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Visit Longmont Seeking Volunteers

Are you LOCO for Longmont? If you would like to help people discover all that Longmont and the surrounding area have to offer, Visit Longmont wants to talk with you. We are always looking for volunteers who can commit to a couple of hours…

St. Vrain River Canoe Day Trips

The River's Path guided canoe day trips run along the Meanders or the Kurtz Ranch stretches of the St. Vrain River. Each canoe day trip starts just outside of Longmont, following calm current that just about anyone can canoe! Both stretches…

Fluid IV Lounge

Fluid IV Lounge, your go-to destination for fast, safe and effective IV treatments. Whether you’re feeling the effects of altitude, preparing for cold and flu season, recovering from a night on the town or just looking to feel your best,…

Mrs. Harvey’s Baking Company

Blanche Cunningham (Mrs. Harvey) was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Vincent and Marie Bohadlo. After graduating from 8th grade, Blanche held several jobs before working for the Continental Baking Company in Chicago. It was there, during…

Maker General

About: Julie Benoit and Stephanie Sterling are the duo behind Longmont’s newest brick and mortar shop, Maker General. The two Baltimore transplants were inspired to open the shop after years of working creatively, teaching, and…

Longmont History: The Callahan House

One of Longmont's historic properties, The Callahan House, hosts special events, including tours of the home, throughout the year and is a great place to host an event. We explore the history of the home located at 312 Terry Street. The…

A Haunted History: The Imperial Hotel

Come with us as we explore the Imperial Hotel located in historic, downtown Longmont. Is it haunted? Decide for yourself and continue to read…if you dare. George Zweck, a Prussian immigrant, began to build a hotel in downtown Longmont in…