VOTED A JOLT WORTHY EVENT! Join the fun as Miracle on Main Street, the Holiday Art Walk and Small Business Saturday transform Downtown Farmington into a festive holiday scene. With unique gifts and artisans in each shop, Santa at Orchard Park and activities to keep the little ones busy there are plenty of reasons to visit Downtown!
Jump into the holiday season with a festive community celebration as Miracle on Main Street and the Holiday Art Walk take place on November 30th, in Historic Downtown Farmington! Specials will be offered in Downtown businesses all day, then the fun continues between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Perfect chance to meet local artisans, discover decorating inspirations, meet Santa at Orchard Park, take a picture in the giant snow globe, enjoy wandering carolers, grab some hot cocoa or a Christmas cookie, or get in on some of the other fun activities!
2019 is the 10th Anniversary of Small Business Saturday so, Downtown Farmington: A MainStreet Project and the downtown businesses are encouraging folks to make a BIG difference in our community and #shopsmall by buying and eating local. Historic Downtown Farmington has some of the best locally-owned galleries, shops, and restaurants in the city.
Where to Eat
Most businesses open at 10 am with two restaurants open for breakfast, The Chile Pod and TJ’s Diner and two amazing coffee shops, The Cosmic Café and The Studio Bake Shoppe both serving pastries and other breakfast fares along with some of the best coffee and espresso drinks and other hot and cold drinks. Three Rivers Eatery and Brewery, Three Rivers Pizzeria, Boon’s Family Thai BBQ, Mikasa Japanese Restaurant, Ashkiís Navajo Grill, and KB Dillon’s join those restaurants for lunch and dinner.
Where to Shop
The Downtown area features amazing galleries, such as Studio 116, Artifacts, Three Rivers Art Center, and WalArt. Unique Native American galleries, both traditional and contemporary, such as Fifth Generation Trading, Bilisaána, Alex Benally’s Hogan, Nizhoni Trading, and ArrowSoul Trading Post. There are lots of unique stores such as The Dusty Attic, Game Changers, Tales of Tomorrow Comics, and Brown’s Shoe. Third Axis Custom Engraving and All-Star T-Shirts and Trophies are so much more than awards, with both businesses carrying amazing unique gifts.
Where to Play
Along with the unique shopping and dining experiences that are available in Downtown Farmington GC Harvest Church will be hosting Santa’s Workshop from 1 pm – 5 pm that day. So, you can bring the kids and have them build a toy in the workshop. From 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. the kids can meet Santa at Orchard Park, take a picture in the giant snow globe, sing with carolers and take part in other holiday themed activities.
November 30, 2019 is Small Business Saturday. This national intitiative was formed to help promote local mom and pop shops. We encourage you to explore the small businesses in the Farmington area to find those specials gifts this holiday season.