Pulse of the City: Places To Go, Things To Do
Here are this week’s events for you and your friends and family to enjoy! Keep an eye out for the Pulse FM Street Team, powered by FREEWAY MAZDA.
Looking for plans on Friday nights? Join us for an evening filled with family-fun at recreation facilities in Cloverdale! All events are free to attend.
Bring your pillows and blankets and join us for a Family Movie Nights at Clayton Hall on the following dates:
November 23 at 6:30pm to 8:30pm – December 14 at 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Join a local naturalist for a series of free monthly walks (September through May) to discover Surrey’s birds. Learn how these amazing creatures are adapted to their habitat and why our local urban parks are so important for their survival. Become familiar with many birds species and their habitats, improve your identification skills and find answers to all your birding questions!
These walks are drop-in, rain or shine. Please dress for the weather and bring a pair of binoculars and a field guide, if you have them.
Walk along the grassy dyke trails while scanning the open water for migrating waterfowl. From King George Boulevard, turn west onto 44 Avenue and proceed to the parking lot on the left.
Saturday, December 15, 2018 9am – 11am
Hawthorne Rotary Park(10503 144 Street)
Explore shaded forest, flower gardens and a pond while looking for birds. Meet in the playground parking lot north of 104A Avenue.
Saturday, January 19, 2019 9am – 11am
Elgin Heritage Park (13601 Crescent Road)
Enjoy views of the Nicomekl River while looking for shorebirds and other winter residents. Explore a variety of habitats as you walk through forest, meadow, and fresh- and saltwater marsh. The parking lot entrance is on the north side of Crescent Road, west of 136 Street.
Saturday, February 16, 2019 9am – 11am
Godwin Farm Biodiversity Preserve Park (9016 164 Street)
Look for birds in the old fields, orchard, pond and forest in one of Surrey’s newest parks. Meet at the parking lot off of 164 Street.
Saturday, March 16, 2019 9am – 11am
Surrey Nature Centre at Green Timbers(14225 Green Timbers Way)
Start by observing the bird feeders at the Surrey Nature Centre, and then walk along forested trails to Green Timbers Lake. Meet in the Surrey Nature Centre’s parking lot.
Saturday, April 20, 2019 9am – 11am
Redwood Park (17900 20 Avenue)
See how local birds use the arboretum, a collection of trees from around the world. Meet in the parking lot off of 20 Avenue.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 9am – 11am
Surrey Lake Park (7500 152 Street)
Search for birds in the lake, meadow, marsh and forest habitats of this diverse park. The parking lot can only be entered from northbound 152 Street.
Join us at a preschool open house and learn about preschool programs in Surrey for your children ages 3 to 5. Our staff will be on site to answer all of your questions. Feel free to bring your children so they can check out the preschool environment.
|January 12||Newton Athletic Pavilion||10am-12pm|
|January 16||Newton Recreation Centre||5pm-7pm|
|January 22||Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre||5:30pm-7:30pm|
|January 23||Fraser Heights Recreation Centre||5:30pm-7:30pm|
|January 23||South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre||5:30pm-7:30pm|
|January 23||Elgin Centre||5:30pm-7:30pm|
|January 24||Kensington Prairie Community Centre||5:30pm-7:30pm|
|January 24||Guildford Recreation Centre||5:30pm-7:30pm|
|January 26||Fraser Heights Recreation Centre||11am-1pm|
|January 26||Surrey Nature Centre||10am-12pm|
|January 26||Guildford Recreation Centre||9:30am-11:30am|
|January 26||Fleetwood Community Centre||1pm-3pm|
|January 26||Cloverdale Recreation Centre||10am-12pm|
|January 26||Don Christian Recreation Centre||10am-12pm|
|January 26||Cloverdale Mini Recreation Centre (17685 58 Avenue)||10am-12pm|
|January 26||Clayton Hall||10am-12pm|
Tap your feet and clap to the beat of French Canada at Fort Langley National Historic Site’s annual winter festival.
Enliven a grey January weekend with the unique folklore and culture of the voyageurs and fur traders who lived at 19th-century Fort Langley. Learn a Métis dance, attend a French 101 lesson, join our Fur Trade Wedding and fill up on delicious maple taffy and poutine while listening to live Voyageur-style music.
Mark your calendars for the Wickenheiser World Female Hockey Festival being held at arenas across the City from January 31 to February 3, 2019. Celebrating women in hockey, this female hockey tournament brings together teams from as far as Atlantic Canada and the United States. Tournament schedule coming soon! Cost: Various
Surrey Sport and Leisure Complex Arena, 16555 Fraser Highway
Cloverdale Arena, 6090 176 Street
Newton Arena, 7120 136B Street
North Surrey Arena, 10275 City Parkway
South Surrey Arena, 2199 148 Street
Schedule coming soon
Bring your detective hat and track down clues at Surrey Art Gallery Association’s first art scavenger hunt. Discover artworks SAGA has supported the Gallery in acquiring, such as Keith Rice-Jones’s Monumental Sculptures. Have fun with friends and family as you complete the challenge! It’s Free.
Surrey Art Gallery Association (SAGA) is a non-profit society that offers its members the opportunity to participate in and respond to contemporary art, and be part of a community that actively supports Surrey Art Gallery.
Come and learn the traditions of the families at Fort Langley – from varied backgrounds like Scottish, Hawaiian, First Nations and Metis to name a few, the workers embraced their cultures here! Join us for our Feature presentation on First Nations resources, make some Scottish bannock during our Food Program, or challenge your skills playing ‘Ulu Maika – a game meant to train Hawaiian warriors!