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Calling all artists: Eagle hosts chalk art contest

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Amateur, professional and student artists are invited to sign up for the “Eagle is Strong” chalk art event.

The Eagle Arts Commission is hosting the event which will be held during the day on July 30th in Downtown Eagle’s Heritage Park. 

[Boise city hall art celebrates women’s suffrage anniversary]

The Eagle Art Walk will take place following chalk art event. 

There will be two levels in the chalk art competition. The Master Level is available for adults and the Youth Challenge for artists under 18. 

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Winners could win up to $300 in prizes.

The contest is free for all ages. The deadline to apply is Sunday, June 13th.

To enter into the contest, apply here.

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