Hop on over to these Easter events in Surrey

Rec centres busy this week and next with Easter-related events

Easter is celebrated on March 27.

SURREY — Looking for something to do to celebrate Easter?

The City of Surrey has some ideas, as shown on its website and detailed below.

To register for one of the events, click here to enter the course codes shown below, or call 604-501-5100:

“Hop on over to a Surrey Recreation centre near you for variety of fun Easter events. There will be Easter-themed activities for everyone to enjoy. We’ll take care of the Easter egg hunt – all you have to do is bring your family or friends out!

Bridgeview Community Centre

Saturday, March 19  10:00AM – 11:00AM

Bridgeview Easter Egg Hunt

Get creative and make your own Easter egg basket and then join us for an excellent egg hunt! Bring the whole family for games, crafts and fun!

Cost: Free!

Guildford Recreation Centre

Thursday, March 24th 11:00AM – 1:00PM

Easter Bunny Hop 55+

Join us for an afternoon tea, Easter inspired treats and more. Participate in an Easter themed scavenger hunt for a chance to win a prize.

Cost: 1 Session Members $5 | Non Members $6

Course Code: #4469772

Geocache Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 19 10:00AM – 1:00PM

Hawthorne Park

Give your egg hunt an upgrade with a geocache hunt.There are four time slots available and spaces fill up fast. Gather your friends and family for this one-of-a-kind, fun Easter adventure!

10am: #4460450

11am: #4460451

12pm: #4460453

1 pm: #4460454

Historic Stewart Farm

Saturday, March 26 12:00PM – 4:00PM

Very Victorian Easter

Hop over to the farmhouse to decorate an Easter egg cookie and create a pair of bunny ears. Look closely to see if you can spy an Easter treat hiding around the house!

Cost: Free!

Newton Recreation Centre

Saturday, March 19 10:00AM – 12:00PM

Newton Family Easter Carnival

Enjoy crafts, face painting, and Easter egg hunts. There will be a Free Public Swim at Newton Wave Pool from 12:30PM – 2:30PM with Easter games.

Cost: Free!

North Surrey Recreation Centre

Saturday, March 26  1:30PM – 4:00PM

Hoppy Easter Bash

Enjoy crafts, egg hunts, festive relays and fun right through your long ears! Come see what our lifeguards have planned. There will be activities in the pool too.

Cost: Regular Admission

South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre

Sunday, March 20 9:30AM – 11:00AM

One Day Wonders

Create some Easter fun with crafts, cookie decorating, and games.

Course Code: 4437676

South Surrey Indoor Pool

Saturday, March 26  1:00PM – 4:00PM

Hoppy Easter Bash

Hop on down to enjoy crafts, egg hunts, festive relays! Fun activities in the pool! All ages.

Cost: Regular Admission

Surrey Museum

Saturday, March 26  1:00PM – 4:00PM

Easter Fair

Meet Easter cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, and of course bunnies, as you visit with local animal rescue organizations. Hop around the galleries on an Easter egg scavenger hunt (don’t forget our interactive new Kids Gallery), and spring into crafts and games.

Cost: Free!

Surrey Sports & Leisure Complex

Sunday, March 27  1:00PM – 4:00PM

Easter Egg Hunt

The Easter Bunny is making a stop at the pool! Join us for an Easter egg hunt, crafts and games.

Cost: Regular Admission

 

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