Help Celebrate Ioco Church

Ioco Church in the late 1970's

Ioco Church is an important part of Port Moody’s Ioco Heritage Conservation Area.   As such, Sunday  September 16th the church gets a new name: Ioco United Heritage Church.  In-conjunction, it gets a new pastor, Rev. Dr. Warren McKinnon.

The following is an invitation to welcome and help celebrate the events-
                                                                        United Church of Canada
                                                                          Westminster Presbytery
                                                                                Invites you to

Ioco Church in the late 1970’s


     Between Rev. Dr. Warren McKinnon
    And Ioco United Heritage Church
    7:00 p.m. September 16, 2012
    1790 Ioco Road, Port Moody BC
    Reception to follow the service
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The Station Museum Goes to Tri Cities VolunteerFest

Tri Cities VolunteerFest

This weekend the Port Moody Station Museum was at the Tri-Cities VolunteerFest at Coquitlam Centre. It was a fantastic event put on by Community Volunteer Connections, where we and other local organizations had the opportunity to meet enthusiastic people looking to give back to the community. We also got to chat with Coquitlam’s mayor Richard Stewart and MP Finn Donnelly. Thanks to CVC for allowing us to connect with so many great new volunteers!

Station Museum Participates in ArtWalk 2011

Water colour by Lori Motokado

Water colour by Lori Motokado

The Port Moody Station Museum is once again participating in ArtsConnect’s Annual ArtWalk on April 16th and 17th from 12:00-5:00pm both days. ArtWalk is a free, self-guided tour features the work of local Tri-City artists, including paintings, photography, pottery, glass, sculpture, book arts and jewelry. The artists run the gamut from students and emerging artists to more established artists.
Five of the artists will be showing their work at the Museum. These include photographer Manfred Kraus, painter Sonia Mais, painter Lori Motokado, painter Anne Ridsdale Mott and painter Elham Sarvi.

Photograph by Manfred Kraus

Other artists will be displaying pieces in 10 other venues ranging from a chocolate shop to a yoga studio and the Galleria at the Port Moody Civic Centre, to name but a few. Click here for a full map. It’s a great chance to meet local artists and see artwork being created firsthand here in our community. The artwork is also offered for sale so you can shop local for that special someone while supporting the exhibiting artists.
We’re looking forward to seeing you here!