Kids camps and classes at the Longmont Museum are filled with adventure and fun!
Register online through RecTrac, the City of Longmont's class registration software. See the Registration Information and Policies below for more information.
Fall Break Camps
Thinking Games with Grey Havens
Tuesday, November 26, 9 am–4 pm, ages 10–13; $75 (494118.00)
This fun camp features multi-media art, epic storytelling, a crazy scavenger hunt, and more to get kids thinking critically and creatively. Hosted by the creators of our ever-popular summer Hogwarts camp!
Might Mini Science Stars
Tuesday, November 26, 9 am–4 pm, ages 7–9; $75 (494119.00)
Have fun while building and learning! Campers will create flashlights, catapults, a Newton Car, light sabers, and more. Projects in this camp emphasize STEM skills and can be easily and affordably recreated at home!
Thanks to generous support from the Dodge Family Foundation, we have full-ride, need-based scholarships available for these Fall Break Camps! Email Leigh for more information and to apply.
Winter Holiday Programs
Big Kid Ornament Making
Wednesday, December 4 (SVVSD Late Start Day), 9 - 10:30 am or 3:30–5 pm, ages 5–12 with an adult; $6 (194446)
Create Christmas and winter holiday decorations with the young people in your life! We’ll be crafting, painting, and creating keepsakes that will delight for years to come.
The Holiday Show!
Saturday, December 7 matinee, Santa Reception 2 pm, Concert 3 pm
Saturday, December 7 evening, Concert only 7 pm
$20 general admission, $15 students/seniors, $12 members
The Longmont Museum’s holiday tradition continues after last year’s sold out events! Join us for songs of the season and holiday cheer from some of the finest musicians and performers in the region, including the Longmont All Star Jazz Band, the Rocky Mountain Ringers, and more. A special Santa reception with cookies and hot cocoa will precede the matinee performance. Cash bar. Buy tickets online
Santa Story Time & Brunch
Friday, December 20, 9 am or 11 am; $12 (194447)
Celebrate the holidays at a story time and brunch with Santa. We will be serving yummy food and holiday cheer as Santa entertains your whole family with stories. Make sure to bring your holiday wish lists and camera for this special event designed for children accompanied by an adult. This event sells out; get your tickets in advance.
Saturday, January 4, 6–9 pm
$40 adults, $20 students, free for children 3 and under—only 100 tickets available
Get access an hour early with the VIP Tickets! $80 adults, $40 students—only 50 tickets available
Dance and feast with us at our all-ages Harry Potter-themed Yule Ball! Renowned witches and wizards from all over the
world will be on hand for lessons in the magical arts! All ages are welcome. Broom parking available. Dress robes encouraged but not required. Presented in partnership with Grey Havens.
Pre-Yule Ball Dance Lesson
Saturday, January 4, 5:30–6 pm, $5 (194451.00)
Do you want to participate in the opening dance at the Yule Ball? Register for a waltzing lesson right before the ball begins so you are prepared!
Preregistration is highly recommended if a registration code is given. Programs sell out.
Register online, by phone at 303-651-8374, or in person at Museum. Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
To provide the best experience for everyone, all children must meet the age requirement at the start of the camp or class date. No exceptions.
If a child cannot attend a camp or class, cancellation must be made at least two weeks prior to the session start date for a full refund. Cancellations made one week prior to camp or class start date are subject to a 50% cancellation fee, cancellations made less than 1 week prior to camp start date are subject to a 75% cancellation fee. In the event the Museum cancels a camp or class, registration fees are refunded in full.