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North Embarcadero is Blooming with the New Urban Trees 6 Exhibit in Downtown San Diego!
New sculptures were recently installed by the San Diego Port and a public ceremony will be held on September 12th, 2009 at 10am in front of the Port’s B Street Cruise Ship Terminal in the Marina District in Downtown San Diego. There will be entertainment, refreshments and the “Urban Trees Challenge” contest where you can win a prize for answering questions about the Urban Trees artworks.
One of the new sculptures installed is a giant box of popcorn that overflows with over sized baby chicks and next to that, a giant tuning fork with wavy branches points out toward the sea. Just a few yards from that, three spotted frogs frolic up a game board that swirls to the sky. To read more about the Urban Trees 6 Exhibit visit there website here.
Visit the Urban Tree Gallery for a fill list of the trees here.
Read our former blog “San Diego Urban Trees” and “Urban Trees 5 Exhibit in Downtown San Diego!” for more information about the Urban Tree Exhibit!
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