Visit the Oak Park Sculpture Walk after church on Sunday with Grace walkers

Eye_of_Uxmal_OPSculptureWalk_07_2015.pngOn Sunday, July 26, Grace walkers are invited to enjoy the Oak Park Sculpture Walk together after the 11 o’clock worship service. The Sculpture Walk features 12 sculptures along a half-mile stretch of Chicago Avenue between Ridgeland and Austin.

Ambitious walkers may wish to make the 1.7 mile walk from Grace Church to Chicago and Ridgeland where the sculpture walk begins. If you don’t want to walk all the way from church (and back), Loretta and John Lattyak have offered their home at 400 N. Harvey (two blocks south of Chicago, two blocks east of Ridgeland), from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., as a place to start and end the walk, as well as gather for rest, refreshment, and a restroom. There is plenty of parking along Harvey.

Everyone is welcome. You don’t have to be participating in the summer-long walking program to join the fun.

Reporting miles. If you're participating in the summer walking program, don't forget to report your weekly miles, using the online form or in the "shoe" box at the reception desk at Grace.

(Photo: "Eye of Uxmal," at the northeast corner of Cuyler and Chicago in Oak Park)