LYONS – The June social was cancelled due to the busy month in Lyons with Good Old Days and the Outdoor Games.
The July Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce Social will be held on Wednesday, July 14 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Stone Cup, 442 High St. Co-sponsors are the Stone Cup, Mayama Movement Studio, Ohm Salon + Gallery, the Lyons Outdoor Market (Matt DePofi and Susan McCausland), Ralston Antiques, and the White Lion. Come mix and mingle with your fellow business owners. RSVP Please by calling 303-823-5215 or send an email to email@example.com.
A big thank you to all who volunteered to serve at the Good Old Days Beer Tent – with a huge thank you to Rick England, Dan Bruckner, and John O’Brien for their tireless hours spent in running the event.
The Lyons Redstone Museum at 340 High St. is open every day. The displays in the town’s old schoolhouse, built in 1881, depict the history of Lyons in photos, and genealogy, with a gift shop and book sale too. You can also take a drive-by tour of the Lyons Historic District, which consists of 15 sandstone buildings, built from 1880 to 1932. Pick up a brochure at the museum.
A Gulf Coast Fundraiser will be hosted by Lyons Mane Hair Salon, 138 East Main St., in the Lyons Village Central. The Lyons Mane, owned by Jenna Brink, will be sending all of its hair clippings to A Matter of Trust, an organization that will be using the hair for the oil spill by putting it in nylons. If any one wants to donate nylons (ripped is ok), they can drop them by the salon. Call for an appointment today at 303-823-6736 to get a cut for a good cause. For information visit http://www.matteroftrust.org/programs/hairmatsinfo.html.
Rock Your Senses – Eat In Lyons: that’s the name of a summer promotion being launched by seven chamber restaurants. During the summer season they will offer generous discounts to patrons who present a Rock Your Senses coupon. Print yours now. Print several and stick them in your wallet for use until August 30 at any of the seven participating establishments.
We would like to encourage people to volunteer for the LCF Centurion Cycling Event, July 16 to 18 go to www.centurioncycling.com to sign up.
Diane Johnson has recently moved her business, Double D Accounting, to 138 East Main St. in Lyons Village Central shopping center. Double D’s regular hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed from 12 noon to 1 p.m. each day for lunch. Johnson is working with her daughter and associate, Cassie Walters. Tax or business information may be dropped off with Walters if Johnson is out of the office. Double D Accounting handles payroll, business set-ups, tax preparation, tax planning and IRS representation. For more information, contact Double D Accounting at 303-823-6358.Back to Top