LYONS – The April Lyons Chamber Social was sponsored by Valley Bank, Greenwood and Gwynne’s Greenhouse, and held at Valley Bank. It was a fundraiser for Greenwood with help from Gwynne’s donating flower starts, which were in turn purchased by chamber members to support Greenwood. It also was to honor Earth Day. Thanks to the great sponsors for a great event.
The May Chamber Social will be held on May 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 431 Main St. and also next door at 437 Main St. Co-sponsors are the Barking Dog Café, Lyons Reruns, Buttercream Bakery, and Balcony Office Suites (above Barking Dog). Come mix and mingle and celebrate these new downtown businesses and/or locations with your fellow business associates! RSVP via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 303-823-5215.
The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce, LACC, is seeking Lyons area photographs to be used in the chamber’s photography section of the Chamber Press Kit. The Chamber Press Kit allows the media to download photographs for free. These photographs can be of events, families, or sports or nature or anything related to the Lyons area. Appropriate credit will be given to the media but its use is not guaranteed. The chamber will add the photos to its stock image library. Please contact John Burke of the LACC publicity committee at email@example.com for more information.
Lyons Community Foundation’s second annual golf tournament will be held at 8 a.m. on June 19 at the Ute Creek Golf Course in Longmont. Put together a foursome or sign up individually for a four-person scramble. Breakfast burritos are being provided by City Chicks Food & Flicks and bottled water is from Steamboat Mountain Natural Foods.
A cooking boot camp will be held by chefs Susanna Minichiello and Chelsea Jowell of Aprovecha. Back to Basics Culinary Education is offering a focused, hands-on boot camp designed to teach you how to have a yummy dinner ready for you and your family every night. The class will be held on May 23 at the Lyons Farmette on Colorado Highway 66 just east of the U Pump It gas station, look for the rooster at the mail box. We’ll share the simple techniques a personal chef uses to plan and prep so you can make meals for the whole week with ease. Empower yourself in your kitchen and your life, because you and your family deserve good food everyday, and we know that with the right approach you can provide it. Contact Chelsea Jowell at 303-514-8851 and Susanna Minichiello at 303-868-9565, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lyons Outdoor Market will be held every Saturday. This is an outdoor market featuring a large variety of artists, gourmet food and unique retailers every Saturday until October 10th at 446 Main St. between St. Vrain Pharmacy and Cilantro Mary’s. More info is available at http://www.lyonsoutdoormarket.com.
On June 5 the second beer brewing series will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on June 5 at the Lyons Farmette. The cost is $35 per class. Brewing class number three will be held on July 10.
At the second class (aside from enjoying the fruits of the first brewing session) we’ll conduct a mini-mash to augment malt extract. Mashing allows the brewer to experiment with a much wider variety of grains for a wider range of flavor and color. We’ll also bottle a portion of the first class’ batch. Please RSVP to email@example.com.Back to Top