Irving Street Library Water Sculptures
Southeast corner of 74th Avenue and Irving Street
This interactive water sculpture is located near the southeast corner of the library. Seven bronze sculptures depict three groups of children having a “water fight” with garden hoses. One group has three boys with one kinking the hose to make the water spray harder. Another group has two girls, one on the back of another. The final group is a boy and his dog. The “water fight” sculpture is on a timer, operating 7 days a week, every 5 minutes for 2 minute intervals, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., April through October.
The sculptures are part of the city’s Public Art Program.