Front page of the Lyons Recorder announcing the 4th of July contests and parade. Exciting day! year 1902.
Lyons Redstone history museum reopens this year June 1. See a list of exhibits and walking tours.
After a year of COVID-19 precautions, the Longmont Museum will be open this summer, with a full list of concerts, exhibition, camp and more. 2021
Brief history of Town of Lyons. List of events for History Preservation Month. “Retrospective exhibit” at Denver museum. Student poster contest.
Obituary of Glenn Klepel – Glenn Klepel served as Trustee from 1992 thru 1996. In 1996 he was elected Mayor and served from April 1996 thru 1998.
He then was elected Trustee again in 2001 and served thru 2004. He worked and live din Lyons over 34 years, until his death.
This is an introduction to the Lyons Historic Preservation Commission. It lists their goals, including becoming “state qualified,” and getting grants; and doing a walking tour; and putting on a program for under-represented groups in Lyons history.
June 14, 1920 a proposal for the people of Lyons to take over Meadow Park from the railroad owners. Looking toward opening camping for the “auto tourists.”
Author Jane Valentine Barker passed away April 2020. This gives her history and a list of her historic books, and description. Incl. homes and famous women.
Estes Park Museum presents a class online where two experts discuss tips and tricks to conduct your own genealogy research. Free and open to the public.
Women’s History Museum (Wash DC) Our mission for 20 years is to tell the stories of women who transformed our nation. …a growing state-of-the art online presence …future physical museum to educate, inspire, empower, shape the future, and provide a complete view of American history.