Upcoming Events in February

Family Day: Working on the Railroad| Feb 8
The Port Moody Station Museum
Monday February 8, 2016- 11:00pm-3:00pm
$10.00 per family
Cash only at the door

Join us for our Family Day Event at the Port Moody Station Museum! On February 8th from 11:00am-3:00pm, we will be having a Working on the Rail Road themed Event! Families will put their name on a copper plate and then hammer them into our train tracks where they will stay all year. They will then go to our Spike hammering activity. Warm up  and enjoy some hot chocolate as you climb aboard our 1921 train car and make your own conductors hat. There will be a dress up train area and a scavenger hunt throughout the Museum!

 

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Heritage Day: The Port Moody Station Museum
Sunday February 21, 2016- 12:00pm-4:00pm

Join us at the Port Moody Station Museum on February 21 as we celebrate Heritage. Enjoy detailed tours of our McKnight Centennial Trench from the guys who built it, then be first to witness a new project we are doing. At 1:00pm, we will present a WWI photo, talk about the photo and then create a reenactment picture. This will start a series of reenactment photos that the trench squad will be doing throughout the next few years. There will be detailed tours of the trench afterwards. Learn about your community’s heritage by getting a detailed tour of the museum and learning about the 1908 train station. There is an event at Queens Plaza that we will also have a display at and a shuttle will be running from the museum to Queen Plaza throughout the day!

 

 

Fashion Show: Fashions on the Home Front| Feb 28
Inlet Theatre: 100 Newport Village, Port Moody
Sunday February 28, 2016- 2:00pmMonday February 8, 2016
Tickets: $23.00 ( Service fee included)
Light refreshments at intermission and door prizes

Purchase online at www.inlettheatre.ca

 

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Spend your Sunday afternoon at the Inlet Theatre and enjoy a live fashion show produced and narrated by fashion historian Ivan Sayers.
Guests will enjoy a glimpse into his amazing collection and with wit and humour, he will share his wealth of knowledge about the historical impact the Great wars had on fashion on the home front.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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