We have been scouring other Swiss websites for a selection of news and articles that will interest Living in Nyon readers in our section called 1260+ (Nyon and beyond). Nyon News is at the end of this post
School holidays – Ûseful Dates – It’s the school holidays in Geneva this week and the following two weeks will be holidays in Vaud. If you want to see a comprehensive calendar of all school holiday dates, check out the excellent “Holiday Calendar” on the Know it All Passport website. Click here
World Radio Switzerland – Interesting Radio Interviews
Cold Spell – Interview
Kids in Mind – Programme
Helping children deal with their worries – Click here
Book about the Residents of Lausanne – Interview Interview with Laura Spinney, author of a book called Rue Centrale, which paints a portrait of Lausanne featuring interviews with 70 residents from all walks of life including bankers, prostitutes, train drivers, tango dancers, illegal immigrants an pillars of the community.
Dig it! – Gardening Programme – Click here
Growing your own detox fruit, vegetable and herbs
Lecture series in English at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Geneva
Articles in English on Swiss Wines– Geneva Lunch
Interested in knowing more about Swiss wines? The editor of Geneva Lunch has written many articles on Swiss wine under her blog called “Among the Vines” Click here
Article entitled “Swiss Roots – Home is where the Heart is”- Click here
Paléo – New Stage – called “Les Arches” Read all about this new stage at Paléo, to be launched at the festival this year. The competition to name the new stage received over 8500 different suggestions! This new stage that will take the place of the Chapiteau. See diagrame below.
Here are the results of the competition – 1. Scène des Arches: 2601 votes (36%), 2. Scène Woodstock : 2175 votes (30%), 3. Scène de la Dôle : 979 votes (14%), 4. Scène Bashung : 937 votes (13%), 5. Scène de l’Entrée : 488 votes (7%) More info on the Paléo website.
Finally, don’t forget the Living in Nyon column in English every Friday in La Côte newspaper. The paper for all your local news.