Our fun, free envirofest will be held at our Noons Creek Hatchery and the Port Moody Recreation Centre’s ice rink, located just across the walking bridge at 300 Ioco Road.
Our fun, free envirofest will be held at our Noons Creek Hatchery and the Port Moody Recreation Centre’s ice rink, located just across the walking bridge at 300 Ioco Road. We are very proud to announce the City of Port Moody, Pacific Coast Terminals (PCT) and Port of Vancouver, as again being tremendous sponsors of this year’s event.
This iconic environmental festival, the largest of its kind in the Lower Mainland, provides an opportunity for children to help release thousands of young chum salmon into Noons Creek to help these fish begin their four-year journey at sea, and to visit the hatchery with its fish-rearing pond and restored wetland.
Which Groups are Attending?
Environmental groups and artists are invited to apply to attend. In the Port Moody Skating Arena, over 70 organizations will provide opportunities to learn more about community initiatives and environmental stewardship. In previous years, we have been delighted to host the following exhibitors, many of whom return each year:
- The City of Port Moody (Presenting Sponsor)
- Port of Vancouver (Sponsor)
- Pacific Coast Terminals (Sponsor)
- Mike the Reptile Guy
- Port Moody Station Museum
- Vancouver Aquarium’s aquabus
- Plus many more. Check out our full list of past exhibitors!
There will be First Nations artists and carvers, wildlife artists, Metro Van Regional Parks, amongst others.
Bobs & Lolo – FREE CONCERT
The ever popular Bobs & Lolo will be back again this year to give performances at 11:30 am and 1:00 pm in the arena.
How Do We Get There?
Everyone is encouraged to carpool, use public transit or cycle to the event as this is a green event, and parking is very limited. For additional information, visit www.noonscreek.org, phone the hatchery at 604-469-9106, or call Festival organiser, Dave Bennie, on 604-617-1163.
Acknowledging that we are on the unceded, occupied, ancestral and traditional lands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish),Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 3:00 pm