6:30-8pm, Wednesday, June 28 at Oskar Blues

Join award-winning architect Dennis Humphries for an in-depth discussion. Talk to others who have similar interests at tables designated for different topics such as: children; adults and seniors; technology; people spaces and meeting rooms; teens;

To celebrate fifty years of continuous publication and add some fun to the Good Old Days celebration, the Lyons Recorder will conduct a “Yahtzee Subscription Drive” in Sandstone Park on Saturday afternoon, June 24. We will have five large “lawn dice,” and participants will be invited to give them a roll. Get a Yahtzee, and win a two-year subscription to the paper! Total more than 24 points on the five dice, and you get a one-year subscription at half price. Come on down to our booth and support your hometown newspaper.

Join the Town of Lyons for the 41st Annual Good Old Days, a longstanding, community-wide outdoor event that brings together Lyons locals far and wide in a celebration of community. This year, the event will be held in Sandstone Park, with activities for the whole family. Good Old Days will kick-off with the annual Lyons River Run 5K, and features a full schedule with Pancakes in the Park, the Good Old Days Car Show, History Programs, Kids Games, Artisan Booths, Entertainment, Live Music,  Lyons Chamber of Commerce Beer Garden, Food and More!

Schedule of Events
8 am Lyons River Run 5k  | Sandstone Park

8:30 am - 10:30 am Pancakes in the Park donated by Oskar Blues, with proceeds to benefit Lyons Volunteers | Sandstone Park

9:30 am - 4:30 pm Museum Open House: Class of '67 as Mr. & Mrs. Good Old Days; Classes of '07's, 2017- Graduates of Pioneer families | Redstone Museum

10 am - 3 pm Good Old Days Car Show | 4th Avenue

Hosted by the Lyons Volunteers

The Lyons Volunteers are a few of Lyons' unsung heroes - let's show them our gratitude! Thank the Lyons Volunteers in person, as they host this year's Good Old Days' Pancakes in the Park!
Following the 2013 flood, a group of selfless individuals strapped up their boots and offered their help across the community, under the name of the Lyons Volunteers. Today, the Lyons Volunteers is a registered 501(c)3, and continue to offer their services throughout the community, two days a week.
The Volunteers will be serving up pancakes, eggs, and sausage in Sandstone Park, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Sat., June 24 Thanks to the generous donation of food by Oskar Blues, all proceeds benefit Lyons Volunteers!
A $5 donation per plate is suggested.



By Kathleen Spring
At the annual Boulder Heritage Roundtable 24th annual awards ceremony, multiple projects were recognized and honored. The Lyons Depot building was honored, with the project director, Christina Wells receiving the Heritage Roundtable Local History and Preservation Honor Award. Present at the ceremony were LaVern Johnson and Kathleen Spring, Lyons Historical Society, and Estella Cole, historic specialist for the State Historic Fund. 

Don’t miss the River Run 5K, kicking off the 2017 Good Old Days! The course weaves racers through Bohn Park, a mid-corridor trail stretch along the St. Vrain River, and into a few local streets, ending in Sandstone Park.

Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three male and female finishers, and other prizes will be awarded for various categories! Register online or at Town Hall for discounted pre-registration fees! Race day registration is $25 for all ages, so register today!

Course map, registration, and all race information can be found at lyonscolorado.com.


 The Director of the Intermountain Region, National Park Service (NPS), recently signed a decision document that will enable Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) to conduct reroutes and repairs to the Aspen Brook and Twin Sisters trails that were damaged in the September 2013 flood.  
Following the September 2013 flood, park staff prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) to evaluate alternatives and the potential impacts associated with reestablishing five trails that were badly damaged during the flood: Twin Sisters, Aspen Brook, Alluvial Fan, Ypsilon Lake, and Lawn Lake. The purpose of the EA was to identify potential travel routes while protecting natural and cultural resources and preserving

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