Do your kids love drawing with chalk? Let them get down and dirty and have some fun at The Chalk The Walk event happening in Sylvan Beach, New York.

This event is happening on July 3, starting at 9AM with Sylvan Beach Tourism. Currently, they are looking for artists between the ages of 5 - 10 years old. The best part, there is free chalk to anyone who pre-registers, but it's encouraged to bring your own chalk too for a variety of color options.

If you want to register for the event, you're asked to email: artclasses@faidley.net. In the email be sure to include: name, age and phone number. You can also contact Angela Faidley at (610)762-5694.

"Just a friendly reminder, We ask that visitors please respect our no open container policy, this includes the beach. We desire to be a fun but safe place to visit, and are promoting to be a friendlier- family oriented environment. Open container tickets can, and will be distributed for fines of $250"

While at the beach this summer, don't miss the weekly car cruise-ins on Thursday evenings, along with Bikes at The Beach happening every Tuesday.

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