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Hills of Erin Studio tour celebrates 29th year this fall

ERIN - The Hills of Erin Studio Tour is a free annual self-guided tour inviting the general public to go behind the scenes to explore artist work spaces throughout Erin, Hillsburgh and Belwood. 

“This year six new artists will be joining the tour with their beautiful creative pieces,” organizers state.

Now in its 29th year, the award-winning Hills of Erin Studio Tour showcases the dynamic, high-quality artwork of 16 local artists at nine studio locations.

On Sept. 16 to 17 and 23 to 24, visitors will find painters, sculptors, fibre artists, jewelers, wood turners, potters and so much more.

The tour opens at 10am and closes at 5pm.

Studio Tour brochures can be picked up at 5852 5th Line, Hillsburgh (Cedar Valley). 

For more information contact Marlene Kawalez at or view the tour at and

August 11, 2017


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