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It's official; it's carved in stone! Raul Vasquez and his crew from Blue Mountain Stone were busy earlier this week preparing the sandstone sign, which formerly read “Meadow Park,” and will now reads “LaVern M. Johnson Park.”
Summer Calendar of Events
Library is now open on Thursdays 10:30-5 pm!
Magic Tree House Party & Summer Kick-off, Sat., June 3, 2-3 pm
STEM Tuesdays at the Library
ALL AGES STORYTIME & CRAFT
Senior Book Club - Walt Self Community Center, Thurs., June 15,12:30 pm. Feature: Even Tide by Kent Haruf
Lyons Regional Library Board Meeting - Tuesday, June 27, 6:30 pm. The public is always welcome to attend.
Stuffed Animal Sleepover at the Library - Fri., Aug. 4
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Fri.: 10:30 am –3:30 pm • Sat.: 9 am – 2 pm
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Dr. Justin Deal and his wife Stacy are pleased to announce the opening of their new business Lyons Eye Optometry, at 193 Main Street, in the Lyons Village Central Plaza (next to the Lyons Dairy Bar).
Dr. Deal, a Hoosier by birth, attended undergrad at Indiana University, before getting his Doctor of Optometry at the Illinois College of Optometry. After
Going for Green in Lyons?
By Kathleen Thurmes
Editor's Note: This new column, appearing on the second and fourth Thursday of every month, will explore topics related to Zero Waste with a special focus on sustainability in Lyons. We’ll be talking about tips and tricks for reducing waste along with goings-on around recycling and composting right here in Lyons. More information and ways to take action can be found at www.ecocycle.org/zero-waste-lyons
Zero Waste sounds like a really big, intimidating thing, right? It sounds like a huge lifestyle commitment. Maybe you have run across people who carry a 12-oz
Just in time for Memorial Day, the Redstone Museum will open a new display honoring the descendants of the Lyons pioneer family of Swift/Bohn/Smith. The permanent display of historical family artifacts will begin in late May, and is courtesy of Phillip and Dolph Swift and their wives Charlene and Cheryl of Estes Park.