Celebrate Small Business Saturday in Downtown Silver City
Saturday, November 25

SILVER CITY, NM — Silver City MainStreet Project is excited to announce Small Business Saturday and Love Local on November 25. 33 local eateries and retail shops in Historic Downtown Silver City are participating with deals, discounts, and free drawings on Saturday, November 25. Small Business Saturday is an annual holiday shopping tradition sponsored nationally by American Express as part of the Shop Small initiative. 

The participating businesses and promotions on November 25 are: All My Mommas Junk,15 % off fabric; Animalia Studio,10% off any purchase, Avalon Books and Music, enter drawing to win a $25 gift certificate, drawing 11/25 @ 8 pm; Birdwell's Vintage Vibes, enter drawing for $50 gift card; Birdwell's Little Quail Boutique 15% off; Dandelion Wish, make a wish & see what your discount is - up to 25% off; Diana Ingalls Leyba Studio & Gallery, select items on sale; Diane's Bakery & Deli, enter drawing for 9" cake - redeemable 12/1/23 - 11/30/24; Forrest's Pizza, 10% off all pizza w/mention of Small Business Saturday; Gila Gallery, 20% off Robert Brown photos and misc. merch; Grant County Art Guild Gallery, The GCAG Gallery will have multiple drawings for FREE art; Javalina Coffee House, 10% off all items all day; JBR Smoothies N Juice Bar, $1 off all drinks & specialty drinks; Kneeling Nun Mercantile, 15% off everything; Kris' Unique Boutique, enter to win Christmas center piece drawings; Light Art Space, 10% off work by Light Art Space Artists; Made In Silver City, free gift with purchase; Morning Star, Rewards Members receive 20% off entire purchase; Mystic, 20% off books and tarot & oracle decks; Okeefes Bookshop, no tax (store pays tax); Otter Chaos, free mini journal; Pink Store, 10% off select items; Power and Light Press, 10% off everything; Silco Theater, 20% off Silco 100th Anniversary Prints by Power and Light Press during 3 pm Matinee show; Silver City Food Co-op, enter to win $100 gift card w/any purchase of $10 or more; Silver City Gospel Mission, $5 bag of clothing sale; Silver City Museum, 15% discount; Silver City Trading Co., in store sales; Soul River Gallery, 20% off all metal items - includes yard art, chimes, and jewelry; SWAG Books and More, tons of Selected books for $2/bag; The Market Place, in store sales; The Union Army Store & More, 15% off everything; and Wild West Weaving, free one hour weaving classes.

The holidays are a great time to give back to our community, and Small Business Saturday provides a perfect opportunity to support our local economy and locally owned businesses by shopping downtown. All of the businesses located in Historic Downtown Silver City are locally owned and offer a wide variety of holiday gifts, food, drinks, and more. 

Thanks to the support of volunteers and local donors the Silver City MainStreet Project is able to decorate downtown each year with holiday lights and banners. Downtown is a great place to shop year round and will be feeling especially festive on November 25. The Downtown Historic District is home to more than 75 restaurants, coffee shops, antique stores, art galleries, and a wide variety of retail shops. 

Silver City MainStreet Project’s iconic Lighted Christmas Parade takes place on Small Business Saturday, starting at 7:00 pm. This schedule provides a unique and festive opportunity for a day of shopping, dining, and parade watching. 

For a list of businesses participating in Small Business Saturday® please check the Silver City MainStreet Project/Arts & Cultural District Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/downtownsilvercity / and the Silver City MainStreet Project website at https://silvercitymainstreet.com /. 

For more information please contact the Silver City MainStreet Project, 575-534-1700 or scmsinfo@silvercitymainstreet.com .

The mission of the Silver City MainStreet Project is “To encourage a vibrant, historic downtown Silver City which is recognized as the heart of our diverse community.” Please visit our website, www.silvercitymainstreet.com.com  to learn more.

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