The first day of fall doesn’t technically start until September 23, meaning summer is far from over, so don’t miss out on these fun outdoor events in the Fraser Valley.
Here are nine events and activities to check out in Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford and Chilliwack this September.
With an expected 300 teams participating this year, the SX International Cup marks one of Canada’s premier soccer tournaments. Highlights include three elite tournament venues with over 25 fields, great competition and players from across Canada and the US.
Enjoy the second annual Oktoberfest fundraiser event, featuring live entertainment, German Faire, tons of beer and draw prizes.
Take part in an incredible 200 km ride through the Fraser Valley and raise money for the BC Lung Association to fight against lung disease. The route goes from White Rock to Cultus Lake and back, with all food, accommodation and gear transportation included.
Experience one of B.C.’s hottest BBQ competitions with free food, entertainment and tasty vendors. Bring your appetite and watch the best BBQ teams from North America battle it out on the grill to win up to $10,000.
This is a fun event for both wine and running lovers. Enjoy a scenic 15 km run from High Point through Campbell Valley, and stop off at the beautiful wineries along the way for wine sampling and socializing.
Get creative with LEGO and support Canuck Place Children’s Hospice. Represent and showcase your business using LEGO in an innovative way, or get the kids involved with the fun creative challenge.
Enjoy the last of summer with live music and local food vendors at this outdoor concert series.
This one is for the entrepreneurs. Meet other professionals and business owners and form valuable connections at the Connect Now Lunch & Learn event. Lunches are also held in other towns across the valley, including Chilliwack, Langley and White Rock.
Take part in the 9th annual Cultus Lake Spring and Olympic Triathlons, suitable for both newbies and seasoned triathletes. The triathlon involves a swim, bike and run course.