Mayor's Holiday Lighting rings in season

Posted 11/27/18

Thousands turned out for the annual Mayor's Holiday Lighting ceremony in downtown Parker Nov. 23 to ring in the holiday season. Crowds flooded O'Brien Park on the evening of Black Friday to enjoy …

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Mayor's Holiday Lighting rings in season

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Thousands turned out for the annual Mayor's Holiday Lighting ceremony in downtown Parker Nov. 23 to ring in the holiday season.

Crowds flooded O'Brien Park on the evening of Black Friday to enjoy holiday festivities ranging from caroling to a Yuletide scavenger hunt. A raffle drawing at the end of the night gifted a television to a lucky participant.

Choirs from all five Parker-area high schools took the stage for a brief concert singing holiday favorites. The Colorado School of Dance performed a "Nutcracker" dance.

Mayor Mike Waid finally took the stage to award the 50-inch TV and make closing remarks to the event.

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