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Libraries Transform Book Pick

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2020-08-28 10:00:41

Exciting news: Our library is participating in Libraries Transform Book Pick digital reading program! This popular program connects readers nationwide by offering free access to the same e-book through public libraries.

This year’s pick is the Book of the Little Axe by Lauren Francis-Sharma. We’ll have e-book copies available September 14th- September 28th through Overdrive, without any need for holds or waitlists! This would be a great choice for your book club’s next pick or join in our Lyons Community Library discussion on Thursday, October 8th at 7pm.

Not sure how to access Overdrive? Visit our website or call 303-823-5165 and we can help you!

For more information on the book and ways to join in the national conversation, click here. Ilovelibraries.org/libraries-transform-book-pick.

Libraries Transform Book Pick

The Libraries Transform Book Pick is a popular digital reading program that connects readers nationwide by offering free access to the same ebook through public libraries. At the same time, it gives public libraries and the professionals working there opportunities to engage with readers about the e…

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We are starting something new and exciting over here! Starting Monday, September…

We are starting something new and exciting over here! Starting Monday, September... 2

2020-09-25 12:00:48

We are starting something new and exciting over here! Starting Monday, September 28, we will be featuring one of our chamber member businesses each week in a Spotlight Member of the Week!

In addition, as part of the Spotlight Member of the Week we will also have a Special Sponsor with a giveaway every Wednesday for Win It Wednesday!!

Make sure to come back all of next week to learn new things each day about our first Spotlight Member of the Week Jenna Brink from the Lyons Mane! We also need to give a huge shoutout to our very first Special Sponsor – Green Goo!!

Make sure the check out the Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook page and Instagram account next week for all the details!

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Bell of Renewal

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2020-09-24 08:17:52

On September 11, 2020, the Lyons, Colorado Arts and Humanities Commission (LAHC) installed the bronze Bell of Renewal sculpture in Lyons, Colo. with a small ceremony respecting the town's COVID safety regulations. The sculpture is designed to commemorate the flood of 2013 that devastated the region, and symbolize Lyons' resiliency and grit throughout the recovery process that continues today. The Bell of Renewal, created by Colorado-based artists James G. Moore and Anita Miller, was funded by the Town of Lyons and private funders.

Please take a moment to watch this short film on the unveiling of this permanent Legacy addition to the LAHC's heARTS of LYONS, our outdoor public arts collection.

We encourage everyone to visit the Bell of Renewal near the Rocky Mountain Botanic Gardens and to ring the bell to signify hope, recovery, and renewal, no matter the context. Follow the LAHC on Facebook and join our newsletter to get up-to-date information on the arts in Lyons, including the date in 2021 when we can safely celebrate the Bell of Renewal together.

Also, stop by Western Stars Gallery & Studio to support the LAHC's newest fundraiser, Baby Bells, the sale of brass bells tied on symbolic yellow ribbons. This $3 purchase, as well as any always-welcome donations, help benefit the LAHC's arts-related efforts and public art endeavors in the Town of Lyons.

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Bell of Renewal

On September 11, 2020, the Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission (LAHC) installed the Bell of Renewal with an unveiling ceremony, maintaining compliance with …

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THROWBACK THURSDAY Did you know that chickens are the closest living relative o…

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2020-09-24 06:15:07

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Did you know that chickens are the closest living relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex? They also have the capacity to remember over 100 different faces of people or animals. In honor of the human/chicken relationship, here is a photo of a woman shopping with her Buff Orpington at our local Target in the BeforeCovidTimes…followed by a few even older photos (including a woman walking her hen in Paris):


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