APRIL 25, 2015, 2.00pm, STANLEY PARK at Brockton Point
The unveiling and inauguration ceremony for the Shore to Shore monument of Portuguese Joe Silvey and his two Coast Salish wives (Pkultinat, granddaughter of great chief Kiapilano (she died around 1867 in Stanley park where they lived, later their house and their neighbours' houses were razed and occupants displaced by the City of Vancouver in the 1920's), and Kwattleemat who delivered 10 children mostly on Reid island, near Galiano)
will be at 2pm on April 25, 2015*.
Open to the public.
|Luke Marston sculpture on base of traditional Portuguese paving tile.|
*(On April 25, 1974, a group of radical army captains overthrew the fascist regime of Portugal which had been in power over 40 years. The event became known as the Carnation revolution because the soldiers' guns had carnations in the barrels, not bullets.)