Ready to Party for the Planet? The City of Surrey is hosting it’s 9th annual Earth Day celebration. Join us for BC’s biggest Earth Day celebration on Saturday April 13that Surrey’s Civic Plaza from 10am to 6pm. Party for the Planet is a FREE event and will feature the new Live Green World, environmental workshops, a sustainable marketplace, an acoustic concert series, local vendors, food trucks, and many more festival attractions.
There will also be an Adventure Zone with a free zipline, rock climbing wall, road hockey, and food trucks.
Presented by TD Bank, they will be offering 1,000 complimentary succulents to attendees! Looking to purchase some plants? This year’s tree and plant sale will offer native trees for $20 each, and plants will range from $2 to $4.
Live music will be heard all throughout the event! Here is this year’s performance lineup:
Colin Bullock, Harlequin Gold, and Bobs & Lolo at TD Main Stage
A DJ in The Adventure Zone
Acoustic performances in Live Green World and City Hall Atrium
Are you doing some New Year cleaning and want to safely shred away your old documents? The Surrey Food Bank and the Surrey RCMP are hosting a Shred-a-thon! Bring your confidential documents on Saturday February 9th 2019 from 10am to 2pm and have them safely shredded at the Safeway parking lot at 10355 King George Blvd. It’s a free event but donations of cash or non-perishable food items will be gratefully accepted!
UPDATE: If it snows, there will be a snowball fight!
Help us Raise The Roof for the homeless and drop off donations of scarves, socks, or gloves for the annual Toque Tuesday Hockey event! There will also be Raise The Roof swag available for purchase, ranging from $15-$20 each. Firefighters will also be on site selling hotdogs this year! Every little bit helps as this event aids in keeping those in need stay warm this winter.
Come join us on Tuesday February 5th, 2019 for Toque Tuesday. The event will be held at Surrey’s City Hall Civic Plaza at 9:00am
If you have a team that would like to participate in this event, please contact Tyler Lee, the Supervisor of the Pacific Community Resources Society. Tyler can be reached at his email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no charge to participate, but teams are requested to purchase a Toque Tuesday toque or other Raise The Roof swag.
Don’t have a team? No worries! Please feel free to stop by and support those in need in our neighbourhood by cheering on your favourite team, dropping off donations, and purchasing Raise The Roof swag. Toque Tuesday is a great event for helping provide warmth for the homeless during the winter.
The movie scheduled for tonight (Saturday, August 11) is ON! We are not going to let a few clouds and drizzle stop us from showing “COCO” a popular Academy Award-winning family film. Fun starts at 5pm. Movie will start at dusk (with the clouds in the sky, that should be between 8:50-9:00pm).
Spend your lunch break with sunshine and tunes. Central City’s Noontime Notes has returned to the Central City Plaza. On July 3 to August 3, enjoy live music every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This 24-concert series is free for all ages.
Discover a variety of musical offerings—from rock and country, to jazz and folk. Discover local musicians like rock artist Taylor James and Celtic folk guitarist Pat Chessell. For a full schedule, visit centralcity.ca/event/noontime-notes.
On July 11, Knight and Day Restaurant is hosting the annual Community Safety Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. The breakfast and seminar will take place at 9677 King George Boulevard.
Learn how to spot counterfeit bills from guest speaker Farid Sajli. As part of the Bank of Canada’s currency awareness and education team, he is experienced in detecting various forms of counterfeit. Farid has taught police and merchants how to identify fake bills and prevent debit card, cheque and other currency fraud.
This event is free for Downtown Surrey BIA members—anyone that runs a business within the DSBIA boundaries.
Ryley and Chloe are back with another fun-raiser! This time, it’s full of sweets, sparkles, and sunshine.
Come out with your family and friends to the Glitter Unicorn Festival on July 14 at Forsyth Park from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. Delight in unicorn-themed crafts like glitter tattoos, unicorn slime, and face painting. Cool down with frozen treats while enjoying fun games and upbeat music.
Bring your empty bottles and cans for recycling. All proceeds will be donated to the Surrey Food Bank.
The Canucks Autism Network is celebrating their 10th Birthday Party at the Surrey Civic Plaza on July 7. This inclusive, free event will run from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Enjoy outdoor inflatables, family-friendly activities, vendors and food trucks, photo opportunities with the Canucks mascot (FIN), and a chance to meet local celebrities.
The Birthday Festival will also host sensory-friendly hours from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. This session will offer smaller crowds, shorter line-ups, and reduced volume to accommodate individuals with sensory sensitivities. RSVP to attend sensory friendly hours at canucksautism.ca/bdayRSVP.
Are you ready for an afternoon with music, delicious food vendors, and local businesses?
Come out on Saturday, July 7 for the fourth annual Whalley’s Corner Community Festival. Find us at the corner of 108 Avenue and King George Boulevard from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Explore the unique history of the Whalley community. Photos and newspaper articles will give you a snapshot of Whalley’s past at the Whalley Historical Tent. There will also be a Vintage Firetruck from the Surrey Firefighters.
Want to see what your local business vendors and organizations have to offer? Visit the variety of booths at the festival for the opportunity to support local businesses and buy well-made crafts and other goods.
If you’re feeling hungry, try out one of the many ethnic food vendors that will be on site. Be sure to pick up your fresh produce at the Farmer’s Market. Visit the Kid’s Area for a chance to play fun games. Spend the day enjoying live music performances as you experience all these wonderful activities.
Come enjoy this free, family-friendly event and get to know your Whalley community.
For two summers, the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association (DSBIA) has created placemaking activities for positive community participation. You may have seen some: the #LOVE ball, Sweet Surrey or the live piano music at Surrey Central Skytrain Station.
This summer will be no different. The DSBIA wanted to create something beyond the concrete buildings of Downtown Surrey where there is an existing variety of coffee shops, parks and restaurants.
What is something Downtown Surrey doesn’t have? A beach!
With that, we introduce the Pop-Up Beach. You bring the sunglasses, we bring the beach.
This pop-up simulates a mini beach with a beautiful backdrop of the oceanside. It will include beach props such as chairs and a variety of pool accessories. To make the experience more immersive, there will be sounds of ocean waves and perhaps even the occasional seagull call.
Did you know that studies suggest that taking a vacation increases productivity? Even more, it decreases stress and improves overall mental health. We’re bringing a vacation to you and going to the beach has never been so easy. Pop by for quick break during work or summer school. We all want to enjoy paradise, so take a photo at the pop-beach and share it with your friends.
Pop-up beach is happening on Tuesday, June 12. From 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., find us in front of the North Surrey Recreation Centre near Surrey Central Station.