Port Moody Branch #119

New Years Eve Extravaganza!

New Years Eve 2019 Extravaganza

Join us for a night of dining & dance, Tuesday December 31, 2019

Taking reservations for dinner starting at 6:00pm (doors at 5:00pm)

3-course meal (New Years Eve Menu 2019), plus:

  • Glass of Prosecco
  • Party Favours
  • Appetizers at 11:30pm

Cost: $65 / person + GST


–Music: “Pianorama” features Al Foreman & Doc Fingers accompanied by

Chris Nordquist (drums), Tim Hearsey (guitar) and Jerry Cook (sax) —

Rear View Mirror Band

Saturday, November 30, 2019 – 8pm to midnight

Inlet Jazz Band – Saturday, November 9

Remembrance Day November 11 Afternoon Entertainment

Linda Szentes & Jazz Links: 3:00pm – 4:45pm

Inlet Jazz Band: 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Remembrance Day 2019 Schedule of Events Announced

The schedule for our most treasured day of the year, November 11th, has been announced for 2019.

Monday November 11, 2019 – Schedule of Events:

Kyle Centre (125 Kyle Street, Port Moody)

Port Moody Arts Centre (2425 St. Johns Street, Port Moody)

For full details on the Ceremony, the Program can be found here


Club 119 @ The Legion (2529 Clarke Street, Port Moody)
* Entrance in the breezeway
** Parking on street or underground (spots marked w/ “LEGION”)

Entertainment @ Legion Branch 119  (following the Parade & Ceremony):

SFU Pipe & Drum Band  |  1pm – 1:30pm
Heather Jolley Scottish Tartan Dancers  |  2pm
4-piece band Linda Szentes and the Jazz Links  |  3pm – 5pm
Inlet Jazz Band  |  5pm – 8pm

Parade Route Map:

Northbound Kyle Street to Clarke Street, eastbound Clarke Street to Mary Street, southbound on Mary Street, westbound on St Johns Street, parade stops and lines up on St. Johns Street (2400 block) for the ceremony.

Form-up for parade in Kyle Center Parking lot

Traffic Control Points Legend:

Note: Red bars are barricades for the hard perimeter. Yellow bars are moveable barricades manned by police.


Saturday, Nov 2, 2019 – 7:30-11:30pm

Wreaths for Remembrance Day 2019 Ceremony

If you would like to order a wreath for this year’s Remembrance Day ceremony on Monday, November 11th, simply print, complete and return the form at http://www.legion119.ca/wreath-order-form-2019-3/ with a cheque to the Branch.

More details can be found within the document.

Please Note: the deadline for submissions is Monday, November 4th

Daily Food Specials – October 2019

* Thanksgiving Monday Special $12 *
Open-Faced Hot Turkey Sandwich on Stuffing Bread
w/ Mashed Potatoes & Veg

Monday Fish & Chips $7 (1-piece) $10 (2-piece)
Tuesday Hot Prime Rib Sandwich w/ french fries $12
Wednesday Beef Dip $8
Thursday 8oz Beef Burger w/ french fries  $9
Friday Prime Rib Dinner $16 | 1lb Wings $8 (2pm – 4:30pm)
Saturday Pork Schnitzel with Red Cabbage, Glazed Carrots and Roasted Potato $13
Sunday Fettuccine & Meatballs w/ Garlic toast $13

Weekend Breakfast Special:
Saturday & Sunday Two Egg Breakfast $6 | Eggs Benedict $10

Food Specials Note: Apply only with the purchase of a beverage. No Substitutions. Dine-in only. Thank you.

Flamenco Extravaganza Friday, October 4

This Flamenco Event was first scheduled for the Gallery Bistro in Port Moody – but because of the Fire that destroyed the Bistro – this event is now to be held at Club 119 at the Port Moody Legion.
The event will feature Flamenco guitarist, Josué Tacoronte (Cuban/Mexican), Singer Jafelin (Venezuelan), and 2 flamencan dancers: Martha Villa Martin and Nathanael Webber.

Members and Guests – For all details and online Tickets – please go to “Tickets

Dinner and drinks available 5pm onward
Seating for Flamenco event no later than 7:30pm
Flamenco Performance – 8pm – 10pm+

One can get tickets at Legion 119 from staff – if online purchasing is not available to you. Payment ($25) is by cash only. Dinner / Beverage Costs are extra – do make dinner reservations ahead and get preferred seating by calling the Legion Club 119 at 604-492-1840.

The Legion 119 is open during this process

July 16, 2019
All Members
Branch 119 Port Moody
2529 Clarke Street
Port Moody, BC V3H 0J2

One of the most important functions of BC Yukon Command is to support and develop the operational excellence of our branches. We foster a culture of teamwork, accountability, and above all transparency.

Your branch has been experiencing operational issues which have been reviewed and now must be addressed- therefore as per our authority under Article 505 of The General Bylaws, your branch is being placed under Trusteeship effective immediately.

Additionally, pursuant to Article 505 of The General By-Laws, I am exercising the powers granted under Article 418.a and suspending the powers and by-laws of Branch 119 Port Moody. I am also suspending the powers of the elected Executive and all members holding appointments, with the exception of the branch Service Officer. These suspensions shall take effect immediately.

Also pursuant to Article 505 of The General By-laws, I am exercising the powers granted under Article 419.a and appointing Peter Salmon, President of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 179 Grandview/Collingwood, and Dave Fletcher, Past President of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 263 City of Coquitlam, as the Trustees to act in the name of and on behalf of your branch.

The Trustees have all powers with respect to the management of your branch, effective immediately. The Trustees will manage branch operations, and will not need to seek ratification from the general membership.

The Trustees may choose to set-up a Branch Management Committee. If so, they will work with the membership to determine those who may be appropriate as part of an interim Management Committee. The selection of individual appointments will be solely at the discretion of the appointed Trustees.

The ongoing irregularities in the branch operations and not adhering to the by-laws led to this trusteeship being put into place. My instruction to the Trustees and to Branch Advisory is to further investigate the irregularities of this branch, work to secure the branch’s assets, conduct a major review of controls and accounting procedures and ensure the branch operates according to the by-laws.

I am hopeful that – as a valued member of Branch 119 Port Moody – you will consider participating in any way you can, to help return your branch to stability. If you are willing to help as a volunteer, or would like to be considered for the management committee, I encourage you to attend an information meeting that is open to all members of the branch who are in good standing.

A Special Membership meeting will proceed immediately after the SGM which was scheduled for Sunday, July the 21st, 2019. The participation of the general membership is the most important factor in your branch’s success.

Your branch can have a strong future, continuing the history of serving Veteran’s and their families. BC/Yukon Command is committed to getting this branch back on track. It is my hope that in time, the trustees will be able to recommend that your branch, under the direction of a strong leadership team, be returned to the membership.


Glenn Hodge
President, BC/Yukon Command
The Royal Canadian Legion