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Boulder County transitions to Safer at Home starting May 9th. All City facilities are closed until further notice with the exception of Coal Creek Golf Course, which has reopened to the public. For more information, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

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COVID-19 (coronavirus)  

Effective March 24, 2020, City indoor facilities and most outdoor recreational facilities will be closed until further notice. Parks and open space remain open, but residents are reminded to maintain six feet of distance and not to gather in groups. Visit LouisvilleCO.gov/COVID19 for the full details.

Due to the rapidly changing nature of public health guidance for in-person events, information will change. Please check the calendar before attending any City events. Event cancellations and information for joining public meetings that are available online will be available on this calendar.

Check out these other City Calendars for more events, programs, and presentations.

CANCELLED Louisville Landmarked

First Friday Art Walk

Effective March 24, 2020, City indoor facilities and most outdoor recreational facilities will be closed until further notice. Parks and open space remain open, but residents are reminded to maintain six feet of distance and not to gather in groups. Visit LouisvilleCO.gov/COVID19 for the full details.

Due to the rapidly changing nature of public health guidance for in-person events, information will change. Please check the calendar before attending any City events. Event cancellations and information for joining public meetings that are available online will be available on this calendar.

Louisville’s reputation for having “small town character” is due in large part to the existence of its walkable downtown neighborhoods of small-scale old homes built when coal mining was the town’s main industry. In recognition of Preservation Month, come discover the histories of Louisville’s landmarked buildings and learn about its landmark program and Historic Preservation Fund.

Stop by the Museum to discover hidden and interesting aspects of Louisville history and to tour the historic buildings on the Museum campus at 1001 Main during the First Friday Art Walks! 

Historical Museum | 1001 Main Street | 303-335-4850 | email

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