As the "Home of Heroes,” Pueblo has the opportunity to recognize all Veterans in our community. This walkway across the Riverwalk water links Veterans Organizations of Pueblo and ALL VETERANS!
The seal of ALL branches; the seal of ALL veteran’s organizations, and the names of ALL veterans can be a permanent part of the bridge display on Pueblo's Riverwalk. Just like the service nameplate, your veteran can be recognized on the bridge. Any branch, any duty, any time, a veteran honorably discharged can be added to the nameplate display for a $150.00 donation.
Please fill out the form and bring it to the HARP Authority Office located at 125 Riverwalk Place, Monday thru Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
CLICK HERE FOR THE VETERANS BRIDGE ENGRAVING FORM
Walks Among the Stars
By John McGary depicts a Lakota Woman, displaying her heirloom star quilt. As the Indian Wars ended and the North Plains tribes faced relocation to reservations the Sioux women began making patchwork quilts as replacement for traditional buffalo robes. The star of sunburst designs on the quilts were a continuation of earlier symbolic hide painting. Today the quilt is a symbol of prestige, sentiment, belonging and status with the contemporary Lakota culture.
Become a "STAR" at the Riverwalk. Engraved pavers are available for placement in the Plaza surrounding this outstanding sculpture. This offering is your opportunity to display your name, your families name or your business as a proud supporter of The Riverwalk.
Please fill out the form and bring it to the HARP Authority Office located at 125 Riverwalk Place.