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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…

Longmont Theatre Has a Storied History

The Longmont Performing Arts Center, 513 Main St., has a long history that dates back to the late 1930s, and this year they celebrate their 61st season. Originally called The Fox Theatre, the building was built in 1939. (Fun Fact: Both Gone…

Longmont is Crazy about Bicycles!

In Longmont, and around the world, bicycling is an environmentally-friendly, alternative form of transportation. Whether you are commuting, out for a leisurely ride or visiting our town for a vacation, the City of Longmont strives to…

Odyssey Yoga

Odyssey Yoga is about loving life, connecting with others and digging deep within yourself! Breathe, sweat, focus, be empowered and transform... above all, love your journey! Whether you are new to the practice of yoga or just new to…

Full Circle Yoga

The Full Circle community is like a huge family. Full Circle Yoga brings the community together to allow people to recharge their batteries for living, feel supported, encouraged and nourished as they journey along life's path. Their…

What the Dickens Happened?

William H. Dickens was a relative of Charles Dickens, wealthy and influential Boulder County businessman, and murder victim. He was a famous 19th Century resident of Longmont whose influence is still evident today. William Henry Dickens Jr.…