Join your friends at Surrey Youth Fest—the City’s largest youth celebration of the year! Enjoy 25+ youth performers, 40+ interactive exhibits, a main stage, arts cafe, dance battle, cooking competition, free swim, skate demos, food trucks, collaborative art making and more.
Grab your Skateboard, BMX Bike or Scooter and head to these free events in the annual Surrey Rides series. At youth parks throughout the City, young riders of all levels build confidence and sharpen their skills in a safe and competitive environment.
Graphic Novel and Manga Design
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Whether your interest is superheroes, Japanese manga or humour comics, you’ll learn to design your own cast of stylised characters, plot and lay out your scenes across eye-catching pages, and share your story in an inventive and engaging way. Registration is now open.
Want to learn how to become a volunteer? Have questions about what types of roles there are? Trying to get involved in your community? Join us at our volunteer information session to learn about the many exciting opportunities throughout the City of Surrey!
Reduce Worry & Stress
Attend a Free Teen Mindfulness Group
Do you worry a lot about school? Do you worry about making friends or stress about what others think of you? You’re not alone—everyone experiences worries, anxiety and stress. The Teen Mindfulness Group is a free program which teaches teens 13–17 to learn and practise healthy coping strategies to better manage stress and anxiety. Next info session: Sept 27 & Oct 4 from 4:30pm–6pm atTong Louie YMCA. Registrants must attend the info session with a parent or guardian.
Learn how you can get started on a path towards being a lifeguard or aquatic instructor! Find out about the training process and volunteer opportunities. Sessions are free but all participants must be ages 10 and older and register online, in person or by phone to secure a spot.
Learn about local youth’s art practices in this special edition of SAGA Thursday Artist Talks featuring five artists from our Art Together program. The free event will feature talks and art samples by Karen Cancino, Wendy Dee Collins, Gemma Lazarich, Michelle Mendoza and Dominique Wakeland.
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