Things to Do This Weekend in Longmont: Aug. 30- Sept. 1

Downtown Longmont Summer Concert Series (photo by Longmont Observer)

Friday, August 30

Kate Farmer Solo at CHUBurger Longmont

  • Time: 6-8 p.m.
  • Location: CHUBurger, 1225 Ken Pratt Blvd

Join me for burgers and beers and music and friendship. Comin’ in hot with new songs and life experience 😉

Hunter Stone – Live Music

  • Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: 300 Suns, 335 1st Ave. Unit C

With his gritty, raw voice and resonator guitar, Hunter Stone has spent the last years crafting his own style of folk-blues. His songwriting echoes the simple melodic beauty of folk music of the past and his lyrical content paints pictures of the world we see around us. “(Stone) has the singer-songwriter vibe when things get soft, but when his smoky voice raises, it echoes in your heartstrings with some major force,” said Hannah Oreskovich, of Stone kicks things up with the stomp of a foot drum and the bent notes of a pinky slide, bringing his lyrics to life with the emotional honesty of his voice.

Movie and Speaker series with Paige Claassen

  • Time: 7:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Location: Longmont Climbing Collective, 33 S. Pratt Parkway

Paige and Arjan are professional climbers, filmmakers, and Longmont residents. Join us for a showing of their film Groove Train, which captures Paige’s ascent of the famously run out and spanned out 5.14b sport route in Australia’s Grampians National Park. Paige will be joining us to talk about the climb, her training and the adventure of this epic route. Admission is free. Donations for Paige’s non-profit SAEF (South Africa Education Fund) will be collected at the door.

CU CSU Football Game viewing at Longmont Public House

  • Time: 8-11 p.m.
  • Location: Longmont Public House, 1111 Francis St.

Join us for football season kick off with this special game on our bar TV’s.

The Soundpost Sessions – Augustus

  • Time: 8-10 p.m.
  • Location: La Vita Bella Cafe, 471 Main St.


“Many may try to harken back to the heyday of rock and roll, but few pull it off as authentically as Augustus. ” – Sun News, 9/17. From their humble acoustic beginnings in 2014, to their current status as a full time touring indie rock band, the 4pc Boulder based Augustus continues to push the boundaries while delivering honest, original songs.

Since turning heads at SXSW 2017, the band has crisscrossed the country playing both coasts and Canada. The genre-bending indie rockers have released a steady stream of critically acclaimed music, licensed songs to MTV, E!, and the Discovery Channel, and dropped their much anticipated 4th studio record ‘Idle’ Fall 2018.

Their last time through Seattle, Northwest Music Scene said “Their sound has evolved with new sophisticated arrangements and unpredictable power since their start in 2013.” – 7/18. And Cosmic Clash called their latest single “mesmerizing.” 10/18

The band kicked off 2019 with a West Coast tour, a new live single, and a sold out performance in Denver supporting Futurebirds. With more national tours scheduled for the year and new music to be released, Augustus shows no signs of slowing down.

StickerGiant Factory Tour!

  • Time: 2 p.m.
  • Location: StickerGiant, 880 Weaver Park Road

Want to explore the awesome world of StickerGiant?! You have the opportunity with StickerGiant’s Factory Tours! Every Friday at 2pm one of our friendly staff members is ready to show the world what it is like inside the StickerGiant walls. Those who attend will receive a complimentary sticker pack! Sign up on our website for FREE! See you soon! 🙂

Poetry Night!

  • Time: 7-9 p.m.
  • Location: Firehouse Art Center, 667 4th Ave.

Poetry is an opportunity, it gives us the chance to celebrate and commemorate all the wonderful moments in our lives from the simplest smiles to the most momentous victories. It also enables us to cope in challenging times.

With poetry, we can address our problems, come to terms with them, and work to grow past them. It has the potential to move across the spectrum of human experience in a cathartic and often beautiful way.

Please only read original work.

Saturday, August 31

Mixed Media “Street Art” Workshop with FORGE

  • Time: 12-5 p.m.
  • Location: Firehouse Art Center, 667 4th St.

Forge’s career has spanned geographically from 1980’s NYC subway graffiti to the high desert vistas of Santa Fe and Taos New Mexico and the continent of Africa.

Forge specializes in traditional, fine-art silk screen printing combined with vintage advertising, stencils, spray paint, image transfer and collage. Forges work posses craftsmanship, humor, edginess, and abstraction that take printmaking to new levels!

Combining these various techniques you will create a one-of-a-kind mixed media piece with a street-art-edge! Forge will bring various stencils silk screens, and masking tools and a number of examples of finished works to show what can be achieved with this unique process.

We will be experimenting with recycled materials and we will be getting MESSY! This will be a full day session due to drying time needed between steps. All materials used are water-based.

BumbleBee being shown this Saturday, in Thompson Park, Longmont

  • Time: 6:30 p.m.
  • Location: Thompson Park, 400 Bross St.

Remember – BumbleBee is being shown in Thompson Park in Longmont, this Saturday night, August 31st!!

The Outdoor Cinemas in Thompson Park, 420 Bross St, Longmont, are continuing their summer series. These movies are free of charge and open to the public. The movies are as follows –

Saturday, August 31st – BumbleBee
Saturday, September 7th – How to Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World
Saturday, September 14th – The Avengers – Endgames (Yes, it’s Endgames!!!)

We’re able to offer these movies free of charge, to the public, because of these generous supporters. They have been contributing for years and have already committed to this summer’s movies. We couldn’t do it without them. If you’d also like to be a supporter, contact Lonnie at to sign up. Volunteers are always welcome on movie nights. Call or text Lonnie @ 720-280-7228.

Mile High’s Talented Cosplay In-Store Appearance

  • Time: Aug. 31 2 p.m. – Sept. 2 5 p.m.
  • Location: Mile High’s Talented, LLC, 900 S. Hover Unit A

Mile High’s Talented, S.T.R Player Magazine and 80 Generations Presents
MHT Cosplay In-Store Appearance
Some of the Models and Actresses from the 2020-2021 Cosplay Calendar, Acrtess from Netflix Amateur movie, Actress from Nation Wide Theater Coaching, Photo shoot with Models and Live Performance by CRX/ CROSS and Live Interview with Wrestler Lilith Grimm.

Intro to Liberty! Clinic with Tia Jones

  • Time: 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
  • Location: Wildsong Ranch, 10069 North 65th St, Longmont

Begin the journey of Liberty with your horse with the help of liberty pro Tia Jones!

Join Tia for a 5 hour workshop on the liberty essentials in this unique and exciting clinic!Here’s what you will learn:

-How to teach your horse to want to be with you!
-Teach your horse to seek you out from a distance.
-Communicate with your horse with body language when there’s no rope attached.
-Better understand the psychology of the equine brain.

We will cover all of this and more! This will be a small group, only 8 students, which means you’ll get plenty of individual support as you grow your partnership with your horse. We will also discuss horse psychology, A LOT! This will help you really understand the “why” of all the ways we engage our horses, helping you have more success on your own.

Wondering if the Intro to Liberty Clinic is right for you? Please email and Tia will help you assess your skill/experience level!

Teej party 2019

  • Time: 6 p.m.
  • Location: Everest Restaurant, 2130 Main St.

Free drink for ladies
$15 per person
ten and under
free music and dance it’s all about fun 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻

Intergenerational Philosophy: Education

  • Time: 2 p.m.
  • Location: Longmont Senior Center, 910 Longs Peak Ave

Does it ever seem like schools are very different now than when you were a kid? What do you think of the idea of no homework? What about prioritizing Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics over Art? Join middle and high school students from Grey Havens Philosophy for a thoughtful, moving examination of the ever-evolving education system. All ideas are welcome.

Registration required. $4 Longmont Seniors, $5 everyone else.
Please call 303-651-8411 to reserve your spot today!

Thank you, your registration fee will go directly towards creating more opportunities for communities to practice philosophy together.

4th AMC’s Unite Car Show

  • Time: 8 a.m.- 3 p.m.
  • Location: Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road

Hope you’re getting ready for the 4th Annual AMC’s Unite Car Show on August 31st!!!

Saturday Group Rides w/Longmont Bicycle Company

  • Time: 7:30-9:30 a.m.
  • Location: Longmont Bicycle Co. and Coffee, 314 Main St.

Join us every other Saturday for a group road ride. These are no drop road rides & all are welcome. Meet in the back parking lot @ LBC at 7:15am. Group will depart sharply at 7:30am. Ride 1.5-2hrs at a pace of at least 13-15mph. Please come prepared with a road side repair kit (proper size tube for your tires & tire levers), as well as a water bottle & helmet. If you need assistance, you will be well taken care of with help from our team – please just come prepared. Questions? Need a repair kit? Stop into the shop to chat and get prepared.

Upcoming Saturday Shop Ride Schedule:
August 31st, September 14th, September 28th, October 12th, October 26th

Sunday, September 1

Share your Stories of Hope and Healing

  • Time: 2-4 p.m.
  • Location: La Vita Bella Cafe, 417 Main St.

Share your stories of Hope and Healing. Inspire others, inspire yourself, help us all heal by sharing that we all struggle.

Men’s Group at Nature Heals

  • Time: 1-3 p.m.
  • Location: Nature Heals, 4157 Nelson Rd.

Nature Heals has created a space where men can enjoy a community integrated with nature and animals. This drop-in, group mentoring experience for men will be offered monthly. Using the powerful, regenerating elements of nature, friendship, and mentorship, we work to cultivate self-awareness, self-acceptance, confidence, and empowerment through building a community.

Areas of focus include self-care, planning and organization, self discipline, avoiding the traps of addiction and distraction, relationships, sexuality, communication, collaboration and self-advocacy. This group is open to allow for interested participants to come and experience without needing to make a long-term commitment.

Held at Haven Hills Stables: 4157 Nelson Road, Longmont, CO
Please use barn drive and NOT the house entrance. Look for signs and the white tire planters by the road.

Although not required, donations are suggested. Join us whenever you can!

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