‘Meeting The Moodys’ exhibition coming up soon!

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Coming up in just a few weeks from October 14- November 25 is the ‘Meeting the Moodys’ exhibition. Visit this exhibition to learn more about the family behind our city’s name.

Exhibition on loan from the Royal BC Museum.

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The Venosta Radio Show is coming up!

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Make sure to come to the Inlet Theatre this Sunday October 1st for the Venosta Radio Show! Get a free behind-the-scenes look at how a 1920s radio show was executed.

Doors open at 2:15 and the performance starts at 3pm.

Don’t miss this amazing performance by the Expect Theatre!

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Directions to 2017 IOCO ghost town days


IOCO ghost town day is tomorrow! We’ve had a few people calling into the museum asking for directions, so we made a map of how to get from here to there.

Hope to see you on the old lawn bowling pitch!


Volunteers needed for Ioco Ghost Town Days

We are looking for some strong helpers to help us set up some tents for the upcoming Ioco Ghost Town Days festival events!
We need help setting up tents at the Ioco Townsite Saturday at 3:30pm and Sunday at 9am.
We are also looking to borrow a propane gas campfire for our event on Saturday evening.

If there are any volunteers willing to lend us theirs or anybody who wants to volunteer to help set up please contact the museum:

Stronger Pre-screening tickets still available!


We still have a few tickets for the pre-screening of ‘Stronger’ happening tomorrow at 7pm at Cineplex Fifth Avenue in Vancouver to give away!
Email us at info@portmoodymuseum.org if you’re interested in getting a double pass to this inspiring movie!


Ioco Ghost Town Days is coming up!

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There is still spots available for the corn roast, hot dogs, and ghost walk at the Ioco Townsite on September 23rd from 5-8pm.
Admission is by donation (recommended $3/person).
If you are interested in coming, please RSVP to info@portmoodymuseum.org

Don’t forget to come to the Ioco Townsite on September 24th from 12-4pm for the Ioco Ghost Town Days festival. Enjoy live music, local vendors, fun activities, trolley tour rides, and more!

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Trench reenactment series part 3, today 7pm

Today is you last chance to see our trench reenactment. This time you will be able to see a trench raid.


Here is a great article about today event from Diane Strandberg in the TriCity News

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The dust has barely settled in the trench and we are starting our third re-enactment.
Join us tomorrow 7pm at the museum for our trench event. This time we are taking you to see a trench raid.
We are also raffling off tickets for the pre-screening of Stronger.AND_3881_00022

Big thank you to Andrew Lee for taking all those amazing pictures of our trench event.

Stronger pre-screening tickets giveaway

Lately, the Port Moody Station Museum has been the location for the filming of a few TV shows and movies. We are fortunate to have been given 10 double passes to the pre-screening of the upcoming movie Stronger to give away to 10 lucky PMSM patrons!

Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslany, Stronger is the inspiring true story of Jeff Bauman, an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become a symbol of hope following the infamous 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. It is Jeff’s deeply personal account of the heroic journey which tests a family’s bond, defines a community’s pride and inspires his inner courage to overcome devastating adversity.

The Pre-screening will be at Fifth Avenue Cinemas in Vancouver on Wednesday September 20th at 7pm.

How to enter:
Join us for our third WWI reenactment on September 16th at 7pm to enter. Names will be drawn at the end of the event. Must be 19+ to enter.

Stronger is in theatres September 22

Koch Exhibit delayed

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Koch Exhibit that was set to open on September 10 will be delayed until further notice.

Although there have been many issues with the transportation of the exhibit, the Port Moody Station Museum is still committed to bringing these meaningful and significant sketches to display in our museum.

You can read more about the exhibit and the challenges we face in bringing the exhibit to Port Moody in yesterday’s Tri-Cities Newspaper. You can see the article online at: https://issuu.com/tri-city-news/docs/tcnews_0906/19