The Park Silly Sunday Market is located in Park City, Utah on Historic Main Street. Operating every Sunday from June until mid-September, the market is a street festival, community forum, and open air market all in one. The Park Silly Sunday Market is a place for friends, neighbors, and visitors alike to come together and enjoy the funky and fun community of Park Sillians. The eco-friendly market's vision is to expand and grow the experience of the inclusive quality of community. Another goal of the Park Silly Sunday Market is to establish worldwide recognition of Park City as a place where international, national, and local causes can be addressed or brought to light through connectedness and celebration.
What makes the Park Silly Sunday Market unique is its free "Community Elements." The weekly exciting and funky street festival creates a Community Forum for everyone to enjoy and participate in every Sunday during the market's season. The Community Element Programs of the market include musicians, free children activities, performers, featured sustainable issue groups, zero waste efforts, featured chefs, and featured non-profit organizations. The market uses media outreach to heavily promote these programs every week. The Park Silly Sunday Market offers a venue that serves as a source of expression for both new talents and veteran professionals. The free space provided to these individuals and groups is possible thanks to the help of community sponsorships.
The Park Silly Sunday Market is both a festival and a market. Featured in the market aspect of the event is a treasure trove of eclectic and unique regional, as well as local crafts and art. Also found at the market are antiques, performance art, music, vegetables and fruits from the farmers market, unique finds, and imports. The market is as uniquely different as the town of Park City, Utah itself. Vendors change every week, adding to the uniqueness of the Park Silly Sunday Market.
Visitors to the Park Silly Sunday Market should bring cash if they plan on purchasing items from vendors. While some vendors take credit cards, several vendors only accept cash. ATMs can be found along Main Street. It's also advised for visitors to bring a cooler or basket for fruits and vegetables to keep them from getting smashed, as well as canvas bags. A water bottle is also useful to stay hydrated during the summer weather, and there are several water stations with free water available at the market.
Dogs are allowed at the Park Silly Sunday Market, however, they must be kept leashed and visitors are asked to bring their own doggie bags. If temperatures are over 85 degrees, the market recommends pet owners leave their dogs at home due to the heat of the asphalt. Dogs that are afraid to be approached by children or unfamiliar people should not be brought to the market.
The Park Silly Sunday Market is a zero waste/"no trace left behind market," meaning no waste is left behind at the market. Zero Waste stations are located throughout the market for visitors and vendors to utilize. All of the market's food vendors use recyclable plates, cups, and utensils.
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