Glasgow Women's Institute's Peace Pole
Description
Médias
Object
Image
Type d'élément
Sculpture
Description
Glasgow WI erected a Peace Pole today in Waba Gardens, White Lake. This pole was craved out by one of our own members. The pole is a 6x6 cedar post. On each side we wrote the word peace in a different language. The languages we chose are English, Algonquian, French and Gaelic.
The Peace Pole symbolizes the oneness of humanity and our common wish for a world at peace. It reminds us to think, speak and act in the spirit of peace and harmony.
Inscriptions
Plaque at top reads: "Celebrating Women's Institutes for Home & Country 120 Years and Canada 150, Presented by Glasgow Women's Institute 2017"

On each side of the post is the word "Peace" in different languages.
Date de l'original
2017
Sujet(s)
Langage de l'élément
Algonquian languages; English; French; Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic
Couverture géographique
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.4416795769542 Longitude: -76.5095768676758
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.3615955457713 Longitude: -76.5019481176758
Donneur
Sandy Miller
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Glasgow Women's Institute's Peace Pole


Glasgow WI erected a Peace Pole today in Waba Gardens, White Lake. This pole was craved out by one of our own members. The pole is a 6x6 cedar post. On each side we wrote the word peace in a different language. The languages we chose are English, Algonquian, French and Gaelic.
The Peace Pole symbolizes the oneness of humanity and our common wish for a world at peace. It reminds us to think, speak and act in the spirit of peace and harmony.