The Longmont Symphony Guild is a vibrant and enthusiastic group whose sole purpose is to support and promote the Longmont Symphony Orchestra. We strongly encourage both men and women to participate in our efforts. Founded in 1968, this year we celebrate 48 years of support for the LSO by contributing to its financial stability and by providing refreshments for orchestra rehearsals. The Guild is very proud to have donated over $82,000 to the orchestra over the past seven years. To this end, we hold three major fundraisers.
The Nutcracker Cookie Sale, held during intermission of both performances of the Nutcracker Ballet, has become a time-honored tradition. Children of all ages enjoy the wide variety of holiday treats.
The Pops Concert Dessert Social is held in conjunction with the May Pops Concert each Spring. This event features all homemade pies only, so you know they will be fantastic! There are also other treats such as brownies and carrot cake. It is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy dessert with other music lovers prior to the concert.
Join us for the LSO Guild's 40th Annual Garden Tour, June 9 and 10, 2017, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. This wonderful tradition showcases Longmont’s gardening talents and will feature four lovely gardens. This two-day event promises to offer diverse garden design and layout and will give you gardening ideas for your own garden.
This year's gardens are at:
Jeff and Karen Lees – 1653 Harlequin Drive,
Tom and Kate Schranz – 347 Pratt Street,
Linda Grimes – 412 Vivian Street,
Bruce and Candace Bailey – 3333 Camden Drive
Phillip and Sharma Robertson, 9988 Plateau Road
All gardens are in Longmont Colorado.
Tickets are $12 and may be purchased online at the link below – in person at the LSO office located at 519 Main St. – or at the following locations in Longmont:
The Flower Bin (corner of Sunset and Nelson Rd)
Adorn Gift Show – 668 4th Ave.
Adornables – 661 4th Ave.
Duran’s Hobby Acres – 15591 N. 107th (Hwy 287)
Front Range Mercantile – 1201 S. Sunset St.
Budget Home Center – 780 Boston Ave.
Tour outstanding gardens, gather gardening tips and ideas, and support the Longmont Symphony Orchestra!!
On-line ticket purchasers will be mailed a coupon that can be exchange for ticket at first garden visited.
The Guild is a dedicated and hard-working group and we welcome new members. If you would like more information or would like to join our group, please contact:
Karen Ward, Membership Chair at 303-776-9275.
Flowers on display at the March Concert are from the Mable Durning Flower Fund. It was her wish to give this gift each season.