Usher in the joy of the holiday season at Stanley Marketplace, the urban food hall, marketplace and small-business collective on Small Business Saturday, November 25, 2023. The celebration is more than just shopping — it’s an experience, with a day full of festive events and activities at the historic former aviation factory.
Small Business Saturday at Stanley also includes events and experiences all day long, like live music and entertainment, festive interior and exterior light decorations, family-friendly silent disco, a Tour of Trees decorated and displayed indoors for the season by Stanley businesses, a Giving Tree benefiting the community and neighbors, the Letters to Santa Mailbox, and a locally-owned and operated Christmas Tree Farm.
Support and celebrate all the small, independent and family-owned at Stanley Marketplace, where you can find everything from fashion to toys to books, gear, services, all under one roof to check off your lists. Fun fact: Each of Stanley’s 50+ businesses is independently, locally-owned!
And as a bonus: Stanley Marketplace’s common consumption policy allows adult-beverage sipping in the marketplace while enjoying the magic of the season.
- 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Family-Friendly Holiday Silent Disco
- 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.: Sebastian Maa live holiday piano music
Throughout the day:
Festive and joyful holiday décor from Camp Christmas artist Lonnie Hanzon
Annual Tour of Trees — trees decorated and displayed by Stanley Marketplace businesses.
Stanley Marketplace Giving Tree — sponsored by VisitAurora, benefiting DHA, Aurora Animal Shelter and The Center
Christmas Tree Farm at Stanley Marketplace (South Lot).
Letters to Santa mailbox (kids receive a postcard in return).
Specialty $1 Stanley Photo Booth strips in the photo booth all day.
Stanley Marketplace Small Business Saturday tote bags, with designs by a student from Charles Burrell Arts K-8 School when you shop small with Stanley retailers (while supplies last).
2501 Dallas St., Aurora.