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Coachella Valley’s 5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival

Coachella Valley’s 5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival

Coachella Valley’s 5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival

FREE to the public (donations of any amount are of course always welcome and accepted!)

5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival

5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival

PANCAKE BREAKFAST: 7AM $10 (All you can eat pancakes)

WHEN: Saturday, March 14th – 7am-7pm

WHERE: In the parking lot behind of Palm Springs High School (2401 East Baristo Rd, Palm Springs, CA 92262)

WHAT: Palm Springs SunUp Rotary Club invites you to be join us at the 5th Annual Chalk Art Festival Saturday March 14th.

Artists will be creating chalk art masterpieces on the sidewalks, live music, hands-on art activities for children and much more.

Proceeds from the event go to Palm Springs SunUp Rotary Foundation and Arts in the Schools of the Palm Springs Unified School District. Visit our website at PalmSpringsSunUpRotary.org or www.chalkartpalmsprings.com for more information.

5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival

5th Annual Palm Springs Chalk Festival


Artist Competition Prize Money:
$1000 • Best in Show
$700 • First Place
$500 • Second Place
$250 • Third Place
$100 • Honorable Mention
People’s Choice Award • Palm Springs Weekend Basket, Eat. Play. Stay.

Student Artists (K-12) Competition
$250 • First Place
$100 • Second Place
$50 • Third Place
$25 • Honorable Mention

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