(Courtesy Historic Park City Alliance)
WHAT: The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) is hosting Kids’ Day on Main Street on Saturday, May 14 as an answer for mud season blues and unpredictable weather. Various businesses on Main Street will hold fun, creative activities geared towards kids throughout the day and take the hassle out of weekend planning. Families are encouraged to explore Main Street and enjoy a whole afternoon of free and affordable pre-planned activities, which include educational, culinary and artistic events.
WHERE: Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street
Youth Theatre, an education and performance program, presents The Boxcar Children, a play about four young siblings orphaned and in danger of being split up. Directed by Barbara Field and adapted from the novels by Gertrude Chandler Warner, The Boxcar Children is a tale of family togetherness and youthful determination.
Showtimes at 5:30 and 7:30pm.
It’s F’n Hot, 545 Main Street
Stop by for tastings and samples of salsas, ketchups, mustards and other kid-friendly condiments.
12-2pm - Free
Java Cow, 402 Main Street
Decorate cookies at Java Cow and learn tips and techniques on cookie decorating.
1-3pm - $1 per cookie
Kimball Art Center, 638 Park Avenue
The Kimball Art Center presents the annual Wasatch Back Student Art Show, featuring work by student artists in Summit and Wasatch County Schools, grades K-12. The show features artwork from students that incorporate found, recycled and repurposed objects.
12-5pm - Free
Livin’ Life Park City, 577 Main Street
Make your own jewelry at Livin’ Life. Kids ages 4 and older can craft necklaces and bracelets, and Park City’s own Clark Johnson of TommyKnockers Custom Jewelry will be on hand from 2-5pm to inspire creativity in your budding jewelry designer.
Park City Museum, 528 Main Street
Free kids admission with a paying adult. The museum will also host kids activities.
Adult tickets, $10
Red Banjo Pizza, 322 Main Street
Kids can get creative in the kitchen and make their own personal pizzas.
11:30am-4pm - $6
WHEN: Saturday, May 14, 2011
Historic Main Street