Visit the Golden Spike Days at Rocky Point Park from June 29th to July 2nd for amazing food, entertainment and activities.
If you’re looking for something to do on Family Day, visit the Port Moody Station Museum for a “working on the railroad” event from 10am-2pm. Make your own conductor hat, hammer your name into the train tracks and participate in a spike hammering activity.
See life in the trenches of World War I through the eyes of German Typographer, Rudolf Koch. This exhibition will feature sketches of everyday life in the trenches, on loan from the Klingspor Museum in Offenbach, Germany. Opening reception is January 14th and the exhibition will run until the end of April.
On December 2, join your friends and neighbours at Rocky Point Park to celebrate the holiday season. Make your way to the gazebo by the pier at 6pm, and warm up with some hot chocolate while you listen to carol singers (feel free to sing along). Ride the holiday mini train with your children or grandchildren, and help the kids write a letter to Santa.
Each November the Pacific Digital Photography Club produces “ Photomotion”, a compendium of their members’ digital slide/sound shows. The shows include a selection of juried audio-visual presentations approximately 3 to 4 minutes in duration.
Enjoy Port Moody’s first-ever Car-Free Day on Sunday, August 20. A section of St. Johns Street will have a spectacular celebration, filled with local businesses and artisans, delicious food, live music, and activities for all ages.
Wheel 2 Heal is a fun, challenging and unique bicycle ride through the Tri-Cities that raises money for Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation. Whatever your ability and fitness level, we have a route for you. Post ride, Celebration Plaza offers fun for the whole family including kid’s activities!
Visit the Port Moody Station Museum on April 16th from 10am-2pm for an Easter Extravaganza. Admission is $5 per person (cash only) and the activities are for all ages. The hunt is on all day so visit anytime!
This year the Port Moody Canadian Film Festival will be held over 1 weekend. (March 9 – 12) and all shows will be held in the evenings. There will be numerous guest film-makers in attendance.
You’re invited to a night of food, drinks, live music, and mingling. Come bump shoulders with local residents of Port Moody, business owners and more. Learn why many love calling the city of arts their home.
Interested in using greener products to clean your home? In this workshop, Michelle from Foster Naturals will talk about what is in conventional cleaning products and how you can ‘green your clean’.
This fairy tale is a perfect gift for Christmas. “The Snow Queen” is a puppet musical play organized by Wonderland School of Arts. A spectacular show with the participation of the best students at the Inlet Theatre in Port Moody.
Look through our 37 wonderful craft tables for unique items and the perfect Christmas gift for someone special. Don’t forget to put something in the donation bucket to support the Eagle Ridge Hospital.
The 38th annual Rock and Gem Show and Sale titled “Seeking Sulphur-From Resource to Precious Stone” is taking place on October 29th-30th from 10am-5pm. The event will take place at the Kyle Centre in Port Moody.
Experience an authentic Bavarian Oktoberfest in Port Moody for a one of a kind festival. This year’s event will have Oktoberfest beer, fresh Pretzels, Wieners, Bratwurst, Kettle corn, live DJ plus live Bayerische Musikkappelle, Singing, Dancing, Dirndl, Lederhosen und much much more…
Join us for the final evening of the Summer Music Series on Friday August 5.
Bring a chair and be entertained with live music on the Romer’s patio in the Suter Brook Community Square with friends and family!
SHAKESPEARE’S GLOBE ON SCREEN offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the unique charm of the world famous Globe Theatre, home of Shakespeare and critically acclaimed performances. A truly distinctive cinema experience and the very best seat in the house. Inlet Theatre is pleased to be able to show three select films from this series.
The Port Moody Heritage Society is holding their annual Mother’s Day Tea on Sunday, May 10. Treat your Mom and your family to live entertainment by Nigel Tucker, and enjoy a relaxing tea in fine china, with treats sponsored by Cobbs Bread Suter Brook! You will enjoy a leisurely tour of the Museum, a stroll through the Heritage and Meditation Gardens and time to reminisce aboard our 1921 Train car. Take time for family and celebrate your Mom at The Port Moody Station Museum!
This Daffodil Month, add a spring to your step with the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Dash – a 1k walk and 5k run (and don’t forget the 100m mini dash for the kids!) that raises funds for cancer research and prevention and support for people living with the disease right now.
This year the Port Moody Canadian Film Festival will be held over 1 weekend. (March 10 – 13) and all shows will be held in the evenings. There will be numerous guest film-makers in attendance.
Celebrate Heritage Week with a visit to the Port Moody Station Museum and discover Port Moody’s history. The Museum offers recreated station rooms and displays on Port Moody’s early history.