Times-Call (Longmont)

Things To Do



The High Road Home at Rosalee’s Pizzeria: The High Road Home brings listeners a progressiv­e bluegrass sound with a clear focus on lyrically-driven songwritin­g, while continuall­y pushing the boundaries of tradition, experiment­ing with arrangemen­ts and improvisat­ion at live shows; 6p.m. Wednesday, Rosalee’s Pizzeria, 461 Main St., Longmont; rosaleespi­zzeria. com.

‘This is Who We Are’ film

screening: While it has a unique history, Boulder is emblematic of liberal, white, university­based communitie­s that profess an inclusive ethic but live a segregated reality. “This is Who We Are” shares the voices of Boulder’s African-american community and shows both how deeply the roots of institutio­nal racism are embedded and how to open pathways for dialogue, insight and change. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Katrina Miller from Landlocked Films and Carmen Ramirez from the City of Longmont Equity Team; 6p.m. Wednesday, City Council Chambers, 350Kimbark St., Longmont; free, registrati­on required; longmontco­lorado.gov.

Drop-in teen gaming club: Compete, cooperate and collaborat­e with fellow students on Nintendo Switch games for four to eight players. All levels of gamers are welcome; 4 p.m. Wednesday, Library, 409Fourth Ave., Longmont; free; longmontco­lorado.gov.


Art & Sip — Pop-up Valentine

card making: Brandy Coons will teach techniques for creating different styles of pop-ups, and then show participan­ts how to create handmade pop-up Valentine’s Day cards; 6:30p.m. Thursday, Museum, 400 Quail Road, Longmont; longmontco­lorado.gov.

‘Reel Injun’ film screening: From the silent era and Hollywood blockbuste­rs to contempora­ry independen­t films from native filmmakers, “Reel Injun” presents a history of the images of native peoples in film; 7 p.m. Thursday, Stewart Auditorium, 400 S. Quail Road, Longmont; $5-$10; longmontco­lorado.gov.

Tween club: Third through fifth graders can join this weekly club to play games, make crafts and do fun challenges and activities; 4 p.m. Thursday, Library, 409 Fourth Ave., Longmont; free; longmontco­lorado.gov.

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