The ACT Arts Centre and Theatre
The ACT is known as the “Heart of the Arts” of Maple Ridge, offering a variety of live performance, art and dance classes and public events – there is something for all ages and interests.
The ACT features an art gallery that showcases work from local, regional and international artists.
11944 Haney Place Maple Ridge
Memorial Peace Park and Bandstand
Memorial Peace Park is located in the downtown core of Maple Ridge and developed to be a community gathering place. There are a multitude of events hosted throughout the year. Some of the events include Adstock, Bard on the Bandstand, Remembrance Day, Christmas in the Park and Santa Clause Parade.
The park is also home to the Haney Farmers Market where you can find a variety of farm fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, food, crafts and other vendors. Haney Farmers Market runs every Saturday from May to November.
Located on 224 Street between Dewdney Trunk Road and Lougheed Hwy.
The annual, 2 day festival features 2 large stages with continuous music provided by 12+ bands from the Lower Mainland’s Caribbean community. There are a wide variety of food vendors offering authentic Caribbean foods as well as 60-70 street vendors displaying their goods.
This is a great family event that attracts up to 18000 patrons from all over the lower mainland.
Located at the Albion Fairgrounds 23448 105 Ave Maple Ridge
Maple Ridge Museum and Archives
The Maple Ridge Museum is housed in the former Manager’s home for Port Haney Brick and Tile. It features First Nations culture, history of immigrant settlement and a world-class model railway diorama of the Port Haney area.
The Museum and Archives is located at 22520 116th Ave Maple Ridge.
Take a tour of Haney House, this family home was built by pioneer Thomas Haney for his wife Ann and family in 1883. The Haney family and their descendants occupied the house until 1979 when it was then donated to the District of Maple Ridge.
Haney House is located 11612 224 Street Maple Ridge
Fraser River Heritage Walk
The Fraser River Heritage Walk links key heritage sites in Port Haney with a paved walkway.
Beginning at the refurbished Port Haney Wharf, now equipped with a landing for river traffic, the walk takes you through an underpass of the Haney Bypass to historic Haney House. You may stop there to admire the river view, or sit on a bench in the Haney orchard at the top of the garden. Winding through a residential area, the walk takes you to Brickwood Park on the corner of 225 Street and 116 Avenue. From there it is an easy stroll to the Maple Ridge Museum along 116 Avenue. The River Walk is open year round.
CP Holiday Train
Every year, the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train travels across Canada and the United States raising money, food and awareness for food banks. The Holiday Train reaches more than 150 communities each year.
The CP Holiday Train is about 1,000 feet in length with 14 bright decorated rail cars, including a modified boxcar that has been turned into a travelling stage for performers. The train is decorated with hundreds of LED lights and holiday designs.
The CP Holiday Train stops at Port Haney Station 22300 River Road Maple Ridge
Music on the Warf
This free (by donation) concert series has takes place on the Port Haney Wharf just east of the Port Haney West Coast Express Station.
Twice in July and twice in August on Monday nights the concert series features local and regional bands. The performers cover a variety of music styles including Jazz, Blues, Bluegrass, Brass Band, Rock and Western. This is a great way to get to know the rich music scene in Maple Ridge
Bard on the Bandstand
Shakespeare has arrived in Maple Ridge. Bring a chair, blanket, picnic and your family for a wonderful summer performance brought to you by The Emerald Pig Theatrical Society. Bard on the Bandstand is always free and supports the Friends in Need Food Bank
Located at Memorial Peace Park in Maple Ridge