Fun-filled weekend on Parker's Mainstreet

First Friday and the farmer's market busy downtown Parker

Posted 7/10/18

Large crowds flooded Parker's weekly farmer's market on Mainstreet July 8, perusing the dozens of locally-owned stands on a hot Sunday morning. The weekly farmer's market topped off an event-filled …

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Fun-filled weekend on Parker's Mainstreet

First Friday and the farmer's market busy downtown Parker

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Large crowds flooded Parker's weekly farmer's market on Mainstreet July 8, perusing the dozens of locally-owned stands on a hot Sunday morning.

The weekly farmer's market topped off an event-filled weekend in downtown Parker, beginning with the First Friday Art Walk on July 6, which featured four new sculptures from Douglas County Art Encounters along Mainstreet. Local paintings, drawings and photographs were displayed in the windows of local businesses as passersby sipped wine to start the weekend.

From local produce to kombucha, vendors from all over the state conjoined at the Parker farmer's market to close out the weekend. Although large crowds moved busily up and down Mainstreet to get their shopping done, the go-to hangout spot was underneath the shady trees that line east Mainstreet, kombucha and ice cream in tow.

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