Thank you for exploring nature with us this spring! From self-guided activities such as Park Crawls to 100 different in-person and online programs and events, there was something for everyone to explore Surrey parks. Over 1000 people learned how to fish and identify native plants, explored parks, trails and gardens, watched birds and discovered owls, and celebrated bees and other pollinators. 

Surrey’s Environmental Extravaganza is a long-running series of free environmental programs that run from April to June each year, hosted in collaboration with our community partners. Discover how you can connect with nature all year-round.

Ongoing Programs

Check out these two ongoing programs to continue exploring nature in Surrey. 

Outdoor Storytime at the Surrey Nature Centre | Every Tuesday, 10:00–10:45am 

Join us for storytime at the Surrey Nature Centre and stay for an outdoor activity after. Storytime happens rain or shine, and children must be accompanied by an adult.  

Location: Surrey Nature Centre (14225 Green Timbers Way) 

Hosted by Surrey Parks. Register online.  

YouTube Nature Storytime | Anytime after May 24

Join Librarian Leslee as she celebrates Environmental Extravaganza with a YouTube Nature Storytime.

Hosted by Surrey Libraries. 

Spring Highlights

Our community partners hosted over 100 different programs and events this spring. Here are just a few highlights!

Our Community Partners

The Environmental Extravaganza wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of our community partners. Their hard work brings this fun and informative series to you each year. Check out their environmental contributions in Surrey and learn how you can get involved.

Thank you to our community partners!