Published on Thursday, April 25 2013 02:33
In spite of the recent snows, spring has arrived in Lyons! One clear sign is the return of colorful bluebirds and finches to our town. Unfortunately, these birds are under threat from some nasty neighbors.
House sparrows and starlings are non-native, invasive species that kill and out-compete native birds like the Mountain Bluebird. Please help keep native songbirds coming back to Lyons by
Published on Thursday, April 25 2013 02:09
Now we are having a lot of snow, sixteen inches last week, and it melted right away, and about eight inches today! That will really green things up. It is a sad thought, the snow and rain cause things to grow, the sun then dries them out, and causes the wildfires! There doesn’t seem to be any solution to that on going problem! However, I like nice sprIng snows that melt fast. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Published on Thursday, April 18 2013 09:15
The weekend of Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, brings two of my favorite local bands to Oskar Blues in Lyons. The two bands are very different from each other, but similar in their ability to entertain folks with first-class music.
Published on Thursday, April 18 2013 09:20
Spring brings with it a desire to be outdoors. Many Northern Colorado towns host Friday night walks where people take to the city streets, pop in and out of specialty shops, galleries, and/or museums, and partake of refreshments (often free). Daytime suggests a stroll to view art in public places. You’ll
Published on Thursday, April 18 2013 09:06
This Sunday, April 21, at 2 p.m., in the Stanley Hotel Concert Hall, the public is invited to come and welcome the Seicento Baroque Ensemble, Colorado’s premier Baroque choir, as it gets dramatic for the conclusion of their second successful season with a delightful program, “Divine Histories: Religious Ecstasy in Music.” Who doesn’t love a good story filled with drama and intrigue? Including music of the
Published on Thursday, April 18 2013 09:16
Thursday Nights Open Mic at Spirit Hound Distillers
Sign up starts 6:30 pm
Published on Thursday, April 18 2013 08:42
In a time when it was not appropriate for women to be activists in the public eye, Helen Hunt Jackson brushed aside the improprieties, and published two major books to show the adverse conditions that American Indians were being subjected to on reservations.
The Lyons Historic Society is sponsoring a solo performance by re-enactor Bonnie Kohl on Sunday, May 12, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the log cabin of Smokin’ Dave’s BBQ & Taphouse, in Lyons. This