It was Eurydice Dixon who drew us here on a cold winter night. We stood in the thousands, with her name in our thoughts, and images of her that have flooded the public domain.
We created a wreath of floral bouquets and candle flames.
- Arnold Zable
- The Age
We came to pay tribute to a woman many of us did not personally know.
Her chosen vocation was to make people laugh – and think.
And we came here to reclaim Princes Park.
What does it mean to reclaim a place?
Princes Park is in the heart of the city.
Circled by a…