Heritage Week at the Museum

CELEBRATE HERITAGE WEEK AT THE

PORT MOODY STATION MUSEUM

CELEBRATE HERITAGE WEEK – February 18-24, 2008

OLD PHOTO’S WANTED…..
Port Moody Station Museum invites Port Moody residents to check their family photo albums for old photo’s of Port Moody and surrounding areas. The museum would like to copy them for our archives and put them on display during Heritage Week. Recognition prizes for top 3 unique and interesting photo’s.
Deadline for submission: Feb. 13/08

HERITAGE PHOTO TRIVIA CONTEST
Visit the Port Moody Station Museum or the following shops and pickup trivia forms for Port Moody’s Photo Trivia contest! Drop completed forms off at the Museum. Prizes!
(Concept Group Financial Planning/Joye Design Stone Art Gallery/Fitzpatrick & Davis CGA/Lone Cypress Gallery & Bistro/Team Sheila Frances/By Berit Boutique/Inlet Wellness Gallery/Port Moody Arts Centre/Jolly Olde Bookstore/Port Moody Station Museum)

SILENT MOVIE NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM
Enjoy the nostalgia and laughs of watching classic silent movies in the ambiance of an old 1907/08 Train Station. Light refreshments served.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008 7pm – 8:30pm
Admission: Port Moody Heritage Society Members Only. 1 year Membership – $5.00.

HERITAGE CRAFTS FOR KIDS AT THE MUSEUM
Join us in making Heritage Doll Crafts – A fun time creating old time crafts.
Saturday, February 23, 2008 – 1pm-3pm
(space limited)

WALKING TOUR
Join Port Moody Station Museums Curator Jim Millar for an informative and lively walk through Old Town Port Moody. Over 20 heritage homes and buildings have been recognized and received a Heritage Plaque proclaiming their Heritage Registration. Meet Jim Millar at Queens Street Plaza at 1pm – Sunday, February 24th. Walking tour by suggested donation: $5.00

For more information please contact

Maud Sanford
Museum Assistant
604.939.1642

Port Moody Station Museum
2734 Murray St.
Port Moody, BC (next to Rocky Point Park)

pmmuseum@telus.net

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    How Come the Port Moody History Links do not work?

  2. The Port Moody Station Museum says:

    The City of Port Moody looks like they have changed the structure of their web site. We will have to look into whether those pages are still available and where they are still located. The links were supplied to and applied by a previous Blog Manager of our Blog.

    DWP

  3. The Port Moody Station Museum says:

    I have been to the City of Port Moody website and uncovered the changes they made to their structure. I changed our links to the pages to reflect this and they should work now I have also added a link to a further article on the History of Port Moody as well, The Railway Station that Rode the Rail by Al Sholund.

    DWP

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