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A Site for Quench, The Centennial Fountain

“Quench,” our Duncan Centennial Fountain now has his own website. Since Quench is made from a mold, we will be able to create up to 25 more versions of him for sale to institutions, universities, embassies and cities all over the world!

These posts will not be as frequent as when this was the Duncan […]

Centennial Totem Celebration a Wonderful Success

What a great day Saturday was. Despite the rain and the mud, over 200 people showed up in the park to welcome our guests from the North Island who had come to celebrate the pole and to honour elders from the five original Cowichan Tribes Families. These pictures are not very good, but better ones […]

Centennial Totem Arrived in Duncan Today

After a brief detour around town as the diver got a little lost, the truck arrived at the Duncan Public Works Yard around noon.

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Centennial Pole Travelling South to Duncan Tomorrow!

The giant 3½ storey Centennial totem Pole was loaded on the flatbed truck today and early tomorrow morning, it will be making its way down the island in the drenching rain to Duncan.

The pole is wrapped in plastic to protect it from highway debris. The plastic will be removed once it arrives at the […]

Centennial Totem Pole

Calvin Hunt delivered the maquette last night. It is 34″ high and the completed pole will be 34′ tall. The figures, in order are, The Eagle, The Guardian Spirit, William Chalmers Duncan, the Thunderbird, the Orca and the Chief Maker. The Chief Maker is a woman and this figure honours all women.

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