International Peace Arch Association
Formerly known as the United States Canada Peace Anniversary Association (USCPAA)
Former Vice President, Larry Manley recalls: "As child I remember growing up in Port Orchard and being allowed to go on a BIG field trip. I was in the fourth grade, and like many others my age had an older brother and uncle involved in the Vietnam war. The field trip involved meeting a class from B.C. to have lunch and play, discovering that we had similarities with kids our own age from another country.The meeting occurred at Peace Arch Park and with the field trip it was explained about the peaceful relationship these two great nations shared. I can remember It was the first time I understood what Peace is. It had a major impact on me. I am now 42 and remember it well."
Former Vice President
Since being founded in 1995, we have assisted the park systems in meeting international parks needs. We produce annual events and publications that enhance park visitors experience while developing a greater awareness, understanding and appreciation for the international parks.
The Nineteenth Annual Peace Arch Park International Sculpture Exhibition will run from May 1st, to October 1st, 2016.
April 24th, 2016 help us celebrate the 2nd
International Day of Sculpture!
Peace Arch State and Provincial Parks are located on the USA Canada Border between Blaine, WA, USA and Douglas BC, Canada.