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Let's Eat Charles Street festival on Saturday; Pratt Street Market debut postponed

If you lived downtown, you could be eating by now.

The annual Let's Eat Charles Street Festival is noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Look for B&O American Brasserie, Ban Thai, Beef Brothers, Cazbar, Home Slyce and Mick O'Shea's among the food vendors. Located on the 300 block of Charles Street, between Saratoga and Mulberry, the street festival includes craft vendors, live music from Flashback, children's activities, and beer and wine tents.

The new Pratt Street Farmers' Market, which was originally scheduled to debut on June 13, will instead launch on June 20 because of concerns about the weather.

The market will be held 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Thursday at Pratt and Light streets, outside of the Transamerica building, with a vendor line-up including One Straw Farm and Atwater's. 

The Good Life Thursday Farmers' Market at Boordy VineyarDs scheduled for June 13 has also been cancelled due to weather concerns. The weekly event will resume on June 20.

 

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