Mayor's Holiday Lighting gets season started in Parker

Turkey run, small business shopping round out weekend

Staff report
Posted 11/10/17

Get the season started with an evening of classic holiday cheer at the Mayor's Holiday Lighting event Nov. 24 at O'Brien Park, 10795 Victorian Drive. Join the mayor and the Parker Chorale in a sing-a-long to “Silent Night” to kick off the event …

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Mayor's Holiday Lighting gets season started in Parker

Turkey run, small business shopping round out weekend

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Get the season started with an evening of classic holiday cheer at the Mayor's Holiday Lighting event Nov. 24 at O'Brien Park, 10795 Victorian Drive. Join the mayor and the Parker Chorale in a sing-a-long to “Silent Night” to kick off the event before the official tree and Grand Park lighting.

Once the park is lit up, stroll around and take in the sights of the holiday ice sculpture displays while interacting with holiday characters. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in town for the evening, and those with a keen eye might even spot an Elf in a Tree.

Enjoy free carriage rides and holiday caroling by Parker's high schools and the Parker Chorale. Colorado School of Dance performs a “Nutcracker” show. Go to www.parkeronline.org/CarriageRides.

Start off the weekend by taking on the Colorado tradition of working up a sweat before savoring a Thanksgiving meal with Parker's Turkey Day 5 Fun Run/Walk on Nov. 23. The day gets started at 8 a.m. Go to Turkey Day 5K FUN Run/Walk.

Wrap up the weekend by shopping at one of the many small, independent shops in Parker for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25.

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