Historic Downtown Prosser has completed the second part of an art installation project with nine additional fiberglass ponies being added to the “Parade of Ponies” in the downtown core. There will be a drive-thru event to allow the public to view all nine designs at one location before they are permanently installed throughout the district.
The Depot parking lot at 1230 Bennett Avenue will be the staging area on Friday, May 29th between 6 and 8pm.
Everyone is invited to drive thru and take a look at the artistic creations. Artists that worked on this round include; Mikaila Bardessono, Breanne Broadie, Allyson Leonhard, Lauren Martin, Larelle Michener, Jenn Potter, Cindy Rodriquez, Jayden Thornock and Jolene VerMulm.
From Jesalyn Cole, Executive Director of Historic Downtown Prosser: “Bringing more art into downtown was a goal set by community input and we’ve strived to accomplish that in creative and meaningful projects. This is one that we are especially proud of and look forward to the community’s response.”
Community members and visitors are invited to join us in celebrating the work of the talented artists as well as showing support to the sponsors who invested in the project. This round was made possible by; Maricela Sanchez, Milt and Carma Mercer Family, VerMulm Family & Jordan Hay, the Schab Clan, Larry & Linda Zenger-O’Brien, Valley Pipe Company, Yakima Federal Savings & Loan, Davy & Diana Bardessono & Davy’s Burger Ranch, and the Carl F. Grimes Family.
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