- Mon - Thurs: 9 - 9
- Fri - Sat: 9 - 5
- Sun: 12 - 5
Currently located just west of the historic town center, Douglas County Libraries in Parker boasts a diverse collection with special emphasis on consumer health, home-schooling resources, local music, inspirational content and equestrian resources. In addition to full-service children’s and reference areas, public meeting spaces, and a public computing area, Parker is
Douglas County Libraries will break ground in 2015 for a two-story, 40,000 +/- square-foot replacement of the current Parker branch, just north of Parker Town Hall and the PACE Center. The new library will have a minimum of 150 parking spaces, and be adjacent to a park.EVENTS at Parker
In addition to 17 Storytimes each week, Parker offers Live Local Music, dedicated teen programs, a Special Library Experience for special-needs adults, and writing, animal and origami programs for kids.
Welcome to Fusion!
Fusion is a digital creativity space, located in Douglas County Libraries, Parker, where your ideas come alive.
Use it to:
- Convert your novel into a published ebook
- Record a stand-up comedy routine and upload it to You-Tube
- Produce a manga or anime video
- Create and edit a musical composition
- Make a short film or video
- Create animated gifs for Tumblr
- Digitize old home videos
- Record a video resume for your professional website
- Make a photo poster
- Create your own brand
- Convert VHS to DVD
People of all ages and skill levels can use our state-of-the-art software and equipment to create top quality products. Fusion is available to any customer with an active library card. Reservations are available in three-hour blocks. Contact our staff to reserve the whole lab, one or more computers, or a specific piece of equipment.
Fusion Media Lab Hours
Monday-Thursday, 9:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Friday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, 12:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
One-on-One Training available by appointment.
David Chandler. Landscape Photography
Colorado is in David’s blood. His grandmother and great grandmother were born on the George Tallman homestead in Parker which is still standing just east of the Quail Creek Estates subdivision on East Main street. While growing up in Kansas, David visited Colorado with a camera and now calls Parker home.
David uses a professional DSLR, a Canon 5D Mark II/III and multiple lenses to produce his incredible photographs. He prints his pieces on a variety of mediums as well. For more, visit www.ColoradoPhoto.gallery
David's exhibit runs through Sunday June 4th.