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Longmont families find creative ways to share joy

Longmont families find creative ways to share joy

These families are using art to connect.
Video: Longs Peak Chorus sings holiday favorites

Video: Longs Peak Chorus sings holiday favorites

Check out the video of seasonal favorites sung barbershop-style under the direction of Ron Black. 
Bringing holiday cheer through music

Bringing holiday cheer through music

This will be Longmont Chorale's first virtual concert.
Centennial State Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ goes virtual

Centennial State Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ goes virtual

Continuing a longtime local tradition.
Interactive video series to discuss a post-pandemic Longmont launching in early 2021

Interactive video series to discuss a post-pandemic Longmont launching in early 2021

A new season of Longmont Voices and Vision is to premiere Jan. 13, 2021.
Getting ugly in the name of art: Firehouse Art Center holding virtual sweater fashion show and fundraiser

Getting ugly in the name of art: Firehouse Art Center holding virtual sweater fashion show and fundraiser

People have until 5 p.m. Wednesday to enter their holiday sweaters into the fashion show. They can submit photos of sweaters created during the Firehouse's do-it-yourself class or enter photos of ugly holiday sweaters they already have for themselves, their kids and their pets.
Longmont Museum re-opening to public today

Longmont Museum re-opening to public today

The Museum can again host visitors after the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment last week amended a public health order to allow museums to operate at 25% of occupancy limit, not to exceed 25 people.
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.