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  • Bowen Island (4615275)
  • Start Date:  Sep-17-2018
  • Days:  Mon
  • Time:  9:00 AM - 4:45 PM
  • Age Group:  Arts and General - Adult and 55+
  • Ages:  55 Years +
  • Location:  Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
  • Fee:  $58.00
  • Sessions:  2

A delightful day-long outing to Bowen Island. Enjoy lunch at the restaurant of your choice in Snug Cover followed by a guided tour (on the bus) of historic highlights of the island, Killarney Lake, and the boutiques of Artisan Square.

  16 spots available

Stroll through one of Vancouver's most beautiful Christmas display sparkling with three million twinkling lights! Purchase a hot drink or a bag of hot buttery popcorn as you board the Stanley Park train and take in all the beautiful displays, holiday lights and live music performance.

  15 spots available

You'll start your day with a tour at the Capilano Salmon Hatchery followed by a quick trip to Cleveland Dam for breath-taking views of our watershed and the Lions. Next - Bring your appetite to the famous Tomahawk Restaurant featured in 'Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives' ! A historic North Shore site with amazing First Nations artwork throughout the diner. And..Bryan Adams had an after-school job here washing dishes!

  16 spots available

  • Dining Out - Fresgo Inn Restaurant (4617810)
  • Start Date:  Jul-26-2018
  • Days:  Thu
  • Time:  5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Age Group:  Arts and General - Adult and 55+
  • Ages:  55 Years +
  • Location:  Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
  • Fee:  $0.00
  • Sessions:  1

Meet at the Restaurant.Fresgo Inn Restaurant10102 King George Blvd

  23 spots available

Experience Granville Island Public Market specializing in an array of fresh catches, homemade concoctions and vibrant stalls brimming with fresh produce and tastes! Stroll through Olympic Village, one of the greenest communities in the world and home to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games accommodations. Enjoy lunch at the Flying Pig and then a scenic walk through Queen Elizabeth Park where you can experience the downtown skyline set against the Northshore mountains as well as the Bloedel Conservatory which houses over 200 types of birds.

  52 spots available

Travel to Fort Langley to Tracycakes Bakery Café for a wonderfuldelight:assorted finger sandwiches, mini quiches, pastries, fresh fruit, loose leaf tea and artisan roasted coffee. Enjoy free time to explore the many quaint boutiques and antique shops in this scenic historic area. On our way back to Surrey we will stop at Sherlock's The British Store a purveyor of the highest quality British food and goods available. It's almost as good as popping into a real British grocery store!

  54 spots available

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.

  50 spots available

The Museum of Anthropology houses one of the finest displays of Northwest Coast First Nations arts in a 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.

  49 spots available

Become a child again and explore The Vancouver Aquarium, home to thousands of incredible ocean species and amazing aquatic life. Next enjoy a drive through Stanley Park and Gastown as we head to Chinatown for a tour and lunch at the very popular Floata Seafood restaurant. Lastly we will take a drive by Science World, '86 Expo Site, False Creek and English Bay before heading home.

  54 spots available

Explore the quaint historic fishing village of Steveston where you'll find two National Historic Sites, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery and the Britannia Shipyards. On our private tour, we will experience what life was like for workers in Steveston's fishing industries a century ago plus enjoy salmon tasting, Japanese Tea and bannock. After, enjoy lunch at the Cannery Café, a casual diner in Steveston Village which is well known for great breakfasts, brunch and lunch!

  52 spots available

Visit the newly renovated and expanded Museum of Surrey which is 3 times as large as the previous museum. Afterwards, take a tour of the Historic Stewart Farm and enjoy an afternoon tea complete with farm-baked scones served by a costumed guide. Afternoon tea and scones are included in the tour, but please also bring a light lunch.

  20 spots available

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  • Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
  • Area:  North Surrey
  • Types of Facilities:  Community Gardens, Galleries, Gymnasiums, Lobby, Meeting Rooms, Multi-Purpose Room, Parking Lot, Parks, Skate Parks, Sports Courts

  • Newton Seniors Centre
  • Area:  Newton
  • Types of Facilities:  Auditoriums, Lobby, Meeting Rooms, Multi-Purpose Room, Parking Lot, Recreation Centres

  • South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre
  • Area:  South Surrey
  • Types of Facilities:  Arts Centres, Gymnasiums, Kitchens, Lobby, Meeting Rooms, Multi-Purpose Room, Parking Lot, Parks, Recreation Centres, Weight Rooms