Community Services

2021/22 Recreation Programs and Events in Burnaby

Outdoor Rec Winter 2022
Family Workshops – Winter 2022

BLFHC Jr. Combined (2022)

City of Burnaby WinterReg_SchoolBoard_Elementary

2022 BMLC Season Flyer

SBMC Baseball 2022 Flyer – schools pdf

Burnaby Parks & Recreation Fall Programs

Kids 12 and Under Ride Transit Free Starting September 1, 2021

BMHA Microhockey Poster 2021

BMHA Wildcats – Registration 2021_22

South Burnaby Metro Club  2021-22 Fall Registration

Cliff Avenue Soccer 2021


Parent Workshops:



  • Preschool Playtime – 3-5 years, Burnaby Parks, Rec. & Cultural Services
  • Summer Preschool Playtime – Burnaby Parks, Rec. & Cultural Services
  • StrongStart Centre – 0-5 years – every school day morning (pre-registration required) in Room 10 Here’s their website: Strong Start

School Aged Children

  • After school and lunch time sports, dance, drama & art programs – Burnaby Parks, Rec. & Cultural Services
  • Stride Avenue Neighbourhood Care –  Burnaby Neighbourhood House
  • MoreSports – Mondays and Wednesdays after school , Burnaby Parks, Rec. & Cultural Services
  • Stride Spring Break & Summer Day Camp –  Burnaby Neighbourhood House
  • Breakfast Club
  • Safe Hallowe’en Events – Community Council Volunteers
  • Christmas Pancake Breakfast – Community Volunteers
  • Holiday Craft Days – Community Council Volunteers


  • Volunteer Opportunities



Community Dinners

  • Community Events – Community Bar-B Q, Family Education Workshops, Community Dinners
  • Many volunteer opportunities (Reading Tutoring, special events, fundraising, classroom helper, Community Council, etc.)
  • Community Council – one meeting per month
  • Community Room – computers, Internet access, phone, coffee, socialization

Social Services

  • Subsidy application site for families on Income Assistance or with a limited income – Recreation Credit Program, Burnaby Camping Bureau, Burnaby KidSport
  • Information provided on all Burnaby resources and services – counseling, sports organizations, Food Bank, income tax preparation, social networks, low cost goods and services, employment searches, academic upgrading, Adult ESL, housing, etc.
  • Assistance in accessing social services – legal, financial, medical, dental, settlement
  • Emergency Food Cupboard
  • School supplies

Please check your newsletter each month for school and community information.

Contact our Community School Coordinator
604-838-6280 for information regarding any of our programs or services.

Here is a link to licensed childcare facilities in Burnaby: click here 

For additional community resources, please check out the community page on the District website. CLICK HERE