FERGUS – For the previous month, a bunch of native weavers labored on this tapestry on the Centre Wellington Group Sportsplex – a part of Tradition Days occasions within the township. On Oct. 30 the tapestry was unveiled by Mary-Anne Dalkowski, and Lea Seeley to disclose a chicken’s-eye view map of Centre Wellington. The greens are farms, the multi-coloured centre is Elora and Fergus, and Inverhaugh, Ennotville, and Belwood are the crimson squares on their very own. There’s nonetheless work to be achieved on the tapestry – the Grand River will likely be stitched via the villages and the piece will likely be blocked and framed. Organizers hope it is going to discover a everlasting dwelling in a public place in the future.