Denver’s premiere holiday market, Horseshoe Holiday Market, is returning just in time for Small Business Saturday (and expanding into Sunday as well). If you haven’t yet been to the Horseshoe Holiday Market yet, then you’re in for a treat as this year, it’s back from November 27th through 28th, and better than ever after a year-long hiatus.
There’s a new location at the Holiday Market this year, and it’s taken over the renovated Salvation Army Campus. The warehouse will be transformed to house over 100 small vendors, from artists to crafters to makers selling a variety of things: home goods, art, jewelry, clothing, ceramics, and candles, to name a few.
Once you’ve done all your holiday shopping early, head over to the one of the local food trucks that’ll be slinging grub, holiday-themed drinks, festive treats, and hot cocoa. Or enjoy some of the live music the market has to offer.
What’s even better is that admission is free, so you can spend all of your money on food, treats, and supporting small businesses.
The market takes place both days from 10am to 5pm and is located at 4751 N. Broadway. If you can, you can make a donation of $5 at the door, with a portion of the proceeds going towards the Denver Urban Gardens’ Globeville Community Garden.
Where: 4751 N. Broadway
[featured image courtesy of horseshoe craft and flea market]