By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The third Charles Street Promenade is happening Saturday, September 25.

The promenade is a one-day closure of  Charles Street between Saratoga Street and Mt. Royal Avenue so that pedestrians can take over for a morning of eating, shopping and strolling.

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The Downtown Partnership, which organizes the event, said that the first two promenades — which took place in October and May — were so successful with the public that, in surveys, the majority of respondents wanted to see the event happen every month.

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The partnership said that along with highlighting local businesses, the event “helps Baltimoreans change the way we think about public space by creating a better balance between people and automobiles, even if just for one day.”

Those attending will be able to shop at local boutiques and galleries in addition to dining at multiple outdoor parklets. Baltimore City COVID guidelines about masking and group size will be in place.

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For more information, visit: www.CharlesStreetPromenade.com.

CBS Baltimore Staff