Living in the Know – May 2016 The theme of this month’s podcast is “Living things”, as Lisa and Catherine talk about a local zoo in Le Vaud, and provide information on where to leave your pets when you go on holiday. They also give advice on how to avoid duck fleas in the lake, […]
There is a good weather forecast for Nyon for the next few days, here are a few suggestions of some outdoor activities. Note: most shops will be closed on Thursday 5th May due to the Ascension holiday and many government offices will be closed on the 5th and 6th May. Interested in hiking? Take a look at some of the local hiking […]
A giant mirror has recently been installed behind Nyon railway station. This is part of a Mirrors exhibition in conjunction with HES (the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO). More details here Please note – Living in Nyon will now be taking a short break and the next post will be on Tuesday 2nd May.
Two home-grown pieces by the Geneva English Drama Society “Working Girl” by Béibhinn Regli and “A Business-Like Affair” by Bill Lloyd will be performed on the 29 and 30th of April, 2016. Full details see here Working Girl Sophie, a college student struggling to pay her way during the economic crisis in Ireland, decides to take an unusual part time job. Can […]
Need for Meat – a funny multi-layered self-questioning film about eating meat. Review by Suzy Nelson-Pollard Screening – Thursday the 21st of April, at 18:00. Tickets here Director Marijn Frank is a journalist based in Amsterdam, and due to her work, she is no stranger to meat factories. She understands the ethical issues behind eating meat, […]