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Notes: Annual ‘Chalk Walk’ event returns Saturday to Old Town North

Good Friday morning, Alexandria!

⛈️ Today’s weather: Showers and thunderstorms are expected between 2pm and 5pm, followed by more showers and a potential thunderstorm after 5pm, with a high near 70°F. South winds will reach 7-11 mph, gusting up to 18 mph, with an 80% chance of precipitation. Rainfall will likely be under a tenth of an inch, but could be higher in thunderstorms. For Friday night, anticipate showers and a possible thunderstorm before 11pm, then a chance of showers between 11pm and 2am, as temperatures drop to a low of around 52°F. Winds will shift to the northwest; precipitation will remain at an 80% chance, with similar rainfall amounts as earlier in the day.

🚨 You need to know

The second annual Chalk Walk is returning to Old Town North on Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., artists will create chalk masterpieces in 10-by-10 spaces throughout Old Town North.

The event is sponsored by the Old Town North Alliance, and more information is below.

Attendees will be invited to stroll by each site and admire the artists at work or the finished work. Kid Creation areas will be available in various locations. Old Town North shops and restaurants are open and welcome attendees.

The public is invited to attend. Admission and children’s activities are FREE. Parking is available on surrounding streets and at Canal Center; follow local signage. Begin at Canal Center and get an updated map to all the art locations.

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