Summer Programs for Adults
Register online through RecTrac, the City of Longmont's class registration software. See Registration information and Policies for more information. You can also register for any program by calling 303-651-8374 or in person at the Museum.
Hiking Colorful Boulder County
June 7, 6:30 pm, free
Join us for a lecture and slide show highlighting dozens of scenic trails and byways of Boulder County. Late spring, summer, and autumn photos will inspire you to discover the beautiful prairie, hill country, and high mountain areas that define the topography of our region. Learn something of the area’s history, flora, and fauna, while picking out your new favorite hikes. Presented by Philip Ferranti, author of Colorado State Parks: A Recreation Guide to Colorado.
Historic Longmont Walking Tours
Take a walking tour of Historic Longmont with Preservation Planner, Karen Bryant.
May 23, 10 am, $5 (394100.02)
May 24, 5:30 pm, $5 (394100.03)
Explore how the agricultural boom, the coming of the railroad, and other factors shaped commercial and retail economy in downtown Longmont. Hear stories about the Dickens Opera House and JC Penney’s first store and learn about Mid-Century Modernism, the National Trust, the State Historic Fund, and the Downtown Creative District. Meet at the Longmont Public Library entrance on Kimbark Street.
May 30, 10 am, $5 (394102.01)
Tour Longmont’s first residential neighborhood built in the late 1800s and early 1900s and see the beautiful architecture from the era. Hear stories of some of the pioneers of Longmont and their contributions to the City. Learn about historic preservation efforts in Longmont and adaptive re-use of historic buildings. Meet at Collyer Park at the corner of 6th Avenue and Collyer Street.
May 31, 5:30 pm, $5 (394101.01)
This beautiful neighborhood, built during a period of prosperity in Longmont’s agricultural industry in the early 1900s, includes the first free library and the oldest school still in use in Boulder County. Hear about the stories these buildings tell and learn about what historic designation means for property owners. Meet at Thompson Park at the corner of 4th Avenue and Bross Street.
Preregistration is strongly encouraged if there is a registration code.
Register online, by phone or in person, or mail completed registration form to the Museum. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Register early, classes fill quickly!
Questions? Call 303-651-8374
Cancellation must be made at least two weeks prior to the session start date for a full refund. Cancellations made one week prior to class start date are subject to a 50% cancellation fee, cancellations made less than 1 week prior to start date are subject to a 75% cancellation fee. In the event the Museum cancels a class, registration fees are refunded in full.