Thursday, July 16, 2009

Caulfeild Walk-Cultural History

July 25, 10am-11:30am
Course Code 667967, $ 7,
Guide: E. Bradbury

Discover edible plants and speculate on Caulfeild Park's rich history. Find remnants of the old pilot house and trace the story of Burrard Inlet's first pilotage. Learn about the steamships that visited the wharf and Francis Caulfeild's dreams to build an ideal village.

ELSPETH BRADBURY is a retired architect and landscape architect who has lived in Caulfeild for twenty years. As a board member of the Lighthouse Park Preservation Society, she heads up their restoration efforts and organizes a group to propagate native plants. She is the author of West Vancouver: A View Through The Trees.

This Caulfeild walk is guided by members of the Lighthouse Park Preservation Society Board and will start and finish at the Village Green in front of Saint Francis-in-the-Wood church (4773 Piccadilly South).