Canada Hapkido Kangho Martial Arts Academy is coming to our Canada Day Celebrations


The Port Moody Station Museum is very pleased to announce that the Canada Hapkido Kangho Martial Arts Academy is coming to our Canada Day Celebration. The academy is located in Coquitlam and is regarded as one of BC’s best martial arts schools. Hapkido is a dynamic Korean art that is over 2000 years old and includes the use of kicking, punching, pressure points and acrobatic movement. The academy’s students have worked hard to attain a high level of skill and will provide a unique and exciting experience for everyone to see. We are proud to have Diane Lee and her Hapkido demonstration team perform at 1:40 on July 1st. It will be a great opportunity to experience a part of Korean heritage and sport and see what Hapkido Kangho Martial Arts is all about.




Enjoy Guided Tours of the McKnight Trench for Canada Day!

Take a self guided tour of the  WW1 McKnight Trench or request staff to give you a detailed tour!


Take a tour of the  McKnight Trench : Daily 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Take a Guided tour of the McKnight Trench  on Canada Day


Come celebrate Canada Day at the Port Moody Station Museum where you will experience Canadian history and celebrate community heroes. The event begins at 10 am until 4 pm. This unique, one-day event, is free to all visitors! Join us and our special guests Mrs. Carol Todd and Gloria Cuccione along with our Korean War Veterans in a fun and exciting day of musical and cultural performances


Come celebrate Canada Day at the Port Moody Station Museum where you will experience Canadian History and celebrate our community heroes. This unique, one day event, is free to all visitors and is from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Join us and our special guests, Mrs. Carol Todd and Gloria Cuccione along with our Korean War veterans, in a fun and exciting day of musical and cultural performances and displays. Performances will range from Vancouver’s Palomars Rockabilly and Swing Band to the amazing Korean Hapkido Kangho Martial Arts Demonstration Team and the World Class Dowco Triumph Street Pipe Band. There will be tours of the McKnight Trench throughout the day and a activity train for Kids Activities! More than 25 groups and entertainers are ready to make this event one of the most enjoyable and unique celebrations on July 1st.

Opening Ceremony  10:00- 10:45

Performance Schedule
Band of the 15th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery 10:00 to 11:30 Dowco Triumph Street Pipe Band 11:45 to 12:45 Cheondoong Performing Arts Society 1:00 to 1:30 Canada Hapkido Kangho Martial Arts Academy 1:40 to 2:00 Vancouver Firefighters Band 2:15 to 3:00The Palomars (Vancouver’s Rockabilly and Swing Band) 3:25 to 4:15

Video about Canada Day at the Port Moody Station Museum!

Hello Everyone, Please check out our video about Canada Day at the Museum! We hope to see you all there!

Canada Day Starts at 10 am!


July 1st is approaching quickly! What are you and your family doing before the fireworks on Canada Day? Coming to the Port Moody Station Museum from 10 am until 4 pm is a great way to spend your morning and afternoon!

Don’t forget about the Canada Day Kids’ Activity Train! We will have word searches, colouring sheets, a beaver puppet art project, and a lot of fun! Your kids can take home all of their projects to remember their special day at the Port Moody Station Museum. Alongside this we will have some Canada Day themed tattoos and bracelet making.

We will have the opening ceremonies at 10 am. This ceremony will pay tribute to our Community Heroes, Carol Todd, Gloria Cuccione, and Korean War Veterans.

Enjoy the entertainment, explore the McKnight Trench, and escape into our exciting displays. The schedule for performances is as follows

  • 10:00 to 11:30 – Band of the 15th Field Regiment, RCA
  • 11:45 to 12:45 – Dowco Triumph Street Pipe Band
  • 1:00 to 1:30 – Cheondoong Performing Arts Society
  • 1:40 to 2:00 – Canada Hapkido Kangho Martial Arts Academy’s Demonstration Team
  • 2:15 to 3:00 – Vancouver Firefighters Band & HourGlass Cabaret
  • 3:25 to 4:15 – The Palomars (Vancouver’s Rockabilly & Swing Band)

Among some of our exciting displays are the McKnight Trench Exhibit, a Korean cultural display, the 15th Field Artillery Regiment Museum & Archives Society, The Michael Cuccione Foundation, and The Amanda Todd Legacy Society. These are only a few of the many displays that the day will include. We are very thankful and very lucky to have such a great group of people joining us to help educate and to help have some fun.

The Port Moody Station Museum looks forward to seeing you on July 1st!

National Aboriginal Day Was a Success!


On June 21, the Port Moody Station Museum held an Aboriginal Workshop to commemorate National Aboriginal Day. First Nations Historian, Educator and Facilitator, Alice Guss (Tsawaysia Spukwus) was here to teach/facilitate making drums and cedar baskets. We would like to thank Alice Guss (Tsawaysia Spukwus) for putting on such great workshops. Our guests had a wonderful time and enjoyed Alice’s songs, information, and engaging teaching style.

We also would like to thank Anne Uebbing from Kinder Books for putting up her display of First Nations stories and puppets, along with Laura Thomas from Coquitlam Snap’d for joining us to take pictures of our event.

A big thank you goes out to Dominion Lending Centres which lent us a Projector Screen for our event, we had a slideshow about  information on First Nation groups throughout Canada. We really appreciated their support!

We had many games and coloring activities for the kids to do and the day was enjoyed by many! To see more photos from this event (and others) check out our Facebook page.









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Ioco Townsite Development Meeting June 25th 7-9pm at the Museum


All Welcome for upcoming

 Brainstorming Meeting about Ioco Townsite

being held at the Port Moody Station Museum

June 25th 7-9pm


James Cheng, the Architect for Brilliant Circle will be at the Port Moody Station Museum on June 25th from 7pm-9pm to brainstorm about the development of the Ioco Townsite, all are welcome to join. Come give your ideas to the future development. We will be having light refreshments and would really like your input.

Welcoming our new board


Thank you for everyone that joined us on June 17th for our Annual General Meeting, we had some delicious food and it was great to see some new faces. We elected our new board, talked about the past year and thanked Al Davies and Darrell Penner for all the service to the board that they have given throughout the years. We ended the night with a video volunteer Gerrit deWaal created about the Ioco Town site.

We are happy to announce that Robert Simons was reelected as President of our Society. We are lucky to have him and look forward to another year with him. We want to congratulate David Ritcey for becoming our new Vice President and want to welcome Gail Murray who is new to board and taking the position of Secretary. We are happy to have Irene Reid as our treasurer.

Joining us for another year are Directors Armando Elias, Bob Elliot, Dan Kirchner, Bruce Schroeder, and Wade Leslie. We would like to extend a big welcome to our new board members, Bruce Gibson, and Bradley Letwin. We look forward to working with you all this year.






























Deadline to Register for Drum/Cedar Workshop is June 18 at noon!


Please join us for National Aboriginal day on June 21st at the Port Moody Station Museum. There will be displays, a slideshow, and two workshops. We wanted to let you know that the Deadline for Registering for our Drum Making Workshop and Cedar Basket Workshop is tomorrow, June 18 at noon.

There will be the following workshops

Drum Making from 10am-12pm.

3 inch Drum – $10

6 inch Drum-$25

14inch Drum- $150 ( includes Drum stick)

Cedar Basket Making from 1pm-3pm

Cedar Basket – $30

Cedar Book mark- $4

Cedar Bracelet- $ 4

Please call the museum at 604-939-1648 or email at to book your spot!



The Port Moody Heritage Society is having their Annual General Meeting at the Port Moody Station Museum on Wednesday June 17. We will be having a potluck dinner starting at 6:30pm and the meeting will begin at 7:15pm.

Join us at your Annual General Meeting to elect your Board of Directors, hear about our successes in 2014, and learn about exciting, upcoming projects. This is a great opportunity for you to participate and shape the Port Moody Heritage Society’s future.  If you know someone who is interested in becoming a member, you are welcome to bring them to the Annual General Meeting.