Published on Thursday, May 09 2013 15:56
The move has been made, and according to all the young dancers, “the new space is really cool, and it is enormous!” Jasmine Lok and Ali Kishiyama are pleased to announce the their new studio (the old Odd Fellows Hall on the corner of High Street and Fourth Avenue) is completed, and they are up and running with a full schedule of dance, yoga, Nia, and music classes. And with the end of the school year fast approaching, Mayama has enough kids’ summer camps, workshops, and dance classes to keep every boy and girl from uttering the
Published on Thursday, May 02 2013 13:53
The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce has a program to welcome new residents to the greater Lyons area. This program, “Lyons Welcomes You,” collects items from Chamber members to place in tote bags that will be given to new residents.
All that is needed from Chamber members are twenty-five items that will help to market your business or service to new residents. The committee
Published on Thursday, April 18 2013 10:05
Dr. Lieve Kamholz has opened Mountain HouseVet, a full-purpose mobile veterinary clinic serving the greater Lyons area. Dr. Kamholz is available primarily by appointment, and also provides emergency care between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., every day.
A 2003 graduate of the CSU College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Kamholz lives with her husband and two children in Pinewood Springs. She has ten years experience in emergency medicine and specializes in both western
Published on Thursday, April 25 2013 09:38
Two Lyons natives have taken a different angle on Colorado’s emerging marijuana industry by inventing a board game. Mike Ginwright and Robb Deeter, both of whom graduated in the 1980’s from Lyons High School, threw around the idea of making a board game based on marijuana in Colorado since they were eighteen or nineteen years old.
When medical marijuana was legalized decades later they picked the idea up again and ran with it. The result is the Colorado Cannabis Craze produced by their company, Hilljack Entertainment.
Published on Thursday, April 11 2013 08:31
Mayama Movement Studio owners Ali Kishiyama and Jasmine Lok are pleased and excited about moving their studio down the street. Currently located in the rear of The Stone Cup & Kitchen, the two women have been in negotiations with representatives of the Colorado Odd Fellows Association to rent the Odd Fellows Hall, which has been unused since the local branch stopped functioning last year. Lok says the move will triple their space overall, and double the studio space.