Tomorrow, June 30, is the last day of the interactive art exhibit by internationally-known sculptor J. Seward Johnson at sidewalk locations in downtown Pleasanton, which has been on display since April 1. Eleven life-size, three-dimensional bronze sculptures depict the everyday activities of people who may be found anywhere. Call 931-5355 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tomorrow is the last day of the life-like sculptures in downtown Pleasanton
— Amory Gutierrez
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