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The Cancer Support Community is set to host several enchanting evenings of artistry at Island Park on Tuesday, June 11th, July 9th, and August 13th from 5:30 to 7 pm, featuring the renowned sidewalk artist David Zinn. The event promises to engage attendees of all ages with Zinn’s creations, inviting them to explore their creativity using chalk, charcoal, and imagination. 

David Zinn has charmed millions with his unique approach to sidewalk art, transforming ordinary urban spaces into magical realms with his colorful and imaginative designs. Now, he brings his expertise to share with people impacted by cancer at Island Park, offering participants the opportunity to experience the joy of the craft from the master himself. 

During the event, attendees will have the chance to create their own masterpieces under Zinn’s guidance, exploring the limitless possibilities of chalk and charcoal on pavement. All necessary supplies will be provided. 

“We are thrilled to welcome David Zinn to Island Park for this special evening of art in support of those impacted by cancer,” said Taylor Fischman, Program Director of the Cancer Support Community. “Cancer touches the lives of so many in our community and can be such a difficult moment in one’s life. This event promises to be a source of inspiration and healing for all who attend.” 

The free event is for all people impacted by cancer including loved ones and children. Whether you’re a seasoned artist or simply looking to try something new, this evening is sure to please. 

For more information and to RSVP, please contact The Cancer Support Community at 734-975-2500 or visit 

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