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Home | News | Story in Many Pics: Chalk The Block Transforms Downtown El Paso

Story in Many Pics: Chalk The Block Transforms Downtown El Paso

For the 10th year in a row, residents, artists, musicians and many more headed downtown to enjoy Chalk the Block.

Chalk the Block offers visitors a chance to see sidewalk chalk art competition, temporary art installations, street performances, live music, and local art and food vendors, plus participate in free art activities at the El Paso Museums of Art and History.

Chalk the Block is the largest arts festival in the region, drawing more than 40,000 El Pasoans and visitors to downtown each year. Additional information as well as a complete list of activities is posted online or can be found on the Visit El Paso app.

CTB continues Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Kidical Mass with Velopaso, GECU Kids Zone, free yoga workshop, music and art activities.

Note: If you are in one of the pictures, and would like a copy, contact Steven Cottingham at stevencottingham@columnist.com

About Steve Zimmerman

Steve is a writer, photographer, and poet. In addition to his freelance work for the El Paso Herald-Post, he is a videographer, and is launching a weekly podcast based on his forthcoming book, “Leap of Fatih” which will be released in 2019 from HarperCollins. Through his company, Still Going Somewhere, he is producing a series of micro-documentaries with individuals who have survived the Holocaust. You can contact Steven at 915-201-0918, or by email at steven@epheraldpost.com. To learn more about Steven, visit his webpage at www.StillGoingSomewhere.com

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  1. Hello! My name is Janet Mendoza! I came out here in two of the pictures, I’m the one on the big quinceañera dress! I was wondering if I could still buy the newspaper or if you can send it to me please!

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