May 2015 Issue

  • Parker’s Creative District

    Have you heard about them? Unexpected Acts of Art are starting to pop up around downtown Parker. With no warnings and no fanfare quirky or fun art will be coming and going for visitors to enjoy. Some say they are part of the activities of a newly formed and appointed Town Committee, the Parker Creative… [Continue Reading]

    Parker’s Creative District
  • Back to the Future at the School House

    In the famous “Back to the Future” movies, Marty McFly (aka Michael J. Fox) traveled back in time 30 years to his parent’s old high school. That’s a fraction of the 100 years that Parker area families travel back when they attend a theater production, an art class, a fitness session or a community meeting… [Continue Reading]

    Back to the Future at the School House
  • The Parker Artist Guild

    In recent years, many people have worked hard to bring alive culture and the arts in Parker. One outstanding example is the Parker Artists Guild, whose members have worked tirelessly to cover the walls of our town’s businesses and galleries with fine art and photography. Stop in at Vines, the new Fred Astaire dance studio,… [Continue Reading]

    The Parker Artist Guild
  • Downtown Parker is the Place to Visit!  

    Parker is certainly growing and downtown Parker is the place to visit! The population of Parker has grown, the events and activities have grown and the parking opportunities are growing as well. Down Parker is such a fun place to visit, day or night!   There are many great shopping opportunities, dining choices, entertainment and… [Continue Reading]

    Downtown Parker is the Place to Visit!  
  • Memorial Day in Parker

    Honor those men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice to guarantee your freedoms at the 6th Annual Memorial Day Veterans’ Service of Remembrance. This year’s event will be held on Monday, May 25, 2015, 10 AM at the Parker Cemetery on Parker Road. This event is a unique opportunity for our community to… [Continue Reading]

    Memorial Day in Parker

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Parker’s Creative District

Have you heard about them? Unexpected Acts of Art are starting to pop up around downtown Parker. With no warnings and no fanfare quirky or fun art will be coming and going for visitors to … [Read More...]

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Back to the Future at the School House

In the famous “Back to the Future” movies, Marty McFly (aka Michael J. Fox) traveled back in time 30 years to his parent’s old high school. That’s a fraction of the 100 years that Parker area families … [Read More...]

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The Parker Artist Guild

In recent years, many people have worked hard to bring alive culture and the arts in Parker. One outstanding example is the Parker Artists Guild, whose members have worked tirelessly to cover the … [Read More...]

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Downtown Parker is the Place to Visit!  

Parker is certainly growing and downtown Parker is the place to visit! The population of Parker has grown, the events and activities have grown and the parking opportunities are growing as … [Read More...]

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Memorial Day in Parker

Honor those men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice to guarantee your freedoms at the 6th Annual Memorial Day Veterans’ Service of Remembrance. This year’s event will be held on Monday, May … [Read More...]

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Rover Rally

Parker is home to an exciting new type of community event, the Rover Rally. It’s a wildly entertaining robotics competition and hands-on expo that is free and open to the public. It starts at 10am on … [Read More...]

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BOOKENDS: The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

How does a socially-challenged genetics professor find the perfect wife? He launches the wife project, complete with an extensive questionnaire to weed out imperfect candidates. Don Tillman describes … [Read More...]

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LOCAL AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: A History of Parker by Sandra Jane Whelchel

The town of Parker underwent several name changes before adopting its current title. First called Pine Grove for its setting in a copse of ponderosa pines at the northern edge of Colorado’s Black … [Read More...]