The Miracle on 4th event begins the holiday shopping season in Longmont on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event promises to be more magical and inviting than ever.
The Miracle on 4th event hosts over 80 local vendors that showcase their unique and handcrafted wares.
“From artisanal goods to delectable treats and everything in between, attendees will have many options, making it the ideal place to kick-start their holiday shopping,” stated a news release on the event.
The third annual event is expanding this year to include Fourth Avenue and Kimbark Street. It will also feature an inaugural Gingerbread Contest.
“The Gingerbread Contest offers an exciting platform for bakers of all skill levels to showcase their artistry and spread holiday cheer," said Jennifer Williams, a baker at Aimee’s Love Bakery.
Additionally, patrons will be able to view a large gingerbread house display that was crafted by Williams. Gingerbread houses will be available for purchase to take home and decorate or to create onsite.
"Community events go beyond economic benefits and foster a vibrant sense of belonging, bolster community pride, and create lasting memories for residents and visitors," said Visit Longmont's CEO Sarah Leonard.