Yep, it’s fall again in Boulder City, and the second big event in the season (after Wurst Festival this weekend) returns the first weekend in October – it’s Art in the Park coming October 2nd and 3rd!
Proceeds benefit the Boulder City Hospital Foundation, and you can get more info on the event from their web site. We’ll see you there Boulder City!
By the way – they are still looking for help, and could use some volunteers, which you can sign up for online HERE. Plus, they do have a need for paid help as well, who help the artists load and unload their booth stock. They earn $10/hour plus tips. If you’re interested reach out to them on their web site.
If you’re not in the know already, here is some great info directly from the folks at the Boulder City Hospital Foundation here:
About the Boulder City Hospital Foundation
o Radiology services
o Long Term Care
o Transitional Rehab
o Geriatric Behavioral Health o Outpatient Surgery
- The Boulder City Hospital Foundation is a separate 501(c)(3) charitable organization
- Established in 1995 as a means to raise funds for capital equipment and needs-based improvements for the Hospital
- 100% of the proceeds from fund development and special events support BCH
o Prior to the pandemic, over the course of the past 5 years, the Foundation has raised over 1 million dollars ▪ These important dollars have provided new equipment in RADIOLOGY, PHYSICAL THERAPY,
EMERGENCY, LONG TERM CARE AND OUR PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM
About Art in the Park
Art in the Park celebrates its 57th year this coming October 2 & 3. Widely recognized as the largest outdoor juried art festival in the Southwest, this year’s event features hundreds of artisans located throughout the heart of Boulder City among its four beautiful parks.
- The Art in the Park festival draws up to 100,000 visitors
- Includes a variety of artists, craftsmen, food and live entertainmentSince the inception of the festival every talented artist has donated one original piece to the Art in the Park raffle. That tradition continues today, making every raffle prize a “hot treasure!”