Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 16:12
In the month of May, visitors to the Audubon Nature Center (located at 11280 South Waterton Road) have the unique opportunity to watch research in action while seeing warblers, sparrows, woodpeckers, thrushes, and other songbirds at Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory’s bird banding station.
“The bird banding station is unlike any other encounter with wildlife that I have experienced in my career” according to Community Outreach Coordinator, Kate Hogan. “To have this unique and personal encounter with wild song birds is an
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 16:06
Last Saturday evening the Lyons Elementary PTO hosted their annual Silent Auction fundraiser at Oskar Blues. Parents and community members bid on over one hundred sixty-five donated items ranging from gift certificates to vacation getaways, and they also raised their paddles for straight up contributions with the end result totaling over $24,500!
LES PTO holds only two major fundraisers each year, the Jog-a-thon in the Fall and the Silent Auction in the Spring. These critical fundraisers support teachers and students with ongoing educational activities, field trips, technology, student
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 14:48
By Renée Haip
The Boulder County Track and Field Championships (BoCo) has a proud tradition of showcasing and celebrating the high caliber talent of the county’s two school districts—St. Vrain and Boulder Valley, as well as honoring coaches, officials, and graduating seniors. During the stormy opening ceremonies of the 39th annual edition of BoCo, Lyons seniors Ryan Smith and Lauren Simms represented Lyons in the flag ceremony. Fellow seniors Zach Christiansen and Jenna Anderson, standout athletes and scholars, were honored with scholarships. Congratulations to Christiansen, who was awarded the John “Jet” Johnson Dedication Scholarship, and to Anderson, who was awarded the Bruce Tashiro Memorial Scholarship.
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 14:15
All community members are invited to attend a presentation by Anne Ricker of Ricker/Cunningham on Wednesday, April 22, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Council Chambers at Lyons Town Hall (432 Fifth Avenue). This presentation will include a power point of what tax increment financing, specifically an urban renewal authority, does, what it does not do, and how Lyons could use this mechanism for economic development.
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 14:07
Local artist and community activist Coco Gordon (aka Coco Go, aka SuperSky Woman) invites the public to the ARTBOX to participate as TTT Stylistas, Doers, Viewers, and Fun Documenters in a first yearlong “Framing Lyons” ARTBOX program by donation, to go to the LCF (Lyons Community FoundationRead more: ARTBOX Opening - Become a Stylista!
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 13:56
Creativity and family have been the key pistons of Cathleen “Chrystal” DeCoster’s life. To her, like the moving internal components of an engine that cause other parts of an engine to engage, art is a driving force in the world. Inspirations come to her through drinking in the brilliance of moments, contemplation invited by
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 13:44
Restrictions on non-residential travel on James Canyon Drive have been lifted, as there are no flood recovery-related infrastructure projects currently being undertaken in the area. All modes of travel are now free to use the road between Lefthand Canyon Drive and CO Highway 72. Travel restrictions have been in place since the
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 13:41
Dear Lyons voters,
The April 21, special election was forced to occur by a petition from the group Save Our Parks and Open Space (SOPOS). The petition process requires us to vote on an ordinance that they wrote in private. SOPOS told residents that signing their petition was the only way to guarantee an election before changing the use of
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 13:36
We own the home at 411 Park Street in the confluence area. We are currently renting a home in Lyons and are waiting for the 404 buyout.
Sometime in the past couple of weeks humans came into our Park Street property and took from us our stone wood store hearth. It weighs several hundred pounds. They stole it from our driveway in front of our garage door where it sat since being removed from our destroyed home. You see it was waiting to go to its new homeRead more: Made Our Life Even Sadder