Port Moody Oktoberfest

Cheers to a good Fall ahead.  We’re excited to announce with the rise in the popularity of Port Moody Brewery Lane, there is a great Port Moody Oktoberfest event happening over at Newport Village just to give you more choice in your beer connoisseur palate.

This coming weekend as well as the weekend after there are two back to back jam packed weekends sure to bring fun for everyone.  To get your tickets to this local fun Tri City event visit:

To responsibly visit our local Rocky Point Brewery Lane we highly encourage enlisting the help of Canadian Craft Tours.  They take you to local vineyards and breweries in various districts at your own leisure and you also get a safe ride while you do it.


For more fun events in the area stay tuned and visit our events page to stay on top of what’s happening in and around Port Moody Oktoberfest.

Please enjoy touring responsibly and if you choose to drink, find a safe ride home.

Your local Port Moody Host

Mary Ellen

Fall Fun for Everyone

Is it that time yet?  Where we get to pull out the cozy sweaters, go a little over zealous on the colour orange and all things to do with pumpkins? Check out this local fall fun for everyone.  We can’t wait for tea cozy season to get into gear.   For those of you curious as to how to settle into a stay here on the coast but still enjoy the last rays of sunshine before liquid sunshine season begins, here are a few things to check out this fall:

1)   Local Farms

Whether it is to pick apples at a ‘You Pick Location’ or for a hayride, there are lots of local farms that have a ton of activities.  Local corn farms will often have corn mazes that open during this time of the year.   The pumpkin patch is often a winner.

Venturing to leave the kids at home?  Look for mulled ciders and ice wine tastings at local vineyards and tasting rooms.

2)   Local Farmers Markets

If you can’t actually make it all the way to the farm, the next best thing is a farmers market.  Our local farmers markets go all the way through the Winter.   Poirier Farmers Market goes until mid October and Port Moody’s Farmer’s Market starts up in the beginning of November.  For more details about each weekly event visit:


3)   Culture Days

Looking for some local flavours and cultural experiences?  Look no further than Culture Days happening in various locations around BC.  More locally, around the Tri Cities from Friday, September 25th to Sunday September 27th.

Featuring the Burrard Inlet Fishfest at Rocky Point Park as well as Art Exhibits and Artistic Performances throughout Port Moody

For more information check out the details map and tickets to all the main attractions here:


We look forward to pulling out the fleecy robes for our guests, spicing up our tea selections for our high teas and settling into an anticipated cool down for the coastal region.

Your Host,

Mary Ellen