Community Events

Star Spangled Splash Celebration at the Boulder Reservoir

The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2nd Annual Star Spangled Splash event on Friday, July 4. The Boulder Reservoir is located at 5565 N. 51st St. and will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Lyons Girl Scouts Earn Bronze

Lyons Girl Scouts from Troop 3970 earned their Bronze Awards this Spring by following through with a service project to make a positive difference in the community. In selecting their project, the girls thought of what they loved, in their case animals, and chose to help Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

During April meetings, the girls constructed wooden nesting boxes, and carry containers, made rice socks, and squirrel

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LCF Announces Highway Cleanup Day

The annual Lyons Community Foundation (LCF) Highway Cleanup Day is set for Saturday, June 7, from 9 till 11 a.m., or noon-ish (The more people who show up, the less time it takes!) LCF is responsible for the first two miles of Rt. 36 from the light at

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Lions Club Tree Fund

Following the April 26, “Adopt-A-Tree” planting event, the Lions Club has paid all bills due and retains a tree fund balance of donated money for future tree plantings by the Town of Lyons.

The Lions Club received a total of $11,080, which included Colorado Tree Coalition and CAN’d Aid foundation grants and

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Flood History Project

On Wednesday, September 11, through Sunday, September 15, Lyons Colorado experienced a weather event that changed the history of the town forever. In five days the rainfall matched the normal accumulated total for a full year. The result was what has been referred to as a “1000 year Flood Event.”  During the flood and

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