Reminiscing Seniors Help with History Book


Do you have memories of Port Moody to share? Join us! The Port Moody Station Museum is working with local seniors to create a Port Moody history book. Seniors are helping with a number of aspects of the book and reminiscing is an important part of this. The Museum has arranged a number of meetings where local seniors can get together to share their memories of Port Moody’s past. They will be happening at Kyle Centre on the 4th Thursday of each month at 10am. We will provide refreshments and the seniors will provide the memories. These memories are helping guide the information included in our book. Each meeting will revolve around a different theme that will be included in the book.
Meetings Dates & Themes:
March 24th – Depression & Wartime
April 28th – May Days and Golden Spike Days
May 26th – Moody Centre Businesses
June 23rd – Ferries, Trains and Roads

Have photos on one of these topics? Bring them along to share or donate a copy to the Museum.

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  1. Wayne Harris says:

    Do you have any information on my father’s service station, Clarke St. Motors? Is it the same on as appears “for sale” and enclosed by a wire fence? I believe it is. I lived at 2518 St. George St. from 1946 to 1953 and I have fond memories of Port Moody. I remeber Flavelle Cedar Mill firre and my dad being so worried that it might spread to his garage and he left late at night to check on it. When did Flavelle Cedar Mill fire occur?

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