Parker Secret Closet Fashion Exhibit and Anniversary Gala

Help Parker Secret Closet celebrate its one-year anniversary with the Parker Secret Closet Fashion Exhibit and Anniversary Gala and Fundraiser from 6–9 p.m. April 4 at the Vehicle Vault in Parker. With each ticket purchased, you will receive hors d’oeuvres, desserts, two drink tickets (beer and wine for those over 21 with ID) and admission to the Vehicle Vault Car Museum. There will be a silent auction and a dress exhibit featuring fashion designs made from found and recycled items. All pieces are handcrafted by local students and creative artists. Vote on your favorites, and the winners will receive a cash prize. Teen models will showcase some of PSC’s best gowns and tuxedos, and there will be a photo booth and a red carpet with award-winning photographers to capture the evening’s events. 

Parker Secret Closet offers free formalwear to teens and tweens so they may attend important events such as prom, homecoming and graduation without having to worry about the cost of a dress, tuxedo, or cap and gown. 
For tickets and more information, visit ParkerSecretCloset.org or call 720.819.6073.

Parker Racquet Club Grand Opening

The Parker Racquet Club celebrated its grand opening in March after 18 months of construction.

The Parker Racquet Club, located at the intersection of Twenty Mile Road and Plaza Drive, is a new indoor-outdoor tennis facility that offers tennis programming to the Town of Parker. Locally owned and operated, featuring a unique private/public model, the PRC caters to all players, providing the ability to reserve courts, participate in programming for members as well as Parker residents and the general public. 

Membership and block time opportunities are now on sale. For information, call 720.979.6880. ParkerRacquetClub.com

Bill Paul’s Fight Against ALS

Bill Paul’s Fight Against ALS is accepting private and corporate sponsors for its first golf tournament fundraiser on Aug. 5 at the Meridian Golf Club.

The fundraiser event will feature lunch and golf tournament, as well as evening events that include a silent auction, guest speakers and live entertainment. Tickets are $250 per person. Evening-only tickets are $75 per person.

Bill Paul’s Fight Against ALS is a nonprofit organization founded by Bill and Julianne Martin of Lone Tree after Bill was diagnosed with the incurable disease in 2016. To help sponsor the event or to purchase tickets, visit BPsFight.com.