Duke of Edinburgh Silver International Award of Achievement




The Port Moody Heritage Society would like to congratulate one of our wonderful volunteers, Tatiana Chow on receiving the Duke of Edinburgh Silver International Award of Achievement. She was recognized on November 21 at Government House in Victoria where Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon presented her with her certificate.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program is a non-competitive and self-directed program that challenges youth aged 14 to 24 to achieve their personal best in four areas community service, skill development, physical fitness, and outdoor expeditions. The Award consists of three achievement levels – bronze, silver and gold – that are earned in succession. The Duke of Edinburgh International Award was founded by His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh. Since its establishment in Canada in 1963, more than 500,000 Canadians have taken the challenge.

Tatiana has earned the Silver International Award of Achievement by volunteering at a number of locations within the community. To fulfill her service component of the award she has volunteered at numerous events for the Port Moody Station Museum, is a Junior Leader for a Girl Guide Sparks Group and also is involved with the Port Moody Arts Centre.

She is now striving towards the Gold Award. We look forward to helping Tatiana with any requirements that she needs to complete her goal in achieving the next award! Congratulations Tatiana and thank you for all the help you have given during all of our events!














Don’t Miss our Last Two Events of the Year!

Upcoming events

The Expect Exceptional Theatre Company will be performing A Christmas Truce at the Port Moody Station Museum  on December 13th at 2:00pm and again at 4:00pm. Light refreshments will be offered.      

We want to thank all of our volunteers and members who support us each year and also want to thank the public for coming to all of our events and showing your support!

               Everyone is welcome to join. Space is limited please RSVP to reserve your spot!



A Vocal Tribute

Christmas Truce


Performance :

101 years ago, thousands of soldiers put down their rifles, stepped out of their trenches and spent Christmas mingling with their enemies along the Western front. It was a rare moment of peace. What actually happened on Christmas Eve and Christmas day of 1914? This vocal tribute will commemorate the spontaneous Christmas truce of 1914 as you hear of what it was like for these young soldiers.




Join us at the Port Moody Station Museum on Sunday December 20th for our annual Christmas tea!

The Port Moody Heritage Society  welcomes you to celebrate the holiday season on our 1921 Rail Car! Come aboard the decorated rail car, and enjoy holiday tunes playing in the background while our team serve you with tea, sweets and warm smiles.  There are crafts for the kids to do while they enjoy their hot chocolate! 

There will be three seating times: 11:00-12:00, 12:30-1:30, 2:00-3:00. We look forward to seeing you there. Reserve Now!

                          Cash Only, $10.00 per adult and $ 5.oo for kids 10 and under

             Call 604-939-1648, or email info@portmoodymuseum.org to reserve your table


The Call Went Out

Take me back to Dear old Canada
On November 19th at 3:00pm and 7:00pm the Story Theatre Company will be performing The Call Went Out at the Port Moody Station Museum. This is a free event.
THE CALL WENT OUT remembers the early years of World War I


This theatre piece is based on letters from BC soldiers sent to loved ones at the beginning of World War 1 and uses slides and music from the period to portray their reflections on the early years of the war.  The 30 minute performance is followed by a talk back and sharing of some archival material from the Royal BC Museum.

Please call 604 939-1648 or email info@portmoodymuseum.org to RSVP


Take me back to Dear old Canada letter home




Get Active at the Port Moody Station Museum with ZUMBA!

Get Active at the Port Moody Station Museum on Tuesday and Thursday Evenings for ZUMBA! 5:45pm-6:45pm For Class details contact licensed Zumba instructor Tracey Cubitt 604-968-3662 or email traceyc.zumba.com

Get Active at the Port Moody Station Museum on Tuesday and Thursday Evenings for ZUMBA! 6:00pm-7:00pm.

For class details and to sign up contact licensed Zumba instructor Tracey Cubitt 604-968-3662 or email traceyc.zumba.com

2734 Murray Street, Port Moody







Lest We Forget


The Museum will be closed this November 11th to pay our respects and remember our fallen. 

The Port Moody Legion #119 invites you to join them during the Nov 11th Act of Remembrance and festivities at the Port Moody Legion and Kyle Centre.

City of Port Moody's photo.

Port Moody Legion #119 Remembrance Day

Date:November 11, 2015 10:00 AM
Location:2513 Clarke Street and Kyle Centre 125 Kyle Street
Port Moody, British Columbia
2015 Remembrance Day parade map 



November 11-Schedule of Event:
10am – Non-denominational Service – Kyle Centre
10:30am – Form up at Legion and Parade to Cenotaph
11am – Act of Remembrance, 2-Minute Silence
Laying of Wreaths at Cenotaph
21-Gun Cannon Salute – Seymour Artillery
Swiftbird Ex-RAF Team Cenotaph Flyover

12:30pm-7pm-Kyle Centre-125 Kyle Street, Port Moody (19+)
1pm – SFU Pipe and Drum Band
12:30 – 4:30pm DJ Russ Enair
1:30pm – Heather Jolley Highland Dancers
2:15pm – Stave Falls Scottish Dancers
3pm – Penk O’Donnell Irish Dancers
4pm – Golden Spike Can Can Dancers
5-7pm – Linda Jones Remembrance Show – 5:00-7:00pm

The Community attendance on the street on the 11th Hour of the 11th Day of the 11th Month is historically over 4000 strong and growing every year.

Over 500 Cadets, Scouts, Girl Guides and Brownies join our Colour Party, Veterans, Legion member and First Responders to participate in the parade around the block to ultimately stop at the cenotaph for the official Act of Remembrance and Two-Minute Silence followed by the laying of the wreaths. We are extremely fortunate to have the world famous Simon Fraser Pipe and Drum Band parade every year; this being the 35th Anniversary of their attendance at our Nov 11th ceremony. We have the proud distinction of being the only Legion in Canada to present a 21-Gun Cannon salute, performed by the Seymour Artillery.


Candle Light Vigil


Join us at the Port Moody Station Museum at 8pm on Tuesday November 10th to commemorate those who have lost their lives fighting for us. Please arrive a bit before 8pm to get your candle.