Come be a part of the fun on Thursday, July 4, for our annual parade and picnic.
Parade 11 am
The parade will begin promptly at 11:00am at the corner of Key Blvd. and Highland St. Line up on 17th St., just off of Highland Street starting at 10:30am. The parade will travel east on Key Blvd. to Edgewood St., where it will turn left to continue along Edgewood St. to the Lyon Village Park.
Included in the parade will be antique cars, and police and fire vehicles. As usual, the antique cars and fire trucks will remain after the parade so everyone can get a closer look. If you would like to drive your antique car in the parade, please email John Carten at GJCarten@verizon.net.
Following the parade, we will gather in the park for a picnic. We ask that you bring a dish to share or your own picnic and beverages. We will provide water. Due to fewer volunteers, we are modifying the format this year to make it less labor intensive. This does not mean, however, that we will have any less fun; it just requires folks to plan ahead and bring along a dish to share or your own picnic. You can drop off a dish to share ahead of the parade at the Park.
To volunteer to help with the picnic, kids games or clean-up, please email Tom Harrison at Tom1@outlook.com or Tony Abreu at Tony.Abreu@gmail.com.
Join us for a night of fun and camaraderie at the Lyon Village Community House. First seating is 5–6:30pm; the second is 7–8:30pm. Adults $10, children $5. The menu includes spaghetti with marinara or meat sauce, salad, and garlic bread. Also available for purchase will be wine, soda, and baked goods.
Volunteer: The Spaghetti Dinner needs you! Flexible times for volunteering, many of which require only an hour. You can volunteer for something in the days leading up to the dinner, or for something during the event itself. Please email lvchevents at gmail dot com if you would like to help.
Raffles: Tickets are one for $3 or two for $5. Prizes include gift baskets, small electronics, and games. New this year will be a 50/50 Raffle; 50% of the proceeds from the raffle go to the winning ticket holder and 50% goes toward Community House improvements.
Bake Sale: Baked goods needed! To donate, please email lvchevents at gmail dot com or Heidi Morrison at rvisek at msn dot com or 703-875-0324. Baked goods can be dropped at the Community House on Saturday after 12noon.
Looking forward to seeing everyone on November 4th!
Join us for a night of fun and camaraderie at the Lyon Village Community House: first seating is 5–6:30; the second is 7–8:30. Adults $10, children $5. Our traditional menu includes spaghetti with meat sauce or marinara, salad, and garlic bread. Also available for purchase are wine, soda, and baked goods.
Volunteering: Spaghetti Dinner needs you! Flexible times for volunteering, many of which require only an hour. Sign up at signup.com/go/QyNAxE, or contact Andrea Briere at abriere at foxdog dot net or 703.402.2232.
Raffles: One raffle per seating, tickets 1 for $3 or 2 for $5—prizes include gift baskets, electronics, and games.
Bake Sale: Baked goods needed! To donate, please sign up online or contact Heidi Morrison at rvisek at msn dot com or 703.875.0324. Baked goods can be dropped at the Community House on Saturday after 12.
Looking forward to seeing everyone on November 5th!
Plan on a night of family fun and community camaraderie. Join friends and neighbors for a delicious meal of spaghetti (meat sauce or marinara), salad, bread, wine, and baked goods:
- First seating is 5:00 to 6:30,
- Second seating is 7:00 to 8:30,
- Tickets available at the door: adults $10, children 2-10 years $5.
Volunteering: This long-standing LV tradition requires the work of 45 volunteers, and we currently have 15. There are positions available before, during, and after the event, and many require only an hour or less of time. Please volunteer via Volunteer Spot: vols.pt/1uL37U. Sign up is easy, and the only requirement is an email address (you are not required to create an account). If you'd prefer not to volunteer online, please contact Andrea Briere at abriere at nas dot edu or 703.402.2232. Contributing your time is a wonderful way to get to know your neighbors and to keep the tradition alive!
Raffle: This year we will hold a raffle, one per seating, for an iPad Mini. Drawings will be at 6:15 and 8:30. Tickets will be 1 for $3 and 2 for $5. You must be present to win. Good luck!
Bake Sale: Still hungry? Visit the bake sale for a dessert of scrumptious baked goods. To donate baked goods, please contact Heidi Morrison at rvisek at msn dot com or 703.875.0324. You can also drop baked goods at the Community House on Saturday after 12.
Donations: The Community House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Community House.
Looking forward to seeing everyone on November 7th!