As we continue to practice social distancing, our favourite local workout studios, restaurants, cafes and bakeries have had to adjust the way they operate their business to the temporary new way of life. Although we can’t walk in and sit down at a cafe or workout at the gym how we used to, local South Fraser businesses have come up with creative ways to help sustain themselves, all while continuing to serve the South Fraser region community. So during these uncertain times, it’s important that we come together to support these businesses that make our South Fraser community so unique! Read our list below of creative ways to support local businesses in the South Fraser while we continue to do our part and social distance. Have a suggestion you’d like added to the list? Email us at info@southfraserrefined.com

Creative Ways to Support Local Businesses in the South Fraser While Social Distancing 

Celebrate Taco Tuesdays With Wooden Spoon
What: Craving tacos? Well, Wooden Spoon is about to make your Tuesdays a lot more fun. Give yourself a break from all of the cooking and pre-order your Taco Kits by Sundays at 3PM for curbside pick up on Tuesdays. They’ve even got a DIY Margarita Kit available for this upcoming Cinco De Mayo!
How: Place your order online.
Where: Pickup curbside at 15171 Russell Ave, White Rock

 

Take a Workout Class With Reward Fitness Studio
What: Get your body moving and take a virtual workout class by joining in on Reward Fitness Studio’s live Instagram classes everyday at 9:15AM. They offer strength, flow and conditioning classes.
How: Due to Covid-19, Reward Fitness Studio has had to shut their doors but just like any other business, still have bills to pay. Although the classes are free, please donate to Reward Fitness so they can continue to support you at home!
Where: Online on their Instagram Stories, live everyday at 9:15 a.m. 

 

Bake With Duft & Co Bakehouse
What: Everyone’s doing it, so maybe it’s time you do too. We’re talking about baking banana bread – the go-to comfort food of Covid-19. Not only are you able to order their “Duft & Go” boxes online, they’ve also been consistently posting how-to videos so you can bake some goodies on your own at home! So far they’ve created instructional videos on how to bake banana bread, sticky buns, chocolate chip muffins, garlic herb pull aparts and whole wheat focaccia. Is your mouth watering yet?
How: Although these videos are up on their public Instagram page, don’t forget to order their “Duft & Go” boxes to fulfill your cravings during this time!
Where: Online on their Instagram Video Channel.

 

Order Board Games From The Raving Gamer
What: Best way to pass time while social distancing with your significant other or with your family at home? Board games! We’re sure playing the same board games can get repetitive but The Raving Gamer’s got the perfect solution. They’ve set up an online board game store and you’re able to do curbside pickup or even local delivery on Mondays for a fee (check their website for more info). You can also place an order for a meal to pick up at the same time!
How: Visit their online board game store.
Where: 106 – 5735 203rd Street, Langley 

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IT’S HAPPENING! Our online board game store is up! 🎉 We have been working very hard to get our online store up and running and are SO excited for you to browse our retail games from the comfort of your home. CURBSIDE PICKUP: Same as before – but now you can place your order online! Call us when you’re in the parking lot and we will deliver your games straight to your car. LOCAL DELIVERY: We are so excited to begin delivering games straight to your home. Beginning April 27, deliveries will occur every Monday for a $10 delivery fee. We will be offering delivery to Langley, Surrey, Abbotsford, Maple Ridge, and Coquitlam. Board games are a wonderful way to spend time with our loved ones, especially in times such as these. There are games for all ages and experience levels, so go take a look at the link in our bio! 🥳

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Take Online Clay Workshops With Elaine Brewer-White
Elaine has over 35 years of experience teaching clay work and she is offering workshops that you can partake in from home via Zoom. She has numerous dates available and will prepare a kit that you’re able to pick up curbside.
How: Visit her website to sign up for a class.
Where: Please confirm pickup location with her once you have signed up for class.