The Golden Spike Can Can Dancers
were established in 1977 and are sponsored by the Pleasantside Community Association. They are a volunteer group who pay for their own costumes and donate their time to rehearse and perform so they can raise money for many different charities.
They have been performing at Port Moody’s Golden Spike Days for the past 37 years, and also perform at many other events throughout the Lower Mainland and beyond.
You can check out the Golden Spike Can Can Dancers at this year’s Golden Spike Days festival running June 26th to 28th, and be sure to stop by their photo booth while you are there. You can find a schedule of when they are dancing at www.goldenspike.ca
You can watch the Regular Meeting of Council in the window below. Art at Council begins at the the 17 second mark of the video.