Back in 2007, local entrepreneur Kimberly Kuehn’s vision for Park Silly Sunday Market was to create “an eco-friendly open air market, street festival and community forum where neighbors and friends come together to celebrate our community of fun and funky Park Sillians.” Her mission has become a one-of-a kind Park City tradition that gets sillier with every season.
This summer, the Park Silly Market will feature amazing artists and chefs, a farmer’s market, and activities for the whole family.
Unique performance art, live bands, the Bloody Mary Bar, delicious and gourmet food and the Beer Gardens are just some of the things guests can look for this summer.
Artists and vendors also vary from week-to-week, and they encourage guests to learn more about their creative inspirations. Kate Boyd, Director of Operations, explains, “Vendors share their history and explain where they are from and what inspired them to become an artist.”
Kuehn’s eco-friendly vision has blossomed into the Park Silly Market’s adoption of being a Zero Waste Market, with co-mingled bins at every corner to promote recycling efforts. The Market’s effort to encourage guests to drive less and walk more is ever present with its campaign to “Bike, Bus, or Walk.”
It’s safe to say the Park Silly Market is as unique as the town of Park City itself. Join the silliness every Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm from June 7th to September 20th on Historic Main Street.