Lyons hosts Community Picnic to celebrate 125th Anniversary
The Village of Lyons will host a Community Picnic on Sunday Oct. 13th to celebrate the 125thAnniversary of the Village’s incorporation.
The picnic will be held at Veterans Park from noon until 8 pm and will feature a wide range of family and children’s entertainment including a Jump Houses, Food Vendors, Live Music, and a special Door County Fish Boil presented by the Lyons Retirees.
The picnic will also feature a beer tent and a variety of historical displays showcasing Lyons’ history and traditions.
Admission to the picnic is free of charge.
“The history of Lyons is embedded in the history of the entire Chicagoland and Southwest region,” said Mayor Christopher Getty.
“We are proud of what we have accomplished and built here in the village and we’re proud of our family oriented environment. We have a strong business community and a heritage that is second to none.”
Getty noted that the picnic is a part of a series of events that Lyons has been showcasing this year which marks the 125th year since the incorporation of the village in 1888.
“We also have an inaugural Dinner Dance that will be held in the evening on Friday November 15 at Village Hall to commemorate the 125th year milestone of the Village of Lyons,” Getty said.
“I think every resident of Lyons should be proud of what we have accomplished in Lyons and participate to make it an even stronger community.”
For more information on the Picnic and other events, visit the Village of Lyons website at www.VillageofLyons-IL.net.