Port Moody Centennial

Centennial Community Block Parties - Host a party in your neighbourhood!
Host your own Centennial Event! City of Port Moody is offering a limited number of $100 grants for your community block party. Bring neighbours together, celebrate City of Port Moody Centennial year and help build communities by having a community block party. In addition to the grant the City provides you with a Centennial promotional package for your approved block party. Block parties are a great way to encourage neighbours to connect and improve their community. You do not have to live in a district of single family homes to be involved in a block party. Block parties can happen in common spaces of townhouse complexes, in front of apartment buildings, or in a nearby park. A block party is a group of neighbours working together to organize an event for their residential neighbourhood. Apply today. Fill out a permit application found on the Centennial – Get Involved webpage.

Port Moody Centennial Youth Arts Festival, July 26-27
Join us for the 2nd Annual Port Moody Arts Festival! This engaging festival features local talent, ages 13-18 years old. Bands, dancers, films and visual art.

Community Picnic & Fireworks Celebrating Port Moody's Centennial, August 17
Bring your family to a picnic at Rocky Point. A day of activities, family friendly races and entertainment! Our younger residents are invited to join in games and races following a performance by Charlotte Diamond. The Pids, Wall Street and ABRA Cadabra will play through the afternoon and into the night when fireworks will close the event. Fireworks production is brought to you by Celebration of Lights two-time Grand Champion.

Day On The Water - Centennial Event Celebrating Our Waterfront Community, August 17
Port Moody waterfront community organizations plan a day of water and land activities. Dragon boat rides; sailing demos & races; safety demos; Flavelle Boom Boat demos. Participating in the event are: Nothin Dragon, Abreast in a Boat, Rocky Point sailing, Inlet Rowing Club, Canadian Power Squadron and Old Mill Boathouse.


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