Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Longmont Confronts Climate Change

The increase in carbon naturally leads to an increase in the temperature of the atmosphere. “It is simple physics and if you want to deny physics, try denying gravity,” Dr. Butler quipped. The average global temperature has already increased by 1 to 2 degrees centigrade and, “2/3 of temperature increases has occurred after 1970,” Dr. Butler remarked.

Longmont Humane Society Pet of the Week

This social and easy-going 14-year-old kitty has been waiting patiently and is now ready to find his new forever home! J.R. is chatty and affectionate and loves to be in the company of people.

Happiness Through Horses Helps Vulnerable Youth Become the Best Version of Themselves

“Horses really mirror to what we are feeling,” said Swaney. “You have to have your mind, body and spirit right to have a successful time with a horse.”

Earth Day Public Forums at the Longmont Library

In collaboration with Citizens Climate Lobby, the Longmont Public Forum will host two Earth Day forums at the Longmont Public Library.

Longmont Museum and Sustainable Resilient Longmont Co-host Climate Sustainability Roundtable

On Thursday, April 18 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. the Longmont Museum and Sustainable Resilient Longmont (SRL) are teaming up to co-host a climate...

League of Women Voters BC Hosts Voter Registration Drive Training

Would you like to help people to register to vote?

Longmont Humane Society Pet of the Week

KC is a very sweet and affectionate 1-year-old girl that is full of energy and ready to join your active family!

Los Padres Latinos Comprometidos que Avanzan en los Resultados de los Estudiantes (ELPASO -Engaged...

¿Estaba su estudiante listo para Kindergarten? ¿Sabían ellos el alfabeto, cómo contar o los colores del arco iris?

Combat Veterans Use Art to Experience Healing

Inspiring a team of veterans and civilians to express themselves through art is the essential heartbeat of the Warrior StoryField project.
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