Join us for our Art Walk at the garden on Saturday, April 13th from 4pm to 7pm, the grand finalé of UNC HOPE’s Poverty Action Week. We will be displaying a collection of artwork based on the theme "What is home?" by members of the Chapel Hill and Carrboro communities. The Art Walk will be a grand artistic and musical celebration of our garden community and the power of HOPE, open to all members of the public. We are now accepting submissions from artists interested in participating. Find more information at nchopegardens.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with more questions.
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Park downtown Chapel Hill at the Wallace Deck public parking lot.
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