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This Week in Longmont - January 25, 2019

Post Date:01/25/2019 10:11 AM
Serve Your Community on a City Board
The Longmont City Council is recruiting to fill vacancies on several advisory boards and commissions. Applicants must have lived in and been a registered voter of Longmont for at least one year prior to serving. To learn more about the vacancies and any special requirements, visit bit.ly/longmontapp. The application deadline is 5 pm on Thursday, January 31. For more information, call 303-651-8649.

If We Can’t Reach You, We Can’t Alert You
Police and Fire can’t provide reverse 911 emergency notification on your mobile devices without your permission. This means that you need to sign up for emergency alerts at bit.ly/LongmontReverseNotification. Those with landline telephones receive emergency notifications automatically.

How to Talk to Children About Race and Racism
The Longmont Public Library’s Diversity Storytime from 10:30 to 11:30 am on Saturday, January 26, aims to help parents tackle the subjects of race and racism in an age-appropriate, honest, and sensitive way. Longmont’s Showing Up for Racial Justice group will help facilitate an activity and conversation after the storytime. This storytime will be held at 409 4th Avenue and is best for ages 5 and older, but everyone is welcome. No registration required.

Summer Camp Registration Opens February 1
Make memories with Longmont Recreation & Golf Services! Registration for the Longmont Summer Day Camp and Tween LOCO Camp begins Friday, February 1. Operating out of the Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Avenue, campers ages 5 (must have completed kindergarten) through 13 enjoy swimming twice a week, local field trips, and weekly themed activities. Visit LongmontColorado.gov/SummerDayCamp for details and registration forms, or call 303-651-8404. 

Shred Your Private Documents for Free
Take boxed or bagged papers to be shredded to the Waste Diversion Center at 140 Martin Street between 9 am and 2 pm on Saturday, February 2. This is for residential documents only; no business documents accepted. Please also take ID and a copy of your most recent Longmont utility bill. For more information, call 303-651-8416 or visit LongmontColorado.gov/WasteServices.

Winter Walkabout Music Showcase
Head downtown for a day and night of what Longmont does best: diverse local music, delicious food, craft libations, and good times. From 2 to 9 pm on Saturday, February 2, Downtown Longmont will be transformed into a music lover’s dream, hosting more than 30 local artists and bands throughout the Creative District. Ticket purchase includes access to every performance as well as a host of great deals on food and drink at participating venues. More information and tickets are available at DowntownLongmont.com.

Artists Sought for Art on the Move
Submissions are being accepted for Art on the Move, which exhibits up to 12 art installations around Longmont for one year. In addition to existing pedestal locations, there are opportunities for kinetic, projection, light, fiber, wood, functional, and even temporary artwork that lasts up to 10 weeks. The submission deadline is Monday, February 11. For more information about Art on the Move and Longmont’s Art in Public Places Program, visit LongmontColorado.gov/AIPP

Be Sure Your Address Can Be Found
In an emergency, Police, Fire and Ambulance services can have a hard time finding your property if it isn’t clearly marked. Address numbers are easier to see if they contrast with the background and are a minimum of four inches high. Make sure that your address numbers are in a location to be legible and clearly visible from the street fronting your property. 

Registration Software Update
Thank you for your patience as we complete upgrading and fine-tuning the registration and reservation software used by Recreation, Senior Services, the Museum, and the Firing Range. Check out our new look for online activity registration and facility reservations at LongmontColorado.gov/rec.
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