Book a ‘Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus’ in Surrey

Popular events held at five community centres from Dec. 3 to 17

Photo of girl posted to the City of Surrey's website.

SURREY — Five community centres in Surrey will host popular “Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus” events next month.

The children-focused gatherings will be held at the following locations, each identified with the code number for registration purposes via the City of Surrey’s website:

• Fraser Heights Recreation Centre, on Saturday, Dec. 3, code 4489563.

• Cloverdale Recreation Centre, on Saturday, Dec. 10, code 4488726.

• Fleetwood Community Centre, on Saturday, Dec. 10, code 4489025.

• South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre, on Saturday, Dec. 10 (9 and 10:30 a.m. seating times), code 4490111.

• Bridgeview Community Centre, on Saturday, Dec. 17, code 4488691.

To register for one (or more) of the events, call 604-501-5100 and reference the course code listed, or visit Surrey.ca/culture-recreation/20975.aspx for details.

Adults are $4 per person, children two years and older are $8 per person, and children under two years of age are free.

CLICK HERE to register.

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