2022

June 30
3pm-10pm

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FRI

July 1
10am - 10pm

SAT

July 2
10am - 10pm
 

SUN

July 3
10am - 7pm

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Family Fun

admission by donation

 

The Golden Spike Days Festival is one of the oldest and longest running family events in BC and are proud to have been named to The Tri-City News’ A-List as ‘Favorite Community Event,’ multiple years running. The festival is held at Rocky Point Park around Canada Day, attracting upwards of 40,000 people of all walks of life with live entertainment, special events and activities for all ages. Our event commemorates the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway line and its arrival at the original western terminus in Port Moody where the LAST SPIKE was driven. 

 

Port Moody Golden Spike Days Festival is coordinated by a dedicated group of Volunteers who work tirelessly to produce a fun Family Event  Come join us for the 45th annual Golden Spike Days festival. This year promises to be a fun filled event with new and returning attractions. Stay tuned to this website for further updates as they become available. If you are interested volunteering for the event please click here.   If you are interested in volunteering for the year round operations please click here.

Our Story

 

Golden Spike Days is a great weekend for the entire family. Fun activities abound with live entertainment, amazing food, arts and crafts fair, youth talent competition and a variety of craft beer vendors.

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Things to do, hear, see and taste!

Golden Spike Days is a great community festival for the entire family! Fun activities abound with live entertainment, amazing food, arts and crafts, interactive activities, youth talent competition and a variety of craft beer vendors.

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Golden Spike Days offers a variety of entertainment from the Port Moody Can Can dancers to a well-known concert line up including Platinum Blonde.

Check out the Wesgroup Family Zone for our new festival attractions.

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Brought to you by Open Road Auto Group. Applications now open. Calling all singers, dancers, comics, bands, instrumentalists, and magicians: come show us what you’ve got!

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Volunteer

Help give back to your community. Come and get involved as an adult volunteer at this year’s festival!

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Contact Us

Hungry?  We offer a variety of food trucks and vendors to satisfy everyone’s tastes – from mini donuts to hamburgers, mac and cheese and more.

Relax and enjoy a beverage, including local products such as beer, wine and selzer. Request your favorite tune from the Dueling Pianos!

Thank you to our generous sponsors.

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2715 Esplanade St, Port Moody, BC V3H 3P4

Tel: 604.931.8852

Email: office@goldenspike.ca

 

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Thank you to our generous sponsors.

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We acknowledge that the Golden Spike Day Festival is taking place on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem First Nation). We thank the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm who continue to live on these lands and care for them, along with the waters and all that is above and below.

 

We also acknowledge that many communities have grieved the discovery of the 215 children who were taken from their families and communities and died at the Kamloops Residential School as part of the history of Indigenous genocide in this country. The Golden Spike Days Festival sends their deepest condolences to all the affected families. Reconciliation requires education and an ongoing commitment from each of us. 

 

For more information on the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem First Nation), please visit their website at www.kwikwetlem.com and follow them on social media: Facebook,  Twitter, and Instagram.

 

To learn more about Canada’s Indian Residential School System, there are many resources, including books you can read and films you can watch.  Some 150,000 Indigenous children were removed and separated from their families and communities to attend residential schools across Canada. While most of the 139 Indian Residential Schools ceased to operate by the mid-1970s, the last federally-run school closed in the late 1990s. 

 

Resources 

  1. NCTR - National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

  2. Follow the Truth and Reconciliation Commissioners on Social Media

·       The Honourable Justice Murray Sinclair – Chair of the T.R.C.

·       Dr. Marie Wilson – Commissioner of T.R.C.

·       Chief Wilton Littlechild – Commissioner of T.R.C.

 

3.   National Film Board of Canada (nfb.ca) – Film “We Were Children”.

 

2715 Esplanade St, Port Moody, BC V3H 3P4

Tel: 604.931.8852

Email: office@goldenspike.ca

 

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