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Harringtons hosting first Public Art Walk of season

 

Nancy and Gary Harrington are again hosting their Public Art Walk series, with this year's event kicking off this Saturday with an informative walk along downtown.

The four-part series offers residents and visitors the chance to learn more about public art in central Pleasanton, with artwork and artist anecdotes shared while on a fun group walk, according to the Harringtons.

Saturday's session begins at 9 a.m. and will last two hours. The other sessions are set for Sept. 8 downtown and April 14 and Oct. 13 from the southern end of downtown over to the Pleasanton Senior Center.

The group will meet at the Civic Center parking lot at 200 Old Bernal Ave. The Harringtons, who also recommend attendees bring comfortable shoes and water, can be reached at 846-9757.

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