CHICAGO (CBS) — It was a glorious day to enjoy shopping, live music, art, food trucks, and a little Double Dutch jump rope right in the heart of the Loop Sunday.

After a rainy kickoff event a week ago, the weather was much better this Sunday for the second week of Sundays on State.

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Several blocks of State Street, between Lake and Madison streets, are closed to traffic for family fun.

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Among the arts and cultural offerings available at Sundays on State this week were Dzika Fitness with its bringing pop music-fueled fitness classes; Heritage Bikes and Coffee; the W Chicago City Center interactive experience; and a Chicago Culture Gear pop-up shop.

The goal of Sundays on State is to get people back into the Loop safely and help businesses that have been struggling during the pandemic.

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Sundays on State will give people something to do until 8 p.m. on select Sundays until September, and it’s free.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff