The Stone Cup “personal story” by Mindy Tallent…begins with: In September of 2004, Sam and I purchased the property and business … In all my wildest dreams I had never once imagined owning a small business, let alone a coffee shop! Our daughter Rachel began working for us and quickly became our lead barista and creative consultant. Our son Sam helped during the summers of 2006 and 2007. /continued/
Lyons Good Old Days
==speakers and topics
==preserving historic schoolhouse, and Lyons history
==introduction of people in audience
==list of connecting articles/events
including concert in park
HISTORY: Marguerite Peoples ran the Lyons Cafe for 48 years,.. known as the Pie Place. PART 2 — recollecting the buildings and people of Lyons, from 1970 to 2006, and how things have changed …and Good Old Days beginnings, flood, schools and trains.
Lyons Good Old Days, June 24-25, 2022
==Friday – dedication of bench for Lyons Vietnam veteran
==Saturday – Museum history program 1-1:30
Followed by Open House of Museum
==Weekend: 50 Yr Anniversary of 1970, 1971, 1972, classes – picnic in Park
==Live concert in Sandstone Park
Lyons is celebrating LGBT PRIDE MONTH.
***THIS HAS BEEN UPDATED with more details*** 6/12/22
Pridefest Lyons June 18th.
==coffee house get together
==proclamation by Town of Lyons
==March around town with banners and flags
==booths, experts, help/tips, referrals, etc
==crafts, face painting,
==local nonprofits that can help you
Summer started with a blast of fun in Lyons
==Android Jones unveiled his mural sketch
==annual Art Fair in Bohn Park
==Bee-In Festival, with lots to experience
==Town Summer concerts in the park
Week-long exhibit, speakers and documentary film at Lyons Regional Library.
==done by Lyons artist Anita Miller while living in Ohio; now a travelling exhibit across US
==private viewing times for —veterans -children -seniors
==honors 22 Marines killed in action in Iraq
==life size statute of veteran;
and items worn by marines
HISTORY: Marguerite Peoples ran the Lyons Cafe for 48 years,.. known as the Pie Place. On this Mother’s Day week, we celebrate her as “the Mother Who Fed the Town”!
This is part of her journal in which she recalls the many people who were part of her cafe’s history over the decades.
She was honored as Boulder County Business Hall of Fame recipient in 2006.
The Pillar of Fire led the people of Israel out of slavery to the Promised Land. It can be a striking image for our lives, such as in the tragedies of the Calwood and Marshall fires… Or when we experience all the heartache of pandemics, lost jobs, troubled youth, aging…. It is these dark and burning experiences that lead us to discover the truth and the mystery of Easter, and the beauty of life itself.