Here are a few suggestions on what to do around the town over the next few days.
Wander around Nyon and check out the fountains which have been decorated by local groups and associations. Also take a look at some of the lovely flowers around the area. Don’t forget the Tulip Festival in Morges.
Head off to the Musée du Léman by the lake side. It will be open all this Easter weekend from 10:00 -17:00 non-stop. This recently been renovated and is great for family visits. Read a review here on the Geneva Family Diaries blog.
Over at the Château de Prangins there is a new exhibition called “Paper Cuts”. This exhibition focuses on contemporary paper cuts and there will be demonstrations of paper cutting on Sundays from 14:30 to 16:30. Read all about it here (in English) on the museum’s own site.
Sunday 20th April the CGN ferry service will be offering special Easter lunches on board departing from various embarkation points on the lake. See here
Cinema Nyon and Aubonne
The Monday movie in English at Nyon cinema at 20:30 will be “Nebraska”. This is the story of a tempestuous Missouri father who’s convinced he’s won a million dollar magazine sweepstakes, and his son who grudgingly agrees to drive him to Nebraska to claim his winnings.
Aubonne – Saturday 19 April 17:30 and Sunday 20 April at 20:30 The film “Her” starring Scarlett Johansson. Full cinema details here
Church Services in English
La Côte Church in Gingins – Special services and times over the Easter Period See here
Westlake Church in Nyon – See here