Throughout the week groups were able to choose where they wanted to draw, which resulted in a large geographic scope of chalk drawings. From Chambers Grove Park in the Fond du Lac neighborhood to sidewalks near Lester Park Elementary and plenty of places in between, many areas of the city were decorated with vibrant chalk drawings showing appreciation for Lake Superior. Some groups chose to educate the public with their chalk drawings, pointing out nearby rain gardens, impermeable surfaces and storm drains. Others focused on highlighting how we harm waterways, drawing pictures of pollution, oil spills and litter. Many drew what Lake Superior - and water as a whole - means to them. Throughout the week, our city sidewalks depicted drawings of agates, the Lift Bridge at sunset, paddleboarders, aquatic life, and so much more.