Spring Forward & Discover New Interests This Season in Surrey
Whether you’re looking to develop a unique skill or discover your next passion, City of Surrey offers a variety of programs and activities for all ages and abilities.
As spring draws near, with the prospect of fresh starts and exciting opportunities in tow, there’s never been a greater time to embrace the spirit of the season and explore a new interest! Whether you’re looking to develop a unique skill or discover your next passion, City of Surrey offers a variety of programs and activities for all ages and abilities. Here are some of our latest seasonal offerings that’ll help strengthen your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing to enjoy a happier, healthier lifestyle.
The floor is yours
Temperatures are rising—not only outdoors, but indoors as well. The once-icy surfaces of Cloverdale Arena, Newton Arena, and North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex will soon be transformed to facilitate new dry floor programs! From March 16 to early September, little ones and their parents can experience a rolling good time during ‘Wheeling Wonders’ (ages 0-5)—which offers kids a chance to develop skills on their own bike, scooter, skateboard or other wheeled device amid a safe, non-structured environment.
For older kids, ‘Ball Hockey’ (ages 6–12 & 13–18) offers both seasoned players and beginners an opportunity to connect with others, form a team and enjoy the thrill of non-contact gameplay. Just be sure to bring your hockey gloves, stick, runners and CSA approved helmet with full cage to participate.
Let the vibrant colours and pleasant sounds of spring serve as your muse for artistic exploration this season. During ‘Watercolour Landscapes’ (ages 18+), you’ll learn perspective, value and colour to create beautiful art that reflects the world around you. Alternatively, ‘Ukulele Beginner’ (ages 18+), offers an introductory course for budding musicians that teaches chords, finger placement and more to get you into the rhythm of things.
Perfect for the young visionary in your life, ‘Kid Architects’ (ages 7–11) draws upon globally-revered architecture to channel your child’s creativity and inspire them to construct imaginary worlds. Your architect-in-the-making will use drawing and painting techniques to experiment, plan and construct miniature buildings and cities, using clay and mixed-media materials.
Spring into action
Looking for a fun and effective way to stay active this spring? Our diverse fitness classes offer something for everyone! Utilize your body weight to enhance your core strength and flexibility during ‘TRX Suspension Training’ (ages 19+). This unique, strength-based workout will help you develop a consistent fitness routine, while boosting energy levels and reducing stress.
Moms looking to achieve their fitness goals through stretching and breathwork are sure to enjoy ‘Mom and Baby Yoga’ (ages 19+) this spring. Amidst a supportive environment, you’ll learn to strengthen your body and connect with your little one through playful yoga postures that promote physical and emotional development for both parties. A fitting way to celebrate Mother’s Day, this unique bonding opportunity requires no previous yoga experience!
Though spring offers us some sunny days, the weather can remain unpredictable at times. Stay active and take shelter from the storms with ‘Indoor Cycling’ (ages 19+). Featuring a variety of drills, including hills, sprints and intervals, this non-impact workout helps you train with precision. Improve your cardiovascular fitness, enhance your abilities and peddle your way to a healthier you this season!
Broaden your horizons
With a sense of hope and renewal in the air, spring presents a wonderful time to explore new interests and discover new hobbies. Regardless of your age, ability or lifestyle, City of Surrey has something for everyone; find what speaks to you and pursue personal growth this season!
Spring program registration
Spring program registration begins on February 25 at 9pm for most programs and March 10 at 9pm for aquatics programs. Get ahead of the game and start planning your spring activities now; browse programs early with our digital spring recreation guide—or pick up a physical copy at one of our recreation centres, libraries or City Hall, beginning February 17.
Register for all the programs above at Activities Registration.
604-501-5100 (Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm)