I love this time of year in Colorado. There is so much to do throughout the entire state – from road trips to the Western Slope, hiking and camping to planting a vegetable garden and attending the annual Parker Days festival in downtown.
Hosted annually by the nonprofit Zonta Douglas County, Trivia Night brings community members together to raise money for scholarships for local high school seniors and grants for nonprofits benefitting women and children. (ZontaDouglasDounty.org) Photos by TQ Photography
The Society of American Magicians Magic Center Foundation presented April Foolery, a magic show featuring six award-winning Colorado magicians. The April 23 fundraiser raised more than $1,000 to help maintain the foundation’s museum and research library in Parker. (SamMagicCenter.com)
Parker resident and childhood cancer survivor, Michael Loomer, will once again host an Alex’s Lemonade Stand on June 12, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Jola Park, at the corner of Clarke Farms Drive and Motsenbocker.
Spring is in full bloom, and maybe your yard isn’t living up to your idea of an outside paradise. We sat down with Kyle Ash, Misty Siggins and Kim Wisdom of Aspen Falls Custom Design and Landscape, so they could fill us in on some landscaping secrets.
It’s hard enough running a retail business. But when you combine overseeing a family business with a full-time job, taking care of a wife who was severely injured in a car accident and then overcoming a fire, it can become an incredible task.