Get Ready for Parker Family Fun Fest!
This great annual event has is happening this Saturday and is sure to be the biggest and best yet!
Join the excitement on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Parker Family Fun Fest held at O’Brien Park, 10795 Victorian Dr. This free, fun-filled event promotes healthy lifestyles and wellness education in an entertaining and interactive way.
September 22, 2012
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
10795 Victorian Dr.
Parker, CO 80138
Family Fun Walk
The event will kick-off with an accessible Family Fun Walk, open to people of all ages and ability levels (the paved surface is fully accessible for those with adaptive equipment). Following the walk, families will have the chance to get active in Inflatable Alley, test their skills in the inline puck challenge, race through a wild obstacle course, let loose with Kids Zone and Day Camp activities and just have fun in the GO PLAY area with hula hoops, bouncing balls, jump ropes and more! The event will also feature a mini GO PLAY area especially for smaller children ages 4 and under. But that’s not all; there will be dancing, fun games, awesome giveaways, interactive demonstrations and tons of other activities for the entire family!
Parker resident, Carla Gervasoni and her family said of last year’s event, “Our favorite part was all of the physical challenges. It was fun to watch the kids jump, hula hoop, run, etc. My 5-year-old daughter still talks about the day…especially the Zumba dancing!”
Don’t forget to grab your Family Fun Fest Passport at the event. Collect enough activity stamps and enter to win a number of great prizes! Check out this exciting event online at www.ParkerRec.com or call Hillary Roemersberger at303.805.3278 for more information.
A special thank you to our 2012 Family Fun Fest event sponsors: Parker Academy of Martial Arts, Bellco Credit Union, Dick’s Sporting Goods, The National Children’s Study, State Farm Insurance and Renewal by Andersen.
About Parker Parks and Recreation
Parker, Colorado is a full-service community with a hometown feel and Parker Parks and Recreation is no exception; providing the community with high-quality facilities, services and programs that are diverse, sustainable, accessible and customer-oriented. In both 2000 and 2011, the Parks and Recreation Department has been named the National Recreation and Park Association’s (NRPA) Gold Medal award winner as the nation’s top department for its population size. The Gold Medal award is given to departments displaying the highest degree of excellence in parks and recreation administration. For more information about Parker Parks and Recreation, visit www.ParkerRec.com