Community Events and Activities

Announcing the Town of Parker 2021 Event Season...

2021 Community Engagement Activities

Parker July 4 Celebration - Fireworks on the Fourth

The Town of Parker is excited to announce that we will be welcoming our community to a Fourth of July event at Parker’s Salisbury Park in 2021! Although this event will be a bit different than our traditional Parker Stars and Stripes celebration due to the continued uncertainty of COVID conditions, it will be a great time for the community to gather and enjoy live music, walk-around entertainment and our traditional fireworks show! 

The event will be shorter, but the night will be relaxing and fun! Attendees will have three options to choose from for their fireworks viewing experience: Drive-in only in the north Salisbury parking lot, tailgating in the main polo field parking lot, or viewing from the multi-purpose field. These zones will allow us to welcome our community back at a level they are comfortable, while providing the necessary event and attendance flexibility to accommodate still fluctuating health guidelines.  Gates open between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m., depending on the experience you choose, and the fireworks show begins at 9:30 p.m. Entry prices will vary based on the lot chosen.

Check back here for details and tickets as the event grows closer! 

Parker Bike to Work Day Breakfast Station - Rescheduled to Sept. 22

Recently, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) made the decision to move Colorado’s 2021 regional Bike to Work Day to September 22 from the regular date in June.  The Town of Parker is excited to once again host a breakfast station on the Cherry Creek bike path near the USMC CPL David M. Sonka Dog Park and Westcreek Disc Golf Course in conjunction with DRCOG for the 2021 Bike to Work Day on September 22.  The breakfast station will be scaled to what is allowable by state and local health guidelines. More updates will be given as we get closer to the event.

A Special Thank you to Town Sponsors!

We want to take this time to say thank you to a very special group - our amazing sponsors.  During a regular event season, sponsors play a large part in helping us bring events to our community.  2020 events would absolutely not have been possible without these partners and friends!  This dedicated group rolled with all the changes and stayed committed to our community.  The Town of Parker would like to thank: Camp Bow Wow, Care Now, Douglas County Libraries, Ent Credit Union, Jet’s Pizza, Mile High Kona Ice, Parker Party America, the Outdoor Channel, Patricia J. Stone, PC, Vitalant, WeChef Kitchen and Xfinity 

Contact Us

For more information about the these events or on how to get involved as a volunteer or a sponsor, please email us or call 303.805.3253.

To view a comprehensive listing of upcoming events, please visit our online community calendar.

Groups looking to plan their own community event will need a Community Event Permit. Non-profit community event in Parker may also qualify for limited publicity assistance from the Town. Please check out this list of tips for planning your community event (PDF).