Published on Thursday, June 06 2013 03:54
The Boulder County Commissioners announced the recipients of six Sustainability Grants in the following Boulder County communities: Longmont, Lyons, Nederland, Jamestown, Boulder ,and Lafayette. Boulder County’s Sustainability Matching Grant Program provides an opportunity for governmental organizations in the county to undertake environmental sustainability priorities within their communities.
In addition to supporting localized efforts, Boulder County’s Environmental Sustainability Matching Grant Program will assist the County inRead more: Boulder County Awards Sustainability Grants to Local Communities
Published on Thursday, May 30 2013 05:08
Race officials estimate that over fifty thousand people turned out on Memorial Day to participate in the 2013 running of the Bolder Boulder.
The participants were decked out in everything from running gear to tutus, as well as a large contingency of left over Halloween costumes. It was definitely the best “people watching” experience to be had in Boulder County over the holiday weekend. One hundred and twelve of thoseRead more: Lyons Runners Fare Well In Bolder Boulder
Published on Thursday, May 16 2013 08:49
According Boulder County Coroner Emma Hall and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Boulder resident Michel Van Duym, age forty-six, was stuck and killed while riding his bike through Lyons last Saturday evening (May 11) at approximately 5:11 p.m.Read more: Tragedy In Lyons
Published on Thursday, May 23 2013 06:01
By Joseph Lekarczyk
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this article is married to the Mayor.
If you’ve gotten a couple of parking tickets in Lyons over the last few years, and you’ve put off going down to court in Town Hall on the third Wednesday of each month to take care of the fines, consider yourself notified the next time you park in Lyons (legally or not), you could find yourself uttering the line, “Dude, where’s my car?” The Lyons Board of Trustees (BOT) on Monday evening passed on second reading an ordinance that will allow the Town to impound vehicles, which have been ticketed twice in the last three years, and have failed to payRead more: Dude, Where's My Car?
Published on Thursday, May 16 2013 08:22
LYBSA Softball Tournament
The Lyons Youth Baseball and Softball Association is hosting the seconnd annual Boys 9-10 Recreational baseball tournament, sponsored by local Lyons Business Somkin’ Dave’s BBQ and Taphouse. Eight teams form Lyons and Longmont will be playing in a preseason tune up tournament May 18-19 at the Bohn Park Ball Fields. There will be 100+ players participating along with 200-300 spectators over the two-day period. Games will be played throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday. The concession stand will be open for business! Come on down and support youth sports in Lyons!
River Run Training Group
Adult Cardio Sculpt Fitness
This class is designed to help maintain your cardiovascular health by combining high intensity cardiovascular routines with strength training. We welcome you to come and enjoy the benefits of working out in a group setting. Must be eighteen years or older. Classes will be held at the Walt Self Resident Building Thursdays, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., April 25 through May 23. Classes $10 each. Must have eight pre-registered in order to hold the class. Please register online or stop by Town Hall during business hours.
Child/Parent Mountain Bike Clinic
Lyons Parks & Recreation and Lee McCormack of Lee Likes Bikes are pleased to offer a Child & Parent Biking Clinic. This clinic will give riders the skills to ride pump tracks and dirt jumps safely. No matter what style of riding you love, or what level you ride, you will finish with a solid foundation, a renewed passion, and a whole new level of flow. Attendees will go through a progression that includes position, braking, cornering, riding up and down obstacles, and pumping terrain. This class is for 8 to 12 year olds and a parent. The fee for this class is $80 per pair and will be held on Monday, May 20, from 5 to 7 p.m. There must be a minimum four, maximum of six in order to hold the class.
This class will be taught by Lee McCormack who is considered one of the world’s top bicycle skills instructors. Bring your favorite bike, helmet and gloves, as well as drink, snack and basic trailside tools. Knee and elbow pads are optional; anything that makes you feel confident is a good thing.
For more information, or to sign up, please contact the Lyons Park & Recreation Department at (303) 823-8250.