Parker Quest is coming! The second year of this scavenger-hunt-style event promises fun for all ages, and will be held in on Saturday, August 24 from 9 a.m. to noon. Families, teams and individuals will enjoy an adventure-filled tour of downtown Parker while exploring Parkers history and heritage.
Parker QuestSaturday August 24, 2013
Begin your journey with at the Gazebo in O’Brien Park (on the corner of Parker Road and Main Street) at 9 AM on Saturday, August 24th
“Questing,” which has much in common with geo-caching and letterboxing is a 150-year tradition that brings people together to share and learn about their community’s cultural history.
The Quest is a partnership between the Town of Parker, Parker Area Historical Society, Parker Parks and Recreation and the Douglas County Libraries. Registration is required.
Registration is free, and is required at www.douglascountylibraries.org or 303-791-7323.
Douglas County Libraries is a passionate advocate for literacy and lifelong learning.
Source: Parker Library