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||Virtual Chalk Howard Street extended through Oct. 23
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With the nonprofit Rogers Park Business Alliance and Howard Street Special Service Area #19 hosting, Virtual Chalk Howard Street has returned.
On every other Friday at 11 a.m. from Aug. 28 through Oct. 23, Chicago 3-D chalk artist Nate Baranowski will create a live drawing of table-top 3D chalk art featuring a meal or product from a Howard Street business, live-streamed on Howard Street's Instagram page ( @howardstreetchicago ).
Upcoming events will feature Lady B Boutique ( Aug. 28 ), Curls and Company ( Sept. 11 ), Hip Circle Empowerment Center ( Sept. 25 ), Howard Area Community Center ( Oct. 9 ) and Sol Cafe ( Oct. 23 ).
For more information on the festival, visit HowardStreetChicago.com; for more on Baranowski, visit NateBaranowski.com .
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