LOGAN – The downtown bull statues came to life on Main Street as a public art project sponsored by the Logan Downtown Alliance in 2012. The bulls ranged from whimsical and humorous to classic and historic. During their stay downtown they have entertained visitors, USU students, families and children.
Gary Saxton, manager of the Logan Downtown Alliance, said he hopes everyone had a chance to visit, ride and take photos of the downtown bulls, but said it is time for the bulls to leave.
Saxton invites everyone to come downtown and say goodbye to the bulls on March 31 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. during the Easter Walk and take that last ride, along with the last photo, before they are removed from Main Street.
“We wanted to have a going away party on March 31 downtown,” Saxton said. “Get your last picture of the bulls, get your last ride and then we’ll open up a campaign to see what the public would like to see in the new art project. We’ll get some ideas and engage the local community in this project.”
The Downtown Alliance invited everyone to come up with new ideas for the next art project.