Reenactment Video

Just before we start our week of Remembrance we are ready to share the video of our last reenactment. Our amazing volunteer, cameraman and video editor Gerrit deWaal just uploaded this great video.

The last reenactment featured a night raid and touched on the suffering of the many people who were displaced during the Great War.



Week of Remembrance

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The Week of Remembrance is coming up soon at the Port Moody Station Museum . We look forward to seeing you at the museum for these special events.

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Aboriginal Veteran’s Day drum making workshop November 8th, 5:30-8pm

Special Guest Alice Guss will teach you how to make your own drum in this special drum making workshop in honor of Aboriginal Veteran’s Day. Alice will also share stories about First Nations Veterans. Drum pricing: 3″- $15, 6″-$30, 14″ with drumstick- $150. To learn more about Alice, visit RSVP required. To register phone (604-939-1648) or email (





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Great War Talk and Candlelight Vigil November 10th, 7-9pm

Join us for a Great War talk on the Battle of Passchendaele by John Goheen at 7pm, followed by a candlelight vigil held in the trench at 8pm, where playwright Charlotte Cameron will read from her book containing her one-act play Running: The Alex Decoteau Story, presented by Playconnect. The play tellls the story of Alex Decoteau who was the first Indigenous police officer in Canada, a runner in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, and finally, a message runner in the Great War who died at the Battle of Passchendaele





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Great War Talk: Aboriginals in the Great War November 12th, 2-3pm

Join guest speaker Tom Van Walleghem as he gives a talk on First Nations soldiers in the Great War.










Tell us the Stories Exhibit Opening November 12th, 4-5pm

Join us for the official opening of Tell us the Stories at the Port Moody Station Museum. Students of Pleasantside and Anmore Elementary Schools have worked with their families to create projects that will be displayed at the Museum to tell the stories of their relatives, past and present, who have served in the wars. Come to the Museum between November 7th and December 1st to discover the amazing wartime histories of families in our own community through photos, artifacts, and stories.


The Port Moody Station Museum on Global News

Take a look at Jim’s interview with Squire Barnes on what Port Moody could have been by following the link below:

How Port Moody could have been bigger than Vancouver



Venosta Radio Show today!!!


Don’t forget to come to the Inlet Theatre today for the Venosta Radio Show! Doors open at 2:15 and the performance starts at 3pm!
You don’t want to miss this amazing behind-the-scenes look at how a ’20s radio show was produced!