While you’re in Denver for the Home Show this weekend, make sure you head south to Parker, Colorado and check out their new Arts, Culture and Events venue. The PACE Center includes a 536-seat theater, art gallery, events space, dance studio, classrooms and an outdoor 250-seat amphitheater.
The town of Parker spent more than a decade planning and building the PACE Center and spent close to $22 million to do so. The red-brick and glass building is open so that one can see the beautiful landscape from inside the building. It also has a number of walking trails. PACE cultural director Jeannene Bragg told the Denver Post that “This is a place where you can come in your little black dress or you can come in your jeans.”
Sounds like the perfect venue for the Front Range.
To read more about the Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center click here.