Official Communications from the Town of Lyons

Good Old Days

Saturday, June 29 | Lyons Redstone Museum

Good Old Days

The Lyons Good Old Days Celebration is an occasion to celebrate the rich history of the town and enjoy the people, places and activities that makes Lyons such a special community. This year, in honor of the 40th Anniversary of the Lyons Redstone Museum, all festivities will take place at the Lyons Redstone Museum (340 High Street) and Lyons Elementary School

There will be kids activities and games, live music, Dizzy's Fun Center, the Good Old Days Car Show, face painting, museum tours, and root beer floats (see below) - all to celebrate being Rooted in Lyons! Join the fun!

Good Old Days

Good Old Days Root Beer Floats

In partnership with the Lyons Community Foundation, we will be serving ice-cold root beer floats at Good Old Days!

With ice cream sponsored by Lyons Dairy Bar, root beer sponsored by Oskar Blues, and a special Lyons steel cup - all for just $5 - how can you go wrong?!

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Lyons/Nederland Omnium Road & Criterium Races

Lyons/Nederland Omnium Road & Criterium Races

Peak to Peak Road Race - Saturday, June 29

On Saturday, June 29, the CEMEX Safer Roads Together will host a Peak to Peak bicycle road race, starting in Lyons and ending in Nederland. The starting line will be staged near Sandstone Park, along Railroad Avenue, with start times ranging from 7 to 8:45 a.m. Traffic is expected to be congested around this area, until approximately 9:15 a.m. The route follows SH-7 to the Peak to Peak Highway, with an estimated 11:30 a.m. finish in Nederland.

Criterium Race - Sunday, June 30

On the following Sunday, June 30, the Crit Race will take place from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., in a continuous loop from 4th Ave. and Broadway east to the Park St. and US-36 intersection, and trailing back along Railroad Ave. to 4th Ave. (map below).

Residents to the south of Railroad, along Park and Evans St. between 1st and 3rd Ave., should use 2nd Ave. at Park St. to McConnell for eastern entrance/exit, and 5th Ave. for western traffic.

All races were approved by the Boulder County Special Events Permit process, in conjunction with the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office and Colorado State Patrol.

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Reminder: Tubing Ban Still in Effect

In the interest of public safety, the Boulder County Sheriff's Office and the Lyons Fire Protection District has enacted a tubing ban, beginning June 21. The ban pertains to all single-chamber flotation devices, and encompasses the North and South St. Vrain Creeks and the St. Vrain River, from the western county line through the entire length of Boulder County.  

The ban will be in effect until further notice. 

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