501-5030 Fleetwood Community Centre is a multipurpose facility with free parking, free Wi-Fi and two community halls.The Fleetwood Community Centre is directly adjacent to Francis Park and the Fleetwood Library, making it an ideal destination for recreation.This fully accessible facility offers registered and drop-in programs for everyone in the community from

preschool to seniors. Hours of Operation: Monday to Thursday 8am–8pm Friday 8am–5pm Saturday 8am–12pm Sunday Closed Statutory holidays Closed Fitness Centre Hours: Monday to Thursday 8am–8pm Friday 8am–5pm Saturday 8am–12pm Sunday Closed Statutory holidays Closed

Pool: no The two closest are: Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex Newton Recreation Centre 13730 72 Avenue

Arena: no The two closest are: Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex Newton Arena 7120 136B Street

Gymnasium: no Fitness Centre: Variety of strength training and cardio equipment including machines and free weights Personal training available Accessibility : wheelchair accessible, recumbent elliptical, fitness progression medicine balls, dual cable cross machines, inclusive fitness kit

Fitness Studio: Two fitness rooms for group fitness classes

Preschool: Three licensed preschool rooms

Youth Services: Youth drop-in Preteen drop-in

Seniors Services: Seniors programs are held in multipurpose rooms There is no dedicated seniors lounge at this facility. The two closest are: Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue Newton Seniors Centre 13775 70 Avenue

Children: MYzone /MYgame

January – March Monday, Tuesday

SURREY SPORT & LEISURE COMPLEX  16555 Fraser Highway  604-501-5950 Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex is a multipurpose facility which offers free parking, and free Wi-Fi.This fully accessible facility offers registered and drop-in programs for everyone in the community from preschool to seniors. Hours of Operation: Pool and Fitness Centre: Monday to Friday 6am–10pm Saturday, Sunday 6am–8pm Statutory holidays Check online Pool: 50m Olympic size pool with two diving boards Leisure pool with 160 foot water slide, tumble buckets Fitness Studio: Currently unavailable, please check online for updates or at front desk Preschool: Preschool programs are currently available at Fleetwood Community Centre Youth Services: Skate park

Arena: Three full size rinks Three multipurpose rooms Wheelchair accessible on ground level Skate & helmet rental/ skate sharpening Accessibility: wheelchair accessible on both levels, rink 1 & 3 accessible for para ice hockey, rink 3 accessible viewing platform for spectators

Gymnasium: no Fitness Centre: Variety of strength training and cardio equipment including machines and free weights TRX Dedicated stretching platform Personal training available Accessibility : wheelchair accessible, raised stretching mat, recumbent elliptical, fitness progression medicine balls, inclusive fitness kit

Seniors Services: Seniors programs are available at Fleetwood Community Centre, but the closest dedicated lounge is at: Guildford Recreation Centre 15105 105 Avenue

and water toys Small tot slide Moveable floor in the shallow end of the main pool Swirl pool Sauna/steam rooms Universal change rooms Accessibility : adult change table (adjustable height), automatic doors to changing rooms, accessible shower stalls, two aquatic wheelchairs, ramp access into leisure pool, portable lift (400lb capacity), removable stairs for the main pool

Children: The closest MYzone/ MYgame facility is: Fleetwood Community Centre

Booster Juice Monday to Friday Saturday, Sunday

6am–10pm 6am–8pm

THERE’S MORE! We offer a variety of registered programs for every age group, skill level and interest. From group fitness classes and weight training to swimming, skating, arts and beyond, we have a program to keep your entire family healthy, active and engaged.

CONNECT WITH YOUR CITY Here are a few quick and easy ways you can keep current, share and interact with us on matters that are important to you. NEWS & UPDATES surrey.ca/enews CONTACT surrey.ca/contacts FEEDBACK surrey.ca/comments CITYSPEAKS cityspeaks.ca

LOOK HERE FOR LISTINGS OF OUR REGISTERED PROGRAMS: Aquatics 22 – 27 Arenas 28 – 33 Sports 34 – 38 Fitness &Wellness 39 – 43 Arts & Culture 44 – 54 Day Camps 55 – 57 General Interest 58 – 71

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