Public art walk today in downtown Pleasanton

Nancy and Gary Harrington lead tour north of Neal Street

Public art contributors Nancy and Gary Harrington led a free public art walk in downtown Pleasanton today.

The two-hour Walk and Talk began in the Civic Center parking lot and continued north along Main Street.

The "Pioneer Founders" mural and the new "Rock, Paper, Scissors" sculpture were included in the North Walk, which covered the Pleasanton downtown area north of Neal Street and the Firehouse Art Center. Free art walk brochures were given out.

The Harringtons also discussed the history of their Harrington Art Partnership and how the public, businesses, and organizations can assist in bringing more public art to Pleasanton.

For more information, call (925) 846-9757 or sign on to the Harringtons' Web site at or


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