The Elora Sculpture Project is an outdoor exhibition that runs from mid-May to mid-October.
This year marks the 13th annual edition and features six sculptures that have been installed in downtown Fergus and 12 in downtown Elora.
On Sunday, June 11, participating artists, organizers and sponsors will meet to explore the works and celebrate the exhibition, organizers said in a news release.
There will be a 12:30 p.m. artists' walk open to the public in Fergus.
The walk will begin at Site 17 at the corner of St. David Street North (Hwy. 6) and St. Patrick Street East, ending at Site 18 on St. Patrick Street West (on the opposite side of Hwy. 6).
Then at 1:45 p.m. an artists' walk in Elora will take place and is also open to the public.
The walk will begin at Site 2 at the corner of Metcalfe Street and West Mill Street and end at the Elora Centre for the Arts at 75 Melville St.
A private reception will follow at the Elora Centre for the Arts for artists, sponsors and invited guests.
For further information, contact ESP committee chair David Cross at 519-658-7536.