The CASC is made up of nine board members and four officers. The members offer a diversity of business backgrounds with years of experience and community involvement as well as an interest in the Arts, Science and preserving Culture.
This group formerly known as The Parker Arts Council have an established history of over 10 years of service in the local community.
The Arts – they will focus on bringing some of the finest musical member performances to enhance the greater Parker area including Wine Walks, Community Stage at Parker Days and other community events as well as musical concerts.
The Sciences – They are also branching further out to the sciences by supporting programs in local front range areas that feature activity for youth who want to enrich their minds. They are always looking to build the science program support to be one of the leading programs in the state.
The Culture – Within every community, there needs to be culture and cultural awareness. CASC has two major fundraising programs each year to bring just that to our communities. The Oktoberfest and Mardi Gras are celebrated each year to bring out the flavor of true cultural heritage.
2016 CASC Board Members
- Jeff Fox – President
- Susan Quarles – V. President
- Sarah Quarles – Secretary
- Kae Schissler – Treasurer
- Thomas Leary
- Paul Holden
- Becky Holden
About CASC –
A non-profit organization started in 2004, in Parker Colorado. Dedicated for a number of years to the entertainment of arts and culture, they now focus on cultural events while supporting groups that bring value to communities. CASC hosts the Parker Oktoberfest and Black Eyed Bingo, supports the Mile High Rodeo Royalty as well as provide musical entertainment for Parker Wine Walks, Parker Days Community Stage and the Creative Districts Random Acts of Art program.
Volunteer at CASC
Your energy and enthusiasm is always appreciated!
The CASC is always looking for volunteers and your youth can get credit hours towards Douglas County graduation requirements.
It takes a lot to run an organization. CASC volunteers are what make it happen and they are looking for your help.
CASC could not plan or execute events without the help of wonderful volunteers like you. If you are interested in a particular event, want to do some service for the greater community, or are just interested in the programs we offer, we need your assistance.
Colorado Council of Arts, Science and Culture is looking for volunteers in all areas and also with the following skills:
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