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Aggie Park

Type:

parks

Description:

Aggie Park was the named for the Agricultural Hall that used to sit on the site. Built by the Agricultural Society, in September of 1912, the "Aggie" Hall, served as a community gathering place and the site of many community events, including the City's Inaugural celebrations in 1913 and the City's May Day festivities.Conveniently located near the intersection of Lougheed and Shaughnessy, Aggie Park's amenities are easy to access and hard to pass up. Aggie park is surrounded by heritage trees planted in the year of the City's inauguration in 1913.

Year:

1912

Source:

City of Port Coquitlam

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