Youth Night

Youth Night is a non-competitive, social recreation program for all youth ages 12 -16. Each program runs once a week for eight weeks and takes place at different recreational locations around Abbotsford.

The main purpose of Youth Night is to encourage youth to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle through exercise and play.

Other goals of the Youth Night are to:

  • Encourage youth to enjoy exercise in a recreational setting
  • Provide health and wellness information to assist in leading a balanced lifestyle
  • Provide a safe non-judging environment for youth to exercise and explore new recreational activities
  • Provide a place for youth to feel welcome and encouraged
  • Introduce new recreational activities with the hope that youth will find an activity that they will continue with after the program ends

Youth Night will include a fun atmosphere and an opportunity to enjoy sport and physical activity at each person’s pace and ability. No skill required, just the ability to have a good time trying a variety of fun sports and activities.


How does it work?

Each night of the 8 week program youth meet at various locations in Abbotsford and try out many different activities which may include:

  • Self Defense
  • Ice Skating
  • AquaFit/Swimming
  • Bowling
  • Hip Hop Dance
  • Nutritious Cooking
  • Laser Tag
  • Rock Climbing
  • Zumba

Register Online!

Click on our online shop below to register for Youth Night. If you need assistance with the registration process or if you have any questions:
Call us: 778-880-8559 ext 0
Email us: info@abbyyouth.com

Fall 2018:

Youth Night

Thursdays, October 11 - November 29
7:00pm - 8:30pm
8 weeks for $50


Please note: Activities are held at various locations in Abbotsford. The Abbotsford Youth Commission is unable to provide transportation to/from activity locations.

Please download, complete and return the following waivers:

Laser Tag, Rock Climbing, Get Air Trampoline Park

Winter Session starts January 24 Online Registration coming soon!


We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia.