Celebrate BC Youth Week in Surrey With Free Activities for Youth Happening All Week Long
The City of Surrey is celebrating B.C. Youth Week from May 1 – 7 with lots of fun, free activities to help youth explore their interests, accomplishments, and diversity.
Surrey, B.C. – The City of Surrey is celebrating B.C. Youth Week from May 1 – 7 with lots of fun, free activities to help youth explore their interests, accomplishments, and diversity. The activities run throughout the week and have been developed for youth aged 10 to 18 years old.
“The City of Surrey is happy to participate in B.C. Youth Week and help youth connect with their community and discover all the City has to offer,” said Mayor Brenda Locke. “I invite and encourage our youth to try one of our many activities and celebrate what makes them unique.”
From a Super Smash Brothers tournament to skatepark demos and paint night, Surrey youth will be able to find free events to suit their individual interests at various locations around the city, including the SASSY Awards at City Hall on May 2 to recognize exceptional youth in our community.
BC Youth Week is a provincial celebration of youth held annually during the first week of May. The celebration is intended to build a strong connection between youth and their communities.
For a full list of events and how to register, visit surrey.ca/youthweek.