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Software Migration Impacts Jan 14-17: see inside cover
Fitness Schedule/Event Calendar Pull Out
INSIDE Facility Rental Information

A Message Our Manager
Welcome to Longmont Recreation & Golf Services! Thank you for picking up this brochure.
As we turn the corner into a New Year, it is a good time to reflect on what we are doing and what we
could do better as we move forward. Would you like to become more physically active? How about
book some sessions with a personal trainer, learn to ice-skate, explore the trail improvements along the
St Vrain, or check out your neighborhood park? People of all ages benefit from physical activity with
improved mood, physical conditioning and overall health. We invite you to come do something with us!
We are excited to be moving to a new software program in mid-January to better serve you by putting
you in the driver’s seat for more online self-service. Our system–which affects Recreation Services, Senior
Services, Museum, and the Firing Range–will be down for approximately 4 days while we move over and
clean up data before going live with our new look: no new reservations or reservations will be accepted
January 14-17. Our facilities and programs will operate regular hours during that time even though
drop-in use may be limited to cash or check sales only. Visit for the most
current information about the software migration.
Take a moment to review the amazing recreation opportunities presented in this brochure. You will find
information on parks, facilities, special events, and recreation programs. I hope that combination of
these programs and amenities motivates you to pursue your own personal physical, mental and social
well-being. Check out what we have to offer and find the program, trail or park that is right for you.
See you out there!

Jeff Friesner, Recreation Manager

Quick Reference Guide
3 Easy Ways Connect with Recreation IMPORTANT
Questions? Registrations? Reservations? INFORMATION
• Full payment is due at
ONLINE registration. • $5 minimum service charge
• Home Page: assessed for cancellations.
• Program Registrations: Cancellations requested with
• Park Shelter Reservations: Register less than 7 days notice are
subject to no refund or loss of
for classe a percentage of fees paid.

Dec 4,
s beginnin
IN PERSON g • Sorry, refunds cannot be given
in cash. A check will be issued
• Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
and mailed within 2 weeks.
• St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave
• Anticipated reopening early 2019: • $25 charge on all returned
Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St checks.
• A resident is defined as
living within the City limits of
Longmont and having utilities
See more phone numbers inside on page 2 in the City Info Section (trash service) provided by the
1. General Class Registrations: 303-651-8404 City of Longmont.
2. Aquatic/Swim Lesson Registrations: 303-774-4800
• Classes may be cancelled
3. Longmont Recreation Center Facility Questions: 303-774-4800 Note: No new or consolidated if minimum
4. Park Shelter Reservations: 303-651-8404 registrations or enrollment figures are not
reservations will be
5. Athletics/Sports League Registrations: 303-774-4800 taken Jan 14-17 as met 3 business days before a
6. Facility Reservation Information: 303-651-8404 we migrate to a new class starts. Participants will be
software system to contacted.
7. Birthday Parties: 303-651-8404 better serve you!

Winter/Spring 2019
Admittance Fees *Fees are effective Jan 2, 2019.
FACILITY FEES (All fees are subject to change. Resident is defined as within Longmont city limits.)

(per person) Resident Non-Resident A reduced rate for groups of 10 or more is available at the
Child 2-10 years $4.50 $5.50 Longmont Recreation Center, 303-774-4800 and Centennial
Youth 11-17 years $5.00 $5.75 Pool, 303-651-8406. The prescheduled group rate pricing at
Adult 18-54 years $5.75 $7.25 the Longmont Ice Pavilion, 303-774-4777, is a discount of $1
off the regular rate. A name, phone number and number of
Senior 55 and up $5.00 $5.75 people expected is required to pre-schedule at a facility. 24 hr
Drop-In Visit fees are good for all day, same day use, with receipt. notice required.
Resident Non-Resident
20 VISIT PASS* Child/Youth 2-17 yrs $4.25 $5.25
Valid at all facilities - Expires 5 years from date of purchase. Adult 18-54 years $5.25 $6.75
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil Senior 55 and up $4.25 $5.25
All ages $86.75 $108.00 $78.00
20 visit passes may be shared with friends and family. ICE RINK GENERAL ADMISSION
Please present card when checking in.
Resident Non-Resident
ANNUAL* Child 2-5 years $5.50 $6.75
Youth 6-17 years $6.00 $7.50
All facilities included. Expires 1 year from date of purchase
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil Adult 18-54 years $6.50 $8.00
Senior 55 and up $6.00 $7.50
Child 2-10 years $165.00 $206.00 na
Skate Rental $3.50
Youth 11-17 years $236.00 $295.00 na
Skate Sharpening - $6 radius-of-hollow; $10 flat-bottom v
Adult 18-54 years $414.00 $517.50 $313.00 10 & 20 skate rental passes available. See page 12.
Senior 55 and up $236.00 $295.00 $189.00 Note: annual and quarterly passes no longer include free skate rental.
Household $779.00 $973.00 $696.00
Couple $686.00 $857.50 $603.00 ICE RINK SKATING PASSES
Annual pass purchases include 2 free visits for individual passes, 4 for Valid mid-November through mid-March, dependent upon
couple passes, and 6 for household passes. Free visits expire after 1 year. weather. Resident Non-Resident

Child 2-5 years $49.50 $62.00
Youth 6-17 years $68.50 $85.50
Valid at all facilities. Expires after 3 months. Adult 18-54 years $119.00 $148.75
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil Senior 55 and up $68.50 $85.50
Child 2-10 years $47.50 $59.50 na Family $224.00 $280.00
Youth 11-17 years $68.00 $85.00 na Couple $197.50 $247.00
Adult 18-54 years $119.00 $149.00 $95.00 Ice Pass includes free Skate Rental
Senior 55 and up $68.00 $85.00 $54.50
Household $224.00 $280.00 $200.00

Couple $197.00 $246.50 $173.00

MONTHLY AUTO DEBIT PASS* 1 Facility Fees 13 Swim Lessons
Valid at all facilities. Monthly credit card charge or checking/
2 City Information 16 Aquatic Programs
savings account debit on the 10th of the month. Minimum
commitment 3+ months required. 6 Recreation Center 18 Athletics-Youth
Resident Non-Res Corp/Mil 7 St. Vrain Memorial 22 Athletics-Adult
Child 2-10 years $17.00 $21.50 na
Youth 11-17 years $24.00 $30.00 na 25 Fitness & Wellness
8 Sandstone Ranch
Adult 18-54 years $42.00 $52.50 $36.00 27 Calendar Pullout
Visitors & Learning
Senior 55 and up $24.00 $30.00 $21.00 Center 35 Therapeutic
Household $79.00 $98.75 $73.00
9 Callahan House 37 Preschool/Youth/Teen
Couple $70.00 $87.50 $64.00
Requires minimum commitment of three full month payments in addition to any 9 Golf 44 Outdoor
prorated month. Forms to cancel auto debit must be received by the 25th of the 10 Centennial Pool 46 Adult
month prior to stopping; no proration. Any overdraft fees responsibility of card-holder.
10 Lashley St. Station 53 Longmont Museum
*Extended Pass Benefits The benefits of Annual, 10 Union Reservoir 54 Senior Services
Quarterly, and Monthly autodebit passes: Admittance to all
indoor year round facilities. Admittance to seasonal outdoor facilities 11 Ice Pavilion 56 Firing Range
(Ice Pavilion, Sunset Pool, Kanemoto & Roosevelt Activity Pools).
Free towels at LRC and the St V rain Memorial Building. Follow us on Facebook!
Free Babysitting at LRC for Family Passholders.
†Household pass: The household rate is for 2 adults, their Para información sobre esta publicación en Español llame al 303-651-8601
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350 Kimbark | 303-776-6050

Hours of Operation:
Monday 8am-5pm | Tuesday 7:45am-6pm
Wednesday 8am-5pm | Thursday 7:45am-6pm
Friday 8am-5pm | Closed Saturday and Sunday
Holidays: December 25, January 1,
January 21, February 18 & May 27

There are a variety of ways to John Altenborg John Bishop Christopher Hill
contact city council members:
Fred Schulerud Dave W. Wergin Shannon Wheeler
• City council meetings, every Bill Yetzer Aren Rodriguez, City Council Liaison
Tuesday at 7 pm
• Coffee with Council, one Saturday MUSEUM ADVISORY BOARD
of every month Jan-Oct Eve Lacey (Chair) Kristina Carlson Rhea Moriarity
• Mail c/o City Clerk’s Office, Brandy Coons Dale Bernard Amber Shipco
350 Kimbark St. 80501 Brydon Cooke Kristyle Solomon Dale Gilbert
• Public events, including Cinco de Bonnie Finley, City Council Liaison
Mayo and Rhythm on the River
Sue Ahlberg Doug Golliher Cherese Montgomery
MAYOR Dan Ohlsen Robert Pudim Amy Saunders
Brian Bagley
Term expires 11/2019 Katja Stokley Tim Waters, City Council Liaison
Wilma Cocannouer Michelle Cregut Juana Mendoza
Ward I
Kathleen Norris Jack Belchinsky Sean O’Halloran
Tim Waters
Term expires 11/2019 Sara Beery Marcia Martin, City Council Liaison
Kristen Kinard Candis Schey Janet Pearson
Marcia Martin Amy Thornhill Karen Kruse Shirley Noreen
Term expires 11/2021 Anne Thompson Kathy Korpela, Staff Liaison
WARD III What is your passion? Preserving history? Programs for senior citizens? Longmont’s
Bonnie Finley beautiful parks and open spaces? Ensuring that community services are available to
Term expires 11/2019 everyone?
If you have a desire to serve your community and participate in the deliberation of
topics of importance to the city, consider serving on a volunteer advisory board.
AT-LARGE Applicants must be registered voters and residents of Longmont for at least one
Polly Christensen year prior to serving.
Term expires 11/2021 It’s easy to apply! Visit the City’s website at
720-606-3665 Questions? Call the City Clerk’s Office at 303-651-8649.
Joan Peck
Join Coffee with
Term expires 11/2019
Council in 2019
AT-LARGE The public is invited to
Aren Rodriguez Coffee with Council January
Term expires 11/2021 through October, at locations throughout Longmont. Find locations
303-774-3615 online at
Jan 26, Feb 23, Mar 30, Apr 27, May 18 | Saturday, 9-10am
For information about city council meetings and agendas, visit
2 Winter/Spring 2019 or call the City Clerk’s Office at 303-651-8649.
Ride Free Longmont provides unlimited trips on Longmont’s local buses at no charge to riders,
and it includes a transfer credit to RTD regional bus routes. No cards, passes or ID of any kind are
needed to ride the local routes. The program is paid for by the City of Longmont. | 303-299-6000 3 Your Community, Your Life!
Our daily activities have the potential to affect water quality if we don’t make good
choices. Pollutants can end up on driveways, sidewalks, streets and gutters where they
can be washed into a storm drain by rain, snowmelt, or water from sprinklers. Storm
drains carry these pollutants directly to our creeks and waterways without treatment,
which can harm aquatic life and affect downstream uses.

Properly Dispose of Waste Doo Good
Only rain and snow melt should Pet waste contains
go down the storm drain. bacteria and nutrients,
• Never wash anything down the storm which can pollute our
drain. Use dry clean up methods, such as an waterways.
absorbent like kitty litter, swept up with a • Carry poop bags.
broom and dust pan. • Put the bags in a trash
• Use the Local Resources to properly can. Never leave a bag
dispose of waste such as household on the ground — there’s
hazardous waste, used motor oil, nobody designated to
yard waste, and medications. pick them up!
• Put your trash in a trash can. • At home, pick up pet waste
and put it in the trash.

Lawn and Garden Vehicle Local Resources
Well-kept gardens and yards beautify Maintenance
our neighborhoods, but improper Waste Diversion Center
Well maintained vehicles
maintenance can pollute our waterways. and proper maintenance
• Hand pull weeds. procedures can protect our 140 Martin St. Longmont, CO 80501
• Sweep grass clippings back onto your waterways. 303-772-7300 or 303-651-8416
yard after mowing. • Fix leaks! Those drips
• Mulch mowing is an effective way to on the pavement will Boulder County Hazardous Materials
fertilize your lawn. be washed into the Management Facility
• Apply fertilizer and weed control nearest creek the next
sparingly and in accordance with the time it rains.
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wastes water and chemicals you may and clean them up using dry
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• Sign up for curbside composting or take dispose of the material.
Never hose down any spills.
leaves to the Waste Diversion Center.

By following these tips, you are helping USE DRY CLEAN-UP Pharmaceutical Take Back Events
create a more sustainable Longmont. METHODS!
Learn more at

Car Washing • Wash your car at a commercial car wash.
• If you choose to wash your car at
While it isn’t illegal to wash your car in
home, wash it on the lawn so that
your driveway, it isn’t a good practice.
water can be absorbed by grass.
Commercial car washes dispose of or
treat the water properly, and in many • If you’re planning a car wash
cases, they recycle it. fundraiser, ask a local car wash if
you can use one of their wash bays.

STORMWATER To learn more about stormwater quality visit


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General Information 303-776-6050
Animal Control 303-651-8500
Building Inspection 303-651-8332
CDBG / Affordable Housing 303-651-8736

Centennial Pool 303-651-8406
Children, Youth and Families 303-651-8580
City Clerk’s Office 303-651-8649 Home Page:
City Manager / Mayor 303-651-8601
Code Enforcement 303-651-8695
Community & Neighborhood Resources 303-651-8444 Link2Longmont:
Economic Development 303-651-8330
Electric Power Interruption 303-776-0011 Twitter:
Facility Rental Hotline 303-651-8443
Fire Administration 303-651-8437 City Line:
Forestry 303-651-8416
Hearing Impaired TTD# 800-659-3656 Facebook:
Longmont Museum & Stewart Auditorium 303-651-8374
Longmont PD/BCSO Firing Range & Training Center 303-774-4587 YouTube:
or 303-774-4589
Longmont Power & Communications (electric and NextLight) 303-651-8386 Flickr:
Longmont Public Library 303-651-8470
Longmont Recreation 303-651-8404
Municipal Court 303-651-8688
Parking Enforcement 303-651-8658
or 303-774-4724
Parks, Open Space & Trails 303-651-8416
Police Administration 303-651-8555
Public Works Engineering 303-651-8304
Senior Center 303-651-8411
Streets & Traffic 303-651-8416
Sunset Pool (Seasonal) 303-651-8300
Sunset Golf Course 303-651-8466
Trash/Recycling/Composting 303-651-8416
Twin Peaks Golf Course 303-651-8401
Union Reservoir 303-772-1265
Ute Creek Golf Course 303-774-4342
Utility Billing 303-651-8664
Water/Sewer/Storm Drainage 303-651-8416

Thanks to Blake Hendricks
Local Service Providers for this beautiful photo taken
The City of Longmont Recreation staff strives to provide a broad spectrum of downtown and featured in our
recreation and leisure opportunities for a wide range of ages, interests and abilities. Report to the Community. Have
a Longmont photo you’d like
However, we also acknowledge that not every recreational interest is addressed in our
to share? Send it to rigo.leal@
program line up. With this in mind, we would encourage you to contact one or more of
the other local providers that provide quality programs in the Longmont community.
A list of local service providers is available online at on the athletics page.
Every effort is made to provide accurate information. If you are a local service provider and
would like to have your information included on the list, please send your information to

Divisions and departments across the City rely on the support of volunteers for
a variety of projects and programs. Winter and Spring months are filled with
programs and events large and small. From volunteer youth basketball coaches,
to assisting with the 2nd grade field trips at Sandstone Ranch Visitors & Learning
Center, to helping out at the Underwater Easter Egg, we depend on YOU to help
create a fantastic community in which to live!
If you are interested in contributing to our Longmont community and making
Longmont the best it can be, visit our volunteer pages online at longmontcolorado.
gov/community/volunteer-opportunities. Your Community, Your Life! 5
310 Quail Road | 303-774-4800
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri 5:00am-10:00pm | Sat & Sun 7:00am-6:00pm
Holiday Hours: Dec 24 & 31: 5am-3pm
Closed Dec 25 & Jan 1
Apr 21 (Easter): 12pm-4pm

Pool hours A one-stop recreation facility offering:
Lap Pool/Hot Tub: Running track (11 1/2 laps = 1 mile) Classroom/Party room
Mon-Fri 5:00am - 9:30pm
Sat/Sun 7:00am - 5:30pm Weight room with free weights and Lap Pool (6 lanes, 25 yards)
selectorized machines
Leisure Pool: Leisure Pool with waterslides, lazy
Mon-Fri* 9:00am-9:30pm Cardio equipment and aerobics room river, and interactive play features
Sat 9:00am - 5:30pm Multi-court gymnasium Babysitting services
Sun 11:00am - 5:30pm
Climbing wall Wifi Steam and dry sauna, spa
Slides Open 11am-9:30pm M/W/F;
11am-4pm & 7-9:30pm T/Th;
11am-5:30pm Sat/Sun Only authorized City of Longmont Recreation staff are permitted to train, coach or
consult others in City facilities. If interested in using City facilities for this purpose,
*No slides/water features on during swim lessons and some
fitness classes. Current pool schedules are posted online. please get details at the front desk.

Babysitting Information No School Fun Days at the LRC
Parent/guardian must be in the facility. Enjoy a day of activities including swimming, gym time,
Ages: 6 mo - 7 yrs. climbing wall, and crafts. Bring snacks, a lunch, swimsuit and
Mon-Fri 8:15am-1:15pm towel and gym shoes. Babysitting provided before program
Mon-Thurs 4:00pm-8:00pm starts if needed for additional fee.
Friday 4:00pm-7:00pm 7-12 yrs: 9am-4pm
Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm
Jan 2 Wed; Jan 3 Thurs; Jan 4 Fri; Jan 21 Mon; 116229
Sunday 8:30am-1:00pm
Hours subject to change.
Feb 15 Fri; Feb 18 Mon; 116229
Apr 29 Mon 216229
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Rates: $3/hr Min 1 hour, Max 2 hrs Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
$60 for 20 hour passcard. Included w/
Family Annual, Quarterly and Monthly
Passes. Poolside Party Space Birthday
Climbing Wall
Enjoy a reserved, dedicated deck space under the
slides by the leisure pool for your birthday party Party
Mon–Fri 4:30pm–8:00pm needs. Have your cake and eat it too by the pool! Packages
Sat/Sun 10:00am–4:00pm Room for up to 16 people. Admission not included. available!
School Out Hours 12:00-8:00pm Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd see insert
Participants must sign a waiver. Parents must be Fee: $80 for up to two hours
present for youth under 8 years old. Closed toed
shoes and dry body and hair are required.
Find Your Fit with Us!
Skate Park Make 2019 your year and take charge of your fitness and health. Find your baseline
(Behind the Recreation Center) with a Fitness Assessment and Body Composition Measurement – see page
Hours: Daily - Sunrise to Sunset 27. Sign up for the Introduction to Training Package for a special price package
(Weather Permitting) of three one-hour sessions with a personal trainer. As a bonus, 2018 pricing is
Rules: Please be respectful of the honored through January 1! Join our New Years Zumba® party and purchase a pass
park, other users, and the neighbors. or training package at the 2018 rates while you are there.
Skate at your own risk.
Zumba® Party
Jan 1, Tue, 1-2:30pm at the Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd. Come
JOIN the Party! Doors open at 12:40pm.
Voted Fee: $5, no passes accepted during this special fitness event.
Longmont's No general use of facility available.
Best Workout
Place in 2018!

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700 Longs Peak Ave | 303-651-8404
Building/Weight Room Hours
Monday-Friday ......... 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday ................... 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Hours: Dec 24 & 31: 6am-3pm
Closed Dec 25, Jan 1 & May 27
HVAC maintenance affects Fitness Classes during
February. See for details.

Towel Service available: Free for Recreation in the heart of the Longmont:
extended pass holders, $1 all others.
Weight room with free weights, selectorized machines, and cardio equipment
Feature court gymnasium New! TRX classes
Aerobics/Wellness room
Classroom/Party and Conference room
Season access to Longmont Ice Pavilion & Roosevelt Activity Pool
Adjacent to Roosevelt Park walking loop
Towel Service available; free for extended pass holders, $1 all others

A quieter, more intimate setting for your workout, to take a class, or to learn a
new skill. Much of the same equipment as a large workout gym with none of
the pretention or crowd. Offering a wide variety of fitness and general variety
classes for little tykes to active older adults. Friendly and professional staff
and great patrons make it a comfortable community atmosphere.
Clean, quality amenities make it worth returning again and again.

Open Gym Basketball*
For individuals 18 years and older New! Drop-In Table Tennis
Tue & Thurs .............. 11:30am-2:30pm Engage with the Olympic sport
*Other drop-in times available; please of table tennis. Free instructional
call for more information. No babysitting clinics on select Mondays teaches
service available. rules, technique, and strategy in a
group setting; all experience levels
welcome. The Clinic instructor
is David Vollmar, one of the top
players in the state of Colorado.
He has played for more than 40
years and has learned coaching
Birthday from the best of the best, Richard

Party McAfee, member of the USA Table
Tennis Hall of Fame. Bring your
Packages own paddle.
No play on 12/25 & 12/31.
see insert Open Play: Mondays, 7-10pm
8 & up: 1st Monday of each month - Youth Clinic 7-8pm
16 & up: 3rd Monday of each month - Adult Clinic 7-8pm
Fee: Regular facility admission fees. Passes are accepted.

Memorial Building Rental Fees Itty Bitty City
For Rental Availability Call 303-651-8404 Snow or Shine, our toys are divine! Kids ages 6 months to 5 years have lots of
Gymnasium Rental: $60/hr room to run and play in the gym! Parents must supervise their children. Please,
After Hours Supervisor: $20/hr no older children. No fee for babies less than 6 months old.
Table and Chairs are additional.
Ages: 6 months to 5 years with a parent
Rental deposit may be required.
Dates: Jan 11-May 17, Fridays, 9-11am
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building
Fee: $3 per child; 10 visit pass $24 Your Community, Your Life! 7
3001 Sandstone Drive | Longmont, CO 80504 | 303-651-8404

Visitors Center Hours:
Tuesdays 9am to noon, May 21 through Aug 27
Saturdays 10am-2pm, 2nd & 4th Saturdays, May 11 through Oct 26
No pets allowed at the center or on trails due to wildlife.
Photo credit: Julie Perry Nelson

Visitors Center
Discover a treasure of nature & history, just outside your door.
The Visitor Center includes hands-on displays on environmental features of the area,
as well as history of the Coffin family who homesteaded the site, and other early
Longmont history. There is no admission fee to the Visitor Center. A nature trail from
the Visitor Center takes you past several historical buildings, near the sandstone
bluffs, and includes a scenic overlook.

The following workshops and programs have limited seating. Pre-registration for
each person attending is encouraged either online at
or by calling 303-651-8404 a week in advance. Suggested donations, $2 per child
and $4 per adult collected at the event, unless otherwise noted.

Amazing Astronomy History Tours
Come for an informative beginning Come for a 90 min guided walking tour
astronomy lecture indoors then, weather inside and (weather permitting) outside
permitting, head outdoors to view the the Historical Coffin Family Home. Learn
night skies. Presented by the Longmont about Morse Coffin and what life was like
Our Volunteers Make Sandstone Astronomical Society. All ages welcome. in the 1800s, about his wife and children,
Ranch a Huge Success. Dress for the weather. about the major renovation to the house
Consider joining our volunteer team! Feb 9, Sat, 6:30-8:30pm 106401.02 in the 1900s, and about all that Sandstone
Contact Ranch offers our community now. All ages
All About Owls
Do you know Whooo lives near Sandstone Mar 23, Sat, 10:30am or 12:30pm
& where you might find them? Learn what 206403
makes owls different from other birds and
Sandstone Ranch Group Tours raptors, from their feathers & eyes to their The Bees Needs
Nature, explore, and more! talons and digestion. Weather permitting Did you know Colorado is home to over
Classes, organizations, families.... we will head outdoors onto the trail after 950 species of bees? Learn more about
Call 303-774-4694 to schedule. the lecture to show signs of owls here at some of the more common bees as well as
1Hr: $3/person 2Hr: $4/person Sandstone. (No live owls at lecture.) how to attract and feed the bees in your
Mar 9, Sat, 10:30-12pm or 12:30-2pm backyard. Beth Conrey is co-founder of
How to Get to 206103 People and Pollinators Action Network and
Sandstone owner of Bee Squared Apiaries and tends
Ranch Visitors the hives here at the Ranch.
Center Volunteer Opportunities Social
Do you like nature, Longmont history, Apr 27, Sat, 10:30am-12pm 206406
Sandstone Ranch
Visitors Center is wildlife, people, crafting with kids, or just
located just east being out at Sandstone Ranch? Yes to any Beginning Bird Watching
of Longmont on of these? Then we would like to invite Come learn the basics about bird
Highway 119. you to join us for fruit & bagels while we watching from how to use binoculars more
The turn-off for talk about volunteer opportunities here at efficiently, tips on identifying birds, to
the District Park Sandstone Ranch. **If you cannot make it the most common ones you might find at
and Visitors Center is one mile east of the but would like to talk about volunteering, Sandstone. Start indoors and end with a
Intersection of Highway 119 and Weld contact Robin at 303-774-4692 walk around part of our loop trail. Dress
County Road 1. Drive south on Sandstone Mar 23, Sat, 8:30-10am 206703.03 for the weather. Bring binoculars if you
Drive (next to the football and soccer have them. This workshop is best suited
fields) and follow the directional signs for adults and children 10 and up.
Rent the
to the Visitors Center/ Trailhead parking May 11, Sat, 10:30am-12pm 306205.A
lot. Follow the walking trail down to the Sandstone Ranch
Visitors Center. Handicapped parking is Visitors & Learning Center
available in front of the Visitors Center Whether you are looking to book a
business retreat, a holiday potluck,
a memorial of life or an outdoor wedding,
come see what Sandstone Ranch has to offer!
8 Winter/Spring 2019 Call 303-651-8443 to talk to our rental specialist.
312 Terry Street | 303-776-5191
Historic Victorian Home and
Garden setting suitable for a wide
array of personal and professional
events and gatherings.
The Callahan House offers an
individualized event experience
customized with the historic house and
garden features in mind. Your event is
one-of-a-kind and we treat it like our
very own. Contact House Manager
Kathy Korpela today for
more information!
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Senior Days
Each City golf course offers a special day just for Seniors!
Rates include green fee and golf car rental.
Mondays at Twin Peaks 18 holes $26; 9 holes $16
Tuesdays at Sunset 18 holes $18; 9 holes $12
Wednesdays at Ute Creek 18 holes $32; 9 holes $19

Associations, Leagues and Tournaments!
All courses have very active Men’s and Women’s Golf
Associations and golf leagues that are always looking
for members including Sunset which hosts a 55+ golf
association. Join today at your course of choice. For more
information call course for details.

Golf Instruction Please check with the course for
more information on lessons and instruction. Your Community, Your Life! 9
1201 Alpine Street | 303-651-8406
Centennial Pool is closed for repairs due to a flooded pump room in August 2018.
Completion is projected for early 2019. Visit the Centennial Pool webpage for the
most up to date information and program offerings.
Outdoor Pool Afterhours Rentals
Reservations will begin January 21, 2019 for Sunset Pool, Kanemoto Activity Pool, and
Roosevelt Activity Pool. Please call 303-774-3510 to plan your summer party!

1200 Lashley St.
This remodeled 1974 Fire Station is now
open and hosting programs offered by
Senior Services. Thank you to the Friends of
the Longmont Senior Center for contributing
towards this renovation.
Several exercise classes are offered
through Recreation Services, including 3
SilverSneakers® classes & other programs.
For a complete schedule of SilverSneakers®
programs at Lashley St Station, visit and select the
Fitness and Wellness link on the left or pick up
a fitness schedule at the Longmont Recreation
Center or the St Vrain Memorial Building.
See back cover for rental opportunities.

0461 Weld County Rd 26 | Longmont, CO 80504
Union Reservoir is a 736-acre body of water offering
the best in wakeless boating and a variety of other
outdoor activities. For more information:

Park Hours Did you know??? Boating Activities: Union Reservoir is wakeless.
Daily from Sunrise to Sunset Admission fees are available Boating is available March 1, water level
Note: Hours subject to change online at permitting. All trailered boats must be inspected
Season Passes may be purchased before launching.
Union Reservoir is open beginning March 1 and are
during the winter but is Fishing: Wiper, trout, catfish, perch, walleye, and
available at the entrance station
limited to walk in access only. crappie are abundant. Ice Fishing is not permitted.
at Union Reservoir.
The walk-in fee per person Dog Off Leash Area: Specific area set aside for
applies. off-leash land and water activities

10 Winter/Spring 2019

725 8th Ave | 303-774-4777
Located within Roosevelt Park,
this outdoor Ice Rink is open
November through March.

to change. Please refer to
Session Designations:
Nov 26-Dec 23 | Jan 7-March 13
Adult: 18 & over for up-to-date schedule information.
Teen: 13-17 Mon 11:30am-1:30pm & 3pm-5pm
Youth: 12 & under, no parents allowed Tue 3pm-5pm
Holiday Schedule
Child: 8 & under, parents allowed Dec 24- Jan 6 | Winter Break
Wed 11:30am-1:30pm & 3pm-5pm
Open: All ages Mon 10:15am-4pm
Thurs 3pm-5:30pm
Fri 12:30pm-6:15 pm Tue Closed Dec 25 & Jan 1
Nov 26-Dec 23 | Jan 7-March 13
Fri Dec 7 12:30pm-7:30pm Wed 10:15am-6pm
Tues 11:30am-1:30pm Open
Sat** 1pm-6:30pm & 6:30-9pm** Thurs 10:15am-6pm
Wed 7:30pm-9pm Teen
Sun 1:30pm-6pm Fri 10:15am-6pm
Thurs 11:30am-1:30pm Open Sat 1pm-9pm
7:50pm-9pm Adult **Subject to cancellation for private rentals
twice a months. Call or check webiste for details Sun 1:30pm-6pm
Fri 10:45am-12:15pm Open
7:45pm-9pm Adult
Sat 8am-9am Child Birthday $120 - Includes admission, 2 tents and skates for 12 guests
9am-10am Youth for up to two hours during open skate times. Additional
10:15am-11:30am Adult Party guests pay ice group rate admission and skate rental fees.
Holiday Schedule Packages Guests may stay for open skate after party.
Dec 24- Jan 6

Mon 8am-9am Child Private Rentals Support

Private rental availability is very limited,
please contact the Longmont Ice Did you know that the Longmont Ice
Tues 8am-10am Teen Pavilion is a community funded facility
7:30pm-9pm Adult Pavilion to inquire about times.
$165/hour up to 30 people recouping much of the operating costs
Closed Dec 25 & Jan 1 through admission revenue? In lieu of
$220/hour 31-50 people
Wed 8am-9am Child $300/hour 50-100; call for 100+ raising admittance fees or general pass
9am-10am Youth pricing for quarterly and annual pass
7:30pm-9pm Adult Saturday Ice Rentals holders, skate rentals are now available
Thurs 8am-10am Teen Take advantage of Saturday ice rental in convenient discount packages for
7:30pm-9pm Adult times to secure private ice time. Great individuals who use the Ice Pavilion.
for birthdays, broomball parties, hockey Skate rental passes can be purchased
Fri 8am-9am Child games/practices, and company holiday online or at any recreation facility.
9am-10am Youth celebrations. For noon rentals, guests
7:30pm-9pm Teen may stay for open skate afterwards at no
Sat 8am-9am Child additional fee. Ice Rink Skating Passes
9am-10am Youth Dec 1-Mar 9, Saturdays, 11:45-12:45pm (additional options)
10:15am-11:30am Adult Jan 12-Feb 23, 2nd & 4th Sat, 7-9pm 10 skate rental pass $30.00
Sun 10am-11:30am Adult Fee: see private rental rates above
20 skate rental pass $40.00
11:45am-1:15pm Teen Tent Rentals are available during Open 20 visits w/skate rental $122.50/$143.00
Skate Hours, minimum 2 hour rental. Available for purchase online at
Fee: $10 per tent per hour Your Community, Your Life! 11
Learn-to-Skate Classes - Youth
Longmont Skating School Hockey
Note New Level Criteria: Program
To advance to the next All coaches
level, skaters must pass or certified by
demonstrate the skills from the USA Hockey.
previous level. Longmont’s
Session 2: Jan 10- Feb 7 (5 classes) USA Hockey Youth Ice Hockey Program is an affordable in-
Session 3: Feb 4- Mar 7 (4 classes) house program focusing on developing both individual and
5 Classes 4 Classes team play skills for both new and returning players. On-going
½ Hour Class Fee: $60 res/$75 nr $48 res/$60 nr registration accepted throughout season; proration available.
¾ Hour Class Fee: $86 res/$106 nr $68 res/$85 nr Registration includes two practices and one game per week,
jersey, and rental hockey skates if needed. Game times subject
AGES 4-6 to change.
Snow Plow Sam 1 Sit and stand up with skates on. All participants in the Longmont Ice Pavilion Youth Hockey Program
Thursday, 6:00-6:30pm Code: 155211 must register with USA hockey ($) and provide their registration
receipt to ice pavilion staff prior to being allowed to participate
Snow Plow Sam 2 March followed by a long glide in the program. USA hockey registration can be done on-line at:
Thursday, 6-6:30pm Code: 155212
Snow Plow Sam 3 Forward skating. Forward one-foot glide. Children with limited skating experience must enroll in a
Thursday, 6-6:30pm Code: 155213 concurrent Learn-to-Skate class.
Snow Plow Sam 4 Forward skating; Backward two-foot glide. Dates: Nov 12, 2018 to Mar 10, 2019
Thursday, 6-6:30pm Code: 155214 Age determined by birth year.
2012-2014 Mini-Mites Code 155541
AGES 7-13 Practice: Tues and Wed at 5:30 pm
Basic Skills 1 Sit to stand. March forward across ice. Game/Fee: Sun 8:45am $290 res/$363 non-res
Thursday, 6:35-7:05pm Code: 155311
2010-2011 Mites Code: 155542
Basic Skills 2 Forward one-foot glides. Backward two-foot glide. Practice: Tues and Wed at 5:30 pm
Thursday, 6:35-7:05pm Code: 155312 Game/Fee: Sun 8:45am $290 res/$363 non-res
Basic Skills 3 Beginning forward stroking backward glides. 2008-2009 Squirts Code: 155543
Thursday, 6:35-7:05pm Code: 155313
Practice: Mon at 5:30pm and Tues at 6:15pm
Basic Skills 4 Thursday, 7:05-7:35pm Code: 155314 Game/Fee: Sun 9:45am $315res/$394 non-res
Basic Skills 5 Thursday, 7:05-7:35pm Code: 155314 2006-2007 Peewees Code: 155544
Basic Skills 6 Thursday, 7:05-7:35pm Code: 155314 Practice: Mon at 6:45pm and Wed at 6:15pm
Game/Fee: Sun 11am $315res/$394 non-res
AGES 14 YEARS THROUGH ADULT 2000-2005 Bantams/Midgets Code: 155545
Adult 1 Thursday, 7:05-7:50pm Code: 155411 Practice: Mon at 8pm & Fri at 6:30pm
Falling and recovery on ice. Forward two-foot glide. Game/Fee: Sun 12:15pm $340 res/$425 non-res
Location: Longmont Ice Pavilion, 725 8th Ave
Adult 2 Thursday, 7:05-7:50pm Code: 155412
Forward skating across the width of the ice. Backward skating.
Adult 3 Thursday, 7:05-7:50pm Code: 155413
Adult Hockey Skills Class
Players age 18 & over are given instruction on all skill aspects
Adult 4-6 Thursday, 7:05-7:50pm Code: 155414 of the game. This is great opportunity to learn the game,
develop new skills, or improve on the ones you already have.
For a full description of learn-to-skate classes,
Class consists of 60 minutes of instruction followed by 30
minutes of controlled scrimmage so you can practice your
skills in a game environment. Full hockey gear required. Fee
includes a jersey.
BE AN 18 & up: Jan 8-Mar 12, Tue, 7:30-9pm 155612.B
ICE PAVILION SPONSOR Fee: $131 resident/ $164 non-resident
Donate funds to the Ice Pavilion and receive
acknowledgement for your tax purposes,
along with a few guest passes + skate Puck O' the Irish Adult Hockey Tournament
rental to share with your friends and family. March 14-17, 2019 Thursday Night-Sunday
Business and corporate sponsorships are
also available. Sponsorship level details are The Puck O' the Irish is back for 2019. The tournament is open
available online at to adults 21 and older. This year we will be offering three
ice-pavilion. Inquiries can be emailed to divisions: Novice (D), Intermediate (B/C) and Competitive (A). Get your team together and join us for a fun, fast paced
weekend of 4 on 4 hockey! Contact Jean Scott at 303-774-4777

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Our programs offer a variety of swim lesson options for everyone, from toddlers to adults. Each program offers a unique
curriculum which caters to different ages, skills, and comfort levels. Unsure of what class to choose? Arrange a FREE swim test.
Contact: 303-774-4890, 303-651-8408, or
Detailed class descriptions are available at under Swim Lesson Class Descriptions.

Parent/Child: BLAST! American Red Cross–
Aquababy & Aquatot Accelerated Swim Lessons Learn to Swim
6 months - 3 years: 30 minutes 5 years & up: 45 minutes 6 years & up: 30 minutes
Parents and child will be coached using
a variety of games and techniques to Beginning Blast– Stroke Introduction Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills
maximize water comfort and introduce Learn how to submerge face
swimming skills. Aquababy– 6-18 months
Aquatot– 18 months– 3 years for 10 seconds. on front & back.
Blast 1—Freestyle Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Pre-requisite– 15 yds continuous Pre-requisite– Independently glide
Water Explorers free-style, rolling over to rest as needed. on front 2 body lengths, roll to back,
2.5-3 years: 30 minutes Needs to be comfortable in water where
Pre-requisite– Comfortable being in student can’t touch the bottom of the position.
class environment without parent in the pool.
water. Level 3– Stroke Development
Blast 2—Backstroke Pre-requisite– Swim on front 5
Pre-requisite– 25 yds freestyle with
Preschool Program proper technique & consistent bilateral
15 seconds, roll to front, continue
swimming 5 more body lengths.
3-5 years old: 30 minutes
Level 4– Stroke Improvement
Turtle– Water Introduction
Pre-requisite– 50 yds freestyle with Pre-requisite– Jump into deep water,
Learn how to submerge face underwater
proper technique, 50 yds backstroke,
along with water exploration.
& 25 yds breaststroke kick. yds front crawl with bilateral breathing
Alligator– Floating & Roll-Overs to 15 yds elementary backstroke.

entire head, 3 times.
Individuals with Special Needs
Seal– Stroke Introduction Longmont Recreation & Golf Services welcomes and strives to accommodate
individuals of all physical and intellectual abilities in our learn-to-swim programs.
To request an accommodation, please call 303-651-8408. Two weeks advanced
for 10 seconds. notice is greatly appreciated.

Private Swim or Dive Lessons
Visit, search

form to receive the Private Swim Lesson
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics states children enrolled in
Fees are paid at time of lesson. formal swimming lessons have an 88% reduced risk of drowning.
Private Fee: Once someone learns how to swim they can participate in the following sports;
30 min: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident kayaking, surfing, rafting, sailing, snorkeling, and many more.
45 min: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Swimming is an excellent, low impact way to stay fit without wearing out your
Semi-Private Fee: knees or joints.
30 min: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
There is always risk associated with being in, on, and around the water. But, loss
45 min: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
of life from drowning CAN and SHOULD be prevented and we have the power to
(max. 3 students)
make that happen!

Desired class already full?
Teen & Adult Classes
Descriptions and class offerings on Swim Ask to be added onto the waitlist.
Lesson Charts If enough people sign up on the waitlist,
we can create a NEW class! Your Community, Your Life! 13

Tuesday & Thursday Morning
Time Ssn 1 Ssn2 Ssn 3 Ssn 4 Ssn 5
Date 1/8-1/31 2/5-2/28 3/5-3/21 4/2-4/25 4/30-5/16
Fee $38/$47.50 $38/$47.50 $28.50/$35.75 $38/$47.50 $28.50/$35.75
Water Explorers 9:00AM 110214.1A 110214.2A 110214.3A 210214.4A 210214.5A
Turtle 9:35 AM 110221.1A 110221.2A 110221.3A 210221.4A 210221.5A
Alligator 10:45 AM 110222.1A 110222.2A 110222.3A 210222.4A 210222.5A
Seal 10:10 AM 110223.1A 110223.2A 110223.3A 210223.4A 210223.5A
Aquababy & Aquatot Fees
Fee $19/$23.75 $19/$23.75 $14.25/$17.75 $19/$23.75 $14.25/$17.75
Aquababy - Tues 9:00AM 110211.1A 110211.2A 110211.3A 210211.4A 210211.5A
Aquatot - Thur 9:00AM 110212.1A 110212.2A 110212.3A 210212.4A 210212.5A
Small Classes - Tue/Thurs Morning
Time Ssn 1 Ssn2 Ssn 3 Ssn 4 Ssn 5
Date 1/8-1/31 2/5-2/28 3/5-3/21 4/2-4/25 4/30-5/16
Fee $80/$100 $80/$100 $60/$75 $80/$100 $60/$75
Turtle 10:10 AM 110221.S1 110221.S2 110221.S3 210221.S4 210221.S5
Alligator 9:35 AM 110222.S1 110222.S2 110222.S3 210222.S4 210222.S5
Seal 10:45 AM 110223.S1 110223.S2 110223.S3 210223.S4 210223.S5

Tuesday Afternoon Adult Swim Lessons
18 years & up: 45 minutes
Time Ssn 1 Ssn 2 Ssn 3 Adult 1: Learning the Basics
Date 1/8-2/5 2/12-3/19 4/2-5/14 Overcome the fear of the water
Fee $23.75/$29.75 $28.50/$35.75 $33.25/$41.50 and learn swimming basics.
Turtle 4:15 PM 110321.1A 110321.2A 210321.3A
Adult 2: Improving Skills
5:25 PM 110321.1B 110321.2B 210321.3B & Swimming Strokes
Alligator 4:15 PM 110322.1A 110322.2A 210322.3A Improve technique and endurance
4:50 PM 110322.1B 110322.2B 210322.3B in front crawl and elementary
backstroke. Breast-stroke and
Seal 4:50 PM 110323.1A 110323.2A 210323.3A
back crawl are introduced.
Level 1 4:50 PM 110331.1A 110331.2A 210331.3A
Level 2 4:15 PM 110332.1A 110332.2A 210332.3A Teen Swim Lessons
4:50 PM 110332.1B 110332.2B 210332.3B 11-17 years: 45 minutes
Level 3 4:15 PM 110333.1A 110333.2A 210333.3A Teen 1: Learning the Basics
4:50 PM 110333.1B 110333.2B 210333.3B
Learn floats and stroke
development. Class fosters
Level 4 4:15 PM 110334.1A 110334.2A 210334.3A a comfortable environment
Blast Fees for teens to learn beginner to
Fee $31.25/$39.25 $37.50/$47 $43.75/$54.75 intermediate swim techniques.
Beg Blast 5:25 PM 110340.1A 110340.2A 210340.3A Teen 2: Endurance & Stroke
Blast 1 5:25 PM 110341.1A 110341.2A 210341.3A Enhancement
Provides workouts, including
Blast 2 5:25 PM 110342.1A 110342.2A 210342.3A
technique based drills to enhance
Small Classes - Tue Afternoon strokes and improve proficiency in
water. Swim team prep, or fitness.
Time Ssn 1 Ssn 2 Ssn 3
Date 1/8-2/5 2/12-3/19 4/2-5/14
Fee $50/$62.50 $60/$75 $70/$87.50
Turtle 4:50 PM 110321.S1 110321.S2 210321.S3
Alligator 5:25 PM 110322.S1 110322.S2 210322.S3
Seal 5:25 PM 110323.S1 110323.S2 210323.S3
Small Class Blast Fees
Does your child learn better in smaller
Fee $60/$75 $72/$90 $84/$105 group environments? Our Small Class
Beg Blast 4:00 PM 110340.S1 110340.S2 210340.S3 Swim Lessons guarantee a maximum of
3 students per teacher. Use keyword
"smallclass" (no spaces) to view and
14 Winter/Spring 2019 register for small classes online!

Indoor Lessons Wednesday Afternoon
Sunday Morning**
Time Ssn 1 Ssn2 Ssn 3 Time Ssn 1 Ssn2 Ssn 3
Date 1/9-2/6 2/13-3/20 4/3-5/15 Date 1/6-2/10 2/17-3/31 4/7-5/19*
Fee $23.75/$29.75 $28.50/$35.75 $33.25/$41.50 Fee $28.50/$35.75 $33.25/$41.50 $28.50/$35.75
Turtle 12:35 PM 110421.1A 110421.2A 210421.3A
Aquababy 9:20 AM 110711.1A 110711.2A 210711.3A
Alligator 1:10 PM 110422.1A 110422.2A 210422.3A
Seal 12:00 PM 110423.1A 110423.2A 210423.3A Aquatot 9:55 AM 110712.1A 110712.2A 210712.3A

Small Classes - Wed Afternoon Water 8:45 AM 110714.1A 110714.2A 210714.3A
Time Ssn 1 Ssn 2 Ssn 3
10:30 AM 110714.1B 110714.2B 210714.3B
Date 1/9-2/6 2/13-3/20 4/3-5/15
Fee $50/$62.50 $60/$75 $70/$87.50 Turtle 8:45 AM 110721.1A 110721.2A 210721.3A
Turtle 12:00 PM 110421.S1 110421.S2 210421.S3 9:20 AM 110721.1B 110721.2B 210721.3B
Alligator 12:35 PM 110422.S1 110422.S2 210422.S3 9:55 AM 110721.1C 110721.2C 210721.3C
Seal 1:10 PM 110423.S1 110423.S2 210423.S3 10:30 AM 110721.1D 110721.2D 210721.3D
Alligator 8:45 AM 110722.1A 110722.2A 210722.3A
Thursday Afternoon 9:20 AM 110722.1B 110722.2B 210722.3B
9:55 AM 110722.1C 110722.2C 210722.3C
Time Ssn 1 Ssn2 Ssn 3
10:30 AM 110722.1D 110722.2D 210722.3D
Date 1/10-2/7 2/14-3/21 4/4-5/16
Fee $23.75/$29.75 $28.50/$35.75 $33.25/$41.50 Seal 8:45 AM 110723.1A 110723.2A 210723.3A
Water 9:20 AM 110723.1B 110723.2B 410723.3B
4:05 PM 110514.1A 110514.2A 210514.3A
Explorers 9:55 AM 110723.1C 110723.2C 210723.3C
Turtle 4:05 PM 110521.1A 110521.2A 210521.3A Level 1 10:30 AM 110731.1A 110731.2A 210731.3A
4:40 PM 110521.1B 110521.2B 210521.3B Level 2 9:20 AM 110732.1A 110732.2A 210732.3A
5:30 PM 110521.1C 110521.2C 210521.3C 9:55 AM 110732.1B 110732.2B 210732.3B
Alligator 4:05 PM 110522.1A 110522.2A 210522.3A Level 3 8:30 AM 110733.1A 110733.2A 210733.3A
4:40 PM 110522.1B 110522.2B 210522.3B 9:55 AM 110733.1B 110733.2B 210733.3B
5:15 PM 110522.1C 110522.2C 210522.3C Level 4 9:20 AM 110734.1A 110734.2A 210734.3A
Seal 4:05 PM 110523.1A 110523.2A 210523.3A 9:55 AM 110734.1B 110734.2B 210734.3B
5:15 PM 110523.1B 110523.2B 210523.3B Blast, Teen, & Adult Fees
Level 1 5:10 PM 110531.1A 110531.2A 210531.3A Fee $37.50/$47 $43.75/$54.75 $37.50/$47
Level 2 4:35 PM 110532.1A 110532.2A 210532.3A Beg Blast 8:30 AM 110740.1A 110740.2A 210740.3A
Level 3 4:00 PM 110533.1A 110533.2A 210533.3A 10:30 AM 110740.1B 110740.2B 210740.3B
Level 4 4:00 PM 110534.1A 110534.2A 210534.3A Blast 1 9:20 AM 110741.1A 110741.2A 210741.3A
Blast Fees 10:10 AM 110741.1B 110741.2B 210741.3B
Fee $31.25/$39.25 $37.50/$47 $43.75/$54.75 Blast 2 8:30 AM 110742.1A 110742.2A 210742.3A
Beg Blast 4:40 PM 110540.1A 110540.2A 210540.3A 10:30 AM 110742.1B 110742.2B 210742.3B
5:30 PM 110540.1B 110540.2B 210540.3B Blast 3 9:05 AM 110743.1A 110743.2A 210743.3A
Blast 1 4:40 PM 110541.1A 110541.2A 210541.3A Teen 1 8:30 AM 110751.1A 110751.2A 210751.3A
Blast 2 4:35 PM 110542.1A 110542.2A 210542.3A Adult 1 7:40 AM 110761.1A 110761.2A 210761.3A
Blast 3 5:25 PM 110543.1A 110543.2A 210543.3A Adult 2 7:40 AM 110762.1A 110762.2A 210762.3A

Swim lessons will again be offered at Centennial Pool upon its LRC Pool has Open Swim during swim lessons*: Swim lessons do
reopening, anticipated in 2019. not include open swim admittance fees. Pay drop-in admission
Once available, Centennial Swim Lesson offerings will be or use pass card prior to swim lessons. Proof of payment may
viewable online and at the front desk of Centennial Pool. be requested for swimming before/after lessons. Children 5 and
under MUST have an adult in the water with them.
**Sunday Morning lessons from 8:30-11am is “quiet” swim
lesson time with no open swim. The Leisure Pool opens at 11am
- see page 6 for more hour information. Lap swim available,
minimum 2 lanes. Your Community, Your Life! 15
Swim Stroke Clinic with Coach Geoff
Stroke Clinics are geared towards swimmers comfortable in
the water who are interested in specific technique, speed, and
endurance training. Focus is on breaking down each stroke to
maximize efficiency in the water and helping each swimmer
reach his or her potential. **Drop-In: $15
8-18 yrs: Tue 6:15-7:15pm & Thurs 5:30-6:30pm
Dates: Jan 8-31 126440.1
Feb 5-28 126440.2
Apr 2-25 226440.4
Fee: $94 resident/$118 non-resident
Dates: Mar 5-21 226440.3
Apr 30-May 16 226440.5
Fee: $70.50 resident/$88.50 non-resident
CARA SWIM TEAM Instructor: Geoff Hawksworth
A recreational swim team for youth ages 6-18 who are not USS Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
swimmers, with an emphasis placed on technique building,
endurance building and FUN! Optional swim meets.
Register for the age group child will be on the first day of
practice. Child competes in age group as of age January 1,
CARA Pre-Requisite - Ability to swim one length of the pool
freestyle with rotary breathing and backstroke without stopping
or using assistance. All participants are evaluated on the first
day of practice. *NO Practice: 3/26 & 3/28

Longmont Recreation Center CARA: The Piranhas
Practice: Mon & Wed, Jan 7-May 8*
Parent Meeting: January 16 @ 5pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Log Rolling
Meets: Feb 16 Thornton, Mar 17 Northglenn, Young or old, come and roll with us! We provide the logs, the
& Apr 13 Longmont pool, and a certified Key Log Rolling instructor ready to teach
6-10 yrs: 4:15-5pm 111112.1A you how to roll. Once you’ve mastered the basics, get ready
8-10 yrs: 5:05-5:50pm 111112.1B to challenge others in friendly log rolling competitions. Daily
Fee: $127.50 resident/$159.50 non-resident enrollment is accepted. *No class Mar 29 or Apr 26,
8 & up: Jan 11-Mar 1, Fri, 7-8pm 121411.1A
9-14 yrs: 4:15-5:15pm 111113.1A Mar 8-May 10*, Fri, 7-8pm 221411.1A
5:55-6:55pm 111113.1B Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $136 resident/$170 non-resident Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Drop In Fee: $6 resident/$7.50 non-resident
11-18 yrs: 5:20-6:35pm 111115.1A
Fee: $144.50 resident/$180.75 non-resident
CPR-AED & First Aid
This American Red Cross class covers CPR & AED for Adults,
Babysitter's Training Children and Infants and First Aid.
This course provides youth with the information and skills
12 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 8am-2pm 111223.1A
necessary to provide safe and responsible care for children
while babysitting. Participants will develop skills in 5 critical Feb 10, Sun, 8am-2pm 111223.1B
areas; leadership, safety and safe place, basic care, first aid, Mar 16, Sat, 8am-2pm 211223.1A
and professionalism. Apr 14, Sun, 8am-2pm 211223.1B
May 5, Sun, 8am-2pm 211223.1C
11-16 yrs: Jan 21, Mon, 8am-3pm 121231.1 Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Feb 15, Fri, 8am-3pm 121231.2 Fee: $95 resident/$118 non-resident
Mar 27, Wed, 8am-3pm 221231.1
Apr 29, Mon, 8am-3pm 221231.2 We will create CPR-AED, First Aid, Babysitter's
May 11, Sat, 8am-3pm 221231.3 Training and/or Wilderness & Remote First Aid to
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St your group of 6 or more. Please contact Luke to set
Fee: $70 resident/$87.50 non-resident up a date at

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Lifeguard Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Training
ARC Lifeguard Training Pre-Requisite: Must be 15 years old Pre-requisites: Able to swim all competitive strokes as well
before the last class; 300 yard continuous swim of 100 Front as the elementary backstroke and sidestroke. Learn the
Crawl, 100 Breaststroke, 100 Front Crawl or Breaststroke. techniques and skills necessary to become American Red Cross
Mandatory Pre-Test will be the first hour of the first class. All certified to teach swim lessons.
students will be evaluated on the Pre-Requisite. Contact Luke 16 & up: Tue, 3-5pm; Wed-Sun, 9am-6pm
for pending employee discount information: 303-774-4759 or ​Mar 26-30​ 221241 Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
15 & up: Jan 3-6, Thurs-Sun, 9am-5pm 121211.1A Fee: $35 fee paid to American Red Cross
Mar 23-26, Sat-Tue, 7am-3pm 221211.1A + $144 resident/$180 non-resident/
Apr 26-29, Fri 4-9:30pm/Sat $50 pending City of Longmont employee
& Sun 8-5pm/Mon 8-12pm 221211.2A
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Longmont Swim Instructor (LSI)
Fee: $45 future City of Longmont employees Become certified to teach swimming lessons for the City of
$190 resident/$237.50 non-resident Longmont! The LSI training will prepare you to teach City of
Longmont’s pre-school swim lessons (youth 3-5 years) and
Waterfront Lifeguard Training - Bridge BLAST-Accelerated Swim Lesson Program (youth 5-12). Pre-
Pre-Requisite: 550 yard continuous swim of 200 Front Crawl, Requisite: Ability to swim all 4 competitive strokes proficiently
200 Breaststroke, 150 Front Crawl/Breaststroke. Must have at least 15 yards by last class day
current American Red Cross Lifeguarding certification. 15 & up: Feb 17 & 24, Sun, 9am-5pm 121243.1
15 & up: Jan 6, Sun, 12-5pm 111211.1A Mar 25 & 26, Mon & Tue, 9a-5pm 221243.1
Mar 26, Tue, 10-3pm 211211.2A Apr 28 & May 5, Sun, 9am-5pm 221243.2
Apr 29, Mon, 1-6pm 211211.3A Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Fee: $26.25 resident/$32.75 non-resident
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Swim Instructor Aide
Pre-Requisite: 25 yards any combination of freestyle,
New! Lifeguard Instructor elementary backstroke, and/or backstroke. Love swimming
Upon successful completion of this class, you will be able to and working with youth? Being a Swim Aide is the best of
teach ARC Lifeguard classes. Pre-Requisites: Must be 17 before both worlds! After successful completion of class, year round
the last day of class, have current ARC Lifeguard certification, volunteer opportunities are available with City of Longmont
and be able to correctly demonstrate all lifeguard skills. swim lessons!
17 & up: Mar 28-31 Thurs-Sun, 9am-5pm 221218.1A 11-14 yrs: Jan 20, Sun, 2-6pm 121242.1A
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Mar 3, Sun, 2-6pm 221242.2A
Fee: $425
Apr 14, Sun, 2-6pm 221242.3A
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
New! Aqua Academy Fee: $22 resident/$27.50 non-resident
Join the Aqua Academy team and learn lifeguarding skills,
teaching techniques for swim lessons, CPR-AED and First Aid.
Participate in stroke workshops strengthening your knowledge
and skills to one day work with our team as a lifeguard and/or
swim instructor. Daily enrollment accepted. * No class 3/29
10-18 yrs: Jan 11–April 26*, Fri, 5:30-7pm 121225.1
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Session Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
Daily Fee: $5/$6.25 non-resident
Do you love summer?
Do you love working
with the public?
Aquatics is hiring temporary
positions for the summer.
Interviews begin as early as
Struggling to meet the February for lifeguards, swim
expectations to participate in the instructors, concessions workers,
Lifeguard class or the Water Safety Instructor and front desk staff. Apply on line.
class, but have a passion to work in aquatics?
Attend the Aqua Academy on Friday nights and build your skills.
See details above. Your Community, Your Life! 17
CARA Lacrosse League Fastpitch Softball
Develop a sense of team play where participation, skills, An organized team participation program affiliated with the
sportsmanship and FUN are emphasized. Teams practice IPGSA league for girls 6-18 years old. Develop a sense of team
2 hours per week. Games are played in Longmont or play where participation, FUN, skills and sportsmanship are
Metro Denver on Saturdays beginning Mar 23. Mandatory emphasized. Teams meet 2-3 times per week for games and/
equipment: stick, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, mouth or practices. Away games involve travel to surrounding cities.
piece, protective cup and NOCSAE approved helmet. Rib Register according to age as of Jan 1, 2019. Registration
pads are recommended. Equipment must conform to NFHS deadline is Mar 17. Practice begins Apr 1, games are played
rules. Registration deadline is March 10. This program is May 1 – Jun 30 (end-of-season tournament is Jul 13 & 14). This
dependent upon volunteer coaches. If you are able to program is dependent upon volunteer coaches. If you are able
volunteer, please call 303-651-8398. to volunteer, please call 303-651-8398.
Dates: Mar 11-May 4 212264 Dates: Apr 1-Jul 14
Ages: 6-8yrs; 8-10 yrs; 10-12 yrs; 12-14 yrs 8 & Under $70 res/$87.50 non-res 212210.00
Location: Sandstone Ranch Park Turf Fields, 3001 E Hwy 119 10 & Under $85 res/$106.25 non-res 212211.00
Fee: $74 resident/$92.50 non-resident 12 & Under $95 res/$118.75 non-res 212212.00
14 & Under $105 res/$131.25 non-res 212214.00
18 & Under $115 res/$143.75 non-res 212218.00

Youth Basketball Clinic Free! Denver Nuggets Skill Challenge
The City of Longmont Recreation Services and YMCA of Boulder Young basketball fans can to showcase their talents dribbling,
Valley are partnering to provide a preseason basketball clinic passing and shooting when the City of Longmont hosts a
featuring skills stations with experienced coaches teaching the Denver Nuggets Basketball Skills Challenge competition. The
fundamentals of basketball. competition is FREE and open to kids ages 6-13 as of Apr 30,
3rd-5th Grades: Jan 5, Saturday, 9-11am 112000.1 2019. Boys and girls compete in separate divisions. Top scorers
Location: Ed and Ruth Lehman YMCA, 950 Lashley in each age group advance to a sectional competition, with a
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident chance to compete at the state final in Denver.
6-13 yrs: Jan 5, Saturday, 1pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: FREE, registration begins at 12:30pm
Longmont’s youth basketball programs emphasize teamwork, sportsmanship, skill development, participation and FUN!
Each K-2 participant receives a t-shirt and a basketball. Participants in 3rd-12th grade all receive a Junior Nuggets reversible
jersey, 2 tickets to a Denver Nuggets game and their own basketball.

3rd-8th Grade Junior High School Basketball League
Nuggets Basketball For high schoolers who DO NOT play on a high school or club
Teams practice two hours per team. Time, day and location of practices depend on coach
week at local schools Monday- availability. Teams travel to surrounding towns to play games
Friday evenings. Games on Sundays from Jan 20-Mar 3. This program is dependent
are played on Saturdays in upon volunteer coaches. If you are able to volunteer, please
Longmont or surrounding call 303-651-8398.
towns. Registration deadline Dates: Jan 7-Mar 3, Sunday games begin Jan 20
is Sunday, Dec 16, practice 9th-12th Grades: High School Boys 112012.00
begins the week of Jan 7 and High School Girls 112011.00
games begin on Jan 19, 2019. Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Teams are formed by school
attended – requests are not Kindergarten Basketball
guaranteed. This program is A great environment for youngsters to learn about the game of
dependent upon volunteer basketball. Practice only, no games. *NO class 3/29.
coaches. If you are able to
volunteer, please call 303- Kindergarten: Fri, Mar 15-Apr 19* 4:15-5pm 212021.4
651-8398. Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $52 resident/$65 non-resident
3rd-8th Grades: Jan 7- Mar 2, Saturday games begin Jan 19
Boys Girls
Youth Basketball 1st & 2nd Grade
3rd Grade 112003.00 3rd Grade 112013.00 Grades 1st-2nd practice with games the last week.
4th Grade 112004.00 4th Grade 112014.00 *NO class during SVVSD Spring Break: 3/25-29.
5th Grade 112005.00 5th Grade 112015.00 1st & 2nd Grades:
6th Grade 112006.00 6th Grade 112016.00 Mar 11-Apr 18*, 4:15-5pm, Mon/Wed 212022.MW
7th Grade 112007.00 7th-8th Grade 112017.00 Mar 11-Apr 18*, 4:15-5pm, Tue/Thurs 212022.TR
8th Grade 112008.00 Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident Fee: $63 resident/$79 non-resident

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Preschool Sports Youth Fencing Lessons
Indoor clinics for Dedicated to terminology, footwork, games, simple attacks and
preschoolers that blocks, instruction is simple and each class is lively, building
focus on the basics. on the skills learned in the previous class. Beginners learn the
The Goal Sports fundamentals, skills and rules of this fast, fun and intense sport.
clinic includes soccer, The progressive class is for those who have taken the beginner
lacrosse and hockey. class. All fencing equipment provided. *NO class 3/27.
Please have your child
wear tennis shoes. Come in and enjoy a workout while the little 8-16 yrs: Wednesday
one burns some energy. Beginner: Jan 9-Feb 13, 6-6:45pm 112252.1
3-5 yrs: 10:30-11:15am Feb 20-Apr 3*, 6-6:45pm 112252.12
Basketball Tuesday Jan 8-29 112106.T Apr 10-May 15, 6-6:45pm 212252.B1
Tuesday Mar 5-26 212106.T Progressive: Jan 9-Feb 13, 6:45-7:30pm 112252.P1
Wednesday Feb 6-27 112106.W Feb 20-Apr 3*, 6:45-7:30pm 112252.P2
Thursday Jan 10-31 112106.R Apr 10-May 15, 6:45-7:30pm 212252.P1
Thursday Mar 7-28 212106.R Instructor: Denver Fencing Academy
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Goal Sports Tuesday Feb 5-26 112125.T Fee: $95 resident/$119 non-resident
Wednesday Jan 9-30 112125.W
Thursday Feb 7-28 112125.R Middle School Soccer
For 6th-8th grade students who attend participating schools.
Soccer Tuesday Apr 2-23 212121.T Practices start immediately after school 2-3 times per week
Wednesday Mar 6-27 212121.W and last 1-2 hours each day. Teams have one game per week,
Wednesday May 1-22 212121.W2 scheduled Mon-Fri. Practices are school specific and given
Thursday Apr 4-25 212121.R to participants by the coaches before the season begins. *No
practice or games during Spring Break, Mar 25-29. This program
T-ball Tuesday Apr 30-May21 212122.T is dependent upon coaches. If you are able to coach, please call
Wednesday Apr 3-24 212122.W 303-651-8398 -pay is $13.42/hr.
Thursday May 2-23 212122.R 6th-8th Grades: Mar 4 – May 3* 212725
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Fee: $55
Fee: $34 resident/$42.50 non-resident

Youth Volleyball Clinic CARA Volleyball League
The City of Longmont Recreation Services and YMCA of Boulder An organized team participation program for high school
Valley are partnering to provide a preseason volleyball clinic students who DO NOT play on a high school or club volleyball
featuring skills stations with experienced coaches teaching the team. Times, dates and location of practices depend on coach's
fundamentals of volleyball. availability. Teams travel to Denver Metro locations to play
3rd-6th Grades: Mar 16, Sat 9-11am 212298.36 games on Saturdays Mar 30-May 11. Registration deadline is
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Mar 17. This program is dependent upon coaches. If you are
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident able to coach, please call 303-651-8398 - pay is $13.42/hr.
Grades 9-12: Mar 18-May 11 212429.00
Youth Volleyball League Fee: $90 resident/$111 non-resident
Develop a sense of team play where participation, skills,
sportsmanship and FUN are emphasized; winning is secondary.
Coed teams practice two hours per week and play a six game
schedule in Longmont and/or Lafayette. Teams are formed by
school attended – requests are not guaranteed. Time, day(s) and
location of practice depends on coach availability. Registration
deadline is Mar 17. Practice begins the week of Apr 1. Games
begin Apr 13. This program is dependent upon volunteer
coaches. If you are able to volunteer, please call 303-651-8398.
Apr 1-May 18: Grades 3 & 4 212423.00
Grades 5 & 6 212425.00
Grades 7 & 8 212427.00
Fee: $63 resident/$79 non-resident Your Community, Your Life! 19
Skyhawks Sports provides a safe, non-competitive environment Fastpitch Softball Clinics
to teach life skills through sports. A variety of games Come learn the fundamentals and advanced skills and
and activities ensure that each camper walks away with a smile techniques of fast pitch softball or just knock the rust off from
on their face. T-shirt and awards included. the winter months before the season starts. Elite-X Softball
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd competitive coaches teach and provide each participant with an
individualized practice plan.
Mini-Hawks Camp
Baseball, basketball and soccer instruction through games and Instructor: Elite-X Softball
activities. Explore balance, hand/eye coordination and skill Location: Rodriguez Field, Clark Centennial Park, 1135 Alpine St
development at the camper’s pace.
4-7 yrs: Dec 26-28, Wed-Fri, 9am-12pm 112290.H
Softball SLAM
Learn proper skills in fielding, hitting, and base running.
Fee: $89 resident/$111.25 non-resident
8-14 yrs: Mar 25 & 27, M&W, 4-6pm 212294.00
4-7 yrs: Mar 25-29, Mon-Fri, 9am-12pm 212290.H
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
Fee: $129 resident/$161.25 non-resident

Super Sports Mix Camp FIREBALL Pitching/Catching Clinic
Pitchers learn mechanics, locating pitches, two pitches and
A FUN mix of sports related games that may include kickball,
warm-up routines. Catchers learn stance, footwork, framing,
ultimate, capture the flag, soccer, freeze tag, sharks and
blocking and throwdowns.
minnows and lots of other sport and non-sport games – no skill-
specific sports! 10-18 yrs: Mar 28, Thurs, 4-6pm 212294.PC
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
7-12 yrs: Dec 26-28, Wed-Fri, 1-4pm 112290.SS
Fee: $89 resident/$111.25 non-resident
“HIT LIKE A GIRL” Batting Clinic
Basketball Camp Swing hard and hit long! Hitting like a girl will never be the
same. Learn proper swing technique.
This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to
intermediate athletes. Active sessions of passing, shooting, 10-18 yrs: Apr 3, Wed, 4-6pm 212294.B
dribbling, and rebounding make this one of the most popular Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
programs. Register for all 3 clinics: 212294.A
7-12 yrs: Mar 25-29, Mon-Fri, 1-4pm 212290.B Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Fee: $129 resident/$161.25 non-resident
Spring Break Sports Camp
Join the Recreation staff for a week of playing outdoors. Play
Volleyball Camp multiple sports including floor hockey, basketball, t-ball, softball,
Join us for a power packed camp designed to be fun while soccer, volleyball, flag football, tennis and kickball. Come
teaching the fundamentals of the sport - serving, setting, hitting prepared for the weather and ready to play in tennis shoes.
and defense. For beginners and intermediate players. No Bring sunscreen, a water bottle and a snack. Sign up for one day
experience is necessary. We provide all equipment. Bring water or the whole week.
to drink and wear tennis shoes. 6-12 yrs: Mar 25, Mon, 9am-12pm 212293.M
6th-8th Grade: Jan 2-4, Wed-Fri, 9am-12pm 112296.MS Mar 26, Tues, 9am-12pm 212293.T
High School: Jan 2-4, Wed-Fri, 1-4pm 112296.HS Mar 27, Wed, 9am-12pm 212293.W
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Mar 28, Thurs, 9am-12pm 212293.R
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident
Mar 29, Fri, 9am-12pm 212293.F
Location: Clark Centennial Park, 1135 Alpine St
Daily Fee: $18 resident/$22.50 non-resident
No School Fun Days at the LRC Weekly Fee: $79 resident/$99 non-resident
Enjoy a day of activities including swimming, gym time, climbing
wall, and crafts. Bring snacks, a lunch, swimsuit and towel and
gym shoes. Babysitting provided before program starts if needed
for additional fee.
7-12 yrs: 9am-4pm
Jan 2 Wed; Jan 3 Thurs; Jan 4 Fri; Jan 21 Mon; 116229 See page 42 for other

Winter & Spring
Feb 15 Fri; Feb 18 Mon; 116229
Apr 29 Mon 216229
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident Break / No-school Camps
and Programs

20 Winter/Spring 2019
Basketball Winter Break Camp Archery Lessons
Teaching dribbling and shooting fundamentals, this camp is a Archery is an Olympic sport that teaches discipline and
great way to build confidence and ability. Camp includes 3v3 concentration. All equipment provided.
games and drills. All levels of play welcome.
8-12 yrs: Jan 2-3, 9am-12pm 112291.H A fun introduction to the sport of archery with a certified archery
Instructor: Jorsua Chambers, Legends Youth Athletics coach. Location: High Altitude Archery, 455 Weaver Park Rd #500
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident Child Lessons – Ages 6-9
Build confidence and skill while staying safe on the range.
Tuesday, 5:30-6:15pm Wednesday, 5:30-6:15pm
FENCING CAMPS Jan 8-29 112242.C1 Jan 9-30 112242.C2
Feb 5-26 112242.C3 Feb 6-27 112242.C4
Mar 5-26 212242.C1 Mar 6-27 212242.C2
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident
Youth Lessons – Ages 9-17
Focus on the foundational skills and topics critical to success –
covers range safety, equipment and the basic 4-step shot process.
Tuesday, 4:30-5:30pm Wednesday, 6:15-7:15pm
Jan 8-29 112242.Y1 Jan 9-30 112242.Y2
Feb 5-26 112242.Y4 Feb 6-27 112242.Y5
Mar 5-26 212242.Y1 Mar 6-27 212242.Y2
These focused and fun camps are offered by truly outstanding Saturday, 10:30-11:30am
coaches. Camps include all fencing equipment. Jan 12-Feb 2 112242.Y3
Instructor: Denver Fencing Academy
Feb 9-Mar 2 112242.Y6
Mar 9-30
Jedi Training Camp Fee:
$100 resident/$125 non-resident
Join the force - become a Jedi Knight! Learn how to use the
light sabers in theatrical fighting, participate in agility training Adult Lessons – Ages 16 & up
using various exercises and games, learn Jedi lore and discover A fun and thorough introduction to the sport of archery with a
how to plan a massive battle. certified archery coach. Focus on foundational skills and topics
8-18 yrs: Dec 26-28, 9am-12pm 112297.2 critical to success – covers range safety, equipment and the
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave basic 4-step shot process
Fee: $95 resident/$119 non-resident Thursday, 4:30-5:30pm Saturday, 6:15-7:15pm
Jan 10-31 112342.A1 Jan 12-Feb 2 112342.A2
8-18 yrs: March 25-29, 9am-12pm 212297.2
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Feb 7-28 112342.A3 Feb 9-Mar 2 112342.A4
Fee: $158 resident/$198 non-resident Mar 7-28 212342.A1 Mar 9-30 212342.Y2
Fee: $100 resident/$125 non-resident

Designed for all skill levels, this camp includes an introduction Learn archery from a Certified Master Instructor in an outdoor setting.
of fencing, footwork and blade work (parries and ripostes). Instructor: Tom Adjutant, Master Instructor
The program also provides for intermediate and progressive Location: St Vrain Archery Club, south of Hwy 119 on WCR 5
saber fencers. Fee: $53 resident/$66 non-resident
8-18 yrs: Dec 26-28, Wed-Fri, 1-4pm 112297.1 Youth Beginner Archery
Fee: $95 resident/$119 non-resident Learn shooting skills, safety, scoring, types of equipment and
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave terminology.
8-18 yrs: Mar 25-29, Mon-Fri, 1-4pm 212297.1 10-17 yrs: Apr 9-30, Tue, 4-5pm 212242.B1
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd May 7-28, Tue, 4-5pm 212242.B2
Fee: $158 resident/$198 non-resident
Youth Intermediate Archery
Register for both camps Learn multiple aiming techniques, how to avoid bad habits and
The full day camp combines the Fencing Camp and the Jedi the fundamentals of tournament archery. Instructor’s approval
Camp with supervision over lunch (bring lunch). required to enroll.
10-17 yrs: Apr 9-30, Tue, 5:15-6:15pm 212242.I1
8-18 yrs: Dec 26-28, Wed-Fri, 9am-4pm 112297.B
Fee: $158 resident/$198 non-resident May 7-28, Tue, 5:15-6:15pm 212242.I2
8-18 yrs: Mar 25-29, Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm 212297.B Adult Beginner Archery
Fee: $262 resident/$328 non-resident 18 & up: Apr 9-30, Tue, 6:30-7:30pm 212342.A
May 7-28, Tue, 6:30-7:30pm 212342.M Your Community, Your Life! 21
Youth/Teen Adult Pickleball Lessons
Pickleball Lessons A combination of badminton and tennis is played with a whiffle ball
A combination of on a short tennis court. It’s fun, social and easy to learn, making it
badminton and tennis one of the nation’s fastest growing sports. Come learn the basics
played with a whiffle ball of the sport while meeting new friends. Equipment provided.
on a short tennis court. Indoor Lessons:
It’s fun, social and easy
55 & up: Jan 8-29, Tue, 7-8am 112322.1
to learn, making it one
of the nation’s fastest Feb 5-26, Tue, 7-8am 112322.2
growing sports. Come Mar 5-26, Tue, 7-8am 212322.1
learn the basics of the Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
sport while meeting new
friends. Equipment provided. Outdoor Lessons:
10-15 yrs: Apr 9-30, Tue, 5:30-6:30pm 212222.04 16 & up: Apr 11-May 2, Thu, 5:30-6:30pm 212322.2
May 7-28, Tue, 5:30-6:30pm 212222.05 May 9-30, Thurs, 5:30-6:30pm 212322.3
Location: Hover Pickleball Courts, 1361 Charles Dr
Location: Hover Pickleball Courts, 1361 Charles Dr
Fee: $26 resident/$32.50 non-resident
Fees: $26 resident/$32.50 non-resident

The City of Longmont is excited to announce that Gonzo Tennis
is providing lessons to persons of all ages. Gonzo Tennis is
devoted to fostering the development of players from 4 years
of age and up and giving the opportunity to discover even
more about this international and life-long sport. For inclement
weather and cancelation information check
and look for weather update. *NO lesson 5/27
Spring Session: April 8 – May 31*
Location: Quail Tennis Courts, 310 Quail Rd

Youth Tennis Program - Ages 4-10
A developmental program that uses a variety of fun games to
develop motor skills, enjoyment of the game, and helping create
self confidence in a safe and friendly environment. Adult Tennis – Ages 16 & up
Adult clinics introduce the basic tennis strokes to beginners and
Class day options: Mon*, Tue, Wed, or Thurs improve skills for intermediate players. Appropriate games for
4-5 yrs: MINI Gonzos, 4-4:30pm 212600 different levels improve your stroke technique and consistency.
Fee: $44 resident/$55 non-resident Adult Beginner:
6-7 yrs: TINY Gonzos, 4:30-5:15pm 212601 Session 1 Session 2 212605
Fee: $66 resident/$82.50 non-resident Apr 9-30 May 7-28 Tue, 9-10:30am
8-10 yrs: MIGHTY Gonzos, 5:15-6:15pm 212602 Apr 10-May 1 May 8-29 Wed 5:30-7pm
Fee: $88 resident/$110 non-resident
Adult Intermediate:
Junior Tennis – Ages 11-15 Session 1
Apr 9-30
Session 2
May 7-28
Tue 10:30am-12pm
Divided into different levels determined by age and ability.
Apr 10-May 1 May 10-31 Fri 5:30-7pm
These game-based programs use specific exercises and fun
Fee: $66 resident/$82.50 non-resident
games to help students understand the aspects of tennis. Must
get approval from coaches to register for intermediate courses.
Beginner w/Gonzo:
Beginner: Mon* or Thurs, 5:30-6:30pm 212603 Session 1 Session 2 212605.G
Intermediate: Mon* or Thurs, 6:30-7:30pm 212613 Apr 12-May 3 May 10-31 Fri, 9-10:30am
Fee: $88 resident/$110 non-resident
Intermediate w/Gonzo:
Private Tennis Lessons Session 1 Session 2 212615.G
Sign up for youth and adult private lessons to get focused Apr 12-May 3 May 10-31 Fri, 10:30am-12pm
attention and improve your skills. To set up a private lesson Fee: $78 resident/$97.50 non-resident
email Gonzo at

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Adult Drop-in Basketball
Come play basketball with other adults. Admission fees apply.
18 & up: Mon-Fri beginning at 11:30am
Sun beginning at 8am
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
18 & up: Tue & Thurs, 11:30am-2:30pm
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave

Adult Drop-in Volleyball New! Drop-in Table Tennis
Come play volleyball with other adults. Admission fees apply. Longmont Recreation Services, in partnership with the
18 & up: Fri, 8am-12pm & 7-10pm Longmont Table Tennis Club, is excited to offer drop-in table
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd tennis for all. Bring your own table tennis bat (paddle) and
be ready for some fun competition. All levels of play are
Senior Drop-in Volleyball welcome. Admission fees apply. *No play on 12/24 & 12/31.
All levels of players are welcome! You don’t have to be a great
Youth Clinic: 1st Monday of each month
player or in shape to play. Enjoy the camaraderie of other
volleyball enthusiasts and get some exercise too. This is an on- 8-17 yrs: Mon, 7-8pm regular admission fees
going activity. Adult Clinic: 3rd Monday of each month
55 & up: Aug 17- Mar 22, Fri 12:30-2:30pm 16 & up: Mon, 7-8pm regular admission fees
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Drop-In Open Play: Mondays, 7-10pm
Fee: $2 or Senior Activity Card
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave

Sign-up as a free agent! Free agents are individuals who don’t have a team, but want to play in an adult sports league.
Free agents are combined to form a team(s). *Split payment Option – Pay half the registration fee when you sign up and the
rest of the fee later in the season. Split payment option adds $10 to league pricing. Early Bird Discount – pay early and get a
discount, look for before and after dates listed in the description.

Winter & Spring Basketball Spring & Summer
League offered in Men’s Recreational and Leisure. Registration Softball
packets are available at Recreation facilities or online. Winter Men’s, women’s and coed
registration is Nov 5-Jan 6; spring registration is Mar 4–31. leagues nightly at newly-
improved Garden Acres Park
18 yrs & up: Wednesday Recreation League with a postseason tournament.
Winter Dates: Wed, Jan 9-Mar 20, 10 games Registration packets available
Spring Dates: Wed, Apr 3-May 29, 8 games at Recreation facilities or
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave online. Spring registration is
Feb 4-Mar 3; Summer registration is Mar 18-Apr 28.
18 yrs & up: Thursday Leisure League
Winter Dates: Thurs, Jan 10-Mar 21, 10 games 16 & up: Garden Acres Park, 2058 Spencer St
Spring Dates: Thurs, Apr 4-May 30, 8 games Spring Dates: Mar 11-Apr 19, 6 games
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Spring Team Fee*: $368 before 2/18; $398 after 2/18
Winter Team Fee*: $495 before 1/6; $525 after 1/6 Spring Free Agent: $38 res/$47 non-res 212323
Winter Free Agent: $63 res/$79 non-res 112311
Summer Dates: May 6-Aug 9, 10 games
Spring Team Fee*: $420 before 3/31; $450 after 3/31 Summer Team Fee*: $682 before 4/15; $712 after 4/15
Spring Free Agent: $53 res/$66 non-res 212311 Summer Free Agent: $63 res/$79 non-res 312323

Spring Flag Football
New! Winter Coed Volleyball Football isn’t just in the fall. Adult 8v8 recreation leagues
Get your dig, bump and spike on! Play in the coed recreational Tuesday nights. Registration packets available at the Longmont
volleyball league (6v6) on Sundays. Registration ends Jan 1. Recreation Center or online from Mar 4-24.
Teams include up to 10 players
18 & up: Sandstone Ranch Park, 3001 E Hwy 119
16 & up: Jan 6-Feb 24, Sunday after 5pm Spring Dates: Apr 2-May 21, Tue, 8 games
Team Fee*: $275 before 1/1; $305 after 1/1 Spring Team Fee*: $515 before 3/18; $545 after 3/18
Free Agent Fee: $46 res/$58 non-res 112324 Spring Free Agent: $50 res/$63 non-res 212331
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Your Community, Your Life! 23

Senior Drop-in Pickleball
Check out this fun, unique game best described as a hybrid of
tennis and badminton. Admission fees apply.
55 & up: Mon-Thurs, 2-4pm; Sun, 1-3:30pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd

Senior Softball League – ages 50+
Part of the Colorado Senior Softball Association. Metro area
Mon & Wed morning games are played April through mid-
August. If you have questions or would like to participate, please
attend the pre-season meeting or call Kari at (303)651-8495 for
more information.
Senior Softball preseason meeting: Mar 11, Mon, 9-10am
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Long Peak Ave

Senior Volleyball League – ages 50+
The Colorado Senior Volleyball Association begins the Winter
season in January with a 50+ coed league.
Practice: Mon, 12:30-2:30pm, at the St Vrain Memorial Building,
700 Longs Peak Ave. Matches are played on Wednesday
afternoons at home and throughout the Front Range. Call Kari

Free Training Opportunities for more information, 303-651-8578 or e-mail kari.grotting@
Softball Umpire Training
Ever thought about umpiring but didn't know how to get Senior Golf Association
started? Join us for an informational and interactive clinic. A great way to get out and play 9 holes of golf with other
Instructors cover essential rules and have you practice on-field senior golfers. All levels of golfers are welcome;
mechanics to see if it is right for you. Job opportunities exist. NO GHIN number required. Coed, FUN and non-competitive.
Attend the information session to learn about the association
Youth Fastpitch Softball format and online scheduling system. For more information,
15 & up: Apr 16, Tue, 6-7:30pm 212324.3 contact Karri Smith at 303-651-8407 or email
Adult Slowpitch Softball Information Session: May 3, Fri, 2-3pm at the Longmont Senior
18 & up: Apr 16, Tue, 6:30-8pm 212324.1 Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
May 20, Mon, 6:30-8pm 212324.2 Registration: begins April 5, Longmont Senior Center
Location: Garden Acres Ballfields, 2058 Spencer St 50+: May 10 through mid-October, Friday
Fee: FREE Location: Sunset Golf Course, 1900 Longs Peak Ave
Weekly Fee: $22 res/$26 non-res (paid at the course)

Strength, core and more! This energetic workout is for all abilities and complements any exercise program.
Drop ins are available if session is running. Location: St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave

TRX Senior TRX
16 & up: M/W 8-9am or 5:30-6:30pm TRX is a suspension training system that is a safe, effective and
Sessions: Jan 2-Feb 4 $50 res/$62 non-res 123512 enjoyable exercise modality to utilize in older adults. The TRX
straps are used for mobility exercises for the ankle, hip, thoracic
Mar 4-Apr 10 $60 res/$75 non-res 223512 spine and shoulder; muscle strengthening exercises for the
Apr 15-May 22 $60 res/$75 non-res 223512 lower and upper body; and dynamic balance/gait enhancement
exercises. Drop ins are available if session is running.
16 & up: T/Th 8-9am
55 & up: Mon & Wed 10-11am
Sessions: Jan 3-Feb 5 $50 res/$62 non-res 123512
Jan 2-Feb 4 $40 res/$50 non-res 123542
Mar 5-Apr 11 $60 res/$75 non-res 223512
Mar 4-Apr 10 $48 res/$60 non-res 223542
Apr 16-May 23 $60 res/$75 non-res 223512
Apr 15-May 22 $48 res/$60 non-res 223542

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Women on Weights
A mix of strength/resistance
training and body core
strengthening using the weight
room equipment will get you
comfortable in the weight room.
16 & up: Jan 8-Feb 14, Tue
& Thurs, 2-3pm
143112.A New! Wattbike
Feb 19-Mar 28, Wattbikes have the most accurate power, technique and
Tue & Thurs, 2-3pm 243112.A performance cycling data available to you via your phone. Get
started with a FREE half-hour orientation class to learn about
Instructor: Buck Johnson
the bike set-up, your PES (pedal efficiency stroke), right/left leg
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
balance and to enroll in the small group classes. Register online
Fee: $70 resident/$87.50 non-resident
or call 303-774-4800. March & April classes begin with a “2”.
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Essentrics 18 & up: Orientation, days/times vary 113990
A dynamic, full body workout suitable for all fitness levels that Fee: Free, pre-registration required
combines stretching and strengthening to increase flexibility
and mobility for a healthy, toned and pain free body. This class Watt Bike Classes 113991
is a combination of standing and floor. Pace is moderate and Tues, 6:30am & 9:30am
constant. Bring a mat. Mon, 9:30am & Thurs, 12pm
Drop in Fee: $15 resident/ $19 resident Daily Class Fee: $5 + daily admission
All Ages: Tues, 9:30-10:30am ½ Watt Classes 113991
Jan 15-29 $30 res/$37 non-res 113922 Geared specifically for those who need more cardio-
Feb 5-26 $40 res/$50 non-res 113922 conditioning, weight loss, and strength.
Mar 12-26 $30 res/$37 non-res 213992 18 & up: 12:15-12:45pm
Apr 2-16 $30 res/$37 non-res 213992 Jan 7-Feb 11, Mon $25 res/$31 non-res
Jan 11-Feb 15, Fri $25 res/$31 non-res
Apr 30-May 28 $50 res/$62.50 non-res 213992 Feb 25-Apr 1, Mon $25 res/$31 non-res
Instructor: Sephra Albert Mar 1 – Apr 5, Fri $25 res/$31 non-res
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Drop in Fee: $5 + daily admission
All Ages: Wed, 10:30-11:45am
Jan 16-Jan 30 $40 res/$50 non-res 113923 Wattbike Time Trial Series
Join our time trial races and keep your legs fresh.
Mar 6-27 $40 res/$50 non-res 213923
18 & up: 9am, progressive distances
April 3-17 $40 res/$50 non-res 213923
Instructor: Kim Zimmer Dec 8, Sat, 5k; Jan 12, Sat, 8k; Feb 9, Sat, 10k 113992
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Mar 9, Sat, 13k; Apr 13, Sat, 15k 213992
Fee: $10 + daily admission
Fluid Running
Fluid running is a deep-water running technique used to
supplement land running, rehab injuries or use as a cardio
Golf Fitness
Receive a full physical screening, loads of exercises and why
workout. The Benefits: Burn up to 40% more calories than
each move is important for your game! We will be working
running on land, Builds muscular strength and endurance, and
on strength, balance and mobility to keep you playing safely
No impact! Everyone can participate. Aqua-jogging belts are
for a long time. Led by Titleist Performance Institute Certified
provided for flotation. No class on 3/12 & 3/14
Instructor Trish Hetherington.
18 & up: Tues & Thurs from 7-8am 18 & up: Feb 4-25, Mon, 5:45-7pm 143135.A
Jan 8-31 $64 res/ $80 non-res 133600.1 Mar 4-25, Mon, 5:45-7pm 243135.A
Feb 5-28 $64 res/ $80 non-res 133600.2 Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Mar 5-28* $48 res/ $60 non-res 233600.1 Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
Apr 2-30 $72 res/ $90 non-res 233600.2
Posture Training & Conditioning Course
May 7-30 $64 res/ $80 non-res 333600.1 Learn how EASY it is to find and feel better posture, and also
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd learn how to KEEP it. Create lasting change, decrease pain,
(until the opening of Centennial Pool, see website). improve balance, and more. We'll get you the results and
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/ $15 non-resident confidence to stand tall.
Instructor: Mary Ritter, Personal Trainer, USAT Coach and
SSI Level III Swim Instructor All ages: Feb 25-Apr 15, Mon, 12:15-1:15pm
Instructor: Jennine Amato, MA, LMT
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
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Over 30 types of land and water drop-in fitness classes are offered between three
6:00am - indoor cycling (A) 5:45am - Boot camp
Barre (A)
8:00am - essential 7:30am - Zumba®
s® Yoga
9:00am - SilverSneaker 8:00am - FLeX-ability
Boxing(#) classic
9:15am - cardio Kick
9:15am - SilverSneaker Yoga
10:15am -SilverSneaker (2)
s® cardio

8:45am - SilverSneakers®
9:15am - Step (A)
9:35am - SilverSneakers®
circuit main facilities: Centennial Pool, The Longmont Recreation Center, and the St
Tone (2)
Vrain Memorial Building.
10:30am - Sculpt & thursday 10:30am - Sculpt &
Monday m - cardio /Sculp t (2) m - niA (A)‡
12:00p 12:00p
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1:30pm 4:15pm
(A)† Tone (2)
4-4800 4:30pm - indoor cycling 5:30pm - Sculpt &
310 Quail Rd 303-77 5:30pm - Boot camp
5:30pm - gentle Pilyoga
Building Hours: 5:30pm - Pilyoga (A) 6:30pm - niA (A) ‡

Class schedules, updated monthly/bi-monthy, and
Sat & Sun: 7am-6p Barre
Mon-Fri: 5am-10pm Leisure Pool Hours*
: 6:45pm - essential
Lap Pool Hours: 30pm - Zumba ® (A)
Mon-Fri: 9am-9: 7:00pm
Mon-Fri: 5am-9:30pm Sat-Sun: 10am-5:30pm (A)
Sat-Sun: 7am-5:30pm 5:45am - Boot camp 6:00am - indoor cycling

descriptions can be found at each of the recreation
W/F/Sat; at 11am (A)
(*Slides open at 10am closed for classes.) 6:00am - Power Pilyoga 8:00am - essential
7:30am - Zumba® 9:00am - SilverSneakers®
(Ages 6mo to 7yrs)
Babysitting Hours: & 4-8pm 8:00am - FLeX-ability 9:15am - Pilyoga (A)
Mon-Fri: 7:45am-1:30pm - SilverSneakers® classic

facilities and online at
8:30am -1pm 8:45am m - SilverSn eakers® Yoga
Sat: 8am-1pm Sun: 10:15a
Mon-Fri: 4:30pm-8:30pm 9:15am - Step (2) Friday 10:30am - Zumba
®gold (A)
Climbing Wall Hours: 9:35am - SilverSneakers®
circuit t (2)
Sat/Sun: 10am-4pm 12:00pm - cardio/Sculp
Tone (2)
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by clicking on the Fitness & Wellness Programs link.
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tuesday 12:00pm - niA (A) (A) 1:15pm - Strong by
7:30am - Aqua Motion 1:00pm - gentle Pilyoga 5:30pm - Boot camp (#)
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9:00am - Aqua Power 4:15pm - cardio/Sculp
eakers® Splash Tone (2)
Monday 10:15am - SilverSn 5:30pm - Sculpt &
12:00pm - Deep H2o 5:30pm - Pilyoga (A) 8:00am - indoor cycling
6:30pm - niA (A) ‡ Boxing (#)
7:30am - Aqua Motion 9:00am - cardio Kick

No Regular Fitness Classes: Mon, Dec 24 & 31; Tue, Dec 25 & Jan 1
® saturday
9:00am - Aqua Zumba ing 6:30pm - Pilyoga (A) 10:15am - niA (A)

12:00p m - Masters Swimm 7:00pm - Zumba® (A)
tuesday (A)
6:00pm - Aqua circuit (A)† 7:30am - Butts & gutts
s Swim 6:00am - indoor cycling (A) Boxing (#)
7:30pm - Beg Master Barre 8:45am - cardio Kick
8:00am - essential t (2)
7:30am - Aqua Motion Yoga 10:00am - cardio/Sculp
9:00am - SilverSneakers®
9:00am - Aqua Power Boxing (#) 11:15am - niA (A)‡

Special New Years Fitness Classes:
Wednesday - Deep H2o 9:15am - cardio Kick sunday
- Zumba ® (A)
12:00p m eakers® Yoga 4:30pm
10:15am - SilverSn - Zumba® for Kids
7:30am - Aqua Motion 10:30am - Sculpt & Tone (2) 4:30pm
9:00am - Aqua Power (A) (Kids 4-10 yrs)
eakers® Splash 11:45am - Qigong
10:15am - SilverSn
Zumba® Jan 1, Tue, 1-2:30pm at Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
s Swimming Wednesday 12:00pm - Zumba® (A)
thursday 12:00pm - Master (A)
12:00pm - Pilyoga
6:00pm - Aqua circuit
s Swim 12:15pm - Tai chi
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- Beg Master cardio MoR
Come JOIN the Party! $5, recreation passes not accepted for this fitness
7:30pm 1:30pm - SilverSneakers® (A)†
7:30am - Aqua Motion 4:30pm - indoor cycling
Friday 9:00am - Aqua Zumba
5:30pm - Boot camp
(#) on BaCk
12:00pm - Deep H2o (A)

saturday 9:00am - Deep H2o

(1) - Beginn er
(2) - interm ediate
5:30pm - Family Yoga

(#) - Advanc ed
† - 45 min class
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‡ - 75 min class
All others 60 min special event. Doors open at 12:40pm
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Weight Room Orientations Nutritional Guidance
Call the Longmont Recreation Center at 303-774-4800, to Individual nutrition consultations focus on your specific needs
enroll in no-cost orientations the 2nd Wednesday at 7pm or and goals, including education for nutrition and chronic disease,
the 4th Sunday at 3:15pm of each month. To set up a day/time sustainable weight loss, grocery store walk-throughs, and sports
for no-cost orientations at other facilities, contact the fitness nutrition. Call the Fitness Coordinator at 303-774-4752 to set up
coordinator at 303-774-4752. 14 years and older. an appointment today! Michelle Beyer M.S.
Initial Session: $52 resident/$65 non-resident
Fitness Assessment and Orientation Follow up Session: $47 resident/ $58 non-resident
Designed for those who just want to take the first step and don't 3 Sessions: $147 resident/ $183 non-resident
know where to start. Fee includes: health history screening,
30-minute consultation, personalized fitness profile and weight Body Composition
room orientation. Call the Fitness Coordinator at 303-774-4752 Just want to know your girth measurements and body fat
for more information and get your program set up today! percentage? Then this is the right package for you! Call the
Fee: $38 resident/ $48 non-resident Fitness Coordinator at 303-774-4752 for more information and to
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd set up your appointment at the recreation facility of your choice.
Fee: $14 resident / $18 non-resident

Personal Training Policy Intro to Training Package
The Longmont Recreation Center, St Vrain Memorial Building, If you are new to training or haven’t trained in over one year
Sunset Pool and Centennial Pool are City of Longmont this is a great place to start! Our trainers will work to inspire
operated and insured facilities. Therefore, only City employees and encourage YOU to develop healthy habits and routines
can perform Personal Training, swim lesson instruction, and through the safe delivery of effective programs, instruction,
other coaching within City facilities. motivation and education. Each session is 1 hour.
3 sessions for $105 resident/ $130 non-resident
Personal Training 3 semi-private $162 resident/ $200 non-resident
Training can include core and balance training, basic weight
training, nutrition advice and muscle building. Individual
workout programs can be designed to fit all your fitness needs. New Year, New You
Call the Longmont Recreation Center at 303-774-4800 for
more information. Days and Times by appointment. Training Special
Get bonus sessions when you
Fees: Private Semi-Private purchase a personal training package
1 session $49/ $61 1 session $60/ $75 in the first two weeks of January!
5 sessions $220/ $275 5 sessions $273/ $341 Buy 5, Get One FREE session
10 sessions $383/$550 10 sessions $495/ $618 Buy 10, Get Two FREE sessions

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Please note that not all classes are Qi Gong: the practice of circulating Chi- Aqua Circuit: A warm water aerobics
offered at all times. Refer to the Fitness vital life force-through your body using class with a variety of cardiovascular
Schedule for current offerings. moveme4nt and breath. Promotes health exercises and use of different equipment.
& wellbeing.
Boot Camp: High intensity interval sports Aqua Motion: A mild, no-bounce class
conditioning, running, plyometrics and R.I.P.P.E.D: Combination of resistance, for stretching and toning muscles and
calisthenics. (#) intervals, power, plyometric & endurance improving cardiovascular conditioning,
for a one stop body shock. CORE stability and joint mobility. A great
Butts & Gutts: Lower body & core
training. (2) Sculpt & Tone: A sculpting class for class if you have arthritis, joint limitations,
beginners to intermediate that keeps replacements or are pregnant.
Cardio Kickboxing: Kickboxing moves
moving from one exercise to another. (2) Aqua Power: A high intensity
with alternating periods of higher and
lower levels of intensity. (#) SilverSneakers® Classic: Move through predominately shallow water running
a variety of exercises designed to and cardiovascular interval class
Cardio/Sculpt: A cardio and sculpting designed to burn 500-700 calories in an
increase muscular strength, range of
class that has cardio components and hour and target buns, thighs and abs!
movement, and activity for daily living
uses combined muscular strength and
skills. Handheld weights, elastic tubing
endurance exercises. (2) Aqua Zumba®: Make a Splash and Join
with handles, and a ball are offered for
CORE DE FORCE: A mixed martial arts- resistance, and chair is used for seated the Pool Party!
inspired, non-contact, high-energy, total- and/or stand support. (A) Deep H2O: A moderate intensity water
body scultping class. A no-equipment fitness class with no impact to the joints.
SilverSneakers®Yoga: Move through
workout. Floatation belts are provided
a complete series of seated and
Core Plus: Working abs, glutes, legs & standing yoga poses designed to
arms. (A) increase flexibility, balance and range of Hydr02ga®: Holistic therapeutic no-
movement. (A) impact deep water exercise. Goggles
Essential Barre: Do small, controlled, required, swim cap recommended.
low impact movements at the ballet SilverSneakers®Cardio: An aerobics
barre using your own body weight as class for you - safe, heart healthy and Masters Swimming: Improve your skills
resistance. Modifications make it ideal for gentle on the joints. Includes upper-body and stamina through intervals, drills and
all fitness levels. strengthening, abdominal conditioning, distance swimming. Recommended for
stretching and relaxation exercises designed adults who are comfortable swimming at
Family Yoga: Cultivate focus, balance,
to energize your active lifestyle. (A) least 1,000 yards non-stop.
and inner peace work through breath &
yoga poses with children ages 6 & up. SilverSneakers®Circuit: Upper-body Beginning Masters Swimming:
Seasonal Jan-May. strength work with hand-held weights, Catering to your individual needs, you
FLEX-ability: Increase your flexibility by elastic tubing with handles, and will receive stroke work plus a great
adding this stretching class to your fitness SilverSneakers® ball is alternated with workout. This program is recommended
routine. (A) non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair for adults who are comfortable
is offered for support. (A) swimming 200 yards non-stop.
Indoor Cycling: No impact, high intensity
stationary bike workout. (45 Min) (A) Step: A low impact aerobic class with step SilverSneakers - Splash®: Activate your
choreography on step platforms. Interval urge for variety! SilverSplash offers lots
Kickboxing Training: Kickboxing moves format includes alternating steps and
using kick pads & gloves to get a full body of fun shallow-water moves to improve
weights/sculpting. (#) agility, flexibility and cardiovascular
STRONG by Zumba®: Combines high endurance. No swimming ability is
NIA: Barefoot CardioDance fusion intesity interval training with the science of required, and a special SilverSneakers
develops flexibility, agility, mobility, synced music motivation. (A) kickboard is used to develop strength,
strength & stability. Creative & holistic balance and coordination. (45 minutes)
dance. (75 Min) (A) TRX: Utilize your own body weight to
build strength and develop a strong core.
Pilyoga: A sculpting and stretching (A)
class using Yoga poses and Pilates core Zumba®: Ditch the workout
conditioning. (A) Tai Chi: Combines fluid movements of and Join the PARTY! (A)
upper and lower body. The 24 of the Yang
Power of 3: Cardio-Sculpt-Stretch. Style form and the 37-posture Yang short Zumba Gold®: Fitness Exertion Key:
A low-impact fitness class. (1) form. (A) A Zumba®
Class with less (A) - All Levels
PiYo Live: Sweat, stretch, and strengthen Wattbike: Using wattbikes, measure impact, no pivots (1) - Beginner
in one low-impact, body-sculpting pedal efficiency and power. Get instant and simpler (2) - Intermediate
workout. feedback on your peddling fitness. choreography. (#) - Advanced

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for more information call 303-651-8404

WINTER PASSPORT Friday | Dec 7, 5-8pm
Pick up a passport at participating Downtown businesses or visit Roosevelt Park, 700 Longs Peak Ave Then make purchases at participating Special thanks to
businesses throughout the winter. Drawings for Downtown Gift our title sponsor:
Cards occur periodically, and all entries will qualify for our Grand
Prize drawing at the end of February.
Visit for more information.
“Jingle Bell Rock”
DECEMBER 25 Saturday | Dec 8, 5pm
CHRISTMAS DAY OBSERVED City offices closed Coffman & Main, 300-800 blocks

JANUARY 1 Zumba® Fitness Class
Tue, 1-2:30pm at the Longmont JANUARY 14-17
NEW YEAR’S DAY Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd. NO REGISTRATION DUE TO
City Offices and Recreation Facilities Closed Come JOIN the Party! $5, recreation
passes not valid, no general
Monday-Thursday, affecting online,
JANUARY 2 facility use, doors open over the phone, and in person transactions
NEW ADMITTANCE at 12:40pm. While recreation, senior services, and museum facilities
FEES GO INTO EFFECT will have regular hours and program offerings, new
for daily visits and all passes for Recreation facilities. registrations or reservations will not be accepted during
this software upgrade window that will last approximately
3 or 4 days. Credit card sales may be unavailable during
JANUARY 5 this time for drop-in use payment. Thank you for your
DENVER NUGGETS SKILLS CHALLENGE patience while we enhance our ability to serve you!
Saturday, 12:30pm registration; 1pm event at the Longmont Recreation Center,
310 Quail Rd. A FREE basketball competition for boys and girls ages 6-13 as of
April 30, 2019. Top scorers in each age group advance to a sectional competition. MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY
Boys and girls compete separately. Entry forms at location. City Offices Closed; Recreation facilities open regular hours.

SUMMER DAY CAMP City offices closed; Recreation facilities open regular hours

Saturday, 9-2pm at the Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Free event to meet and learn about health and wellness providers and practices in your community.
Get a massage, meet a local chiropractor, try out drumming, experience yoga…define your wellness in the
New Year! Visit vendors, attend free workshops, and sign up for sessions with practitioners and readers
(10 minute sessions for $5 —cash only please).

Forestry Services is coordinating a community tree sale EASTER EGG HUNT!
for Longmont residents. During these dates, residents Saturday, 1-3pm (Hunt begins at 1:30pm)
will be able to view and purchase trees online at at Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St or by calling 303-651-8416. This event for egg hunters of all abilities is
A variety of trees will be available at below wholesale cost dependent upon Centennial Pool being open.
of $80 each (2 tree limit per person). Tree pickup will occur For details of Centennial Pool’s status and for
Saturday, April 13, 8am-12pm at 7 S Sunset Street (there the event, please visit LongmontColorado.
will be no onsite sales). gov/rec or call 303-651-8404.

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The Triathlon Weekend is dependent upon Centennial Pool being open. Detailed event and
registration info is available at or call 303-651-8404.
For more information about birthday party packages, please visit us online at
Longmont or contact the facility reserve number of the facilities below.

Party-goers enjoy an hour-full of activity for the
CENTER youth - a variety of themes available. Includes a ½
Rent an hour of room time for your child’s next hour set up time for parents to decorate and a ½
birthday party. Fee includes entry for up to 10 hour for cake and presents after the hour of fun.
people to enjoy the pool, gym and climbing wall
either before and/or after your room time. Able to Fee: $141 for up to 12 children.
accommodate groups up to 20, group rate admission Larger party pricing available
applies to 11+. upon request.
Location: St Vrain Memorial Building,
If you would prefer to have a dedicated instructor 700 Longs Peak Ave
for an hour of climbing wall time for your group, Reserve: 303-651-8404
there is an additional charge of $30/hr.
Location: Longmont Recreation Center,
310 Quail Rd PACKAGES AT
Reserve: 303-774-4800 LONGMONT ICE PAVILION
CREATE YOUR Reserve a tent for your guests and party
OWN PARTY AT THE POOLSIDE PARTY SPACE celebration at the Longmont Ice Pavilion. Party
Enjoy a reserved, dedicated deck space under the Packages are available during Open Skate Hours
CREATION STATION only, and includes 2 hour use of 2 tents. Fee
slides by the leisure pool for your birthday party
Looking for a venue to have needs. Have your cake and eat it too by the pool! includes entry and skate rental for up to 12 guests.
a small gathering? Creation Room for up to 16 people. Admission not included. Additional guests pay group rate admissions and
Station can accommodate up skate rental fees. Guests may stay for open
to 20 people for your next Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd skating, if available, after the party.
party or gathering needs in the Fee: $80 for up to two hours
heart of downtown Longmont. Fee: $120
Available weekends and some BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES AT Location: Longmont Ice Pavilion, 725 8th Ave
week days. Reserve: 303-774-4777 or 303-651-8404
Fee: $35/hour +
refundable Packages, including Log Rolling Party Package add-
$200 deposit ons, are available when Centennial Pool reopens.
Location: Creation Station, See for the latest
519 4th Avenue Centennial Pool updates.
Have something larger in mind?
Reserve: 303-651-8443
Contact the Rental Specialist to help your dream become a reality!

For yoga class descriptions, see fliers at recreation
Yoga facilities or online at

Yoga students: Please bring your own yoga mat, and a thick blanket if you have one.
Yoga drop-in students are welcome. Please purchase drop-in pass in advance for drop-in
dates online, at the St Vrain Memorial Building, or the Longmont Recreation Center.
Monthly registered participants have priority and will be notified by e-mail of any changes.
Monthly registrants enjoy $2 discount per class; partial months are charged at drop-in rate.
Drop-in fee: $11 resident/ $12.75 non-resident

Day Time Class Code Location Instructor
Mon 4-5:15pm ALIGNMENT BASED YOGA 143117 Izaak Gwyn Cody
Mon 5:30-6:45pm ALIGNMENT BASED YOGA 143118 Izaak Gwyn Cody
Tues 9:15-10:30am BEGINNER FRIENDLY YOGA 143152 Izaak Diana Shellenberger
Wed 10:30-11:45am GENTLE YOGA 143133 Mem Bldg Urszula Bunting
Wed 5:30-6:45pm THERAPEUTIC STRUCTURAL YOGA 143138 Izaak Shar Lee
Thurs 9-10:15am WOMEN'S HATHA YOGA 143142 Izaak Shar Lee
Thurs 5:15-6:30pm GENTLE FLOW YOGA 143119 Izaak Katharine Kaufman
Sun 9:30-10:45am SUNDAY MORNING YOGA 143171 Izaak Katharine Kaufman
Yoga Locations: Izaak Walton - 18 S Sunset | St Vrain Memorial Bldg - 700 Longs Peak Ave
Winter (December, January, February) codes begin with "1"; Spring (March, April, May) codes begin with "2"

New Year Yoga Retreat
Find balance at Longmont’s hidden jewel, Sandstone Ranch.
Turn to Gentle Yoga and the Four Postures of Meditation
along with discussion to unravel tensions, reduce pain, and
energize well-being for the New Year. Bring your Yoga Mat, and
mediation cushion and lunch.
15 & up: Feb 2, Sat, 10am-4:30pm 143192.01
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: SSR Visitor Center, 3001 Sandstone Dr
Fee: $58 resident/$72.50 non-resident

Yoga for Runners Restorative Yoga – 1st Friday 6pm
This all-levels yoga class is designed to loosen tight spots,
Unwind, refresh, and allow your body and mind to heal and
strengthen weak spots and make you a better, less injury-prone
restore. Use variety of props, Tibetan bowls, candlelight, and
runner. Improve your running performance during the off-season!
essential oils. Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket. *Saturday
30-55 yrs: Feb 20-Mar 13, Wed, 7:15-8:20pm 143130.02
16 & up: Fri, 6-8pm 143155 & 243155
Instructor: Allison Rissel
Dates: Jan 12*, Feb 1, Mar 1, Apr 5, May 3
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Urszula Bunting
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Yoga-Restore your Pelvic Floor
Restore Your Pelvic Floor using mind/body exercises for
strength, flexibility and posture. Each week, learn about the
Yin & Restore for Adrenal Fatigue
Are you tired, stressed, or simply don’t feel your best? This
anatomy of the pelvic floor as well as a specific series of
combination of Yin and Restorative yoga might be what you
exercises for self-discovery and poses to increase the flexibility,
need. In addition to soothing and relaxing postures, we use
strength and coordination.
essential oils, soft music, and candlelight. Warm tea is served
30 & up: Apr 3-24, Wed, 7:15-8:20pm 243131.1 after the class. Please bring a mat and a blanket.
Instructor: Allison Rissel
16 & up: Feb 10, Sun, 3:30-5:30pm 243300.A
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Long Peak Ave
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident Apr 28, Sun, 3:30-5:30pm 243300.B
Instructor: Urszula Bunting
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Your Community, Your Life! 31
Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance Shotokan Karate
Based on eight forms derived from the traditional 24-form Yang Shotokan karate
style of Tai Chi. The low-impact movements emphasize weight training helps increase
shifting, postural alignment, and coordinated movements. No physical fitness,
previous experience with Tai Chi needed. confidence, improved
*NO Class: 3/26 or 3/28 motor skills, flexibility,
speed, concentration,
18 & up: discipline & personal
Jan 15-Apr 11*, Tue & Thurs, 1:30-2:15pm 143250.A safety. Jan & Feb
Instructor: Urszula Bunting sessions begin with
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave the number “1”
Fee: $140 resident/$175 non-resident
6 & up: Tue & Thurs, 6:40-7:40pm
Jan 3-31*; Feb 5-28*; Mar 5-26; Apr 2-30; May 2-30
Tai Chi Mini Retreat Instructor: Budo Shotokan, Sensei Chad Callaghan
Enjoy the first signs of Colorado spring at Sandstone Ranch
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
while practicing Tai Chi, taking a nature walk, relaxing,
socializing, and having a homemade lunch with new friends. Youth Fee: $70 resident/$87.50 non-resident 245253
15 & up: May 3, Fri, 10am-3pm 243197.09 Adult Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident 245254
Instructor: Urszula Bunting
Location: SSR Visitor Center, 3001 Sandstone Dr Medical & Heart Qigong
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident Medical Qigong is a series of gentle movements that open
and facilitate circulation and flow throughout the body. These
movements aid healing, improve balance and strength, and
Intro to Reiki generate feelings of well-being. No experience necessary.
What is Reiki and how does it promote physical, mental and Please sign electronic waiver prior to class.
emotional healing? Learn what Reiki is and how you do it for
yourself. 12 & up: Mar 5-28, Tue & Thurs, 2-3pm 243330.1
12 & up: Apr 13, Sat, 10:30am-12noon 213334 Apr 2-25, Tue & Thurs, 2-3pm 243330.2
Instructor: Erika Marie Instructor: Erika Marie
Location: Chiyu Center, 1035 Coffman St, Suite 100 Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $27 resident/$34 non-resident Fee: $87 resident/$195.75 non-resident

SilverSneakers® Fitness program is designed for Medicare participants
with select insurance plans. The program includes facility amenities and
group fitness classes as well as unlimited access for daily admission. The
SilverSneakers® fitness passes are good at the Longmont Recreation Center,
Centennial Pool, the SilverSneakers® classes at the Senior Center & Lashley St
Station, and St. Vrain Memorial Building. To find out more call 303-774-4800
or stop into the Longmont Recreation Center and get signed up!
55+, see the GO for additional wellness activities at

SilverSneakers® Orientations SilverSneakers® Fitness Classes
Facility orientations for SilverSneakers participants involve a
Choose from these 45 to 60 minute classes geared specifically for
tour of the Longmont Recreation Center and an overview of the unique fitness needs of older individuals. Class descriptions
the fitness equipment. and schedule of classes are listed with the regular fitness classes.
Days/Times: SilverSneakers® Cardo
Jan 3, Feb 7, Mar 7, Apr 4, May 2 - Thurs, 9am SilverSneakers® Classic
Dec 20, Jan 17, Feb 21, Mar 12, Apr 18, May 16 - Thurs 2pm SilverSneakers® Circuit
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Road SilverSneakers® Splash
Fee: FREE, however pre-registration is required SilverSneakers® Yoga

Lunch & Learns Special Event Note: SilverSneakers® membership is NOT required to
Join us on the 2nd Tues of each month for a SilverSneakers attend SilverSneakers® fitness classes. SilverSneakers®
educational class! Bring a lunch or snack. Meals on Wheels is available members are welcome to explore regular fitness classes
prior to the classes. Dec 11, Jan 8, Feb 12, Mar 12, Apr 9, May 14 as part of their membership. Non-SilverSneakers®
Fee: Free for SS members 113401 & 213401 members pay regular admission fees.
Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave

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Learn to Meditate
Learn to simply be with the breath, body, and thoughts without
clinging to them. Receive practical instruction in sitting,
standing, lying down, and walking meditation. Meditation
practice can help us relate to challenges and changes in our
lives with curiosity, gentleness, and perspective. Chairs are
available. Bring blankets or cushions. *NO Class: 3/03
16 & up: Feb 3-Mar 17*, Sun, 11am-12pm 143500.A
Instructor: Katharine Kaufman
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset Alternatives for Pain
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident Pain doesn’t need to mean medication! Perineural injection
Drop in Fee: $12 resident/$15 non-resident therapy, acupuncture, cupping guasha, and reiki are all
effective therapies for pain. Come learn a new perspective on
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction pain management.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a blend of 12 & up: Mar 9, Sat, 10:30am-12:30pm 243225.A
meditation, body awareness, and yoga: learn through practice Instructor: Erika Marie
and study how your body handles (and can resolve) stress Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
neurologically. Fee: $18 resident/$22.50 non-resident
18 & up: Apr 6, Sat, 10am-12pm 243520.1
Instructor: Nicole Hartley Intro Pranic Healing for Pets & People
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Energy Healing - for me and my pet? Absolutely! Come
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident discover the world of energy, and learn how you can use Pranic
Healing to heal and support you AND your pets. Class is for
Meditation for Well-Being humans only, please leave your pet at home.
Sitting together helps us befriend our emotions, calm 18 & up: Mar 6, Wed, 6-8pm 243264.1
restlessness, and meet change and difficulties with flexibility and Instructor: Susan Crocker
a broader perspective. Practice sitting and walking meditation Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
and have a short discussion. *No Class 4/21. Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
16 & up: Apr 7-May 5*, Sun, 11am-12pm 243501
Instructor: Erika Marie Pranic Healing for Parents
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset Learn a simple, but powerful technique that integrates and
Fee: $32 resident/$40 non-resident balance the brain. Come learn an easy and fun activity for kids
Drop in Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident to do at home to increase focus and support a growing brain.
Energy healing will also be discussed and how it can support
Yoga & Ayurveda Retreat you as a parent.
Relax, restore, renew, practice yoga, explore Ayurveda, and 12 & up: Apr 24, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm 243265.1
create balance and harmony in your body, mind, and in your life. Instructor: Susan Crocker
A perfect gift for Mother’s Day. Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
16 & up: May 10, Fri, 9:30am-4:30pm 243195.9 Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
Instructor: Urszula Bunting
Location: SSR Visitor Center, 3001 Sandstone Dr Family Philosophy Discussions
Fee: $80 resident/$100 non-resident Take time to talk with your family about the important things
is life. Explore time, space and human nature in this fun,
Ayurveda for Health, Wellness & Success accessible series of discussions for kids and their adult family
Two session workshop: 1) Principals of Ayurveda and elements members. Topic vary each class meeting. Day 1. Kindness and
of a body-mind constitution. 2) Digestion, Assimilation, Generosity. Day 2 Time, Infinity and Me. 3. The Meaning of
Detoxification according to Ayurveda. Love. Registration includes up to 4 family members.
15 & up: Feb 4 & 11, Mon, 6-8pm 247147.03 8 & up: Jan 25-Feb 8, Fri, 6:30-8pm 147109.A
Instructor: Urszula Bunting Instructor: Kelly Cowling
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident

After 50 Happy, Healthy & Awesome Philosophical Conversation with Your Child
Learn, practice and explore proven methods to slow down the Chances are your child asks themselves deep questions about life,
aging process and take your health and wellbeing to the next death, and reality. Grey Havens Philosophy will teach you to talk with
level. your child about these questions in a way that is fun and enriching
for the whole family. For caregivers of children ages 3 -18.
18 & up: Mar 15-Apr 26, Fri, 10am-12pm 243333.1
Instructor: Urszula Bunting 12 & up: Apr 12, Fri, 6-8pm 247109.01
Location: SSR Visitor Center, 3001 Sandstone Dr Instructor: Kelly Cowling
Fee: $145 resident/$181.25 non-resident Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident Your Community, Your Life! 33
Blood Sugar, Stress & Nutrition Good for the Gut Fermentation
A holistic approach to blood sugar control providing tips to Fermentation is a natural process traditionally used as a method
reduce sugar intake, break sugar cravings, and lower your A1c. of preserving food and drinks. Learn how to make kombucha, milk
16 & up: Feb 20, Wed, 6-8pm 143211.1 kefir, coconut yogurt and sauerkraut via a mix of demonstration
Instructor: Erin Williams and hands-on work. Materials fee includes a kombucha starter kit
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd (jars, SCOBY, and starter) for you to take home.
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident 16 & up: Mar 6, Wed, 6-7:30pm 247459.10
Instructor: Erin Williams
21 Day Sugar Detox Location: Boulder, location on receipt
21 Day Sugar Detox is a clear cut, effective, whole foods Fee: $25 resident/$30 non-resident + $6 materials fee
based nutrition action plan that will reset your body and your
habits! Tens of thousands of people have already used this Stop Smoking
groundbreaking guide to shatter the vicious sugar stronghold. One session and home follow up with the included
Now it's your turn! reinforcement CD is all most people to kick the smoking habit
18 & up: Jan 7-28, Mon, 6:30-8:30pm 143212.1 for good! Hypnosis helps eliminate the urge for a cigarette
Instructor: Susan Hofland safely, easily, and naturally, without the normal negative side
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd effects. Fee includes reinforcement CD.
Fee: $100 resident/$125 non-resident 18 & up: Jan 30, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm 143321.A
Instructor: Karen Peterson
Beauty, Naturally! Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
What are the best natural beauty tips? Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident
Come find out! Discuss East-West
approaches to facial rejuvenation and Acupuncture for Pain & Stress
learn modern, integrative facial renewal Acupuncture lifts mood, reduces pain, calms stress, boosts
techniques. creativity & energy, balances hormones, promotes sleep, and
18 & up: Feb 23, Sat, 10:30am-12pm more. Select treatment for pain, stress, or detox.

143242.1 12 & up: Feb 1, Fri, 10:30-11:30am 143600
Instructor: Erika Marie Feb 28, Thurs, 10:30-11:30am 143600
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, Apr 5, Fri, 10:30-11:30am 243600
310 Quail Rd May 1, Wed, 10:30-11:30am 243600
Fee: $18 resident/ Instructor: Erika Marie
$22.50 non-resident Location: Family Village: 350 Terry St
Fee: $25 resident/$31 non-resident

Join the Doctors of UCHealth Longmont Clinic for these FREE presentations.
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: FREE, please register in advance as food is provided

Is Weight Loss Surgery Right for you? Preserving Cartilage
Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with various in the Knee
bariatric procedures. Join our discussion on
All Ages: Jan 9, Wed, 6-7 143701.1B knee injuries and get
Instructors: Drs. Derek Leopold & Robert Powell tips on how to avoid
progressive arthritis and
Stem Cell and Platelet Therapy minimize the need for
Updates on the latest research on stem cell and platelet knee replacement surgery
therapies for musculoskeletal treatments. in the future.

All Ages: Jan 16, Wed, 6-7pm 143702.1B All Ages: Feb 20, Wed, 6-7pm 143704.1B
Instructor: Dr. Sunil Jani Instructor: Dr. Sunil Jani

Diabetes 101 You and Your Thyroid
An introduction to diabetes diagnosis, prognosis, Come find out about different thyroid conditions and learn
and treatments. See if you are at risk of developing about treatments.
diabetes. All Ages: Mar 20, Wed, 6-7pm 243705.1B
All Ages: Jan 23, Wed, 6-7pm 143703.1B Instructor: Dr. Leila Wing
Instructor: Dr. Leila Wing

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The SCOPE (Supportive, Captivating, & Original Programs & Experiences) This Program encourages
people of all abilities to participate in recreational programs and activities. The mission of SCOPE is to
provide specialized support and recreational opportunities to people with disabilities. Our vision is to
enrich lives and create experiences that are memorable, empowering, fun and safe for all participants.

SCOPE: Bowling
This program is designed to give each participant with special
needs an opportunity to continue a leisure activity skill that
provides fun and excitement for years to come. Participants
should have a basic knowledge of bowling because no
instruction is given. Each bowler participates at his/her own
pace. An additional fee of $1 is collected from each bowler per
week for Centennial Lanes. No bowling March 28- Spring Break.
12 & up: Jan 10-Feb 28, Thurs, 3-4pm 149100.A
Mar 7-May 2, Thurs, 3-4pm 249100.A
Location: Centennial Bowling, 110 E 9th Ave
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident

Sensory Swims SCOPE: TRY A SPORT
Enjoy the warmth of the
leisure pool and the serenity Come “scope” us out as you “try” a new sport! Join us, have a blast,
of the lap pool with all the and make new friends. No experience needed.
water features turned off.
Sensory Swims are designed Try Skate
for individuals with special Experienced coaches and players from the Colorado Ice
needs and their families, who require the quiet and calm for Wizards/Rocy Mountain Special Hockey assist skaters as they
recreation. The Longmont Recreation Center and pool area navigate the ice. Helmets and ice skates are required on the
will not be open to the general public. Parent(s) or caregiver ice. Bring your own skates or borrow a pair of rental skates at
participation is required. no charge. Please wear warm clothing and mittens or gloves.
5 & up: Feb 2, Sat, 10-11am 149001.A
Dates: First Sunday of the month, 5:45-7pm Location: Longmont Ice Pavilion, 725 8th Ave
Fees: Regular Admission Fee: FREE – pre-register to guarantee your spot!
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Try Shuffleboard
SCOPE: Swimming Shuffleboard isa great time to relax and play, with a a few
The Longmont Dolphins Swim Team offers instruction and added laughs. Come join in the fun of this indoor floor-game of
training for competition in Special Olympics. pushing and gliding pucks.
Fee: $42 resident/$52.50 non-resident
14 & up: Mar 16, Sat, 10-11am 149002.03
Assisted Swimming: Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Swimming for individuals requiring personal assistance in the Fee: $7 resident/ $8.75 non-resident
pool. Space is limited--register early! Parent/Guardian may be
required to assist swimmer in the pool. No swimming March 29. SCOPE: Track & Field
8 & up: Jan 11-May 17, Fri, 5:30-6:30pm 149112.A Longmont Lynx Track & Field Team offers instruction and training
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd in Special Olympics Athletics events for competition. Outdoor
practices are at Altona Middle School, 4600 Clover Basin Dr.
Independent Swimming: 8 & up: Apr 6-May 18, Sat, 11am-12pm 249114.A
Swimming for individuals who are able to swim the length of the
Location: Altona Middle School, 4600 Clover Basin Dr
pool, 25 yards, without stopping and without assistance. Space is
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident
limited; register early! No swimming March 28–Spring Break.
8 & up: Jan 10-May 16, Thurs, 6:15-7:15pm 149113.A SCOPE: Drumming
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd This introduction to drumming for people with special needs
is fun, easy, and accessible to anyone. The Djembe drum
SCOPE: Basketball from West Africa and percussion from around the world are
This program offers instruction and training in Special Olympics provided. Students will learn and create their own rhythms in a
Team Basketball competition. fun, safe environment.
8-15 yrs: Jan 8-Mar 19, Tue, 5:45- 6:45pm 149111.B 14 & up: Tue, 5:15-6:15pm
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Dates: Jan 8-29; or Feb 5-26 149400
16 & up: Jan 7-Mar 4, Mon, 7-8pm 149111.A Mar 5-26; Apr 2-23; or Apr 30-May 21 249400
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Instructor: Gregg Hansen
Fee: $16 resident/$20 non-resident Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $32 resident/$40 non-resident Your Community, Your Life! 35
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave. Fee: $5 resident/$6.25 non-resident

SCOPE: Spring Fling SCOPE: Sun & Fun
Celebrate the coming April Showers and May Flowers at the Don’t fizzle with the summer starts to sizzle! Get ready for the
SCOPE Spring Fling! Music, karaoke, dancing and fun for all. hot days and cool nights ahead with karaoke, dancing and
Light refreshments provided. more. Light refreshments provided.
8 & up: Mar 18, Mon, 7-8:15pm 249503.A 8 & up: Apr 22, Mon, 7-8:15pm 249505.A

Registration for the Longmont SCOPE Camp begins February 1
with a special early-bird rate available through April 14. Initial
registration is available both online and in person at the St Vrain
Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave. Completed Enrollment
Packet to be turned in at time of registration or prior to May
1. Please note that the complete Enrollment Packet MUST be
completed 7 days PRIOR to each camper's first day of camp.
Once registered, days can be added online.

This is a non-licensed recreation program for adults with
special needs, 18 years and older, operated by Longmont SCOPE Teen Camp
Recreation Services. Campers experience a wide variety of This summer camp for teens with special needs, ages 13-
activities, including crafts, swimming, life skills, and social 17, is licensed through the State of Colorado. Campers
and educational outings. Please note, SCOPE Camp is a will experience a wide variety of activities, including crafts,
summer recreation program, not an adult day care program. swimming, life skills, and social and educational outings. Please
Enrollment into the SCOPE Day Camp Registration Fee course note, Teen SCOPE Camp is a summer recreation program, not a
is required in order to select dates of attendance day care program.
18 & up: Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm 13-17 yrs: Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm
Dates: Jun 3-Jul 26 349980.RG Dates: Jun 3-Jul 26 349980.RG
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Registration Fee: Registration Fee:
Through April 14: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident Through April 14: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
After April 14: $65 resident/$76.25 non-resident After April 14: $65 resident/$76.25 non-resident
Registration fee is per family, and non-refundable Registration fee is per family, and non-refundable
Daily Fee: $46 resident/$55 non-resident Daily Fee: $46 resident/$57 non-resident
Weekly Fee: $46 x 5 days = $230 resident; Weekly Fee: $46 x 5 days = $230 resident;
$57 x 5 days = $285 non-resident $57 x 5 days = $285 non-resident

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS! Volunteer Spotlight
The SCOPE Program would like to thank the following people for donating their Manny & Marcus Cano
time and talents to make a difference in the lives of people with special needs: Manny and his brother Marcus are both
coaches for the SCOPE 14 & Under Basketball
Jada Anzures; Cindy Haefele; Erin, Oliver, and Tom Lange; Stephanie and team, and each manage their own SCOPE
Kenny Morris; Kim and Emily Schulte; the wonderful staff at Centennial Lanes Softball team in the summer. We are so
Bowling Alley; and everyone who kindly supports our programs and activities! grateful for these outstanding gentlemen and
their endless encouragement and compassion
If you are interested in sharing your time or talents, please call 303-774-3795. for their teams and athletes. Thank you Manny
More volunteer opportunities exist for adults, teens, and families. and Marcus for all you do in sharing your
Sign up online at energy and heart with SCOPE!

36 Winter/Spring 2019
Terrific Two's Bright Beginnings
Children and their parents will engage in a play-based program Do you have a 3-5 year old who would enjoy a fun social and
for 2 & 3 year-olds that introduces beginning preschool educational enrichment class? This class provides a variety of
concepts and skills. A great choice for children who need a fun, fun lessons in science, art, music, and games. *NO Class: 3/29
friendly, social introduction to preschool. *NO Class: 3/29
3-5 yrs: Fri, 10:30-11:30am
2 yrs: Fri, 9:30-10:15am Jan 11-Feb 1or Feb 8-Mar 1 145810
Jan 11-Feb 1 or Feb 8-Mar 1 145802 Mar 8-Apr 5 or Apr 12-May 3* 245810
Mar 8-Apr 5* or Apr 12-May 3 245802 Instructor: Brandi Greff, Early Childhood Ed Director
Instructor: Brandi Greff, Early Childhood Ed Director Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Fee: $31 resident/$38.75 non-resident
Fee: $27 resident/$33.75 non-resident
Silly Science and Sensory Fun
Preschool Spanish Pop, bang, fizzle. Come join us as we make a mess creating
This is a fun, interactive, and hands on class. Kids will have fun fun science projects and learning through various interactive
while learning the Spanish Language through games, songs, activities. Wear clothes that can get messy and bring a water
instruments, movement, storytelling and art-crafts. Vamos a bottle and snack. This class is fun, interactive and encourages
aprender jugando! socialization. *NO Class: 1/21, 2/18, 3/25
3-6 yrs: Fri, 10-11am 3-6 yrs: Mon, 9:45-11:45am
Dates: Jan 11-25 or Feb 1-22 145350 Dates: Jan 14-Feb 4* or Feb 11-Mar 4* 145561
Mar 1-22; Apr 5-26; or May 3-17 245350 Mar 11-Apr 1* or Apr 8-22 245561
Instructor: Kena Guttridge Instructor: Brandi Greff, Early Childhood Ed Director Location:
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident Fee: $46 resident/$57.50 non-resident

Heartsong Music Class Music Together
This parent-child class explores world instruments, music and An early childhood music and movement program for children
movement. Hands-on activities with instruments, scarves and from birth through age 5 and their parents. It is a research-based
sign language encourage a love and appreciation for music, early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes adult
positive social skills and motor skill development. All materials involvement. Classes include singing, movement activities and
and instruments are provided. *NO Class: 1/21, 2/18 instrumental jam sessions. *NO Class: 5/25
0-5 yrs: Mon, 10:15-11am or 11:10-11:55am 0-5 yrs: Jan 12-Mar 16, Sat, 9-9:45am 145352.02
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident Jan 16-Mar 20, Wed, 9:30-10:15am 145352.01
Instructor: Julie Adair Mar 23-Jun 1*, Sat, 9-9:45am 245352.3A
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave Mar 20-May 22, Wed, 9:30-10:15am 245352.03
Fee: $35 resident/$48.75 non-resident
Instructor: Rhonda Ritter
Location: Izaak Walton Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Fee: $130 resident/$160 non-resident
+ $42 materials fee

New! Ukuleles and Songwriting
Ukuleles are fun to learn and the perfect vehicle to express
yourself creatively through songwriting. Learn the basics of
ukulele and songwriting. Taught by local, experienced K-12
teacher, and award-winning songwriter, John Mieras. Come join
a growing community of Ukulele players and songwriters.
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
13 & up: Provide Own Ukulele
Feb 5-Mar 12, Tue, 6:30-8pm 147313.01
Apr 2-May 7, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247313.01
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
13 & up: Renting Ukulele from Instructor
Feb 5-Mar 12, Tue, 6:30-8pm 147314.01
Apr 2-May 7, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247314.01
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
+ $30 Ukulele rental fee payable to instructor at 1st class Your Community, Your Life! 37
Appropriate apparel must be worn to every class – requirments available online and on registration receipt.
Optional recital on May 18 for March sessions for an additional fee. For more information, call 303-772-1335.
Location: Longmont Dance Theatre, 1422 Nelson Rd

Tutu Terrific & Timestep Tappers Aerial Dance
Combination Ballet/Tap class where imagination and storytelling Dance in the air with a combination of aerial silks, circus
through dance is emphasized using guided, creative and age arts, and theatrical dance techniques. This class provides
appropriate movement. Optional recital available on 5/18. an exhilarating experience. Male and female students are
*NO Class: 3/27, 3/28, 3/30, 4/24, 4/25, 4/27 encouraged to dress comfortably and for movement (including
2-5 yrs: Jan 12-Mar 2, Sat, 9-10am 144510.C hanging upside down at times). *NO Class: 3/30 & 4/27
Jan 16-Mar 6, Wed, 4:45-5:45pm 144510.B 8-12 yrs: Jan 12-Mar 2, Sat, 2-3pm 144614.A
Jan 17-Mar 7, Thurs, 10-11am 144510.A Mar 9-May 11*, Sat, 2-3pm 244614.A
Mar 9-May 11*, Sat, 9-10am 244510.S 13-18 yrs: Jan 12-Mar 2, Sat, 3-4pm 144615.A
Mar 13-May 15*, Wed, 4:45-4:45pm 244510.W Mar 9-May 11*, Sat, 3-4pm 244615.A
Mar 14-May 16*, Thurs, 10-11am 244510.3 Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Boys Dance
Tap & Jazz Combination During these high energy movement classes, techniques that
Have fun with variety of movement in this tap & jazz combo test physical coordination and expand imagination allow boys to
class! Improve flexibility, sense of rhythm and overall discover dance and movement at a beginning to intermediate
coordination while learning beginning tap and jazz techniques. level while learning traditional techniques for males dancers.
NO Class: 3/30 & 4/27 *NO Class: 3/26 & 4/23
5-8 yrs: Jan 12-Mar 2, Sat, 12-1pm 144610.1A 2-5 yrs: Jan 15-Mar 5, Tue, 4:45-5:30pm 144616.01
Mar 9-May 11*, Sat, 12-1pm 244610.1A Mar 12-May 14*, Tue, 4:45-5:30pm 244616.02
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
6-8 yrs: Jan 15-Mar 5, Tue, 5:30-6:15pm 144616.1A
Mar 12-May 14*, Tue, 5:30-6:15pm
Ballet Dance for Youth 244616.2A
Classes for new and returning to ballet students that offer an 9-12 yrs: Jan 15-Mar 5, Tue, 6:15-7:15pm 144616.1B
introduction to fundamentals of ballet technique for all ages,
Mar 12-May 14*, Tue, 6:15-7:15pm 244616.2B
whether the goal is to learn about ballet or transition into
traditional ballet classes. *NO Class: 3/26, 3/27, 4/23, & 4/24 Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
6-8 yrs: Jan 16-Mar 6, Wed, 4:45-5:45pm 144612.1A
Mar 13-May 15*, Wed, 4:45-5:45pm 244612.A Beginning Jazz
Learn beginning jazz techniques such as isolations of the body
9-12 yrs: Jan 16-Mar 6, Wed, 4:45-6pm 144613.1A and developing complex rhythms and patterns in a high energy
Mar 13-May 15*, Wed, 4:45-6pm 244613.1A and fun, noncompetitive environment. *NO Class: 3/30 & 4/27

13-18 yrs: Jan 15-Mar 5, Tue, 7:15-8:30pm 144620.A 8-12 yrs: Jan 12-Mar 2, Sat, 11:30am-12:30pm 144601.A
Mar 12-May 14*, Tue, 7:15-8:30pm 244620.A Mar 9-May 11*, Sat, 11:30am-12:30pm 244601.A
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident

Hula Dance
Come learn basic hula steps, as well as ancient and modern
hula dances. Hula is a holistic form of dance that incorporates
physical, spiritual, musical, cultural and linguistic elements.
*NO Class: 3/28
16 & up: Jan 17-Feb 21, Thurs, 5:15-6:15pm 144631.01
Feb 28-Apr 11*, Thurs, 5:15-6:15pm 144631.02
Instructor: Laelae Sundberg
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident

38 Winter/Spring 2019
Dance Dimensions has a policy of allowing visitors to observe at the first and last class. For ballet classes, ballet shoes and
appropriate attire is needed: please no satin ballet shoes from discount stores as they do not fit properly. For tap classes, no
Highlight or Dancetime shoes or discount store shoes will be allowed due to poor fit and soft metal residue.
For further clarification, please call Dance Dimensions at 303-772-3750.

Tiny Tutus Pee Wee Hip Hop
This class is a wonderful introductory dance experience for the This class is the perfect one for those energetic young dancers
very young student. Creative movement and basic technique who love-move. A fun and easy-paced experience! Boys are
will provide confidence, coordination, strength and fun! especially welcome! Inexpensive white soled tennis shoes not
Students shall wear ballet shoes and appropriate dress. worn on the street are required. No black soled or street shoes
NO Class: 03/29 allowed. No class 3/27
3 yrs: Jan 11-Mar 15, Fri, 9-9:45am 144500.F 6-8 yrs: Jan 9-Mar 13, Wed, 5:15-6:15pm 144600.A
Mar 22-May 31*, Fri, 9-9:45am 244500.F Mar 20-May 29*, Wed, 5:15-6:15pm 244600.A
Location: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St Instructor: Dance Dimensions
Fee: $125 resident/$156.25 non-resident Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $135 resident/$168.75 non-resident
Pre-Ballet & Tap
A fun class for the child whose Pre-Ballet
feet are always moving. This class & Tumbling
will introduce students-the basic A highly recommended,
techniques of tap and ballet, as energetic class for the
well as rhythm and coordination. beginning of dance
Tap shoes and ballet shoes are technique for the young
necessary, as well as appropriate student. Basic tumbling,
apparel. NO Class: 03/29 ballet technique and
4-5 yrs: Jan 11-Mar 15, Fri, creative movement will
be the emphasis of this
class. Ballet shoes and
144501.F appropriate attire needed
Mar 22-May 31*, Fri, for class. No class 3/29
9:45-10:30am 4-5 yrs: Jan 11-Mar 15, Fri, 10:30-11:15am 144502.A
244501.F Mar 22-May 31*, Fri, 10:30-11:15am 244502.A
Location: Dance Dimensions, Location: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St
638 Main St Fee: $125 resident/$156.25 non-resident
Fee: $125 resident/$156.25 non-resident
Lil Dancing Dynamite
Creative Movement Come and enjoy this high energy, introductory class-different
Explore basic concepts of rhythm and movement through styles of music and dance. We focus on the basics of ballet,
imagination, music and games. Strengthen bodies and develop jazz techniques and Hip Hop. Last class performance for
coordination and flexibility to get ready for the next level of parents. No class 3/27
4-6 yrs: Jan 9-Mar 13, Wed, 4:15-5:15pm 144503.A1
3-5 yrs: Thurs, 10-10:45am Mar 20-May 29*, Wed, 4:15-5:15pm 244503.A
Jan 17-Mar 21 $125 res/$156.25 non-res 144521.A Instructor: Dance Dimensions
Apr 4-May 30 $113 res/$141.25 non-res 244521.A Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Location: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St Fee: $135 resident/$168.75 non-resident

Shotokan Karate Strider Glider Wednesday
Shotokan karate training helps increase physical fitness, Looking for a safe, comfortable, and contained space for your
confidence, improved motor skills, flexibility, speed, child to use their strider glider? Join us on select Wednesdays
concentration, discipline & personal safety. Jan & Feb sessions for parent/child time in the gym to stride away along our fun
begin with the number “1” courses! A limited number of loaner striders are available.
6 & up: Tue & Thurs, 6:40-7:40pm 2-5 yrs: Wednesday, 9:30-10:30am 145450 & 245450
Jan 3-31*; Feb 5-28*; Mar 5-26; Apr 2-30; May 2-30 Dates: Jan 9, Feb 13, Mar 13, Apr 10
Instructor: Budo Shotokan, Sensei Chad Callaghan Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Long Peak Ave
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Fee: $6 per child
Youth Fee: $70 resident/$87.50 non-resident 245253
Adult Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident 245254 Your Community, Your Life! 39
Coach Susahnn and other fantastic coaches will use their decades of experience competing jump rope world-wide to share their
love of jumping rope. Coach Susahnn, former camp counselor and Playworks Coach, has been jumping rose since she was 5 and
competed in over 100 competitions world-wide. Instructor: Sushann Valente Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave

Intro to Jump Rope 4-8 Years Jump Rope Team
This fundamental jump rope class will positively engage All jumping levels welcome. Focus on developing skills to
children through imaginary adventures while practicing balance combine and link to form performance and competition
and coordination. Rope included with first session. Wear routines. *NO Class: 1/21, 2/18
comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. *NO Class: 1/21, 2/18. 7-18 yrs: Jan 7-28*, Mon, 4:20-5:50pm 146211.01
4-8 yrs: Jan 7-28*, Mon, 3:30-4:15pm 145440.01 Feb 4-25*, Mon, 4:20-5:50pm 146211.02
Feb 4-25*, Mon, 3:30-4:15pm 145440.02 Mar 4-18, Mon, 4:20-5:50pm 246211.03
Mar 4-18, Mon, 3:30-4:15pm 245440.03 May 6-20, Mon, 4:20-5:50pm 246211.05
May 6-20, Mon, 3:30-4:15pm 245440.05 Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Fee: $29 resident/$36.25 non-resident Apr 1-22, Mon, 4:20-5:50pm 246211.04
4-8 yrs: Apr 1-22, Mon, 3:30-4:15pm 245440.04 Fee: $65 resident/$81.25 non-resident
Fee: $39 resident/$48.75 non-resident
Jump Rope Mini Camp Saturdays
Jump Rope Fun Workout for Youth New and experienced jumpers move through multiple styles of
Great for general exercise or cross train your sport with the jumping. Rope included with first session.
most aerobic playground activity that increases teamwork and 7-18 yrs: Feb 2, Sat, 1-3pm 146213.03
coordination. All abilities welcome. Mar 2, Sat, 1-3pm 246213.03
8-18 yrs: Jan 9-30, Wed, 5-6pm 146212.01 Apr 20, Sat, 1-3pm 246213.04
Feb 6-27, Wed, 5-6pm 146212.02 Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Apr 3-24, Wed, 5-6pm 246212.04
May 1-22, Wed, 5-6pm 246212.05
Fee: $50 resident/$62.50 non-resident
8-18 yrs: Mar 6-20, Wed, 5-6pm 246212.03
Fee: $37.50 resident/$46.75 non-resident

TumbleStars For kids 1-6 years, each class is 35 minutes. One child per adult in the parent/child classes.
All classes held at the St Vrain Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Ave.
TumbleStars Tot TumbleStars Active Warrior
Enjoy one-on-one time with Develop basic gymnastics skills while having Run, jump and ROLL over obstacles just like
your child while they learn fun. Hop, run and trot through the obstacles your favorite ninjas on TV! Boys and girls learn
basic tumbling skills on courses. Trampoline, balance beam, bars, vault awesome skills like ninja rolls, window escapes
the mats, trampoline, bars, and mat work will increase body awareness, and dragon tails while focusing their energy
beam and vault. coordination and strength. and being… KIDS!

Times Jan Feb Mar
Wednesday 1/9-1/30 2/6-2/27 3/6-4/3** **no class 3/27 & 3/28
35res/$43.75non $35res/$43.75non $35res/$43.75non
3/4 9:15-9:50am 145170.01 145170.02 245170.03 No Wednesday classes
after April 3 until June.
Tot 10:00-10:35am 145160.01 145160.02 245160.03 No Thursday May classes;
4/5 10:45-11:20am 145172.01 145172.02 245172.03 classes resume in June.
3/4 4:30-5:05pm 145173.01 145173.02 245173.03
Tot 5:15-5:50pm 145164.01 145164.02 245164.03
5/6 6:00-6:35pm 145179.01 145179.02 245179.03 Apr

Thursday 1/10-1/31 2/7-2/28 3/7-4/4** 4/11-5/2
$35res/$43.75non $35res/$43.75non $35res/$43.75non $35res/$43.75non
AW 3-5 9:15-9:50am 145174.01 145174.02 245174.03 245174.04
3/4 10:00-10:35am 145175.01 145175.02 245175.03 245175.04
Tot 10:45-11:20am 145181.01 145181.02 245181.03 245181.04
5/6 4:30-5:05pm 145150.01 145150.02 245150.03 245150.04
3/4 5:15-5:50pm 145171.01 145171.02 245171.03 245171.04
Tot 6:00-6:35pm 145161.01 145161.02 245161.03 245161.04

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Sewing: Cross Body Bag Basic Drawing and Cartooning
Learn to sew a simple yet stylish cross body shoulder purse Learn basic drawing skills with a pencil and charcoal. Create
with a contrasting lining and patch pocket on the outside. Bring cartoon characters and practice making that character move and
supply list materials. Bring own sewing machine or borrow one change expressions. Supply list on receipt. *NO Class: 2/18
from instructor. 8-13 yrs: Jan 28-Mar 11*, Mon, 4:45-6pm 146385.A
8-15 yrs: Feb 9, Sat, 9am-1pm 146153.01 Instructor: Gretchen Norwalk
Locataion: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Apr 27, Sat, 2-5pm 246153.02 Fee: $54 resident/$67.50 non-resident
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Cathy Georgerian Art: Multi Media Art with Paper
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Come check out this fine arts multi media approach to
papercrafting. Learn how to make interesting boxes and other
Sewing: Stuffed Pillow three D designs using the interesting papers available on the
Learn some sewing basics while making a simple stuffed 13” market today. Supply list on receipt.
doll: your choice of a bunny, puppy, or owl. Learn how to sew on 9-14 yrs: Mar 13-Apr 17, Wed, 4:45-5:45pm 246352.A
buttons and applique by hand and machine. Bring own sewing Instructor: Gretchen Norwalk
machine and sewing supplies or borrow one from instructor. Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
8-15 yrs: Apr 24, Wed, 4-7:30pm 246450.04 Fee: $43 resident/$53.75 non-resident
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
8-15 yrs: Mar 6, Wed, 4-7:30pm 246450.03
Learn to Make Soy Candles
Perfect DIY class for anyone looking to make natural body
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
products to use at home or give away as gifts. Learn tips and
Instructor: Cathy Georgerian
recipes you need to make your very own natural candles and
create one take home!
Learn to Knit
This course is for absolute beginners. By the end of the two 8-17 yrs: Mar 5, Tue, 6-7:30pm 246440.01
classes you will have a warm and beautiful scarf that you will be Apr 2, Tue, 6-7:30pm 246440.02
proud to wear. Plan to knit between classes. Obtain materials Location: Magic Fairy Candles, 634 Main St
list upon registration. Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
12 & up: Jan 10 & 24, Thurs, 6-8pm 147415.01
Feb 2 & 16, Sat, 9-11am 147415.02 JESTERS THEATRE
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St Great classes for both beginner and experienced actors. For
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident the Play and Musical, must be able to attend both performances
to enroll. For show descriptions, see
Learn to Spin Wool Using a Drop Spindle Location: Jesters Theatre, 224 Main St
Try making your own yarn! It's portable, fun, & affordable. Bring
your own spindle or purchase one at Longmont Yarn Shoppe. Royal Rousers Theatre
Roving provided. A great class of theatre games and improvisation. A terrific way
to initiate children to the stage! *NO Class: 3/30.
12 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 10am-12pm 147410.A
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St 5-9 yrs: Jan 12-Feb 16, Sat, 11am-12pm 146350.01
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Feb 23-Apr 6*, Sat, 11am-12pm 146350.02
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
Punch Needle Rug Hooking
Learn the basics of punch needly rug hooking to make a small The Royal Trouvers Play
coaster. All materials are provided, you just need to come ready An upbeat, whimsical romp of a fantasy also holds a gentle
to give it a try! message about the nature of kindness.
5-18 yrs: Tue & Wed, 4-6pm
10 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 2-3:30pm 147411.01
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St The Elves & The Shoemaker Jan 15-Feb 20 146380.01
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident Fee: $275 resident/$343.75 non-resident

The Royal Troubadours Musical
Crochet for Kids Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson take charge, blending humor,
Learn how to crochet fun and easy projects such as lanyards, mystery and music in this action-packed story. *NO Class: 3/26
bookmarkers, or wristbands. $10 materials fee includes yarn, 5-18 yrs: Tue & Wed, 4-6pm
crochet and patterns. Optional book an additional $10.
Lady Dither’s Ghost Feb 26-Apr 10* 246381.03
8-13 yrs: Mar 19, Tue, 5:30-7:30pm 246480.03 Fee: $275 resident/$343.75 non-resident
Instructor: Debby Telfer
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave The Crown's Characters
Fee: $15 resident/$18.75 non-resident A class emphasizing acting technique, focusing on spontaneity,
+ $10 materials fee creativity, improvisation, and honesty. *NO Class: 2/5
Find more
Yarn Crafting 11 & up:
Jan 15-Feb 26*, Tue, 6-7pm
$75 resident/$93.75 non-resident

for Youth
ages 12 & up on page 52 (knit & crochet classes). Your Community, Your Life! 41

Holiday Homemade for Kids Sewing: Quilt and Pillow Workshop
Use an array of premium materials & supplies to create Create a nine patch quilt and matching pillow with pre-cut fabric
personalized picture frames, holiday ornaments, advent blocks cut from bold and colorful prints and solid fabrics. Learn
calendars and MUCH MORE! Visit how to put in a zipper, how to quilt, and finish your masterpiece.
angiesmithtill/winter-break-artcamp/for a sneak peak of projects! Bring sack lunch each day.
5-10 yrs: Dec 21, Fri, 9am-2pm 145465.01 8-15 yrs: Mar 25 & 26, Mon & Tue, 9am-4pm 246152.03
Instructor: Happy Space Studios Instructor: Cathy Georgerian
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
+ $20 materials fee
Sewing: Holiday Break Sewing Camp
Have fun making different projects: a pair of pajama style lounge Harry Potter Magical Engineering with Legos
pants, a stuffed rag doll, a pillow case, and a cuddle sized quilt. Explore the magic of Harry Potter using LEGOS! Find Platform
Material needed, supply liston receipt. Bring a sack lunch. 9 3/4, build Hogwarts Express Train, work cooperatively to
8-15 yrs: Dec 27-29, Thurs-Sat, 9am-4pm 446150.12 construct the mysterious Hogwarts Castle, and soar on the wings
Instructor: Cathy Georgerian of a Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon. Travel to a world of wizardry
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave and hone your magical skills while learning about Muggle STEM
Fee: $130 resident/$162.50 non-resident concepts.
+ $20 materials fee 6-11 yrs: Mar 25-27, Mon-Wed, 9am-12pm 245449.03
Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies
Minecraft Engineering Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build Fee: $108 resident/$135 non-resident
engineer-designed projects such as a motorized Creeper, a
portal to the Nether, and a moving Minecart! Whether you are
new to Minecraft and LEGO or a seasoned veteran, you will be
hooked on the endless creative possibilities.
6-12 yrs: Jan 3-4, Thurs & Fri, 9am-12pm 146194.01
Instructor: Playwell TEKnologies
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident

Art Around the World
Get inspired by different cultures and traditions as well as
famous artists around the world and throughout time. Create
artwork based on Master Artists like Van Gogh and Degas.
Explore different mediums such as pastels, watercolors and
acrylics. Explore, get messy and have fun!
5-10 yrs: Jan 21, Mon, 9am-2pm 145460.01
Instructor: Happy Space Studios
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Adventure & Exploration at Sandstone Ranch
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident Let’s get’em outside! Enjoy exploration and adventure with
+ $10 materials fee streams, ponds, fort building & tinfoil boats building and
racing in the stream! We'll get messy, make friends, & just be
Mad Messy Science and Art kids! If the weather is cold we’ll alternate activities indoors and
Mad Scientists are taking over the craft room! During this day of outdoors.
science fun, craft potions, make messes with art and more! Make 5-10 yrs: Mon-Fri, 9am-12pm
sure to bring your thinking caps and leave your fancy clothes at
Spring Break Adventure: Mar 25-29 246460.04
Fee: $155 resident/$168.75 non-resident
4-7 yrs: Feb 18, Mon, 9am-2pm 145461.01
Instructor: Happy Space Studios 5-10 yrs: Mon, 9am-2pm
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Outdoors Adventures: Apr 29 246460.03
Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident Fee: $55 resident/$68.75 non-resident
+ $10 materials fee
Instructor: Happy Space Studios
Location: SSR Visitor Center, 3001 Sandstone Dr

See page 20 for
Athletic Winter
42 Winter/Spring 2019 & Spring Break Camps.

New! Climbing Collective Camps
A day off from school means a chance to climb, an opportunity to do something different, meet new friends or hang with the
crew at the Longmont Climbing Collective. Bring a snack and, for full day, packed lunch.
Instructor: Longmont Climbing Collective Location: Longmont Climbing Co, 33 S Pratt Pkwy Ste 300

Day Off School Camps Holiday Camps
6-15 yrs: Dec 21, Fri, 9am-3pm 446687.1A 6-15 yrs: 9am-12pm Winter Break 146688
Feb 15, Fri, 9am-3pm 246887.1A Days: Dec 26 Wed; Dec 27 Thurs; or Dec 28 Fri
Feb 18, Mon, 9am-3pm 246887.1B Jan 2 Wed; Jan 3 Thurs; or Jan 4 Fri
Daily Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
May 24, Fri, 9am-3pm 246887.1C
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident 6-9 yrs: Fri, 9am-3pm Winter Break 146688
Days: Dec 26 Wed; Dec 27 Thurs; or Dec 28 Fri
6-15 yrs: Dec 21, Fri, 9am-12pm 446687.C Jan 2 Wed; Jan 3 Thurs; or Jan 4 Fri
Feb 15, Fri, 9am-12pm 246887.A Location: Longmont Climbing Co, 33 S Pratt Pkwy Ste
Feb 18, Mon, 9am-12pm 246887.B 6-15 yrs: 9am-3pm Spring Break 246688
Days: Mar 25 Mon; Mar 26 Tue; Mar 27 Wed;
May 24, Fri, 9am-12pm 246887.C Mar 28 Thurs; or Mar 29 Fri
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident Daily Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
6-15 yrs: 9am-12pm Spring Break 246688
Days: Mar 25 Mon; Mar 26 Tue; Mar 27 Wed;
Mar 28 Thurs; or Mar 29 Fri
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident

A scaled-back version of the Summer Day Camp featuring
games and activities to ease into the summer routine. Includes
swimming at Sunset Pool on Friday.
Ages 5*-13: May 28-31, Tue-Fri, 7am-6pm
Daily Fee: $42.50 resident/ $53 non-resident

Longmont Summer Day Camp
Activity-based traditional summer camp
with swimming twice a week, weekly
field trips to various parks throughout
Longmont Recreation Services offers state-licensed summer Longmont, and optional add-on
day care for youth ages 5* to 13 (*5 year olds must have enrichment activities available for an
completed kindergarten). With a single family registration fee, additional fee. Open registration begins
youth are able to attend either camp as their age allows. Once February 1.
registered, enrolling for the Longmont Summer Day Camp *5 year olds must have completed
and Tween LOCO camp is as easy as selecting the days you kindergarten.
are interested in. Enroll early knowing that you will be able to
change dates until May 1 without a $5 change fee assessed per Ages 5*-10: June 3-Aug 2,
date. No sure when you will need days? You can enroll as you Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm
go: daily registrations are accepted on a space available basis Daily Fee: $42.50 resident/ $53 non-resident
until 4pm the day before. Weekly Fee (5 days x $42.50/day) = $212.50 resident/
$265 non-resident
Please note: as state-licensed programs, a competed
enrollment packet (including immunization record, photo,
height and weight) is required a minimum of 7 days PRIOR to Tween LOCO
attendance. Save money and register prior to April 15. For all Experiential-based summer camp utilizing local opportunities
forms and other detailed information such as weekly themes and camper input. **Wrap around care before/after is available.
and daily activities, see . Open registration begins February 1.
Ages 11-13: June 3-Aug 2, Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm**
Registration Fee:
Daily Fee: $44 resident/ $55 non-resident
Feb 1 to Apr 15: $45 resident / $56.25 non-res family
Weekly Fee (5 days x $44/day) = $220 resident/
After Apr 15: $65 resident/ $75 non-res family
$275 non-resident.

Your Community, Your Life! 43
Basic Fly Tying
Learn to tie your own flies that work in Colorado and across the
Western US. The class covers a dozen fly patterns that utilize
basic fly tying techniques. Supplies included.
14 & up: Feb 19-Mar 12, Tue, 6-9pm 147712.02
Instructor: Laughing Grizzly
Location: Laughing Grizzly Fly, 10675 Ute Highway
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
+ $25 materials fee

Fishing for Trout: What Fly Do I Use?
Knowing what fly to use is part of becoming a successful fly
angler. This class covers aquatic insect lifecycles, flies that
hatch, and basic fishing setups. Great class for those new to
Colorado or who are new to using flies when fishing.
16 & up: Apr 16, Tue, 6-9:30pm 247711.04
Instructor: Dick Shinton
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave Pony Power
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Learn horsemanship skills, leadership, trust and confidence with
a horse. Build self-awareness, problem solving and team work
in a safe and fun atmosphere. We'll cover grooming, saddling,
equipment, anatomy, games on horseback, riding styles,
educational projects and "horsework" homework.
8-14 yrs: Jan 20-Mar 10, Sun, 1-4pm 146906.01
Apr 7-May 26, Sun, 1-4pm 246906.04
Location: Horses Make Miracles Equine Facility,
13770 Davis Lane, Longmont
Fee: $240 resident/$300 non-resident

Tracking Urban Animal
Join this educational walking tour along Longmont's multi-use
trail. Longmont is home to many wild creatures, including twelve
endangered or threatened species. You may never see them,
but you can learn to read the tracks and signs of many of the
amazing animals in our area. Great for individuals and families.
Registration fee includes up to two children with a paying adult.
16 & up: Apr 28, Sun, 1-3pm 246170.A
Instructor: Erin Angel
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Fee: $8 resident/$10 non-resident
Fly Fishing in Colorado
Learn about fly fishing locations around Colorado. Covers Hunter Safety
rivers, streams, tailwaters and lakes across the state with an Get the Hunter Education Certificate you need to buy a hunting
emphasis on trout fishing. Lecture covers basic equipment, fish license by taking this class. This class provides students with a
species and useful fly patterns. solid foundation in shooting sports and emphasizes safety, ethics
and care of wildlife. Non-hunters welcome. Contact instructor,
16 & up: May 6, Mon, 6-7:30pm 247714.05 Michael, to register at 303-747-2827 or
May 20, Mon, 6-7:30pm 247714.5B
Instructor: Laughing Grizzly All ages: Feb 23 & 24, Sat & Sun, 8am-5pm
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Fee: $10

Fly Fishing Basics: Learn To Fly Fish Hike: Woods Quarry Hike
Try to fool fish with fur, foam and feather imitations of the Follow naturalist Suzanne Michot to one of the historic Lyons
things they eat. Learn about equipment, types of flies for sandstone quarries within the City of Boulder Open Space
various fish species, and rigging your rod and flies for lake and Mountain Parks. Find out about this unique place and the
stream fishing. Includes a basic casting lesson. Taught by the interesting plants and animals of the area! The hike is approx.
experts at Laughing Grizzly Fly Shop, equipment provided 3 miles round trip with a 700 ft elevation gain.
14 & up: Apr 28, Sun, 3:30-6:30pm 247716.02 18 & up: Apr 27, Sat, 1:30-3:30pm 247944.4
Location: SSR Visitor Center, 3001 Sandstone Drive Location: Chautauqua Dining Hall, 900 Baseline Rd
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident

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Intro to Snowshoeing
This course is designed for people who are new or beginning
snowshoers and are interested in learning about equipment,
clothing, techniques and places to snowshoe.
18 & up: Jan 10, Thurs, 6:30- 9pm 147921.1
Instructor: Jim Dlouhy
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident

Snowshoe Tour Peaceful Valley Tour
Join this valuable seminar geared for people who are new or
beginning snowshoers and are interested in learning about
equipment, clothing, techniques, and places to snowshoe.
Participants responsible for own transportation, snowshoes and poles.
18 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 8am-3pm 147924.1
Instructor: Jim Dlouhy
Location: Peaceful Valley
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident


Climbing Technique Session Dates:
Classes for All Ages Jan 7-Feb 7; Feb 11-Mar 14; or Apr 4-May 2†
These classes cover climbing safety 6-9 years: Child Beginner: Mon or Tue 5-6pm 117346
and explore a variety of basic Child Intermediate: Wed 6-7pm 117346
techniques to aide in increasing the
climber’s skill level. Intermediate 10-14 yrs: Youth Beginner: Mon 6-7pm 117347
and advanced classes extend these Youth Intermediate: Wed 7-8pm 117347
skills. If you are unsure which class 6-14 yrs: Child/Youth Advanced: Thurs 6:30-7:30pm 117347
would be appropriate, please check
Fee: $55 resident/$69 non-resident
with the climbing wall staff. It may be
advised to do a class level more than 15 to adult: Adult Beginner: Tue 6-7pm 117344
once! †April session code begins Fee: $71 resident/$89 non-resident
with a “2”. Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd

Learn to Belay Clinic Personal Climbing Training
Learn the PBUS top-rope belay technique, gear use, commands Can’t attend a scheduled climbing class or want individualized
and safety. Repeatable. Once belay certified you can belay your instruction? For information or to schedule, email
partner when wall is open. Pay at the front desk and bring your
receipt to the climbing wall.
All ages: By Appointment Only-1 hour sessions
15 to Adult: Ongoing, Friday 6-8 pm Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
Daily fee: $33 resident/$42 non-resident Fee: One Participant Two participant
1 Session $32 res/$40 non-res $42 res/$52 non-res
Bouldering Technique Classes for All Ages 5 Sessions $135 res/$169 non-res $185/$231 non-res
These classes expand your skills to the world of Bouldering.
Bouldering is non ropes climbing done under 12 feet “across” Parent-Child Climbing Class
the rock. Learn specific bouldering safety including how to spot This class introduces very young children to the world of rock
another climber and safely “fall” off the rock. *No class 2/16. climbing! Children learn basic climbing techniques. Parents

April session code begins with a “2”. learn about safety and encouraging their young climbers.
(NOTE: This is NOT a technique course for adults.)
Session Dates: *No class 2/16 or 2/17
Jan 5-Feb 7; Feb 9-Mar 16*; or Apr 7-May 4† 3-5 years: Sat or Sun, 9-10am
6-9 years: Child: Thurs, 5-5:45pm 117349 Sessions: Jan 5-Feb 3 or Feb 9-Mar 17* 117345
10-14 yrs: Youth: Thurs, 5:45-6:30pm 117349 Apr 7-May 5 217345
Fee: $52 resident/$65 non-resident Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd
15 to adult: Adult: Sat, 9-10am 117349 Fee: $55 resident/$69 non-resident
Fee: $68 resident/$85 non-resident
Location: Longmont Recreation Center, 310 Quail Rd Your Community, Your Life! 45
Aerial Dance Class Adults Beginning Ballet for Adults
Dance in the air with a combination of aerial silks, circus arts, Adults of all ages who are new or returning to ballet will enjoy
and theatrical dance techniques. Climbs foot wraps, kneehooks this introduction to fundamentals of ballet technique in a fun,
and inversions condition, challenge and engage every muscle supportive environment. Whether your goal is to learn about
in your body. Wear yoga/jazz pants with leotard or fitted shirt. ballet or incorporate ballet into your fitness routine, this class is
NO Class 3/26 & 4/23. for you. *NO Class: 3/28 &4/25
18 & up: Jan 15-Mar 5, Tue, 7:30-8:30pm 144750.A 18 & up: Jan 17-Mar 7, Thurs, 7-8:30pm 144745.A
Mar 12-May 14, Tue, 7:30-8:30pm 144750.A Mar 14-May 16, Thurs, 7-8:30pm 244745.A
Location: Longmont Dance Theatre Academy, 1422 Nelson Rd Location: Longmont Dance Theatre Academy, 1422 Nelson Rd
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident

Come learn basic hula steps, as well as ancient and modern
hula dances. Hula is a holistic form of dance that incorporates
physical, spiritual, musical, cultural and linguistic elements. These dance classes are not JUST are fun and easy, they are
*NO Class: 3/28 great for the mind and heart as well! We will start with the
16 & up: Jan 17-Feb 21, Thurs, 6:15-7:15pm 144760.01 basics, working on the movements at an easy-to-follow pace.
Singles and couples welcome; no experience is necessary.
Feb 28-Apr 11*, Thurs, 6:15-7:15pm 144760.02
Fee is per person.
Instructor: Laelae Sundberg
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident
Adult Hip Hop
A fun, energetic, non-threatening class for adults. This class East Coast Swing
offers a getaway to "rock out" to funky music and explore hip- East Coast Swing/Jive can be done to a wide variety of music
hop movement. Come and join the fun! including Country, Rhythm and Blues and popular music. Learn
basic steps and variations as well as some steps that will get
18 & up: Tue, 7:30-8:30pm
you noticed on the dance floor.
Jan 15-Mar 19 $135 res/$166.25 non-res 144735.A
16 & up: Jan 18-Feb 8, Fri, 7-8pm 144710.A
Apr 2-May 28 $122 res/$152.50 non-res 244735.A
Location: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St Apr 5-26, Fri, 7-8pm 244710.A

Basic Tap for Beginning Latin Dance
Try Latin Dancing If you are looking for new dance moves or
Adults to spice up your relationship! Learn the lively Salsa, romantic
A great class for Rumba, and versatile Cha Cha. Dance to a wide variety of
those who love music while working on the follow and lead.
music and rhythm.
It's never too late 16 & up: Jan 18-Feb 8, Fri, 8-9pm 144705.A
to learn to dance!
Come join in Country Dancing
these fun, non- Get ready for the Country dance floor! Learn all the basics for
threatening classes, Texas Two-Step and Triple Step as well as some couples dances
starting with the like Cowboy Cha-Cha and Waltz Across Texas. Grab your boots
basics and giving a and come join us.
good foundations
16 & up: Feb 15-Mar 8, Fri, 7-8pm 144715.A
to build on. Tap shoes required - call 303-772-3750 for more
information. * NO Class: 3/27 Apr 5-26, Fri, 7-8pm 244715.A
18 & up: Dance Dimensions, instructing
Basic Tap: Thurs, 10:45-11:45am Wedding Dance
Are you getting ready for an upcoming wedding or cruise? Learn
Jan 17-Mar 21 $135 res/$168.75 nr 144736.A
the basics of the elegant Waltz and the smooth Foxtrot– two of
Apr 4-May 30 $122 res/$152.50 nr 244736.A the most popular Wedding dances. If you have a song to dance
Location: Dance Dimensions, 638 Main St to, please bring it to class on a CD. No experience necessary.
Beginning/Continuing Tap: Wed, 6:15-7:15pm 16 & up: Mar 15-22, Fri, 7-9pm 244731.A
Jan 9-Mar 13 $135 res/$168.75 nr 144737.A May 3-10, Fri, 7-9pm 244731.B
Mar 20-May 29* $122 res/$152.50 nr 244737.A
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave

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Salsa Dance
Fun and energetic! The Salsa is a nice moving dance, with a
fair amount of turns and partnership interaction. Learn to lead
and follow all while having fun and feeling confident after each
class. Wear comfortable shoes that slide well on the floor.
Fee is per person.
16 & up: Feb 15-Mar 8, Fri, 8-9pm 144725.A
Instructor: Casablanca Dance Studio
Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $45 resident/$56.25 non-resident

Beginning Ballroom for Couples
Come learn the fundamentals of ballroom dance while having
fun with your partner (everyone dances with the partner they
came with--no partner rotation). Couples learn basic lead and
follow techniques and fundamental body mechanics in four
dances. Fee is per couple.
14 & up: Wed, 7:30-8:30pm
Sessions: Jan 16-Feb 6 or Feb 13-Mar 6 144700
Mar 13-Apr 3 or Apr 17-May 8 244700
Instructor: Christian Thierens
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $120 resident/$150 non-resident

Personal Safety Awareness Alive at 25
Class covers: Awareness theory, stalking methods used by Alive at 25 is a driver’s awareness course designed by the
predators, common myths regarding where and when we are national Safety Council for young drivers. Designed to be
safe, home safety tips, traveling safety tips & easily obtained an early intervention program, the class helps prevent traffic
tools that can be used for your defense. Some simple and violations, collisions, and/or fatalities. Registration is through
effective defensive techniques are taught. Class is taught by Alive@25 on the website or at 720-269-4046.
Longmont Police Officers.
15-24 yrs: Saturday, 8am-12:30pm
13 & up: Feb 12, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm 147110.A Dates: Dec 15; Jan 19; Feb 16; Mar 16; Apr 20; or May 18
Apr 9, Tue, 6:30-8:30pm 247110.04 Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Tori Bellah Fee: $39 driver permit/$79 court ordered
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $8 resident/$10 non-resident

Car Maintenance 101
Take a "tour" of what is under the hood of your car. Learn
about fluids and proper up keep, belts and hoses, and what to
look for with wear and tear including leaks. Also, the class with
teach you about proper tire pressure and tread.
15 & up: Jan 26, Sat, 10am-12pm 147660.01
Feb 23, Sat, 10am-12pm 147660.02
Apr 6, Sat, 10am-12pm 247660.03
Location: Best Auto Longmont, 1840 Delaware Place Unit C
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident Your Community, Your Life! 47
In a single easy session, complete a will, financial power of
attorney, and combined medical directive (including living
will, medical power of attorney, and organ donation) with the
help of attorney Rebecca L. Bennetti and her staff. Includes
witnessing, notarizing, individual review and plenty of time
for discussion and questions. $30 materials fee payable to the
Instructor at the class. Couples must have individual wills.
18 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 1-4pm 147125.01
Jan 29, Tue, 6-9pm 147125.1A
Feb 19, Tue, 6-9pm 147125.02
Mar 9, Sat, 1-4pm 247125.03
Mar 19, Tue, 1-4pm 247125.A
Apr 23, Tue, 6-9pm 247125.04
May 11, Sat, 1-4pm 247125.05
May 21, Tue, 1-4pm 247125.5B
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $100 resident/$125 non-resident
Presented by a Better Way Realty. Call Jim Flint at 303-759- + $30 materials fee
2222 with questions. Jim Flint, CRS, has 30 years’ experience
with real estate in five states. How Psychic Are You?
Instructor: Jim Flint Better Way Realty Everyone has a ‘sixth’ sense, or innate psychic abilities. Identify
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave your own personal level of sensitivity and provide practical
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident + $20 materials fee ways to develop or enhance your ability to utilize your own
special gift.
Alternatives to Traditional Real Estate Investing 15 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 1-4pm 147166.01
There is a world of options out there: commercial property,
assisted living homes, partnerships and more! Learn how to Jan 26, Sat, 1-4pm 147166.02
create a business plan for your investment, including financing Instructor: Dori Spence
options, management, and the formulas you need to measure Location: Red Apple Education, 2051 Terry St Suite A & B
your ROI. Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
18 & up: Mar 5, Tue, 6-9:15pm 247121.04

Managing Your Rental Property
Learn how to screen your prospective tenants and keep the
bad ones out. Be aware of “dos and don’ts when dealing with
tenants. Included is a copy of a lease used in over 400 housing
18 & up: Mar 7, Thurs, 6-9:15pm 247122.03
May 16, Thurs, 6-9:15pm 247122.05

Fundamentals of Real Estate Investing
Learn how to get 15% or more return on your money. We cover
1031 Exchanges, how to reduce income taxes and buying
foreclosure homes. Get immediate cash flow! Learn how to
invest in cash flow mini-storages. An individual meeting with
the instructor is included.
18 & up: May 14, Tue, 6-9:15pm 247120.04
Wisdom of the Tarot
First Time Home Buyers In this workshop, learn how the time -honored wisdom of the
Tired of paying rent? Considering purchasing your own home Tarot can inspire participants to make positive life choices in
but don’t know where to start? Learn about the home buying alignment with your Destiny. Includes a ‘take home’ personal
process from start to finish and how you can purchase a home reading.
with little to no money down. You too can own your own home.
16 & up: Feb 9, Sat, 1-4pm 147165.02
18 & up: Jan 22, Tue, 6-7:30pm 147124.01 Mar 16, Sat, 1-4pm 147165.03
Feb 23, Sat, 10-11:30am 147124.02 Instructor: Dori Spence
Instructor: Laura Chittick Location: Red Apple Education, 2051 Terry St Suite A & B
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Fee: $10 resident/$12.50 non-resident

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Developing and Trusting Your Intuition Soul Mating vs. Social Dating
Intuition is your own internal GPS which research has shown Gain insights into current social trends in relationships. Receive
to be programmed to direct you down your own personal practical "tips" on how to tell when you have found a true Soul
designed path or destiny. Learn how to tune into your intuition Mate, maybe just a social companion, compatible roommate,
consciously and be able to recognize external signs and signals or none of the above.
as well as interpret personal message. 18 & up: Feb 4 & 5, Mon & Tue, 7-9pm 147186.02
12 & up: Feb 23, Sat, 1-4pm 147167.01 Mar 18 & 19, Mon & Tue, 7-9pm 147186.03
Instructor: Dori Spence Instructor: Dori Spence
Location: Red Apple Education, 2051 Terry St Suite A & B Location: Red Apple Education, 2051 Terry St Suite A & B
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident

Living Your Purpose Audiobook Narration
Explore methods of discovering one's Soul Identity as Learn where audiobook narration work is found! Discover
encoded in personal DNA -Divine Natural Attributes -including what audiobook writers and producers expect. Practice basic
personality identification, as well as innate talents and skills story telling skills. Learn to develop characters for animation,
which will better clarify one's own destiny or life purpose. video games and narration. Discuss how the audiobook
16 & up: Mar 30, Sat, 1-4pm 247175.03 industry works, time management and audiobook voice acting
Location: Red Apple Education, 2051 Terry St Suite A & B preparation.
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident 16 & up: Feb 5, Tue, 6:30-8pm 147197.02
Apr 30, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247197.02
Instructor: Rachel Alena
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $38 resident/$47.50 non-resident

Introduction to Voice Over
The Insiders Guide to Voice-Over Success! Learn how to get
started in the voice over industry from a working voice talent.
Topics such as industry background, what producers are
looking for and copy reading techniques. Practice narration to
help you discover the power of your voice!
18 & up: Jan 22, Tue, 6:30-8pm 147196.M1
Mar 26, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247196.M1
May 14, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247196.M2
Instructor: Rachel Alena
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $38 resident/$47.50 non-resident

Learning a language is learning a culture. Have fun building conversational Spanish while exploring the rich works of Spanish
speaking painters and musicians and/or cultural facts.
Instructor: Kenna Guttridge
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave
Materials Fee: $7 payable to instructor at 1st class

Spanish 101 Beginners Spanish 201 Conversation
For those with little Spanish experience. For those with advanced beginner/ intermediate Spanish.
16 & up: Tue, 6:30-7:30pm 16 & up: Thurs, 6:30-7:30pm
Jan 8-29 $40 res/$50 non-res 147156.01 Jan 10-31 $40 res/$50 non-res 147158.01
Feb 5-26 $40 res/$50 non-res 147156.02 Feb 7-28 $40 res/$50 non-res 147158.02
Mar 5-19* $30 res/$37.50 non-res 247156.03 Mar 7-21 $30 res/$37.50 non-res 247158.03
Apr 2-23 $40 res/$50 non-res 247156.04 Apr 11-25 $40 res/$50 non-res 247158.04
May 7-21* $40 res/$50 non-res 247156.05 May 2-16* $30 res/$37.50 non-res 247158.05 Your Community, Your Life! 49
Start with the basics:
AND THERAPY learn how to tune
If you can talk -you can the guitar, play
drum. These classes are basic chords and
fun, easy and accessible accompaniment
to anyone regardless of patterns in a fun group
age or physical condition. setting. Students are
The Djembe drum from to furnish their own acoustic guitar.
West Africa is the drum 17 & up: Feb 21-Mar 28, Thurs, 7:30-8:30pm 147310.01
of choice and drums are Instructor: Mike Tolle
provided. Location: St Vrain Memorial Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Instructor: Gregg Hansen Fee: $48 resident/$60 non-resident + $10 materials fee
Location: Izaak Walton
Clubhouse, 18 S Sunset
Ukuleles and Songwriting
Ukuleles are fun to learn and the perfect vehicle to express
Beginning Drumming yourself creatively through songwriting. Learn the basics of
Simple rhythms are presented slowly and patiently. ukulele and songwriting. Taught by local, experienced K-12
16 & up: Sat, 10-11am teacher, and award-winning songwriter, John Mieras. Come join
Sessions: Jan 12 & 26; Feb 9 & 23 147330 a growing community of Ukulele players and songwriters.
Mar 9 & 23; Apr 13 & 27: May 4 & 18 247330 Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident 13 & up: Provide Own Ukulele
Feb 5-Mar 12, Tue, 6:30-8pm 147313.01
Continuing Drumming Apr 2-May 7, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247313.01
Now that you've learned the basics, it's time to go deeper. Pre-
Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
requisite-Beginning Drumming.
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident
13 & up: Renting Ukulele from Instructor
Beginner 1: First Touch Feb 5-Mar 12, Tue, 6:30-8pm 147314.01
16 & up: Tue, 6:30-7:30pm Apr 2-May 7, Tue, 6:30-8pm 247314.01
Sessions: Jan 8-29; Feb 5-26 147332 Fee: $90 resident/$112.50 non-resident
Mar 5-26; Apr 2-23; Apr 30-May 21 247332 + $30 Ukulele rental fee payable to instructor at 1st class

Beginner 2: Foundations
16 & up: Thurs, 12-1:15pm or 7-8:15pm
Getting to Know Your Camera
Topics covered will include automatic vs manual control, white
Sessions: Jan 10-31; Feb 7-28 147331 balance, file formats, ISO ratings and reducing red eye. Course
Mar 7-28; Apr 4-25;May 2-23 247331 is 2 days: first in classroom, and the second taking pictures.
Required equipment: Digital Camera and camera manual.
Intermediate 1: Deeper Rhythms
16 & up: Thurs, 1:30-2:45pm 14 & up:
Sessions: Jan 10-31; Feb 7-28 147333 Jan 10 & 12, Thurs 7-9pm & Sat 10-11:30am 147100.A
Mar 7-28; Apr 4-25; May 2-23 247333 Feb 20 & 23, Wed 7-9pm & Sat 10-11:30am 147100.B
Apr 10 & 13, Wed 7-9pm & Sat 10-11:30am 247100.B
16 & up: Tue, 7:45-9pm Instructor: John Lovell
Sessions: Jan 8-29; Feb 5-26 147333 Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Mar 5-26; Apr 2-23; Apr 30-May 21 247333 Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident

Intermediate 2: Songs & Arrangements Shooting Pictures Like A Pro
16 & up: Mon, 7:15-8:30pm Improve the quality of your photographs. The first class is
Sessions: Jan 7-28; Feb 4-25 147334 in the classroom and the second outside taking pictures.
Mar 4-25; Apr 1-22; Apr 29-May 20 247334 Topics covered: posing subjects, lighting, depth of field,
stop action and composition. Required: Digital camera with
16 & up: Tue, 11:30am-12:45pm ability to change aperture and shutter speed. It is strongly
Sessions: Jan 8-29; Feb 5-26 147334 recommended that you take Getting to Know Your Digital
Camera prior to this class.
Mar 5-26; Apr 2-23; Apr 30-May 21 247334
14 & up:
Advanced Drumming: Djembe Howler’s Orchestra Feb 27 & Mar 2, Wed 7-9pm & Sat 10-11:30am 147101.A
16 & up: Wed, 7:15-8:30pm Apr 18 & 20 , Thurs 7-9pm & Sat 10-11:30am 247101.A
Sessions: Jan 9-30; Feb 6-27 147335 Instructor: John Lovell
Mar 6-27; Apr 3-24; May 1-22 247335 Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $35 resident/$43.75 non-resident

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ART: Abstract & Non Object Painting ART: Basic Two Dimensional Art
Abstract and Non-Objective Paintings are fun to paint however, Your artwork and design, no matter what materials you work in,
there is a lot more to them than you think. Learn about how will work or not work depending on your composition. Study
to construct and compose these creative pieces. Practice on concrete and understandable design standards and options.
paper, and move to canvases. Supply list on receipt. Practice composing with paper and paint. Learn how to
*NO Class: 2/18 compose in the two dimension and feel more confident as you
14 & up: Jan 28-Mar 11*, Mon, 6:30-8:30pm 147351.A work with your chosen material or art form.
Instructor: Gretchen Norwalk 16 & up: Mar 13-Apr 17, Wed, 6:30-8:30pm 247317.A
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave Instructor: Gretchen Norwalk
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Fee: $60 resident/$75 non-resident
Pastel Painting with Diane
Enjoy creativity with a medium that is fun and easy to use, Alcohol Inks
easy to transport and offers wonderful results using this Achieve spontaneous and colorful results by applying alcohol
friendly medium. Beginners and Intermediate levels welcome. inks to ceramic tiles. Absolutely no artistic skills needed! Make
Students must have all materials at the first session. Supply list four tiles for used as coasters or wall decoration. $5 materials
available on receipt or online. fee payable to instructor at class.
16 & up: Jan 8-29, Tue, 10am-12pm 147350.01 18 & up: Jan 12, Sat, 2-4pm 147390.01
Instructor: Diane Wood Mar 4, Mon, 6:30-8:30pm 247390.03
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Apr 1, Mon, 6:30-8:30pm 247390.04
Fee: $75 resident/$93.75 non-resident
May 4, Sat, 2-4pm 247390.05
Instructor: Trish Singelyn
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident

Yard Art
Make whimsical garden art flowers from used glass and metal
dishes, plates, cups and more. They are easy to assemble and
can remain in your garden year round. The same technique can
be used to create bird baths and garden towers.
18 & up: May 18, Sat, 2-4pm 247394.1A
May 18, Sat, 10am-12pm 247394.1
Instructor: Trish Singelyn
Location: Laughing Heart Art Studio
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident + $10 materials fee

Garden/Landscape Designs Zentangle® Apprentice Class
Interested in creating a lovely garden or revitalize your yard? Give a gift to yourself! Experience this
Learn the fundamentals of good landscape design, plant easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to
varieties, hardscape and watering options for your new garden create beautiful images by drawing
18 & up: Feb 5, Tue, 6-8pm 147950.02 structured patterns. Learn the history,
application and steps for creating original Zentangle® paper
Apr 2, Tue, 6-8pm 247950.03 tiles. No experience required!
Instructor: Susan Crocker
Location: Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave 16 & up: Mar 16, Sat, 2-5pm 247320.01
Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident Instructor: Elaine Dumler, CZT
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Mosiac Basics Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident + $5 materials fee
Learn basic mosaic techniques using a variety of materials such
as glass, tiles, beads, buttons and more to create a one of a Zentangle® Just Tangles
kind showpiece. Day one is design and construction. Day two For those with some Zentangle® experience. Learn lots of new
is for grouting tangles and expand on the power of variation. "Detangle"
16 & up: Mon 5:30-8:30pm & Wed, 5:30-6:30pm those tangles that are especially hard to teach yourself from
Dec 3 & 5 447344.12 online or book tutorials. Walk away with worksheets full of new
tangles to add to your design repertoire.
Apr 15 & 17 247344.A
May 13 & 15 247344.B 16 & up: Apr 13, Sat, 2-5pm 247322.03
Instructor: Trish Singelyn Instructor: Elaine Dumler, CZT
Location: Laughing Heart Studio Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave
Fee: $38 resident/$47.50 non-resident + $8 materials fee Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident + $5 materials fee Your Community, Your Life! 51
Learn to Spin Wool Using a Drop Spindle
Try making your own yarn! It's portable, fun, & affordable.
Bring your own spindle or purchase one at Longmont Yarn
Shoppe. Roving provided.
12 & up: Jan 19, Sat, 10am-12pm 147410.A
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St
Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident

Punch Needle Rug Hooking
Learn the basics of punch needly rug hooking to make a small
Learn to Crochet coaster. All materials are provided, you just need to come
For the absolute beginner, learn to crochet by making a ready to give it a try!
sampler headband. $20 materials fee includes yarn, crochet
hook, tapestry needle and Learn to Crochet Now book. 10 & up: Jan 19, Fri, Sat, 2-3:30pm 147411.01
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St
12 & up: Jan 22, Tue, 6-9pm 147400.01 Fee: $20 resident/$25 non-resident
Instructor: Debby Telfer
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident+ $20 materials fee
Learn to Make Soy Candles and Bath Bombs
Perfect DIY class for anyone looking to make natural body
products to use at home or give away as gifts. Create your own
Crochet Your Own Project or a Hat candle and bath bombs to take home with you! Short Q and
For the advanced beginner who knows how to do basic crochet A about manufacturing your own body products. Recipes and
stitches: chain, single crochet, double crochet, triple crochet, helpful tips.
and can read crochet patterns. Please bring your own yarn,
pattern (hat pattern provided if you don’t have one), and 13 & up: Feb 5, Tue, 6-7:30pm 147461.02
crochet hook. Mar 5, Tue, 6-7:30pm 247461.01
12 & up: Feb 19, Tue, 6-9pm 147401.02 Apr 2, Tue, 6-7:30pm 247461.02
Instructor: Debby Telfer Instructor: Kim Sorden
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Location: Magic Fairy Candles, 634 Main St
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident

Crochet a Tunisian Handbag Sewing A Tote Bag
Learn this versatile stitch to create items that have knit and A beginner project that teaches basic skills while making a
other distinct woven looks with a long Tunisian crochet hook. stylish bag. The bag is fully lined with an inside patch pocket.
Knitters also find this a fun crochet stitch to learn! Create a Bring sewing supplies on receipt. Use your own sewing
beautiful Tunisian handbag in class. $20 materials fee includes machine or use one of the instructor’s during class.
yarn, Tunisian crochet hook & pattern. 15 & up: Feb 9, Sat, 2-5pm 147473.02
12 & up: Apr 16, Tue, 6-9pm 247401.04 Instructor: Cathy Georgerian
Instructor: Debby Telfer Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Location: St Vrain Mem Bldg, 700 Longs Peak Ave Fee: $25 resident/$31.25 non-resident
Fee: $24 resident/$30 non-resident
KNITTING Renew and update
Beyond Scarves - Knit a Hat your old furniture in
Learn how to knit with circular and double pointed needles five weeks. Learn the
and how to follow a pattern to make a soft, warn hat. Bring basics of upholstery on
materials from list on receipt. a project you bring to
class. All tools and some
16 & up: Feb 20 & 27, Wed, 5:30-7pm 147422.02 supplies provided. No
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St sewing skills necessary.
Fee: $30 resident/$37.50 non-resident A supply list and fabric
yardage will be given
Learn to Knit out at the first class. Instructor must ok project.
This course is for absolute beginners. By the end of the two
16 & up: Jan 17-Feb 14, Thurs, 6-8:30pm 147470.01
classes you will have a warm and beautiful scarf that you will be
proud to wear. Plan to knit between classes. Obtain materials Jan 17-Feb 14, Thurs, 10am-12:30pm 147470.1A
list upon registration. Mar 7-Apr 4, Thurs, 6-8:30pm 247470.03
12 & up: Jan 10 & 24, Thurs, 6-8pm 147415.01 Mar 7-Apr 4, Thurs, 10am-12:30pm 247470.3A
Instructor: Leah Mc Bee
Feb 2 & 16, Sat, 9-11am 147415.02
Location: Creation Station, 519 4th Ave
Location: Longmont Yarn Shoppe, 454 Main St
Fee: $235 resident/$293.75 non-resident
Fee: $40 resident/$50 non-resident

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400 Quail Road | Longmont CO 80501
303-651-8374 |
Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm | Sunday 1pm-5pm
Thursdays, Feb 7-Mar 21: special late night hours 5pm-9pm
Closed City Holidays | FREE General Admission
Special Exhibit Admission: $8 adults, $5 students/seniors (62+),
children 3 and under free
Free admission on the second Saturday of every month.

Treehouses: Look Who’s Living in the Trees! Arts Longmont and the Longmont Museum present Friday
Open through January 6, 2019 Afternoon Concerts & Art Show in the Stewart Auditorium.
Explore the forest canopy –indoors! In the Longmont Museum’s Enjoy a reception after each concert.
newest hands-on exhibition, visitors roam from tree to tree as Art show:​ 1:30 pm, Concert 2:30 pm
they discover the many habitats that trees provide for animals Tickets:​​ $10 general admission
large and small, and people too. Climb through large treehouses, December 14: Denver Brass Quintet
become an animal tracker, get face-to-face with wildlife of all January 18: Cantabile: 30 Years and Counting
sizes, move your feet on the forest-sound dance floor, and more. February 15: Pliego + Buer | Cello + Piano:
Ansel Adams: Early Works January 26 – May 26, 2019 March 15: Selasee: Reggae Fusion
Ansel Adams was a giant in the field of landscape photography. April 19: Boulder Piano Quartet
In his images of the unspoiled Western landscape, he strove to
capture the sublime: the transcendentalist concept that nature Fourth Annual Longmont Museum Holiday
can generate the experience of awe for the viewer. Many viewers Showcase—Two Shows!
are familiar with the Adams’ heroic, high-contrast prints from The Longmont Museum’s holiday tradition continues after last
the 1970s. Much less well known are the intimate prints that the year’s sold out events! Join us for songs of the season and holiday
artist crafted earlier in his career. This exhibition focuses on these cheer from some of the finest musicians and performers in the
masterful small prints from the 1920s into the 1950s. Throughout region. Featuring Longmont’s Centennial State Ballet Nutcracker
the various styles in which he chose to work, Adams explored excerpts and much more! Special Santa reception with cookies
the power of nature and succeeded in establishing landscape and hot chocolate before the matinee concert. Cash bar.
photography as a legitimate form of modern art.
All ages: ​Dec 15, Sat, 7pm concert only
Exhibition Opening Reception: ​Dec 16, Sun, 3pm Santa reception & 4pm concert
Date: ​ Jan 25, Fri 6-8 pm Tickets: $20 general admission, $15 students/seniors,
Fee: ​ $8 adults, $5 students/seniors, free for members $12 museum members

Grab a drink and get creative with these Thursday night art
classes for adults. New topics and projects each week, including
painting and jewelry making projects inspired by Ansel Adams
in conjunction with our special exhibition. Beer and wine are
available for purchase at the Atrium bar.
18 & up: Feb & Mar, select Thursdays, 6:30 pm, $35

Discovery Days
Discovery Days is an early childhood program at the Longmont Museum
that encourages children ages 2 to 6 and their parents/caregivers to engage
together in educational, hands-on art activities. Through social interaction and
inspiring experiences, this program is a place where play and learning connect.
2-6 yrs: Dec 3-14, Monday/Thursday/Friday
Jan 16-May 10, Wednesday/Thursday/Friday
Session I: 9-10:15 am
Session II: 10:30-11:45am
Session III: 12:30-1:45pm
Fee: $4 museum member, $4.50 non-member, no registration required

To learn more about any of these programs, buy tickets, or register, visit or call 303-651-8374. Your Community, Your Life! 53
is a Division of the City’s Community Services Department

910 Longs Peak Ave | 303-651-8411
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm

Don’t miss our 60+ page GO Magazine! Register online at

A sample of our 200+ programs. See the GO Magazine for the full list of offerings.

What it Takes to be a Boulder International Film Festival: Itzhak
World Class Conductor Itzhak Perlman's violin playing transcends mere performance
Learn first-hand from Maestro to evoke the celebrations and struggles of real life. Alison
Elliot Moore about the ins and Chernick's enchanting documentary looks beyond the
outs of directing a symphony sublime musician to see a man whose life story unspools in
orchestra. Get behind-the-scenes conversations with masterful musicians, family and friends,
insights into what comes into and most endearingly his devoted wife of 50 years, Toby.
“play” with one of the most 2017 Documentary, Run time: 1 hr, 23 min
exciting and multi-faceted Date: Jan 8, Tue, 5:30pm 184415.01
American conductors of his Fee: Free, but please register in advance
Date: Jan 11, Fri, 1-2pm A Bronx Tale at the Buell
183018.00 Theatre
Fee: Free, but please Broadway’s hit crowd-pleaser takes
register in advance you to the stoops of the Bronx in the
1960s-where a young man is caught
Amazing Women of Our Times between the father he loves and the
Author Preethi Fernando will tell unimaginable stories of mob boss he’d love to be. Bursting
leadership, diversity, and challenges overcome of women with high-energy dance numbers and
who shook the world. Preethi will show how these stories original doo-wop tunes, A Bronx Tale is
hold lessons we can learn from. Light refreshments follow the an unforgettable story of loyalty and family.
presentation. Autographed copies of her book, "17 Women Seating: Orchestra B, WW-YY; Intermission).
Who Shook the World," will be available. Includes: trip escort & transportation.
Dates: Dec 14, Fri, 1-2:30pm 184369.00 Date: Jan 12, Sat, 11:45am-6pm 181132.00
Fee: Free, but please register in advance Location: Meet at the Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave.
Transportation by Coach Bus.
Fee: $85 resident/ $92 non-resident

Interesting Spring Hikes in the Front Range “M.C. Richards: The Fire Within”
Spring can be a challenging time for a Front Range hiker. It’s Screening and Discussion
important to know where to go! And wherever you go, the M.C. Richards: The Fire Within is a deeply moving documentary
stories abound: of history, geology, etymology, wildlife, and film about one of the most visionary artist/philosophers of
more. Join veteran Longmont hiker and author Pete KJ as he creativity in 20th century America. This hour film has won
presents some of his favorite hiking choices for spring, and accolades from over a dozen film festivals worldwide including
delves into the stories that go along with them. the Boulder International Film Festival. The film is presented
Call 303-651-8411 for date and time and discussed by the film's producer, Melody Lewis-Kane and
Fee: Free director Richard Kane.
Date: Feb 26, Tue, 6-7:30pm 183019.00
Fee: Free, but please register in advance

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Resources and Supportive Services Senior Service Division staff
provides information and referral to older adults and caregivers
of older persons regarding a wide array of resources and
services including housing, in home services, financial support
programs, and many others. Professional counseling staff and
peer counselors provide one on one and group support.

Grandparents Raising Grandkids
Kinship Support Group
Share and learn from others who are involved in raising their
grandchildren. Childcare provided. Please RSVP to Rebecca Trego
with The Kinship Program at 303-441-1106 if you plan to attend.
"Eyes on Longmont" TV Production Club
We are a volunteer group who have fun producing in depth Days: 1st Monday, 6-7:30pm
documentaries for Channel 8 local Public Access TV to
educate, entertain, and inform residents of the Boulder County Music Therapy Singing Group
area. Join us and learn every aspect of video production in a For those living with dementia and their caregivers, partners, or
supportive atmosphere. Visit for family. Group singing can improve physical and mental health
information about Ch. 8. Barbara Hau is the contact person for and promote social bonding. All are welcome to share stories,
the group: feelings, and memories brought up by the songs sung.
Days: Mondays, 9-11am Days: Thursday, 9-10am
Instructor: Leah Quiller, board certified music therapist
Location: Lashley St Station, 1200 Lashley St
LEARN… Daily Fee: $6 resident/ $7 non-resident
The Art of Leonardo da Vinci
Examine elements of the life and art of Renaissance man Lunch Bunch
Leonardo da Vinci. His artistic topics range from horses to For those in the early to middle stages of dementia beginning
religious subjects, anatomy to the engines of war. to have some difficulties with the complexities of everyday
living. It is an opportunity for engaging in conversation,
Date: Dec 14, Fri, 1-2pm 184347.00 socializing, and enjoying stimulating activities. Family
Presenter: Mark Coffey caregivers welcome.
Fee: $5 resident/ $6 non-resident
Days: Mondays & Wednesday, 11am-1pm
Skin Health Through the Ages Fee:

Free and please register in advance with
Elaine at 303-335-6933
Skin health is important to overall health as it works as a
barrier. Keeping skin healthy can be difficult in Colorado. Learn
how your skin changes with age and how to care for it. MOVE…
Date: Jan 17, Thurs, 1-2pm 184380.00
Presenter: Cindy Jones, Ph.D. Tai Chi Ruler Workshop
Fee: $5 resident/ $6 non-resident In the morning, Master Jesse Tsao introduces his new
Partnered Qi Gong method that adopts a 3,000-year-old
philosophy to create a fun exercise with a partner. In the
Nursing Your Health Series afternoon, Master Jesse Tsao’s Ruler form gives beginning Tai
Our AgeWell nurse, Renita Henson, RN, BSN, NRPC, CCCTM, Chi students, who struggle with the “choreography” of a form,
Community Health Nurse Navigator CHNN offers an ongoing a head start in learning traditional Tai Chi.
series related to general wellness.
Fee: FREE, and please register in advance. Date: Jan 25, Sat, 9am-4pm 186037.00
Fee: $100 resident/ $120 non-resident
#1 - Christmas Stockings and Kidneys
Learn how to get or keep your body heated up and thriving Dances
through enhancing your Kidney health during the winter cycle. Both singles and couples enjoy the best dance floor in town.
Date: Dec 20, Thurs, 9-10:30am 185067.00 Different bands highlighted each week, see the current GO!
#2 - Is Tired Normal for Winter? Magazine online for schedule at
Learn the role your Thyroid plays in your wellness and energy senior-services or call 303-651-8411.
levels. We will talk about what to do when it is not running Days: Thursdays, 7-10pm
smoothly and how to keep it healthy. Fee: $6 per person
Date: Jan 17, Thurs, 9-10:30am 185068.00
#3 - #Heart You
Dance Lessons
Come to the weekly dances early and learn moves for that night!
Learn about the heart in relation to your overall health and wellness.
Days: Thursday, 5:30-6:30 pm
Date: Feb 21, Thurs, 9-10:30am 185069.00
Fee: $5 per person. Your Community, Your Life! 55
Longmont Department of Public Safety FIRING RANGE AND TRAINING CENTER
10916 County Rd 5 | 303-774-4587 or 303-774-4589

Range Members hours of use:
Friday 6-9pm | Saturday 8am-5pm | Sunday 8am-5pm

The Longmont Department of Public Safety and Boulder County
Sheriff’s Office Range is a great shooting and training facility.
Used by Law Enforcement personnel during the week, the range Premier $500/year
is open specific weekend hours for public use by membership. Includes unlimited - 1 hr visits + unlimited paid guest visits
The firing range features 10 shooting stations ranging from 3 to Plan A: Expert $400/year
100 yards with target retrievers controlled by the shooter. Includes 50 - 1 hr visits + unlimited paid guest visits
Plan B: Sharpshooter $350/year
Includes 35 - 1 hr visits + unlimited paid guest visits
Plan C: Marksman $250/year
Includes 25 - 1 hr visits + unlimited paid guest visits
Occasional Shooter $200/year
Includes 12 - 1 hr visits + unlimited paid guest visits
A La Carte $20/per hour
Unlimited number of visits + unlimited paid guest visits
One Sunday per month, shooting will be conducted from the $35 annual renewal fee for A La Carte plan
50/75/100 yard line for rifles only.
Employees of the City of Longmont, Boulder County Sheriff’s
Member application process includes $100 background check Office, retired law enforcement officers and retired military are
(non-refundable) and a range orientation class; upon completion eligible for a 20% discount on all membership plans (excludes
of both you will able to choose one of six shooting plans. A La Carte).
Members will have the ability to reserve a shooting lane and
time. To start the application process, visit the website above.

All courses presented by professional instructors from the Longmont Department of Public Safety. For classes, bring own
handgun, 50 rounds of ammunition, dual hearing protection and eye protection. If you don’t have a handgun and would like to
sign up for a class, please call 303-774-4589.

Ladies’ Night Out Rifle Sundays and Public Hunter Sight In
Enjoy a unique Ladies’ Night Out or Afternoon! Each session Bring your rifles to sight in for hunting season for any distance from
focuses on a topic pertaining to women’s safety and awareness, 0-100 yards. This public use activity at the range does not require
firearm training, and skill development. a membership. Non-range member shooters may bring hunting
18 & up:​ Dec 28, Fri, 7-9pm $30/$35 ​ 499110 caliber rifles only. For questions, please call 303-774-4589.
Jan 20 or Feb 17, Sun, 2-5pm ​​199110 12 & up: ​ Sunday, 8am-5pm
Mar 17, Apr 21 or May 19, Sun 2-5pm ​299110 Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 24, Apr 28, or May 26
2019 Fee:​ $35 for range members/$45 non-members Fee:​ $15 per 30 minute block for non-range members

Basic Handgun and Concealed Carry Classroom and SIMS House Rentals
Thinking of buying a handgun as a first time handgun owner or Classroom Rentals:
interested in getting training to apply for your concealed carry Hosting up to 45 people in a meeting room with access
license? Learn how to safely store, carry, and shoot your handgun. to kitchen amenities? Need a place to present a class with
This co-ed course is appropriate for all level of shooters. Gain computer access? This is your place!
valuable knowledge and skills of the shooting sport, fundamentals Fee:​$50 per hour
of marksmanship, reloads, and clearing malfunctions. This course
exceeds state standards for concealed carry permit (CCW) SIMS House Rental:
requirements. CCW permits must be obtained in the county in Throw a birthday party, Nerf party, or laser tag party in our SIMS
which you reside. House with simulated shooting house rooms and obstacles, as
well as tables, chairs, and an open area for party fun.
18 & up:​ Saturday, 8am-5pm Fee:​ $75 per hour
Jan 26 or Feb 23 199201
​Mar 30, Apr 27 or May 25 299201 Rules and regulations will apply. For inquires or reservations,
Fee:​​ $130 call 303-774-4589 or 4587.

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The City of Longmont and Longmont Recreation Services have a number of facilities that are available to rent
for a meeting or special event. Fees listed are for Longmont residents, non-resident rate slightly higher.
Check out photos of many Longmont rental facilities at

Cancellations with two weeks notice or less are subject to loss of deposit and/or loss of a percentage of fees paid.
Please be aware that special permits are required if you are holding a large event, charging admission or serving or selling alcohol, regardless of date.

All Recreation Services facilities offer during-hours and after-hours rentals.

Athletic Fields - Seasonal
Long & short term reservations
Contact: 303-774-4758
Commercial Use of Parks. Looking to
host classes or camps at public parks?
Reservations Required, call 303-651-8443
Centennial Pool Izaak Walton Clubhouse
1201 Alpine St | 303-651-8406 18 S Sunset St | 303-651-8404
Multipurpose Room, Pool Rental Capacity: 95 people with tables & chairs
Cost is $50/hr Fri, Sat, and Sun.
Limited availability M-Th; call for details.
$200 deposit required
Willow Farm Barn Sandstone Ranch
901 S. Fordham St | 303-651-8404
Enclosed unheated shelter with six picnic
Visitors & Learning Center
3001 Sandstone Dr | 303-776-5191
St Vrain Memorial Building tables adjacent to playground and modern
Small venue for weddings, anniversaries,
700 Longs Peak Ave | 303-651-8404 restrooms. Mid-April to mid-October. $100
meetings, retreats and other events.
Meeting/Party Rooms, Gymnasium daily rate; $200 deposit required, $50
deposit for electrical outlet. Sunset Pool - Seasonal
1900 Longs Peak Ave | 303-651-8300
Lashley St Station Indoor Meeting/Party Room
1200 Lashley St | 303-651-8443
Outdoor pool and shade shelters
Meeting/party rooms, capacity 25-30.
$35-$60/hr. Kitchenette, whiteboard, Creation Station
tables and chairs. Weekend availability. 519 4th Ave | 303-651-8443
$200 deposit & bldg supervisor required. Indoor Meeting/Party Room with sink,
tables and chairs. Capacity 20. $35/hr.
Longmont Recreation Center $200 deposit required.
310 Quail Rd | 303-774-4800
Meeting/Party Rooms Golf Course Rental Facilities
Gymnasium | Pool Rentals Sunset | 1900 Longs Peak Ave rental number 303-776-5191
Meeting Room (off season), outdoor options for parties and weddings.
Large trees, beautiful views. Onsite catering. Full bar onsite.
Twin Peaks | 1200 Cornell Dr rental number 303-877-4678
Meeting room (year-round), outdoor covered/uncovered patio.
Indoor/outdoor options for parties & weddings. Full bar onsite.
Ute Creek | 2000 Ute Creek Dr rental number 303-776-5191
Meeting room (off season), covered outdoor patio and pavilion perfect for
Historic Callahan House parties and weddings. Stunning Views. On and off-site catering. Full bar onsite
312 Terry St | 303-776-5191
Capacity In-house event: 80
Sit-down meals: 50
House and garden: 150
Weddings & Receptions, Parties, For assistance finding space for your special event please
Meetings, Retreats. Full-service catering contact with your
available. Cost varies; deposit required. particulars or call our event planning hotline 303-651-8443.
Longmont Museum
Park Shelters Senior Center 400 Quail Road | 303-651-8374
Apr 15-Oct 14: $45-$65 res day/$56-$81 nr 910 Longs Peak Ave | 303-774-4714 Multiple spaces from 50-person
Shelters are not available for rent between the Nights and Weekends Only. classroom to 250-seat auditorium.
2nd Sunday in October and the 2nd Sunday Multiple spaces from small classroom to
in April due to restroom winterization. Shelters large event room with seating up to
are welcome to be used during winter months 250 people. Cost varies by room size, Longmont Public Library
on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve a $30/hr to $125/hr; deposit required. 409 4th Ave | 303-651-8795
shelter: call 303-651-8404 or online at Capacity: 12 to 90 people Classroom and meeting space
For info on parks: Free - Only non-profit/educational usage.
Longmont Recreation & Golf Services
City of Longmont PRSRT STD
700 Longs Peak Ave US POSTAGE
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First National Bank of CO | UC Health | WK Real Estate Triathlon
Estate Professionals | Longmont Power and Communications Altitude Physical Therapy | BodyPoint Medicine
Markel Homes | Front Range Ortho & Spine Blackjack Pizza | Hampton Inn
Centura Health-Longmont United | Precision Plumbing
Camp Bow Wow | St. Vrain Rotary (Duck Race)
Ameritech Construction | Aspen Meadow Veterinary Specialists
Bio Life | Certa Pro Painters | First Transit
Front Range Community College | Garfield Lodge #50
Lab Society LLC | Longs Peak Animal Hospital | Mathnasium
Nex-Gen Home Exteriors | Passantes/Home Food Service
Xfinity | Bank of Colorado | Harvest Junction by Meritage Homes
Production Company Dance Centre | Renewal by Anderson
Centura Health-Longmont United | New Creation Church
Ripple Martial Arts | Roof Check Inc. | State Farm Insurance
High Plains Bank | Meals on Wheels | Home Depot
(Morgan Parker) | Tutoring Club | White Fields Church Village at the Peaks

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