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Established in 1994, the Parker Symphony Orchestra is an all-volunteer ensemble whose goal is to increase awareness and appreciation of symphonic music. The orchestra performs several shows each year, with varying themes.
Boulder Creek Path is a local trail which begins in the plains leading up to the mountains and is much used by bikers and trail-runners. The trail runs parallel to Boulder Creek and passes near a local playground.
Situated just north of the County Meadows subdivision, the McCabe Meadows Park is home to the Parker Arboretum. The site also provides access to the Cherry Creek Trail and features a fitness circuit as well as a shade structure with tables.
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Since 1986, Boulder County Farmers Market has been a gathering place for shoppers and vendors alike to buy and sell fresh produce, baked goods, locally produced wines and food. The market is open On Wednesday's and Saturday's from April through November.
Nestled in downtown Boulder, Central Park offers beautiful and scenic city views. A quick walk to the farmer’s market, visitors to the park can enjoy paved walkways, an outdoor amphitheater and planned bike paths.
A 16-screen movie theater, Century Boulder displays first-run Hollywood movies along with independent films. The theater offers all digital projection, RealD 3D movies, arcade games, self-service ticketing and a lobby cafe with food and drinks.
Recommended for intermediate to advanced hikers, Mt. Sanitas Trail offers visitors a scenic dirt trail that leads up the side of the mountain. Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs on the trail if they are leashed.
Often referred to as the Yosemite of Boulder Canyon, Boulder Falls are natural waterfalls with the fall of approximately 70 feet into the Middle Boulder Creek. The surrounding landscape is beautiful and the site is often visited by hikers and rock climbers.