Bringing community together, creatively and harmoniously, one block at a time.

The 5th Annual Two Block Chalk Walk takes place in NOTO this Saturday, May 11. The public art project was founded by Two Wolves Collective owner Alexander Lancaster and is free for all to participate. The goal, besides having fun and leaving your artistic mark on the sidewalk for however many days the rain stays away, is bringing community together to work together, thus creating a more harmonious atmosphere. With the current increase of violence, theft and negative rhetoric on social media in Topeka, this seemly simple afternoon creation could just be the positive building blocks needed.

So grab your friends, family and framily and stop by NOTO to make our community a bit brighter, one block at a time.

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