UPDATE: Due to the new restrictions in place to help fight the spread of the virus, the Laurel Main Street Holiday Market has been CANCELLED.
Organizers are trying to work out details on a virtual event. If they are able to get this done, we will be sure to share any new details.
It’s usually the big shopping day after Thanksgiving that gets all the publicity, but we must remember Small Business Saturday on November 28, 2020!
Local businesses are the cornerstone of a strong community and Mayor Craig A. Moe encourages all residents and visitors to support all of Laurel’s local entrepreneurs.
One way Laurel’s Department of Economic and Community Development will celebrate is hosting a Holiday Market on Main Street.
Come out on Saturday, November 28, 2020, to 41 B Street from 12:00 – 5:00pm to shop small and support local.
The event will take place in a heated tent, with all the necessary safety precautions in place to shop safely. Social distancing, hand sanitizing, and temperature checks will be required of all attendees. Face masks are also required!
To help support this initiative and make the term Small Business Saturday as popular as Black Friday, we’re asking you to join millions of Americans to Shop Small at your favorite local stores and help fuel the economy on Saturday, November 28, 2020. When we all shop small, we make a BIG difference in our community!