The Longmont Museum Announces Fall 2022 Season

The Longmont Museum

Historical walking tours, Art & Sip, films, concerts, lectures, children’s programs, etc.

The Longmont Museum has officially announced its fall season with the release of the Fall 2022 Catalog and Programming Bulletin. The Museum will host dozens of programs for children and adults through early December as part of this season.

Highlights of the season include:

  • Longmont Historic Walking Tours
    September 6-20; $10
    Explore historic downtown Longmont and historic 3rd Avenue with these walking tours hosted by history curator Erik Mason.
  • Thursday evenings at the Museum
    September 8 – December 8
    6 p.m.: Galleries, bar & lounge
    6:30 p.m.: Art & Sip class
    7 p.m.: Films, concerts and conferences
    Spend your Thursday evenings at the Longmont Museum for Art & Sip adult classes and exhibits, plus movies, live music and conversation in the intimate Stewart Auditorium. Wine, beer and concessions are available for purchase.
  • Friday Afternoon Concert Series
    September 9, October 14, November 11 and December 9 at 2:30 p.m.
    $12 general admission, $10 students/seniors, $8 members
    Enjoy an afternoon of live music in the Museum’s Stewart Auditorium with an eclectic array of musical acts from up and down the Front Range.
  • The Longmont Museum presents
    The Longmont Museum presents a variety of concerts, shows, and other programs in conjunction with other leading organizations in the area. This season features the Frequent Flyers aerial dance, Centennial State Ballet, a series of Native American documentary films, and more.
  • Children’s programs
    Children’s programs include arts, music and movement Discovery Days for ages 2-6, the free weekly creative group TNT (Thursday Night Teens) and Fall Break Camps.
  • Día de los Muertos and other holiday programs
    The Longmont Museum hosts the oldest Day of the Dead exhibit and celebration in Colorado and attracts more than 6,000 people each year. Other seasonal events include the annual holiday pageant, Santa’s story time, and ornament-making for the big kids.

The museum is also hosting the family exhibit “Tipi to Tiny House: Hands-on Homebuilding” through January 8, 2023. Visitors explore, experience, and build different types of homes from Colorado’s past and present in the museum’s gallery, including a teepee, shepherd’s cart, log cabin, little house and even a box of pillows.

Learn more, buy tickets or sign up for programs at longmontmuseum.org or by calling 303-651-8374.

The Longmont Museum is a northern Colorado cultural center where people of all ages explore history, discover art and discover new ideas through dynamic programs, exhibits and events. Regional history, internationally renowned artists, and hands-on learning are all part of the mix of exhibits at the Longmont Museum. Permanent exhibits document the 14,000 years of human history at Longmont and the people who helped create this community. Special exhibitions in the museum’s Main Gallery, Portal Gallery, and Swan Atrium change several times a year. Learn more about longmontmuseum.org or visit us at 400 Quail Road in Longmont.

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