Ivy Bean performance at the PACE Center Mainstage theater in Parker, CO. Ivy Bean performance at the PACE Center Mainstage theater in Parker, CO.

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Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy’s Celtic Family Christmas at Home

Available Beginning December 6th

This Christmas season, our family is inviting the world to our home, virtually, to witness our music, life and preparation at Christmas time. Mostly music, it will also include candid moments around the kitchen, decorating the tree, and other bits of Christmas chaos!!!

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Coronavirus Covid19 Infographic

Free Lecture Series

Free Lecture Series

Parker Arts Lectures: Crowdsourcing Coronavirus

6:30 p.m.   February 3

Learn how observations and data gathered from studying the previous human-infecting coronavirus, responsible for the 2002-3 pandemic, help to understand the current outbreak and possible ways to either prevent or treat the infection.
Alferd Packer

Free Lecture Series

Free Lecture Series

Parker Arts Lectures: The Curious Case of Colorado Cannibal Alferd Packer

6:30 p.m.   Wednesday, March 3

This is a 21st century take on Alferd Packer that will include an analysis of historical information and new archaeological data and experimental archaeology to the tell and re-tell story of the Colorado Cannibal.
Foster Parent

Free Lecture Series

Free Lecture Series

Parker Arts Lectures: The Need for Good Foster Parents

6:30 p.m.   Wednesday, April 7

Children in foster care are naturally at a disadvantage. Good foster parents can break cycles regarding education, crime, teen pregnancy, and addiction. Join us for this informative discussion on the importance of foster care.
Hiking Douglas County

Free Lecture Series

Free Lecture Series

Parker Arts Lectures: Let’s Hike Douglas County (Our ½ 14ers)

6:30 p.m.   Wednesday, May 5

Learn about Douglas County's protected properties that connect to thousands of others that will never be developed. With ten trailheads and over 90 miles of trails just on open space lands, you can seek out a variety of opportunities to explore with your friends.