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#12 - Port Moody Legion #119

Step into the heart of community spirit at the Royal Canadian Legion #119! Our doors are wide open to the public – yes, that means you and your beloved family, with kiddos eagerly welcomed under your watchful eye. Don’t fret over memberships; our arms are open for everyone to discover our brand-new amenities.


Nestled at 2529 Clarke Street, in the beating heart of Port Moody, BC, we’re more than just a spot on the map; we’re a beacon of camaraderie and convenience, complete with hassle-free customer and on-street parking. Plus, we’re a stone’s throw away from bus lines and the vital Moody Centre SkyTrain station – making your journey to us as easy as the smiles you’ll find inside.

Address: 2529 Clarke Street, Port Moody 


Instagram: @portmoodylegion119

Facebook: @portmoodylegion119

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Exhibiting Artists

Tamara Grand

Tamara Grand is a Port Moody-based abstract painter and mixed-media artist who creates colourful, expressive and joy-filled works of art.

"For me, art-making is a form of play and exploration. It’s a way to tap into my innermost self and let my imagination run wild. When I’m creating, I’m fully present in the moment, focusing only on the materials in front of me and the next mark to be made.

Recently, I've been exploring shape, colour and composition through a series of small, collaged works. My 'Petite Paper Paintings' series consists of one hundred mixed media paintings, created by collaging hand-painted papers on small canvases. During the Shuffle, I'll be showing these works, and inviting participants to investigate colour and form by creating arrays of their favourite pieces.”

Medium: Mixed media


Instagram: @tamaragrandart

Facebook: @tamaragrandart

Rose Kapp

Rose Kapp (Roszay) is a professionally educated visual artist based in the Tri-Cities. She is known for her illustrated maps, colouring pages, wonky building paintings and Worry Bird cartoons. For fun she creates bold earrings that are now available to those brave enough to wear them. Rose is a local arts advocate and founder of Creative People Talking, an artist’s community network/salon. To see samples of her work check

“My work is light-hearted, colourful and small in scale.
I am severely detail orientated.
I find the need to venture from 2D into 3D at times.
And that’s why I crafted earrings.
For fun, for myself.
Playing with colour, composition, design, and not being able to stop means I now have pairs to share.
Many contain up-cycled beads.
Each is thoughtfully titled.
Each is unique.”


Medium: Beaded earrings



Instagram: @rosekapp7071

Facebook: @rose.kapp.92

Blue Mountain Quilters’ Guild

The Blue Mountain Quilters' Guild recently celebrated our 20th anniversary. The current membership of 130 people loves to create and donate quilts and quilted items to a variety of local community groups. Some of our beneficiaries are Royal Columbian Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Port Moody Legion and Bea's Kloset. Funds raised from our various raffle quilts have been donated to local organizations such as Coquitlam Search and Rescue, Talitha Koum Society and Tri-City Transitions Society. Your purchase of our Art Walk items will help to further fund our robust donation program.

“We love to play with fabrics! We are thrilled to share that love of fabric, colour and design with others, both within our quilt guild and in our local communities. Join us to view our colourful creations of table runners, pillows, tote bags and more. Perhaps you will be enticed to take an item home with you.”

Medium: Textiles



Facebook: @BMQGuild

Port Moody Men’s Shed

Port Moody Men’s Shed (Old Guys Doing Woodwork) 

“The Port Moody Men’s Shed formed during the pandemic as part of an international movement of Men’s Sheds. Sheds provide, generally older men a place to go, something to do and someone to talk to. It’s all about improving men’s health and well-being without actually saying that’s what it’s about. We do talk a lot,  but also make things from fine woodworking to community projects.”

Medium: Wood



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