Transition Movement Update

On Saturday, October 16, the first session of the new Lyons Workshop Series, PERMACULTURE (P/C) 101, co-sponsored by the Lyons Department of Parks and Recreation, Transition Town Lyons, and Water Mark of Lyons Permaculture, was completed in an absolutely outstanding way. Coco Gordon and Jennifer Murnan, Certified

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Downtown Munchkin Masquerade

Sunday, October 31 | 2 - 5 p.m. | Pearl Street

Each Halloween Downtown Boulder is invaded by tiny ghosts & goblins, dinosaurs & dragons, fairies & princes, super heroes and animals of every size trick-or-treating along Pearl Street's pedestrian mall and the East and West Ends.

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Heartfelt Thank You

Dear Editor,
Thanks to Dee Dee and my family, we had a great party on Oct. 1, celebrating two events; the closing of the Lyons Café, and the opening of Double D Accounting in its new location. After a lengthy run of 48 years, the “pie place” is calling it quits. This was the final celebration to bid goodbye and say a heartfelt thank-you to the many, many

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Snakes and Skinks

Colorado Reptile Humane Society (CoRHS) has a nice selection of healthy, well-socialized snakes and skinks available for adoption.  During the month of October, the adoption fee for all snakes and skinks is just $20!  All are eating well and  ready for a forever home.  We also have bargain-priced used equipment for purchase to help you appropriately house your pet reptile.

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Lyons Parks & Recreation News

The plans for Halloween in Lyons have firmed up. On Saturday, October 30, the annual Halloween Parade will once again this year be held on Main Street. Costumed marchers

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Hopeless

Dear Editor
I write this letter with a heavy heart after hearing of seven young people who, in the last month, took their own lives because of the bullying and taunting they endured. While

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Lyons Historical Society Has a Banner Year

By Kathleen Spring

Lyons’ historical heritage rose in prominence in 2010, through the efforts of a few devoted people and enriching grants.  The bad economy effected the Lyons Historical Society’s efforts in good and bad ways.  The benefits of new exhibits and programs to the town’s residents will last for many years to come.

 

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