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Welcome to Longmont's Calendar of Events!

The events listed on this calendar are City of Longmont sponsored events. This is not a comprehensive list of all activities happening around the community. Dates and times of these events are subject to change without notice.

Holiday Closures

Trash, Recycling, & Composting - Holidays & Events

Other Community Events

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Many More Tomorrows - A Festival of Mental Wellness (with Supporting Action for Mental Health)

50+ events & activities in September!

For adults,teens and children. Explore the many ways to improve and promote mental wellness through Music, Art, Physical Activities, Nutrition, Mindfulness, Growth Mindset, Philosophical Inquiry, Relationships, Thinking Skills and More!

Week 1: Music Makes Mental Wellness - Compose Mental Wellness with Music
Week 2: Art Makes Mental Wellness - Create Mental Wellness - Do Art!
Week 3: Physical Activity Makes Mental Wellness - Active Bodies Make Healthy Minds
Week 4: Nutrition Makes Mental Wellness - What You Eat Becomes How You Feel and Think

Join Rob Krar, Endurance Athlete in Conversations and running events September 19 and 21.

View upcoming Classes and Training Opportunities
View upcoming Events and Concert

Many More Tomorrows Supporting Action for Mental Health

September is International Suicide Prevention Month. To support our community, Supporting Action for Mental Health has organized a month-long series of events and discussions about creating mental wellness. The activities aim to help residents recognize the tools they already have and fill up their toolbox with new tools to address a mental health challenge for themselves, a loved one or the community as a whole. For more information, visit

Interested in registering for Mental Health First Aid classes offered by SAM? Please visit our Supporting Action for Mental Health (SAM) webpage to learn more.
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