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Longmont Symphony scratches 'Messiah' performance, but ticket holders can still see a holiday show

Longmont Symphony scratches 'Messiah' performance, but ticket holders can still see a holiday show

People who purchased tickets for the “Messiah” performance and season ticket holders, however, will still have the chance to enjoy a concert on Sunday by pianist Spencer Myer and baritone Mario Diaz-Moresco from New York City.
Longmont Theatre Company's new seats offer fitting — and comfy — tribute to longtime volunteer

Longmont Theatre Company's new seats offer fitting — and comfy — tribute to longtime volunteer

When volunteer and member Tracy Cravens died in January, Longmont Theatre Company members could not think of a better way to honor her memory than to redo the seats. They immediately began a GoFundMe campaign and raised more than $50,000 for the project. 
LeftHand Artist Group calling community to help light the night

LeftHand Artist Group calling community to help light the night

On Saturday, the group will hold a live public art installation — a human luminaria or “humanaria” — that aims to add some glow to Main Street. It is inviting people to make their own oversized luminarias and gather to line and light Main from 5 to 6 p.m. 
Artfully mastering isolation: FRCC student show features works created in home studios

Artfully mastering isolation: FRCC student show features works created in home studios

“Front Range Community College Student Show: Produced in Isolation,” the fourth annual juried student show from Front Range’s Boulder County Campus in Longmont, is on display until Jan. 3 at the Firehouse Art Center. An opening reception will be Friday.
Getting crafty during COVID: Firehouse Art Center holding virtual ugly sweater-making party

Getting crafty during COVID: Firehouse Art Center holding virtual ugly sweater-making party

Elaine Waterman, executive director at Firehouse, will host a virtual ugly sweater class on the art center’s Facebook page on Thursday. Sweater-making kits also are available for purchase.
Three years in the making, Longmont musician Eppler releases 'Broke-Down Deluxe'

Three years in the making, Longmont musician Eppler releases 'Broke-Down Deluxe'

As 2020 draws to a close, Longmont resident Andy Eppler is celebrating the release of “Broke-Down Deluxe” to cap off a year that has radically changed the lives of professional musicians across the globe.
Longmont Museum's holiday show going virtual with Saturday Web-a-Thon

Longmont Museum's holiday show going virtual with Saturday Web-a-Thon

The annual fundraiser featuring live musical performances and interviews with local personalities will be streamed on Facebook and Longmont Public Media, and also can be viewed on Comcast channels 8/880.
Law enforcement officials to read personal stories of incarceration as part of JustUs Monologues project

Law enforcement officials to read personal stories of incarceration as part of JustUs Monologues project

Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty, Lafayette Police Operations Cmdr. David Self and Estes Park police Capt. Corey Pass will read the stories of people impacted by the racism and violence within the criminal justice system, said Torrie Eberhard, Motus Theater strategic communications and project manager.
Seven local artist want you to shop local this holiday season, with art sale popping up this weekend

Seven local artist want you to shop local this holiday season, with art sale popping up this weekend

What was originally scheduled to be an in-person holiday art pop-up to promote local artists at Tina Davis Studio in Longmont, was forced online because of rising COVID-19 cases.
Get some art, support the four-decades mission of the Longmont organization making quality senior care affordable

Get some art, support the four-decades mission of the Longmont organization making quality senior care affordable

All month long, the community is invited to virtually view and purchase art to help a local nonprofit provide continuing care for seniors.