By Terry Kovarik
Some Sturgeon Bay sidewalks will go from dull gray to multiple colors, at least temporarily, this weekend. The Door County Public Library, the Miller Arts Museum, the Sturgeon Bay Visitors Center and the Boys and Girls Club will hold the 2nd Annual “Chalk the Bay” as part of the Sturgeon Bay Harvest Festival. This year’s event will be held at two locations, the first on Nebraska near the library and the second at Third and Jefferson. Two professional artists will use their talents and work with children and adults on favorite storybook themes. Library Director Tina Kakuske says “Chalk the Bay” is designed to draw attention to the library and give kids of all ages a chance to have a little creative fun.
There’s also a contest for chalkers of all ages. For more information go to http://doorcountylibrary.org/chalk-the-bay