Things To Do

Things to do in the Fraser Valley


Looking for some things to do locally?

Check out this great list of discounts being offered by local tourist attractions all over Greater Vancouver, thanks to Tourism Vancouver.

For a list of Trade Shows and other Events coming this March check out the list I compiled here.

Reminder: Kids under 12 ride free on public transit as of January 1 (with accompanying adult).


Updated: March 2, 2022



Maan Farms 

There are no shortage of things to do at Maans Farms County Experience and Estate Winery.  From lunch at mama Maan’s kitchen paired with a glass of wine from the estate winery to a day of fun in the barnyard adventure area. They have year-round activities like Barnyard Adventure plus addition seasonal festivities (corn maze, sunflower festival, haunted corn maze at night).

Open daily 9-6pm tickets can be purchased online, book ahead and save $. Located at 790 McKenzie Rd.

I last checked out the farm in August, here is a review of the farm .

In August 2021 we took in the fall festival at Maan Farms. There was a lot to keep us busy for the best part of the day. From the pumpkin patch, corn maze and barnyard adventures with a stop of lunch at Mama Maan Kitchen for lunch.  We were sure to take in their seasonal drinks, pumpkin donuts and pumpkin icecream – delish! We were happy to see they had all the items on the menu available this time. The corn maze was too muddy to do much of, so we headed to the barnyard adventure to fee the animals! My kids especially love the bunnies that are roaming freely on the grounds.  We were gifted the experience but as always my opinions are my own.


Ripples Winery

Closed due to flooding, until further notice.


Singletree Winery

Singletree Winery presents an exclusive new tasting experience for wine lovers in the Fraser Valley: Di Vine Domes. By current Public Health regulations, and as it changes the winery will adapt, small groups from the same household (up to 6 people) or single persons with a max bubble of two, are invited to taste wine and enjoy local goodies inside decorated transparent domes.

The domes at Singletree Winery are placed by the vines and offer a cozy atmosphere that is COVID-safe and great for families or couples wishing to enjoy a special date.

The winery team offers two domes with distinct themed décor: The Canadian Cabin with traditional porch chairs, faux fur rugs and a rustic feel, and the Enchanted Forest, with a chandelier, live edge table and cozy seats. Both domes are heated and complemented with winter decorations and lights.

There is a minimum spend of $50 per person to experience the domes, and bookings are 1.5 hours to enjoy one of three tasting experiences. View these choices here.

To reserve, book on the website. Tastings inside the Di Vine Domes at Singletree Winery are available from Wednesday to Sunday, 12-5:30pm. Extended dome hours are available on Friday and Saturday when you purchase a gourmet meal option; with one sitting per night from 6-8pm. The domes are thoroughly sanitized between bookings.

Wine lovers get to enjoy award-winning wine flights by Singletree and can choose between food options, like locally-sourced charcuterie and cheese boards and gourmet three-course meals, prepared by chef Adrian Beatty..





Krause Berry Farms

From the centre of a beautiful 200-acre estate, Krause Berry Farms is serving up fresh, hot waffles at its walk-in waffle bar, featuring outdoor covered and garden seating. Or, on weekends only, Krause offers a  waffle bar.

Shop the Market & Bakery for pre-picked berries (no pre-orders taken), BC fruits & farm fresh baking. Browse our Home & Garden section for something new or the perfect gift.

Shop online and schedule a pick up from the new ‘Online Store’ found outside to the Left of The Porch.

Upick Click here to see what’s in season.

Waffles with seasonal toppings. Enjoy fresh hot seasonal berry waffles (regular or vegan gluten friendly) year round from our walk in Waffle Bar.

The Estate Winery is open year round with covered open air, patio & garden seating Spring to Fall. Summer weekends we provide live musical entertainment on 2 stages for visitors of the Farm and Estate Winery to enjoy.

The Porch is open daily for pizza, fries, shortcakes, milkshakes & pie.

Hours January to May 2022

The Market, Bakery, Estate Winery and Waffle Bar are open Wednesday to Sunday 930-5pm.

The Online Store is open 7 days a week 930-5pm. Shop online and schedule your pick up. Online orders can be picked up from the Bakery counter inside the Market.

Once berry harvest begins in June, the farm is open 7 days a week including Canada Day and BC Day until September.

From September to December we are open Wednesday to Sunday for the fall harvest and Christmas season.


Tracycakes Bakery Café – High Tea

The Harvest High Tea has returned to Tracycakes Café. Until November 10, savor finger sandwiches, scones with Devonshire cream and jam, seasonal “babycakes,” and more. $34 per person. Reservations recommended; call 604.427.1424 to reserve. Info:

West Coast Family Events

Be sure to check out West Coast Family events page for a list of lots of upcoming family events in Maple Ridge.



 Museum of Surrey

Museum of Surrey, located at 17710 56A Avenue in Cloverdale, is owned and operated by the City of Surrey. Located on the Heritage Campus in Cloverdale, the museum includes a main building with feature gallery, TD Explore Zone, Indigenous Hall, Textile Centre and Surrey Stories Gallery.

Three heritage buildings are located on the east side of the museum – 1881 Town Hall, Anniedale School (1891) and the 1872 Anderson Cabin. Included on the Heritage Campus is the Surrey Archives and Cloverdale Library with Veterans Square situated on a plaza at the centre.

Our mission is to ignite young imaginations and connect Surrey’s diverse citizens and communities. We contribute to community life by celebrating Surrey’s past, present and future through innovative, dynamic and delightful learning, storytelling, and creating shared experiences.

Exhibits are offered throughout the year that focus on the people of Surrey, community partners, current affairs and fun, interactive learning. Exhibitions and programs always relate to the residents of Surrey with subject matter that includes Indigenous learning, immigration, Surrey’s diverse communities, and sustainability.

Programs offered at the museum include various education programming, registered public programs, special events and textile programs.

For a current list of events click here.


Bell Performing Arts Centre

Built in 2001, the Bell Performing Arts Centre is owned and operated by the Surrey School District No. 36. This state of the art facility is the largest professional theatre in the Fraser Valley. With excellent sightlines and amazing acoustics, the Bell Performing Arts Centre is the perfect venue for dance, theatre, concerts and events of all types. Click here for a current schedule of events.






Tina Evans