Saskatoon is joining cities across the globe by hosting a unique art installation and the very large work of art will be bouncing from neighbourhood to neighbourhood this week.
It’s called the Red Ball Project and it rolled into Saskatoon on the weekend.
“It’s been all over the world: Chicago, Vienna Bethlehem, Paris,” said Kevin Kitchen, manager of community development with the City of Saskatoon.
The city started to get the ball rolling in 2018, but he said the pandemic put it on hold.
Apparently it was worth the wait, judging from the kids who were enjoying it Monday in front of Victoria School.
The business improvement districts in Saskatoon joined together to organize the unique exhibit, which will be showcased in their areas during the weeklong show.
The ball was met with a bit of surprise by some who had to find an alternate route Sunday when the ball was wedged in the bridge, blocking the path at River Landing.
“We had some …