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Chalk the Block is quickly becoming an El Paso signature event. Come experience your downtown in a whole new light as we invite you to feast your eyes on some amazing sidewalk chalk art, live music, good food, an interactive Jungle Jakes Kids Zone for the little ones, temporary public art installations, art vendors for the shopaholics, aerialist performances and more! Best of all, this event is FREE and open to the public! Sidewalks aren’t just for walking anymore. Hit the pavement and head to downtown El Paso and see what we’re talking about at Chalk The Block. See artists put their spin on a traditional Italian technique as they unleash their creative spirits using El Paso’s sidewalks as their canvas. It all unfolds before your eyes at Chalk the Block.

http://visitelpaso.com/visitors/to_do/3-annual-events/sections/21-annual-events/places/997-chalk-the-block

Uploaded on 03.26.2014 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Downtown, (2000 - 2009), Art

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