Summer is still going strong in Park City. This weekend marks the 42nd Kimball Arts Festival on Historic Main Street Park City. This event is an amazing opportunity for art enthusiasts to stroll main street viewing works from 220 exhibiting artists.
Once known as Kimball Corner, the original Kimball Art Center building on the property operated as a livery stable built to serve the tiny mining community. In 1929, the site transformed into the Kimball Brothers Garage and for 43 years the garage served Park City’s automotive needs. In 1976, arts enthusiast Bill Kimball, along with support from members of the Park City community, transformed the dilapidated garage into a non-profit community center for the visual arts. Since that time, the Kimball Art Center has served art lovers in the Park City area by providing top quality exhibitions and events. Today the Kimball Art Center is free and open to the public year-round offering classes for children and adults.