What's Happening June 28th
This week's theme: Rockstars!
10:00 - 11:00 | Zumba with Denise
11:00 - 1:00 | Avrel Bird
1:00 - 1:30 | Hoops O'Funn w/Jacey Adams
2:15 - 5:00 | Zero Summer
- Free Park Silly Bouncy Houses
- Rock on Rock Climbing Walls
- Face Painting with Clo Creations
Farmers Market Stage (Located on 5th Street next to the Post Office)
10:00 - 1:00 | Che Zuro
1:00 - 4:00 | Wyatt Pike
Non Profits and Sustainable Issues (located on 7th Street)
- Active K9 Rescue Foundation
- Youth Sports Alliance
- The Speedy Foundation
Featured Artist (Left of the Main Stage)
- Tom Martin - Lunabronze
- Brent Lowry - Chainsaw Carving
- Elias - Stiltwalking
- Magician and Juggler
This weeks market is sponsored by Smith's
Visit Smith’s for your “Silly” needs and for everything else to fit your Park City lifestyle! Order a Starbucks, stroll through the floral department, and be tempted by the chocolate fountain treasures in our bakery. Or maybe you are in the mood to pick up a delicious fresh-prepared entrée, some organic fixings from our produce department and head out for a picnic. Plug in and charge your vehicle at the pump or use your fuel rewards points and save up to $1 per gallon before your summer road trip. Don’t see what you need? Our friendly associates would love to help you. Enjoy the Silly Summer!
Dog Days of Summer are here!
The Park Silly Sunday Market is a dog friendly event – BUT keep in mind summer is here and the market is HOT! As a dog parent, it’s important to keep your pet safe during the hot summer months. You’ve got to keep them cool in shaded areas or in air conditioning, you can’t leave them in hot cars while you go into the store. you must also provide them with plenty of fresh drinking water, and protect their skin from the sun’s rays.
It’s also important to protect your dog’s feet from scorching hot concrete. It’s something not every dog parent may think of at first, until their dog’s paws get burned from walking on hot concrete or other surfaces. Last year the concrete at the market was over 120 degrees! Wowza! Please be a responsible pet owner and keep your dog at home during the hot market days.