Experience Parker


Spring Fling Arts & Crafts Show

Ponderosa High School is proud to be hosting its 4th Annual Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, April 15th, from 9:00am to 4:00pm at Ponderosa High School (located at 7007 E. Bayou Gulch Road.)

Weave your way through the incredible selection of unique items and gifts from over 100 local Colorado artists and vendors. Find home décor, textile crafts, ceramics, hand-crafted jewelry, skin care and even gourmet foods to take home.

Admission to the Spring Fling Arts and Crafts Show is free and all sales benefit the incredible Ponderosa High School Music Department.
For more information on the crafts show, email PHSMusic2017CraftFair@gmail.com or call 303.250.7374.


The Owl’s Nest

Under a canopy of elm and cottonwood trees sits a fairy tale white cottage that quietly whispers “come in.” Sit outside and enjoy the view of the Front Range while sipping on their coffees and teas while indulging in one of their fresh baked goods. Outside, take in the features of local Colorado Artists that display their creative treasurers including horseshoe flowers and American Flags painted on fencing materials. Inside is a boutique filled with clothing, jewelry, paintings, photography, candles and special hand crafted gifts. The Owl’s Nest also offers a variety of craft and art classes that allow even the most creatively tentative person to create beautiful, personalized items for their home. Classes include up-cycled and repurposed art, wooden sign painting, watercolor classes, mono-printing classes, jewelry classes and seasonal decor. Classes change monthly, so check in often to see what they have going on! The Owl’s Nest also offers private classes and craft parties for groups of 5 or more, so consider the Owl’s Nest for your next birthday party, mom’s group meeting or the perfectly creative Ladies Night Out!

Go to franktownowlsnest.com or find them on Facebook for information on classes, Ladies Night shopping nights & all things Owl’s Nest!

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A Monthly Scavenger Hunt

Would you like a $100 gift certificate to Trappers Chop House? Look through the magnifying glass and simply guess correctly where in Parker this is. We will randomly draw a winner from all correct entries! CLICK HERE to enter online – GOOD LUCK!

No chance you struck out with last month’s clue. The diamonds many start to dream about come springtime are those at home plate of the baseball fields. Last month’s photo was that of the freshly chalked Double Angel Ballpark. Double Angel Ballpark, now managed by GameDay Baseball, originally opened in 2006 to honor the memory of Logan and Dillon Dixey. The Double Angel Foundation continues to raise awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide in the marine environment as well as provides scholarships for local students to help continue their education beyond high school. For more information on the foundation, visit doubleangel.org.

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