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    ArtsConnect
Looking for something creative to see or do? Make sure to check out ArtsConnect, the definitive guide to everything cultural happening in the Tri-Cities. This not-for-profit arts council connects you with arts events, classes, calls for talent, community highlights & local festivals.
     
 Blackberry Artist's Society logo   Blackberry Artist's Society
The Blackberry Artist’s Society (BAS) is a co-op of local artists, with a membership that varies from 20 to 30 members throughout the year. Members of the society work in a wide range of mediums, and as members complete new pieces they bring them in ‘fresh from the studio’ and offer them for sale through the Blackberry Gift Shop, located within the Port Moody Arts Centre (2425 St. Johns Street).
Keep up with the Blackberry Artists Society by simply visiting their website to learn more.
     
   

Golden Spike Days Society
The Golden Spike Days Festival was created in 1971 by the Kiwanis Club of Coquitlam & Port Moody to commemorate the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway line and its arrival at the Port Moody Station, the western terminus, in the late 1880’s.  Various events took place over the years in celebration of this historic moment. The early years were much different, and it wasn’t until 1990 that The Golden Spike Days Festival became a celebration in the form that we know it as today.  Check out this year's lineup of events and activities.




    GOLIATH Performing Arts Society
GOLIATH Performing Arts Society is committed to providing youth with opportunities to excel in the arts. They stress youth leadership, and all GOLIATH activities and events are conceived, planned, and executed by staff that is experienced, knowledgeable, and professional… as well as young!  Contact GOLIATH Performing Arts Society for more information.
     
 Port Moody Art Association   Port Moody Art Association
The Port Moody Art Association began in 1967 with a handful of artists. By the club’s second year, it had over 30 members. Today, the Association has a 100-member membership and a waiting list for membership.  Community favourites include the Annual Show and Sale of Original Paintings, and the ongoing exhibits at Eagle Ridge Hospital and the Port Moody Police Station.  View their website for more information.
     
    Port Moody Arts Centre Society
Get creative and sign up for the Arts Centre's popular camps, courses and workshops! Or come by and see the current exhibitions on display. Visit the Port Moody Arts Centre website for more details. Located at 2425 St. Johns Street.
     
    Port Moody Film Society
The Port Moody Film Society, established in 2000, is a volunteer not-for-profit organization. They encourage an appreciation of film and film making, showcase films, filmmakers and provide opportunities for regular monthly viewings, annual festivals and film screenings at special events.  For more information check out the Port Moody Film Society.
     
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Port Moody Heritage Society
Experience Port Moody’s past at the Station Museum. Explore the historical displays in the 100 year old train station, peek into the restored Venosta railcar and wander through the heritage garden.  Visit the Port Moody Heritage Society website. The museum is located at 2734 Murray Street – next to Rocky Point Park.

 Summer Sunday Concerts   Summer Sun Productions Ltd.
Summer Sundays is an annual free concert series running Sundays throughout July and August at the PCT Performance Stage in Rocky Point Park. Top local and international bands are featured. Audio and video clips demonstrating the type and calibre of entertainment can be sampled at Summer Sunday Concerts. Funded by corporate sponsorship and administered by volunteers, donations are accepted in lieu of admission, 100% of which go to support Crossroads Hospice Society.
 
     
   

Check out ArtsConnect's Cultural Directory for contact information for the who's who in arts and cultural in the Tri-Cities.

Last updated: 06/08/2013 10:41:06 AM