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MYzone After School Drop-In

MYzone is a drop-in program provided during the critical afterschool hours (3pm to 6pm) to create safe, affordable and high quality programming for middle years children (8 to 12). It provides a safe and nurturing environment and support the principles of healthy child development. Check out the Recreation Surrey Children & Youth Year in Review to learn more. 

The program provides affordable and accessible opportunities for active play and recreation and facilitates civic engagement. Children have the opportunity to:

  • Participate in active play and recreation
  • Receive assistance with homework
  • Build positive relationships
  • Develop social-emotional skills
  • Develop leadership skills and feel a sense of belonging to their community

MYzone Locations & Days 

All MYzone drop-ins are from 3pm to 6pm for children ages 8 to 12 years. 

Locations Days Open
Bridgeview Community Centre Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Clayton Elementary School Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Cloverdale Recreation Centre Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
Fleetwood Community Centre Monday to Thursday
Fraser Heights Recreation Centre Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Guildford Recreation Centre Monday to Friday
Kekinow Housing Complex (7420 121A Street)  Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
Kekinow Housing Complex (9537 Prince Charles Boulevard) Tuesday, Thursday & Friday

Kensington Prairie Community Centre and Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre

Effective January 25, 2017 Kensignton Prairie Community Centre will have MYzone on Wednesdays only and Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre will have MYzone on Mondays and Fridays. This offering is under one membership. 

Newton Recreation Centre Monday to Friday
South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre Tuesday to Friday

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