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Chalk it up at the Redondo Marina

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Chalk it up on Saturday, April 26 at the fourth annual Earth Day Chalk Art Challenge at the Redondo Marina sponsored by the King Harbor Association beginning at 10 a.m.

This free event provides a public space for professional artists, children and festival-goers to make and enjoy chalk art murals.

Participants of all levels are invited to create a chalk art drawing to commemorate Earth Day.

The first 100 children to sign-up on the day of the event will receive free chalk and a recycled and reusable canvas tote bag that they can custom paint with members of the Redondo Beach Arts Group.

This free event is open to public viewing so even if you don’t plan to participate, take a stroll along the ocean frontl and discover what these amazing artists can create with a slab of concrete and a little chalk!

All the fun takes place at the Redondo Beach Marina Sea Wall located at 181 North Harbor Drive in Redondo Beach.

For additional information, call 310-374-3481 or visit the Facebook page at



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