Canada Day July 1st – Maple Leaf Military Show returns to the Museum!

June 21st

Walk for Veterans and Peace

This grassroots walk begins in Port Coquitlam and has the participants visiting each of the Tri City Cenotaphs, paying tribute to our lost but not forgotten. The walk ends at the Port Moody Station Museum at 5:00 pm on June 21st.

A ground breaking ceremony of the McKnight Trench will follow the Walk.

June 29th & 30th

Visit our living history installation, The McKnight Trench.

Learn more about the Trench experience of WW1.

Join us for Canada Day Weekend! The Military Show returns to the Port Moody Heritage Society, Station Museum! Join us for multiple Marching Bands, Honour Guard, our Living History experience of the World War 1 Trench, military vehicles, entertainment and more!

Join us for Canada Day Weekend! The Military Show returns to the Port Moody Heritage Society, Station Museum! Join us for multiple Marching Bands, Honour Guard, our Living History experience of the World War 1 Trench, military vehicles, entertainment and more!

July 1st

Tank10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Opening Ceremonies: 11:30 am

Dignitaries & Veterans
Special Guests: Ms. Monique Poncelet, Honourary Consul General of Belgium
Ms. Maria Anna Pürtinger, Deputy Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany
Marching Bands
Military Displays
See the McKnight Trench
Honour Guard
Kids Zone
Concession – Bully Beef on a BUN!

We invite you to join us for activities and celebrations to honour our Military.

Comments

  1. WOW….sounds amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. […] When: June 28 – July 1, 2014 Time: 11am – 11pm (June 28); 11am – 8:30pm (June 29); 6pm – 11pm (June 30); 11am – 8pm (July 1) Where: Rocky Point Park & Port Moody Station Museum Website: www.goldenspikedays.bc.ca and www.portmoodymuseum.org […]

  2. […] Maple Leaf Military Show 10 am – 4:30 pm, Port Moody Station Museum, 2734 Murray Street, Port Moody Come over for a day honouring the Canadian military. See the marching bands and military displays. Learn what life was like in the trenches during WW1. Some of the displays are open also during the weekend before Canada Day; check the website for details. […]

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