… and Exposing Our Communities to Culture


Thank You for the Success of Our 2018 Mardi Gras!!!!

See You Next Year on March 2, 2019!!!










Colorado Council of Arts, Science and Culture







We’re Dreaming Big For All Communities

Keeping the Arts Alive

Focused on Growing Minds

The Council

The CASC is made up of nine board members and four officers. We are a very experienced group with various business backgrounds. Most importantly, are our years and years of community involvement. Many of our board members are also art, science and cultural based in our daily work lives. A great source!

The Arts

We have an established history of over 10 years in the local community. In the performing  Arts, we focus on bringing some of the finest musical member performances that help enhance the greater Parker area .From Wine Walks to the Community stage at Parker Days, to concerts.

The Sciences

We are branching further out to the sciences by supporting programs in local front range areas that feature activity for youth who want to enrich their minds. We’re looking to build our science program support up to be one of the leading programs in the state.

The Culture

Within every community, there needs to be culture and cultural awareness. Our two fundraising programs bring just that to our communities. We have two celebrations each year that bring out the flavor of true cultural heritage.Oktoberfest and Mardi Gras!

CASC Grows Its Cultural Fundraising Event

Mardi Gras 2018 – Is Home in Downtown Parker

February marks the start of Mardi Gras celebrations nationwide. Infamous “Fat Tuesday” falls this month.

Here in Parker, Colorado, the Council of Arts, Science and Culture (CASC) brings its Annual Mardi Gras Celebration to downtown, at Music @ Mainstreet for the first time this year. Parker’s downtown is the CASC Mardi Gras Party on February 10th at 6 p.m.

“We are expanding our reach as an organization and are very excited to be having our Mardi Gras event held in the growing town of Parker as a permanent location.


Parker Oktoberfest Tradition

September 14th – 16th, 2018 – It’s Gonna Be Another Rocker!

In celebration of German heritage and traditions, we will be celebrating our Annual Parker Oktoberfest.  The annual fundraising cultural event will feature live German music, Bavarian dancers, a Biergarten featuring our presenting partner, Paulaner and a number of competitions, and delicious German food.

Admission is free for our family-friendly German-themed festival.  The event includes a number of fun activities for children, great things to do for adults, and is family friendly. We will also have kids rides including an obstacle course, bungee tramp, a slide and much more!  The festival boasts unique vendors that are new to the festival this year and a variety of activities for children.

The Annual Parker Oktoberfest will be held starting Friday, September 14th, with “Pre -Rocktoberfest” from 6:00 -10:30pm. Saturday, September 16, from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Sunday, September 17, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

We are looking again to re-elected Parker Mayor Mike Waid to preside over the opening ceremony and mini-parade. There will also be an opportunity to meet the Colorado Council of Arts, Science and Cultures Miss Oktoberfest.


Parker Wine Walks

Every fourth Friday during the Summer and Fall, the Parker Chamber hosts the local downtown Wine Walks which are heavily attended and amply festive! Enjoy wine tasting and discover the many shops and restaurants on Main Street and the live music spread around as provided by us, the Colorado Council of Arts, Science and Culture

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Today’s youth is tomorrow’s talent. Join us the first Tuesday of every month as the talented youth from throughout the area converge on Takoda’s Bar and Grill to test out their pipes from a public location. Always a favorite, our youth karaoke night never fails to deliver a discovery of talent new, and improved each and every month.

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The Sciences

We have sponsored science programs in the past ( Astronomy) and are presently looking to partner with local area science groups whom may need that added value that an organization can bring to help them grow! If you’re currently holding a program or would like to pitch us an idea for a Science based program, then please contact us at 303-261-8059.

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We cannot provide events like we do without generous sponsorships and donations from great local area businesses and organizations. See our Sponsorship page for others!

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