Spark your creativity by registering for our art programs or attend an event, or explore our civic facilities.

Programs and Activities

Explore and sign up for cultural activities happening in the city.

Existing customers

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Registration by phone is available. Call 604-501-5100, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm and Sunday from 9pm to 11pm and a customer service representative will be happy to help you.

If you need to cancel your registration, log in to your account and follow our How to Cancel Your Activity video.

Alternatively, you can call 604-501-5100, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm and Sundays from 9pm to 11pm and a customer service representative can cancel your registration for you.

Get help and find more information on how to register for classes on the Registration Help page.

Browse available activities

Discover what programs are currently offered in Surrey.

Art in Motion


Keep your creativity alive at home! Check out Surrey Art Gallery's Art Takeout courses, free video art lessons by local artists in different mediums, and live phone events. 

Collage with Jinsil Haveliwalla

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Recording Sessions

Book time with our Community Recording Sessions to record your own show! Brought to you by Surrey Civic Theatres.

Young Peoples Opera Society Recording Session at Surrey Arts Centre

Major Events & Festivals

Surrey produces several major events every year, including Party for the Planet, Surrey Canada Day, Surrey Fusion Festival and Surrey Tree Lighting Festival. 

Fusion Festival

Explore Surrey's Cultural Venues

Download the Theatre, Arts & Heritage in Surrey Guide to discover all the amazing performing arts, visual arts, and museums located in Surrey. Our many theatres, galleries, museums and public artworks highlight our diverse cultural communities.

Checking out the Nature's Clothesline exhibit