Published on Thursday, May 29 2014 11:55
Parade wave passes by
Pomp and circumstance proudly plays
Published on Thursday, May 29 2014 11:46
By Mary Chase
Yesterday I completed my fourteenth Bolder Boulder, one of the nation’s largest 10K running races. I have completed this race every year since I moved here, through many of life’s milestones. Yesterday’s milestone was especially sentimental to me; I completed the Bolder Boulder with my eleven-year-old daughter Zoe for the first time. I get teary-eyed just
Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 17:03
Now that the snow has apparently ceased for the season, Lyons “tomato-grower-extraordinaire” Dave Williams has a wide variety of tomato plant starters available for residents who would like to help support the Lyons Depot Library (currently located at 405-A Main Street). Williams over the years has successfully grown many varieties of tomatoes, and has come up with a list of his favorites that
Published on Thursday, May 29 2014 11:37
The Longmont Public Library, 409 4th Avenue, now offers A Bushel’s Worth: An Ecobiography by Lyons author Kayann Short, Ph.D., through their “Books in a Bag Program.” This program makes ten copies of a selected book available for book groups. Author information and discussion questions are also provided. Single copies of A Bushel’s Worth are also available on the Colorado Authors Shelf and in non-fiction.
Published on Thursday, May 22 2014 17:10
Another week gone by, and great weather. It gave folks time to cut their grass, plant some flowers, etc. We had a pretty nice rain, causing the grass to green and the flowers to bloom. Let’s enjoy this nice spring weather while we can.
Published on Thursday, May 15 2014 13:38
The Butterfly Pavilion’s front entrance is home to a new wind-powered kinetic sculpture by Lyons artist John King. Commissioned in June of 2012, the original work-in-progress was wiped out along with King’s studio at his home along the St. Vrain River during the historic flood last September. After rebuilding his studio at what is locally know as “The River