Past Events

Ioco Ghost Town Day   September 23, 12-4 pm

Come down to the Ioco townsite to enjoy this very popular, annual festival. Enjoy 20+ local vendors and community organizations’ displays, as well as live music and entertainment, guided trolley tours of the townsite and more! Kids will also have a great time with many different games and activities, including pony rides. The Ioco Ghost Town Days festival is a favourite among Port Moody residents and a great way to spend time with family and friends out in the community. Exciting News , there will be a new ARTISTS AT WORK area on Ioco Road and 3rd Avenue! Stop by watch artists at work , they will also be exhibiting their art !

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Directions to Ioco Road and 1st Avenue from the Port Moody Station Museum

The Band NEWFISH will perform throughout the day!

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17196_962653317108600_4899091521806831422_nClaire Lundin

Comedy Magician Chris Yuill

Performs at 12:30, 1:30 2:30 kid zone area                                                                                            Special Performance by Claire Lundin  12:45 on Main stage

chris@cymagic.ca

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Joyce and her dancing Border collies perform at 1:00 and 2:00 in Kids zone area

Venosta Radio Show September 30, 3pm

Inter-Planetary Adventures of Flash Gordon.

Join us for the Venosta Radio Show as we take you back to the days before television when families would gather around the radio to be entertained by stories, ads, and music. Enjoy a free behind-the-scenes look at how a 1920’s radio show was executed. This free, fun event is held at the Inlet Theatre, Port Moody.

The Expect Exceptional Theatre will perform three vintage episodes of  Flash Gordon. There will be no intermission but three commercial breaks between episodes. Run time 1 hour.

Great War Talk: The 100 Days Campaign September 29, 2pm

Learn about the campaign that spanned from August 8, 1918 until the end of the Great War on November 11, 1918, that became known as ‘The Hundred Days’. The talk will be presented by historian and museum volunteer John Goheen.