Parker’s Best-Kept Secret

 How It Works  • Parker Secret Closet accepts donations of gently used or new special-occasion dresses less than five years old, as well as dress shoes, handbags, jewelry, accessories, and graduation caps and gowns. They also accept monetary donations and volunteer hours to keep the store running.  • The owners of a tuxedo rental shop in Highlands Ranch retired last year and donated…

Eco-Friendly Must-Haves

As a Colorado-based eco-fashion and lifestyle blogger raised in Parker, I am working to be a conscious consumer, one step at a time. I hope to significantly reduce my impact on this planet while striving to inspire others to do the same. I have been buying more clothes that are second-hand and vintage. And I love finding clothes that are made out…

Party Alfresco

Ah, April. After a long winter, this month holds the promise of warmer days spent outdoors with friends and family with chirping birds setting the soundtrack for spring. 

Springing into Eco

Do you hear that? It’s the sound of nature springing to life after a long winter’s nap. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and children are playing outside as the weather gets warmer and the days grow longer. This month at Parker Lifestyle, we bring you our Eco issue in honor of Earth Day on … Continued

Extreme’s Long Road

"I’ve watched Parker grow up. When I started my shop, there were only nine auto shops in town. There was no Home Depot, no Walmart or Target. Now there are 52 auto shops in the area—lots of competition." – Dennis Brewster, owner of Extreme Auto Repair

April 2019 Around Town

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 … Continued

The Art Of Up-Cycling

After more than 30 years of collecting old horse blankets, silver buckles and turquoise beads, Kim Plank of Centennial joined with her daughters to create P.S. Wares, a fashion brand that features handmade jewelry, handbags and clothing using Kim's stash.

Eco Ride

It’s a chilly winter day, and Elevation Cycles of Parker sales manager Don Krieg and owner Tyler Pilger are outside the shop talking electric bicycles.

State of the Town Address

The Rotary Club of Parker hosted the annual State of the Town address Feb. 27. Mayor Waid gave an update on the growth and happenings in Parker. Local citizens were also recognized for their dedication to making our town, state and world a better place.