Celebrating Heritage at Queen Street Plaza

We want to thank the Heritage Commission, especially Graham Walker and Alanna McDonagh for inviting us to participate in celebrating heritage at this weekends Queen Street Plaza event.   There was live music from the band ADOB, a heritage police car, a bus museum, displays,  and free hot chocolate and popcorn.  At our display, kids dressed up like trains and had fun on our colorful train tracks. We also had coloring activities, a Now and Then display and a map showing what Port Moody would have looked like in early 1900.  During the event there was a bus that took  guests  from Queen Street Plaza to the Museum, where guests enjoyed tours about Early Port Moody. They were able to walk through our meditation garden and many were interested in the WW1 trench display being built in the back!  These events cannot be done without volunteers, we would like to say a big THANK YOU to Gerrit DeWaal for going out of his way to create a Now and Then presentation for the event, Dave Maxwell, Peter Hiebert, Robert Simons and Brianne Egeto for setting up and helping throughout the day.











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