Longmont Symphony Chamber Orchestra concert and other Longmont events for today – Longmont Times-Call
Concert of the Longmont Symphony Chamber Orchestra: Ludwig van Beethoven’s 8th Symphony, “My Little Symphony in F”, will be paired with the premiere of Anton Reicha’s Symphony in G, which has been completely restored after 200 years of waiting; 7 p.m. Saturday, Longmont Symphony Orchestra, 519 Main St, Longmont; $10 to $39; longmontsymphony.org.
Craft Fair of the Church of the Guardian Angels: Shop for handicrafts and homemade handicrafts at this craft fair which will donate all proceeds to charity; 9am-7pm Saturday, 8am-2pm Sunday; Guardian Angels Catholic Church, 109 S. 3rd St., Mead; meadangels.org.
Release of the book ‘Hidden Buddha’: At this literary gathering, Jim Ringel will release his second Buddhist crime-mystery which follows the character of Lama Rinzen. There will be a live classical music performance, readings and Q&A, wine, refreshments and literary conversation; 3 p.m. Saturday; Una Vida Meditation Center, 7960 Niwot Road, Niwot; Free; jimringel.com.
Native American Powwow with the Iron Family: The High Plains Environmental Center will host an afternoon program exploring Native American culture with special guests, The Iron Family. This outdoor program will include presentations on Native American uses of plants and displays of cultural artifacts, as well as traditional song and dance; 1 p.m. Saturday, High Plains Environmental Center, 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive, Loveland; Free; suburbitat.org/native-american-powwow-with-the-iron-family.
Lafayette Recreation Fall Festival: This fall celebration features activities like a grand pumpkin race, pumpkin decorating contest, scary stories, arts and crafts, glow-in-the-dark dance party, balloon animals and more Again. Get a pumpkin on October 12 and 13 to decorate it and drop it off on October 21 to enter the contest; 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Bob Burger Rec Center, 111 W. Baseline Road, Lafayette; free; cityoflafayette.com.
Small Town of Terror: Frederick’s annual event will provide a safe place for children and families to make sweets or treats at little houses in Crist Park. Plus, there’s a pet costume contest and the smaller haunted house that’s in the Miners Museum; 4-8pm October 22; Crist Park, 105 Fifth St., Frederick; frederickco.gov.
The Haunted House of the Empty Tomb: This immersive experience near Wibby Brewing will take the bravest on an interactive walk through a haunted factory that’s occupied by menacing employees who work the graveyard crew; 7pm-11pm on Fridays and Saturdays, 7pm-10pm on Sundays, until October; 218 Kimbark Street, Longmont; theemptygrave.com.