The Longmont Symphony
The Longmont Symphony Orchestra is a crowning attraction for this Colorado city. The orchestra plays regularly at their downtown Main Street location, making the group easy to reach for any and all residents. Every month offers featured productions such as “The Nutcracker” as well as hometown stars, such as the Longmont Youth Symphony. Beyond offering quality entertainment, the orchestra gives back to the community through events like the Longmont Symphony Orchestra Young Artist Competition. This competition gives young aspiring players the chance to win cash and recognition with winners featured in concert on the Longmont Symphony Orchestra stage.
Colorado towns are often known for their outdoor adventures, specifically winter attractions, and Longmont does not disappoint. Winter is fun at the Longmont Ice Pavilion where kids and adults alike can enjoy days of ice skating. Learn to skate programs and skate shows appear throughout the winter. For ski lovers, Longmont is located within driving distance of popular ski lodges and resort in neighboring cities, such as Boulder or Nederland. However, winter is not the only time for outdoor fun as tree-climbing events, biking events, and much more come offered to resident and visitors during different seasons.
The Institute of Busi
Institute of Business & Medical Careers is a nationally recognized institute of higher learning. This facility offers all the diverse educational and career opportunities standard at IBMC. Students young and old find business, technology, legal, dental, and healthcare offerings for educational advancement. IBMC is not the only avenue for education as Longmont is home to Front Range Community College and Bloom! Montessori School. Each offers unique opportunities, something for every personality type. School populations mixed in terms of gender. For example, Fort Range notes having a student ratio of 55 percent male students to 45 percent female students.