The Urban Safari Rescue Society is a group of volunteers and staff that rescue and care for exotic animals surrendered to them as well as educate the public about animals, the natural world and conservation issues. For over 28 years they have been visiting, school, day cares, community centers, libraries and educating children and adults about these animals.
“Our mission is to provide people of all ages with a better understanding and appreciation for animals of all kinds. We encourage curiosity and learning about animals and their world. Be curious – there is so much to learn !”
This month they are having their Annual Open House Fundraiser BBQ! Join them for a day of family friendly fun and exploration. Come learn about the over 300 rescued exotic animals they care for and the work that they do. There will lots of fun acctivities for all ages from a petting zoo, games for kids, Bee Beard Demos and more.
When: Sunday, August 23
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Where: 1395 – 176 Street, South Surrey
Concession: pancakes, hot dogs, bugcakes, pulled pork and more.
Visits by: The Tooth Fairy, Honeybee Centre, Shell Busey, Corky the Clown and more.
Activities: Farm Animals petting area, photos with our animals, Silent Auction, Vendors, Semiahmoo Art Gallery, Games and more.
Connect with Urban Safari Rescue Society Online