Just Putting It Out There……Chalk Festival @ The Cleveland Museum of Art


So the kids are back in school.   Are you back in your routine?  You know the one….where you’re trying to convince your child that a turkey sandwich would fare better than a piece of fried chicken for lunch !  Or trying to explain to them why their peanut butter and jelly sandwich could kill a classmate.

With the changing of the leaves and fall fast approaching and s*** just around the corner… it may seem as if you need to prepare yourself for impending cabin fever that is soon to set in.

But don’t go out and stock up on bottled water, hot chocolate and marshmallows just yet, because there are still some great outdoor festivals that you and the fam can enjoy for free!!!!!!

One of my favorite festivals hosted by the Cleveland Museum of Art is  The 24th Annual Chalk Festival is being held this weekend.

2013 Chalk Festival
Saturday, September 21, 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 22, noon–5:00 p.m.
Rain or shine

Enjoy chalk artists
and entertainment
at no charge!

on the Terrace
Saturday, September 21
Blues DeVille Band
Sunday, September 22
Moko Bovo and
Cleveland Lindy Exchange
(high-energy swing dancing)
Chalk Your Own
Large square and 24-color
box of chalk: $16
Small square and 12-color
box of chalk: $8
Individuals, families, schools,
and neighborhood groups are
all invited to take part. Children under 15 must be accompanied by supervising adults.
Sign up when you arrive.
Groups, please pre-register
by Wednesday, September
18; call 216-707-2483 or email
Advance registrations will be
held until 1:00 Sunday.

See you there!




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