Oh hey you're all invited to join us in the community area at Stanley for another pop-up musical experience, this one from the oh-so-talented On the Rocks, a modern-day Rat Pack, who will help us kick off the holiday season at Stanley with some holiday-inspired tunes. Grab your neighbors and a drink from a Stanley biz and join us!
Come bring your kiddo to listen to local author Kelly Condon, read her three children's books, "I Love You Unconditionally," "Together We Are Family," and "Home Is Forever." Kids will howl along while she reads her books! Kelly will also be around after the reading to answer questions and do a book signing! Little Wolf is offering a 20% discount on Kelly Condon's books at the event. Coffee and snacks to much on will also be available!
Stanley is a collection of independently owned Colorado small businesses which means #SmallBizSat is one of our favorite days of the year.
Join us for a festive day of shopping and eating and drinking, with specials at just about all of our businesses, American Express Small Business Saturday swag at several of them, and more -- we'll announce a schedule and related info as we get closer to the date.
Thanks to From the Hip Photo for the cover photo for this event.
Shop from the best modern, independent designers, artists and emerging brands this holiday season! Find one-of-a-kind gifts, shop with your squad, or bring the whole family for a fun and unique shopping experience. The energetic, festival-like atmosphere includes great music, free drinks and DIY projects, photo booth fun, and admission includes a limited-edition cotton tote bag!
Plus, our standard ticket price of $15 is discounted to only $5 thanks to our sponsor Constant Contact!
All General Admission Tickets include these great amenities & perks:
- a free, limited edition cotton tote
- refreshing drinks from our partners
- DIY watercolor gift tags
- fab gift wrapping
- holiday portraits and photo booth fun
- lounges to chill out in and take a breather
NOTE: Please register at the "ticket" link below (RSVP here will not work).
Join us for an experience your kids will not forget. Project Worthmore is an amazing organization “working to restore worth to our refugee neighbors through the heart of our community. Every family we serve has a unique story, a steadfast courage, and a resilience to survive and rebuild their lives here in Colorado.”
This is the 2nd time Kids’ Compassion Project is partnering on this unique event. The experience will feature a toy drive, toy wrapping and a refugee simulation experience. The simulation experience portion is best for kids in 4th grade and older, but if you have a younger child, you are welcome to join. If they are not connecting with the refugee simulation, you will be able to leave with them and wrap gifts.
After you register, you will be asked to sign up to bring at least one toy per participating child. Our BIG goal is to beat our previous number of 363 new toys!
Attendance is limited to 100 participants and their families.
Bring a friend and join Girl Scouts of Colorado for this free, fun, family event at Stanley Marketplace! Explore STEM and design your own roller coaster car! Discover all you can do in the great outdoors from canoeing to s’mores! Learn how to take action and make the world a better place for bees and other important pollinators!
Chanukah Wonderland at Stanley Marketplace
Sunday December 9th, 5 P.M. - 7 P.M.
Light the giant "CAN-orah," watch a real olive oil press, Chanukah crafts, hot latkes, decorate your own donut, and gelt toss!
Our friends from the Aurora Police Department are escorting Santa and Mrs. Claus to The Hangar at Stanley for a special event that will include visits with Santa, storytime with Mrs. Claus, and an impressive collection of vehicles from APD.
Vitalant (formerly Bonfils) Blood Drive at Stanley
Vitalant returns to Stanley for another blood drive, this one in honor of National Blood Donor Month.
Please be sure to sign up for an appointment:
Online: donors.bonfils.org. Enter Site Code B147
Please bring a photo ID with you, eat a substantial breakfast and lunch on this day, and be well-hydrated.
NEW! Complete your health questionnaire before you come to the drive: http://www.bloodsystems.org/health.aspx
National Blood Donor Month has been observed in January since 1970 with the goal of increasing blood and platelet donations during winter – one of the most difficult times of year to collect enough blood products to meet patient needs. During the winter months, inclement weather often results in cancelled blood drives, and seasonal illnesses like the flu may cause some donors to become temporarily unable to donate.