Published on Thursday, October 29 2015 13:08
The Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery, at 1421 Pearl Street in Boulder, will host a book signing on Saturday, November 14, from 2 to 4 p.m., by fine art photographer and leading wild horse advocate, Carol Walker. Walker will be signing her latest book, “Galloping to Freedom: Saving the Adobe Town Appaloosas” in the gallery. This event is free, and open to all.
Published on Thursday, October 29 2015 13:03
The Lyons Garden Club raised nearly one thousand dollars at their annual Chili Cook-Off fundraiser last Saturday evening before the Halloween Parade. This year they had a record twenty-four entries for the judging. There were twenty-six crock-pots all together because a couple of Garden Club members made chili just to sell so they would have enough “mild” chili.
Published on Friday, August 21 2015 10:59
Warmer temperatures, the sounds of children playing outside, and baseball on TV can only mean one thing: it is officially summer and the Limon Heritage Museum is open for its 24th season! Venture back to the “good old days” by window shopping at Gates Mercantile, ordering a Coke at Houtz Drug Store, hopping aboard the Pullman Dining Car, or learning a thing or two in the one-room Pioneer Schoolhouse. Colorful, fragrant gardens; one-of-
Published on Thursday, October 29 2015 12:58
Lyons Life with Ken Singer
Rebecca Louzon is known to many in Lyons for her yoga practice and for organizing and overseeing the Outdoor Games for the past several years. However, she also has a science and business background, which gives her an ability to make a living as well as enjoy the physical activities of yoga and her other interests.
Originally from Boston, she moved to Boulder and planned to go to medical school. Too much work and studying however, caused her to have some serious heart problems so she took up yoga and went on, in her words, a “Boulder yoga whore tour,”
Published on Wednesday, July 22 2015 13:39
Free participatory dance program for children, teens, and their parents. Outside on the plaza beside the Dushanbe Teahouse, 6:15 - 7 pm. Tuesdays, June 9, 23, July 7, 21, and August 4. Youngsters learn dances and experience the culture of many countries around the world.
Published on Thursday, October 29 2015 12:45
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her views do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Another glorious week gone by. With a great one and a half inches of slow rain, which did not cause us to panic. So far, beautiful fall!
Published on Thursday, May 28 2015 13:56
By Ron Gosnell
The new trees planted by volunteers last spring have broken dormancy. In spite of a harsh early freeze last fall that caused some damage, all the new trees are growing. Way to go, Volunteers!
The first winter after transplant is critical for new tree survival. The top-notch planting care given by the planting teams, and follow-up maintenance by Public Works, Parks and others, helped achieve this welcome result.