Hosted by:

The Rotary Clubs of Parker

October 5, 2024 4 PM to 10 PM 
Legacy Campus 
10035 S. Peoria St., Lone Tree, CO

Join us for the 3rd Annual Parker UnCorked Wine and Spirits Festival Fundraiser, an event dedicated to honoring the teachers of the Douglas County School District. Adults can enjoy a variety of wine and spirit tastings from some of Colorado's finest wineries and distilleries. This event offers not only a taste of Colorado, it also offers the chance to make a difference. All net proceeds will support local and global community service projects aimed at helping those in need. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy premium beverages while contributing to a worthy cause!

Who Are We?

Rotary is a service club for all people that reflect the diversity of our community. Rotarians join together, share their vision, exchange ideas about solutions, and then take action to make things happen.

Members of our Rotary Club are business leaders and managers, community leaders, retirees, and anyone else with a servant heart. We meet weekly at the Parker Library to learn about opportunities to serve our community, plan and implement community service projects, and network with each other. 

“Service Above Self” is our motto.

Belonging to a Rotary club provides members with an opportunity to give back to their community and to connect with like-minded leaders and friends.

We meet every Thursday from 7:00-8:15 AM 
Parker Library
20105 E. Mainstreet. Parker, Colorado
Each meeting includes good fellowship and a variety of programs. 
Please consider joining us any Thursday morning as our guest 
to learn more about our organization.

Some Recent Projects

LOCAL COMMUNITYINTERNATIONAL

Make a Wish

Parker Task Force

Praying Hands Ranch

The Crisis Center

Project Sanctuary

Parker Library

Rotary Community Corps (Rocky Vista University)

Student of the Month

Scholarships: Academic and Vocational

Interact Clubs: Chaparral High School and
Gold Rush Elementary

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)

Denver Indian Center

Open World Host

Project C.U.R.E.

Shelter Boxes

Polio Plus

Water Projects in Africa and India

Community Health & Empowerment Clubs, Kenya

Western Alliance of Kenya Against

Malaria

Student Health Club, Kenya

Love Action Movement, South Africa

Kapadia Education Foundation, Africa

Sponsorship Opportunities

For information contact:

Harold McCloud,  Sponsorship Chairman

C. 720-290-7816 E. [email protected]

or

Steve Trevino,  Event Chairman for State of the Town

C. 303-204-5407  E.  [email protected]

TICKETS

General Admission ticket holders will have access to taste all wines and spirits from participating wineries and distillers from 5pm to 9pm.

All ticket holders can savor delectable bites and appetizers and will receive a themed tasting glass. Water stations will also be available.

If you cannot attend, please consider making a donation to the Rotary Clubs of Parker Foundations. These donations support vital charities in Parker and Douglas County, as well as select international projects alongside Rotary International.


All attendees must be 21 years or older.

TicketsPriceFeeQuantity

General Admission Ticket (499 remaining)

Admission 5:00 p.m. with unlimited wine and spirits tastings , event themed wine glass, free water, free food, . MUST be 21 years or older. Please drink responsibly!

$100.00$0.00

Designated Driver

No alcoholic tastings, free food, free water. MUST be 21 years or older. Please drive carefully!

$25.00$0.00
Total: $0.00

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