Directions

Take I-25 to Exit 192 (Ridgegate Pkwy), then proceed 2.5 miles east. Stepping Stone is on the south side of the roadway. View Map

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COLORADO SUMMERS ARE THE BEST

Most people think of Colorado as a snow sports destination, but one of our best-kept secrets is how amazing our summertime is. (Shhh!) As a Stepping Stone resident, you’ve probably enjoyed plenty of pool time at the Lantern House. You may have taken a short drive over to Cherry Creek State Park to go fishing or take the kids out boating. And, most likely, you’ve been hiking, biking, or camping in the Rocky Mountains.

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We know you’re already packing a lot of fun and interesting activities into your calendar this summer. But if you need suggestions for more, we have you covered:

 

MOVIES IN THE PARK

Saturday, August 5, 6-11pm, O’Brien Park

Go see Disney’s “Zootopia” under the stars! This event is FREE and family friendly at O’Brien Park, located at 10795 Victoria Drive in Parker. Movies in the Park is presented by the Parker Chamber of Commerce.

 

BYE BYE BIRDIE

August 12-19, PACE Center

Parker Arts and Inspire Creative bring you this fantastic “for kids – by kids” production of the zany classic musical, Bye Bye Birdie. Discounted tickets are available for children 12 and under, and all tickets can be purchased here.

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PARKER BREWFEST

Saturday, August 19, 2-5pm, O’Brien Park

Calling all craft beer connoisseurs! Roam O’Brien Park while sampling Colorado’s finest brews. This event is hosted by the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker and profits will be donated to charity. Learn more.

 

ART IN THE PARK

August 26-17, O’Brien Park

Art in the Park is an annual Parker tradition featuring original and inspired works from local artists. Exhibits include fine art, photography, and fine crafts. This event is put on by the Parker Artists Guild, which is made up of artists living in and around Douglas County and the Denver Metro Area.

July 31, 2017