Join us at Abbott & Wallace Distilling from 8 to 10 p.m. on Jan. 20 for laughs to raise money for the Boulder County Wildfire Fund. It's a great way to start 2022 with local comedy, cocktails, and a way to help out our friends and neighbors. Proceeds from ticket sales – $10 per person – will be donated to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund. The showcase will feature Mitch Jones, a stand-up comedian, podcaster, aspiring voice actor, and avid pop culture enthusiast; Haley Raven, a comedic ruffian in a lane all her own; Linus Leas, who provides a unique take on the world, dating, and just trying your best and Catherine Shea, who tells it like it is for women over 50, and the people who love them.
Kate Johnson will share the basic science behind cheese making as she covers key ingredients, basic equipment, how to choose and source the best milks, and more. She’ll even walk you through the steps to make your own homemade artisan ricotta and you’ll discover that there’s as much art involved in making artisan cheeses as there is science! This free intro online course is great for all beginners to kick off your home cheesemaking journey. Click here to register for free!
Quarters Bar and Arcade "$5 All You Can Play" games for Quarters Club Members happens every Thursday! Come into Quarters from open to close and, for members, it’s all you can play. If you are not a Quarters Club Member, you can purchase a membership that day for $60 per year.
Departing from Longmont this 30 minute flight is perfect for those who would like to sightsee the Front Range from the air. During this half hour flight you will get to experience Carter Lake, the Big Thompson River canyon, Estes Park and views of Rocky Mountain National Park. Use promo code "VLC10" to get 10% off when you book online at flyrugged.com.
Join us at St. Vrain Cidery every second Friday of the month from 6 to 8:30 p.m. for Cider and Ceramics. There will be some painting and fun! The cost is $25 or $40 depending on the item you select to paint! Items include steins, growlers, seasonal items, kid items, dishware, etc. First pour included in the cost! Happy Hour just got colorful! Kids are welcome! Pieces will be brought back to their Boulder store to be fired and set. You can then either pick up the pieces at their Boulder store or at the taproom!
Join us at Training for Warriors Longmont to learn more about taking care of your shoulders and hips with Physical Therapist Will Trujillo.Whether you are caring for an injury or want to take proactive measures to stay strong and prevent injury, join us for an evening of education and demonstration with an experienced PT!
Firehouse Art Center’s “Long Range” opens on Jan. 14, celebrating the art of four local artists. Artist members at the Firehouse are an integral part of our community: supporting events as volunteers, contributing to exhibitions, participating in pop ups, and attending social artist gatherings, critiques and workshops. The Firehouse Art Center is committed to sharing thought provoking contemporary art with Boulder County, and we are proud to celebrate four artists exploring media and meaning in our own backyard. The Firehouse is honored to have Jane Burke as our juror for the show. The exhibit’s title “Long Range” is Burke’s nod to Longmont and the Front Range, but also a comment on the ongoing commitment of these artists and the long-range goals of their practice. “Long Range” will be on exhibit from Jan. 14 through March 6, with the opening reception to be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Jan. 14. Dwayne Wolff, one of Firehouse’s resident artists, will be playing music at the event, with beverages provided by Left Hand Brewing Company.
Teen Artists take on the Fashion industry in an exhibition focused on the environmental impact of fast fashion. Studio Project, facilitated by BMoCA and the Firehouse Art Center, helps teens find their creative voice in order to make positive change in their communities. It is an education program that provides purposeful opportunities for high school youth to create dialogue about art, art making, and social issues as they affect young people. The students work with a different professional artist and local nonprofit each semester. This fall, they learned relief printmaking under the mentorship of Boulder artist Theresa Haberkorn, who guided them as they created art for this show. Each participant designed and created a relief cut plate that they then printed on an item of clothing they already owned but no longer wore. “Stripping the System” is a culmination of their work. The Jan. 14 exhibit opening from 6 to 9 a.m. at the Firehouse Art Center will include a teen led clothing swap, as well as a clothing mending station.
Come join the Longmont Elks Lodge for a gun show on January 15, 2022. We have tons of guns, ammo, knives, and jewelry. Cash bar and food for sale.
A Practical Theatrical presents a Matrix of Murder! Join us at Outworld Brewing starting at 6 p.m. on Jan. 15 for an evening where the audience helps investigate and solve the crime. Dinner is included with the show, and the audience is encouraged to dress for the occasion. Outworld will be holding a costume contest and there will be a prize for the best costume!
Discover the secret world where voles and other critters hide beneath the snowpack in this interactive program from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Jan. 15 and enjoy getting outside in the winter. This event is for children ages 5-10 with an accompanying adult. The event will take place near Boulder. Location provided when registering. Registration required here.
What's better than lounging around all day Sunday in your pajamas? Onsies and cider! At St. Vrain Cidery, we will celebrate with you every Sunday through the end of February. Pop into the taproom on Sunday in your onsie and get $1 a pour or $4 off a flight.
Join Liliana and Katie, licensed Zumba instructors, for a high energy dance fitness class in the Elks ballroom every Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. Livestream is also available.
Credit has a huge impact on our financial well-being yet many of us are confused on how credit works. This workshop offered by Workforce Boulder County unravels the mysteries of credit. Learn how credit impacts us as consumers and how to make choices that support building your credit. Discuss Vantage and FICO credit scoring models in easy-to-understand terms. Identify how to access and interpret your credit report from a trustworthy source. Discover how to dispute inaccurate information on your credit report. Learn how to monitor your credit to ensure your finances and identify stay safe. Leave this workshop with a deepened sense of knowledge and empowerment on credit. This virtual class will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 18.
Every Tuesday, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. is Open Chess Night at the Longmont Public Library! We will have some tables set aside on the 2nd floor for playing with chess sets available. However, you may bring your own set. This event is open to all ages, but those 16 and younger must have an adult with them at all times. Evenings will be informal and there will be no instruction on how to play (we do have books on the subject)!
The Speakeasy Open Mic Night in Longmont is *the* place to take the stage in Longmont. Every Tuesday night, sign-up starts at 7 p.m. and the first performer starts at 8 p.m. Singers, instrumentalists, comedians, poets, hip-hop, and more... all are welcome! Come see the premiere acts in the area, from brand new artists to seasoned performers.
It is recommended that you have a clear career direction before taking this class from Workforce Boulder County. Learn what the current trends are in resume writing and how to tailor your resume to the position to get your resume noticed in this workshop from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 19. To sign up for a workshop, go to www.connectingcolorado.com, create an account, and click on Workshops. A link to the workshop will be sent to you a day or two before the workshop with instructions on how to join the virtual meeting.
Learn to recognize birds of prey in the winter skies by identifying common field marks. At this event from 6 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 19 at Lafayette Public Library, you will also learn about the habitat requirements, behavior, and ecology of these magnificent birds.
Queer & Nerdy Game Night is a fun way for Longmont and BoCo LGBTQQA+ adults to make new friends and nerd out on some games! At Prideful Wellness Self Car Center, we enjoy cooperative to semi-cooperative board games like Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle and Mysterium, as well as silly and competitive games such as Exploding Kittens and Unstable Unicorns, or simple games with dice and playing cards. Whatever we play, the goal is to have fun and make new friends within our community.