CRW 2018: Book Events & Booth Sales2018
Fri, Feb. 2, 2018—“Fascinating Families of the Wildcat Mountain,” a talk by Peggy Cummings, author and librarian, at the Country Club at Castle Pines Village. Peggy is one of the co-authors of Images of America: Douglas County. Castle Rock Writers sold 24 books!
Sat., May 5, 2018—Hilltop Art and Music Fair Parker, Colorado 80134
The 6th Annual Hilltop Art and Music Fair will be held at UCC Parker Hilltop Church and at the Historic 1898 Hilltop Schoolhouse, which are located at the intersection of Democrat and Flintwood Roads in eastern Douglas County. The church address is: UCC Parker Hilltop 10926 Democrat Rd. Parker, CO 80134. Show hours are 9 AM to 3 PM with additional set up hours on Friday, May 4th, from noon to 6 PM.
A delayed fair schedule, 11 AM to 4 PM, will be followed if there are early morning unsafe weather conditions. The show will feature original art and fine crafts, and music/performing arts from the local area. Artisan booth spaces will be both indoors and outdoors on the church grounds. Added bonuses are a silent auction at the church, and a local history media presentation and multi-school student art show at the schoolhouse. Light refreshments will be available. Admission, parking, and hay wagon rides between the two fair sites are free. An average of 400 visitors visit the fair.
If you know of a group who would like a speaker on our county history, please contact Castle Rock Writers at 303-521-8615.
If your group is hosting an event and would like to have a book sale, please contact us. See above for the information. The book is entitle Images of America: Douglas County, publishing in 2017 by Arcadia Publishing.