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Longmont Library Expands Discovery Pass Program

January 9, 2019
Longmont Times-Call

Six months after the introduction of the Discovery Pass program, the Longmont Public Library has added four new attractions to the program: Dinosaur Ridge National Natural Landmark, the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, the Museum of Boulder, and Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum.

In addition to the new offerings, the Discovery Pass also provides free access once a year to twelve history, art, science, culture, and nature destinations, to which the library said they will continue to add.

For the time being the pass includes access to The Butterfly Pavilion, The Clyfford Still Museum, the Denver Firefighters Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Dinosaur Ridge National Natural Landmark, the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, Golden History Museum and Park, The Longmont Museum, The Molly Brown House Museum, the Museum of Boulder, The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum, and WOW! Children’s Museum.

Because destinations have varying operating days and hours, patrons are encouraged to review the hours and availability of the attraction before reserving a pass. Any patron with a Longmont Library Adult Resident library card can reserve a pass at no cost. Pass holders do not have to come to the library to collect their pass, but a printed pass must be shown at the venue entrance.

Reserving a Discovery Pass can be done on library’s website under the Discovery Pass tab on the left side of the screen. Passes may be reserved up to 30 days in advance. One pass for each museum may be reserved once per calendar year.

Changes or cancellations may be made up to 24 hours in advance by calling the Library Reference Desk at 303-651-8472.

John Spina: 303-473-1389, jspina@times-call.com or twitter.com/jsspina24

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