Find fun and low cost activities for children and teens.

City of Surrey – Youth Programs
Variety of events and  programs across Surrey. Check the website for the latest. Free recreation centre youth membership gives you access to drop-in activities and to our youth spaces. 

Family & Teen Programming @ YMCA (Tong Louie Family YMCA)
14988-57 Avenue Surrey, BC V3S 7S6
Tel: 604-575-9622
The YMCA has a wide range of fun programming for all ages. Combined with the YMCA Financial Assistance program there are a lot of great and affordable options for all.

Family Resource Program
For parents, grandparents or caregivers of children (birth to 6 years old) who want to connect with other families and learn from Early Childhood Educators. There are also listings for each of the Family Resource Programs locations in the education brochure.

Fraser Heights Chess Club
10929 160 Street, Surrey BC
Club accommodates children at a wide range of chess ability. Great place to develop new chess abilities. Also offer classes for kids that mix science and math with chess.

Tel: 1-877-616-6600
Provides grants to help children participate in a wide range of sports. Application done online.

KidSport – Surrey/White Rock
PO Box 39536 White Rock, Surrey BC   V4A 0A9
Tel: 604-788-9006
Provides grants for registration fees so that all kids can play organized sports. Similar programs also offered in Langley, Delta and New Westminster.

Langley Youth Hub
6275 203rd Street Langley BC
Tel: 604-546-1130
Have a variety of recreation programs for youths (ages 12-24), as well as programs addressing substance use, mental health, job seeking, and life skills. LGBTQ2S+ drop in.

R.E.C. For Kids Society
Tel: 604-598-0322
Provides reconditioned sports and recreational equipment to children in need. Children are provided equipment through referral agencies including schools and social services organizations. If interested ask at your child’s school.

Reach Program @ PCRS
City Centre Youth Hub: 10453 Whalley Blvd Surrey
Tel: 604-587-8100
Newton Youth Resource Centre: #114 - 13479 76th Ave Surrey, BC
Tel: 604-592-6200​
Program offers individualized services to empower and support newcomer youth between the agesof 13 to 24 to settle into their communities. Youth Settlement Outreach Workers provide one to one casemanagement and outreach support (in first language as needed). The REACH staff will support youth and their families toprovide information and connection to various community resources, access tocommunity recreational activities, community events, homework clubs and support youth to develop a positive social network.

Red Fox Recreation & Leadership Programs
Tel: 604-343-6536
Provides fun all-ages recreation programs for children and families. Also have leadership and employment skills programs for teens at schools across Surrey. All programs are free for participants. Contact Red Fox to find a current list of locations. 

Surrey Libraries
All programs are free and open to all. You can see what is coming up on our website or grab a paper calendar next time you are at your local library.

Surrey Nature Centre
14225 Green Timbers Way, Surrey, BC V3T 0J2
Tel: 604-502-6065
Fun programs and events for all ages and a chance to explore the natural beauty of Green Timbers.  Enjoy daily activities, including borrowing a themed discovery backpack, borrowing a fishing rod for free (16 years and older require a fishing license), or listening to a nature storytime.  Indoor space where you can play and learn at your own pace with a variety materials and opportunities for hands-on exploration.

Surrey Youth Resource Centres @ PCRS
#114 - 13479 76th Ave Surrey, BC (Newton)
Tel: 604-592-6200
10453 Whalley Blvd Surrey (City Centre)
Tel: 604-587-8100
Provides a wide range of services for youth ages 13 through 24 at two locations: Newton and City Centre. Alternative education programs, alcohol and drug programs, family support programs, and support programs. All programs are free.

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Surrey Libraries does not endorse or promote particular resources or programs, and inclusion here does not imply the Library’s endorsement.