“Yarn Bombing” set up at Fergus strolling bridge

FERGUS – Yarn bombing, or yarn graffiti, is a type of avenue artwork the place public objects are wrapped or coated in yarn. An set up of yarn was positioned on the strolling bridge over Wellington Street 18, close to the Wellington County Museum and Archives, on Sept. 21 to have fun the beginning of Tradition Days. The yarn might be eliminated on the finish of the Tradition Days Competition, and might be donated to native animal rescue organizations for them to make use of as blankets for rescued cats and canines.

Photograph by Nicole Beswitherick