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#6 - Queen Street Plaza

Queen Street Plaza was the first Pop Up Park in Port Moody. This cobblestone square is known for it’s public art, the cherry blossoms in spring, and lush garden planters in summer. With abundant colourful seating and an oversize sandbox, it has become a gathering space for urban families.

For the Art Shuffle the plaza will be activated by local authors from Tri-City Wordsmiths, art activities with SHARE Society, a DisDaBomb booth by Community Ventures, some of our Street Market artists, and ping pong with Placemaker Communities.

Address: Queen Street Plaza, Port Moody

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Exhibiting Groups


DisDaBomb is a Social Enterprise supported by Community Ventures Society, a non-profit based in the Tri-Cities, BC that provides support, and programs & helps find job opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. Our bath bombs are produced by the individuals we serve.

DisDaBomb’s bath products are designed to provide customers with a luxurious and relaxing experience. What sets DisDaBomb apart is that all products are carefully handcrafted by individuals with disabilities, who are provided with valuable skills, and competitive wages, to succeed in their community. Our bath products use only the finest natural and locally sourced ingredients.

Medium: Bath bombs



Instagram: @dis.da.bomb

Tri-City Wordsmiths

The Tri-City Wordsmiths is a vibrant community of writers in the Tri-Cities area. Their regular meetings take place at the Terry Fox Library in Port Coquitlam. These gatherings provide a space for writers to connect, learn, and share their passion for the written word. Every session has a guest speaker to share insights, experiences, and knowledge related to writing. Learn more at

Key board members:

Erik D’Souza (President)

Erik is a Port Moody mystery writer, podcaster, and professional speaker. He is the social media, webinar coordinator, and podcast host for Crime Writers of Canada. He also hosts the popular reading series Writers in Our Midst at the Port Moody Public Library. Visit him at

Hui Zhang (Programming Manager)

Zhang Hui is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) and writer. She lives permanently in Burnaby with her family but is still a lawyer and arbitrator in China. She believes in writing for a good cause and she hopes the Canadian Immigration Handbook may serve as a tool to help people with immigration needs protect themselves from immigration fraud. Learn more about the handbook at

Medium: Writing



Facebook: @tricitywordsmiths

SHARE Family and Community Services

SHARE is a non-profit, independent, community-based organization providing leadership and programs in response to the social needs of the residents of the Tri-Cities. Our focus is on supporting members of the community, collaborative partnerships with other service providers and groups, and the provision of a wide range of programs and services that wrap around people during their time of need.

SHARE will be in Queen Street Plaza and is planning fun and engaging family-friendly art activities for kids and adults alike.


Instagram: @SHARE society

Facebook: @SHAREfcs

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