Published on Friday, May 22 2015 00:00
By Kathleen Spring
What’s a Community History Party? It’s when a group of home-town folks get together to share laughs and good home-made pot luck food, and listen to tall tales about folks that made small town living great, and hum along to tunes from times gone by. Also, called a Shindig!
In this crazy month of May, with its school graduations, sports finals and wedding season, it is nice to find an opportunity to sit back and let the good times surround you. It is a great way to celebrate Mother’s Day with some old-fashion entertainment. ThisRead more: Shindig! Brings Old-Time Pioneer Tales And Music To Lyons
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:38
Mayor John O’Brien was in our nation’s capital Monday evening trying to straighten out the mess that is our federal government. Actually, he was giving a presentation on resiliency, so Mayor Pro-Tem Connie Sullivan wielded the gavel at the Board of Trustees (BOT) meeting in his stead. In a pre-meeting workshop the Trustees received a presentation from CU-Denver students on municipal campus design concepts (ideas for public works/town hall facilities), and they also had a
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:33
By Meg Waters
The practitioners at Lyons Dental, Lyons Chiropractic, and the Milestone Clinic have long worked to maintain the physical health of Lyons residents. More recently, the Stillwater Healing Arts Clinic and Lyons Community Acupuncture have begun offering holistic healthcare alternatives. Stillwater also offers addiction and related counseling services, but many in the community have become concerned over the past few years about the town’s lack of a full-service mental healthcare
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:28
Shortly after the earthquakes began in Nepal, Lyons Volunteers thought about ways they could help. While attempting to travel there or sending supplies is impractical, well-placed donations could really be helpful. It did not take long to focus onRead more: Pay It Forward For Lyons!
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:23
All are invited to a good old-fashioned Hoe Down! What exactly is Hoe Down you might ask? Modern definitions describe it as a “social gathering at which lively folk dancing takes place”. Other synonyms include a party, shindig, hootenanny, bash, jamboree, dance and celebration. The Lyons Community Foundation is hosting an event that will include all the above in anRead more: Hoe Down for the Home Town
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:16
Golden Gang members, area seniors, and/or other homebound residents, are you interested in joining “Daniel’s Calling Tree?” If you would like to be called, to chat, or be checked in on, on a daily, weekly, or whatever basis, or perhaps you’d like to call someone who wants to chat or be checked on, please contact Danni Smithat (970) 631-2789.
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:12
Boulder County Parks and Open Space announces the 2015 Farm and Water Tour Series. Now in its sixth year, this award-winning program will include three Farm Tours and a Water Tour.
The Water Tour will take place on Saturday, June 13, from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. The all-day water tour gives an on-the-ground view of Boulder County’s water resources, including its roles in producing local food and providing water to rural
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 13:07
As the Ninth Annual Colorado Cane Conclave nears we would like to update everyone on the event and remind you that registration closes on Monday, July 27. Donation items are steadily coming in for the Saint Vrain Anglers Trout Unlimited silent auction with one hundred percent of the proceeds going to the Buttonrock Preserve Restoration Fund. For thoseRead more: Cane Conclave Update
Published on Thursday, May 21 2015 12:56
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions are hers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Another week gone by, some nice days, but it’s still raining. We are susceptible to uncomfortable memories, and although the river rose to over 1400 cubic feet per second, it was much, much higher during the flood! True, it is scary, though.