Littleton is foregoing almost every summer event this year in efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, but Weekends on Main will carry on for a bit longer. Weekends on Main, which allows al fresco …
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Littleton is foregoing almost every summer event this year in efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, but Weekends on Main will carry on for a bit longer.
Weekends on Main, which allows al fresco dining on Main Street, was initially only scheduled through the first weekend in July, but city staff extended it through at least the end of the month.
The concept helps extend seating limited by current restrictions on restaurants. A dozen downtown restaurants are participating, including Smokin Fins, McKinner’s Pizza Bar and Palenque.
“It’s really refreshing being out in the sunshine, breathing fresh air and seeing everyone enjoy themselves,” said Kendall Burks, a guitarist and composer playing music for passersby. “Maybe most people don’t notice me, but plenty really appreciate my music. I hope I’m giving people some nice dinner music.”
More information about Weekends on Main is available at littletongov.org
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