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Kimball Art Center provides child-friendly Noon Year’s Eve celebration

PARK CITY, Utah — The Kimball Art Center has limited spaces available for its annual Noon Year’s Eve unique child care session. Locals and visitors alike may drop off/pick up their children on December 31 for an hour and a half, from 11:00 in the morning to 12:30 in the afternoon. Parents are welcome to stay and enjoy the three art exhibits on display in the Gallery.

Admission: $35 per Child (Parents are free)

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Noon Year’s Eve is a creative way for children to ring in the New Year at a child-appropriate time.

Activity Descriptions :

– Participate in a gratitude garland
– Create your own party hat and confetti popper
– Play with clay and make a fun project
– Music & noisemakers
– Photobooth
– Juice & snacks 

Kimball’s three free current art exhibits:

  1. In Memoriam: Carbon Paintings by Cara Despain: Despain’s artwork has been shown in Aspen, Sante Fe, Miami and in Salt Lake City representing the State of Utah.
  2. Here Now: art by Claire Sherman: Sherman’s artwork has been shown in London, San Francisco, and Chicago.
  3. On Exactitude in Science: art by David Hartt: Hartt’s artwork has been shown in Amsterdam, Canada, New York, Los Angeles, Denver, and Seattle.

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