Old Timers Wanted!


Staff at the Museum are furiously writing this summer! Work on the Port Moody history book is progressing rapidly, with an expected completion in early 2012, but we need the help of any and all seniors with memories of life in Port Moody.

The Museum has arranged two reminiscing meetings in the remaining summer months. These meetings are a venue for seniors to reminisce and share memories of their times in Port Moody, which will be used to guide the history book’s content.

Recent meetings have covered topics such as Moody Centre, including the schools, churches and businesses throughout the years, as well as transportation and May Days and Golden Spike Days. The information shared at these meetings has provided invaluable assistance during the writing process.
The remaining meetings will held at 10am on the 4th Thursday of every month, at Kyle Centre. The topics are:

July 28th – Community Services (City Hall, the public library, police, fire and ambulance services, public utilities, etc.)
August 25th – Sports and Recreation (including community halls, Rocky Point Park, and organized sport)

Do you have any photos on these topics? Bring them to the meeting, or donate a copy to the Museum!

Lego Display at the Station Museum

Lego Town Mill

Lego Town Mill

This summer the Port Moody Station Museum is hosting a Lego display created by the Vancouver Lego Club. The display, Lego Town, was inspired by the 125th anniversary of the arrival of the first trans Canada train on July 4th, 1886. It depicts a heritage town similar to Port Moody complete with moving train, a replica of the Port Moody train station and sawmill.

Lego Town will be on display until August 31st, 2011.

Lego Town Street

Rebel Haunt Theatre comes to the Station Museum

Hometown Production

Hometown Production

Rebel Haunt Theatre presents HOME TOWN an outdoor play production at the Port Moody Station Museum.

Happening July 7, 8, 9, and 10 with performances at 7:30pm and matinees on Saturday July 9th and Sunday July 10th at 2:30pm.

Come visit Home Town! Meet the friendly ghosts, Violet and Cora. Visit the Home Town picnic and try our world famous Rice Krispy squares. Have a glass of Nancy’s lemonade down at the lemonade stand. Follow Dog around as he searches for a lost bone. Boogie-woogie at the town dance. Wander through our garden, home of the 326 pound pumpkin. Hear about the tentacle man who lives in the scary abandoned house. Toss a penny in the wishing well. And wave goodbye to Marni as she leaves it all for the first time.

Everyone was born in Home Town. It’s where we all start our lives, the place that shapes our ideas about the world. Home Town stays with you, though you can’t stay with it.

Home Town stands eternal as we drift through it all, becoming memory and story in the universe of the heart. (suggested donation: $10)

No tickets or reservations required. Parking available at Rocky Point Park.