Mayor’s Holiday Lighting

Join your friends, neighbors and Mayor Mike Waid to watch O’Brien Park come to life for the holidays! The Town of Parker invites you to an enchanted evening at O’Brien Park in the heart of Downtown Parker. Friday, November 23rd, gather round the Town Tree, join the Mayor and the incredible voices of the Parker Chorale in a Silent Night Sing-Along to kick off the evening. Following Silent Night, the Mayor and Town Council will count down to the Town Tree and Grand Park Lighting. Everyone in attendance will feel like a kid again when the night skies comes alive with thousands of lights among the trees make O’Brien Park sparkle.

Once the park is lit up, it’s time for the fun to begin! Stroll around O’Brien Park and take in the sights of the amazing holiday ice sculpture displays following a path to each of the six, very cold, works of art. Along the way, you are bound to run into some of your favorite holiday characters, all of whom will have some sort of story to tell or an activity to show you. Of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in town for this most festive of evenings and you may even spot the “Elf in a Tree!”

As you stroll through the park, you can enjoy tasty food from holiday food vendors.
O’Brien Park Gazebo will become the center for Holiday Cheer with the sounds of the season as the Parker Chorale and our talented local high school choirs will be singing some favorite holiday carols. Performances from The Colorado School of Dance will also be featured at the event, showcasing one of their talents on stage as well.

Make an evening of it. Maybe head to one of our local restaurants for dinner before the event and then stop by FIKA to warm up after the holiday lighting. Don’t forget to check out the shops on Mainstreet to get some holiday shopping done too! Spend the evening surrounded by our amazing Parker community and take in one of the most magical nights of the year at the Mayor’s Holiday Lighting, sponsored by Xfinity and Ent Credit Union.

Mayor’s Holiday Lighting
Friday, November 23rd
O’Brien Park in Downtown Parker

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