arts & entertainment
Get Silly on Sunday
Summer in park city means the return of the silly market / tony gill
for local artists and an entire block for nonprofits on 7th Street,” says Kimberly Kuehn, cofounder of the Silly Market. The Silly Market is home to one of Utah’s largest beer gardens and a Bloody Mary station sponsored by Ogden’s Five Wives Vodka that features over 30 different ingredient options. If that catches your interest, stop by in August for the Beer Festival featuring an array of local brews. “It’s a really popular event with a lot of local beer, lemonade shandies and all sorts of great people,” Kuehn says. As always, the Silly Market is a zero-waste market, so you can be sure that you’re not only supporting great local
Park Silly Sunday Market cofounder Kimberly Kuehn and her family are regulars at the market.
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photos provided by Park Silly Sunday Market
Appetizing scents and mellifluous sounds fill the air in equal parts on Main Street on Sundays during the summer. The vibrant sensory experience means one thing: The Park Silly Sunday Market is back. The Silly Market has become one of the beloved summer institutions in town, and for good reason. It’s the quintessential showcase of local artists, farmers, chefs, musicians, artisans and nonprofit organizations. This year’s Silly Market will be the biggest yet, providing the perfect venue to engage and interact with the town’s personalities. “We’re having an expanded farmer’s market with more local farmers, 115 new bands from all over Utah, free booths