Shop Small Business Saturday in Libertyville

  • Small Business Saturday is Nov. 26. Shoppers can support locally owned businesses in downtown Libertyville.

    Small Business Saturday is Nov. 26. Shoppers can support locally owned businesses in downtown Libertyville. Courtesy of MainStreet Libertyville

Updated 11/21/2022 9:49 AM

Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26, is a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities.

More than 20 businesses are participating in this year's MainStreet Libertyville Small Business Saturday Annual Holiday Shopping Tour and offering raffle prizes.


Pick up a free shopping passport at any participating store or at the village tree lighting ceremony Friday, Nov. 25, in Cook Park. Shoppers are encouraged to visit all the stores and get their passport stamped. No purchase is necessary.

After shopping, drop off your stamped passport in the blue raffle box at any participating business to be eligible for a chance to win a raffle prize. The more stamps you get on your passport, the more chances you have of winning a prize. Winners will be contacted the week of Nov. 27.

For a list of participating businesses, visit

Free, four-hour parking is available in the covered parking garages on Lake Street and on Church Street. Or take the train; the Metra station is in the heart of downtown Libertyville, near the shops and restaurants. Downtown Libertyville is home to more than 30 unique shops and 20 dining experiences.

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For more information, contact the MainStreet Libertyville office at (847) 680-0336; follow MainStreet on social media; and visit

MainStreet Libertyville is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting downtown Libertyville. With the help of community volunteers, MainStreet Libertyville hosts more than 50 days of community and retail events each year.

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