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Felix Harrison, left, Hannah Folkertsma, right, and Maya Cook, bottom, draw chalk art during the 2015 Ogden Park Prowl in Baton Rouge. The 2017 has been postponed to December. 

ADVOCATE FILE PHOTO BY CHARLES CHAMPAGNE

Rain won't stop "the best eight blocks in Baton Rouge" from throwing a cool party. 

The Ogden Park Prowl, an art hop and block party in the Ogden Park Neighborhood in Mid City Baton Rouge, has been rescheduled. The festivities will now begin at 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2. 

The free event was originally scheduled for Oct. 7, but was postponed due to rain and inclement weather from Hurricane Nate. 

The neighborhood arts festival features local artists and musicians set up in yards and at nearby businesses in eight blocks between Government Street, South Acadian Thruway and North Boulevard. 

Additional artist submissions will open soon for the December date. For more information and updates on Ogden Park Prowl, visit facebook.com/opprowl or ogdenparkprowl.org

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