DENVER (CBS4) – Sunday was the final day of the free CherryArts Festival at the Stanley Aviation Marketplace.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

It was the first time it was hosted at the former aviation building at Stapleton. The event, sponsored by the group that runs the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, included indoor and outdoor art exhibits, live entertainment, cooking demonstrations and children’s activities.

The weather has been a key to its success this year, as well as the Denver Broncos being on a bye week.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

“Everybody has come out and really enjoyed themselves, had a chance to explore national artists in all mediums,” said Chris Stevens, President and CEO of CherryArts. ‘So far the weekend has been fantastic.”

The Stanley Marketplace will have its grand opening next year. It will have a beer hall, multiple restaurants, a fitness center and a yoga studio.

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