A Happy New Year to all readers! Many of you will already have received the Living in Nyon Winter newsletter which was sent out in the first few days of January. The newsletter contains a summary of previous articles published on this site over the last few months plus the news that the site now […]
The lake’s temperature was a mere six degrees on Sunday but it didn’t stop quite a few brave souls going for a swim as part of the official inaugaration of the sauna (see post from 2nd January). There were those that swam in regular swimming costumes and those who dressed up to go in the water. The […]
The answer is Chief Almir from the Surui tribe in Brazil, and Nyon’s Paléo festival. For the past two summers, Chief Almir and some members of his tribe have been invited from Brazil to come to the Paléo music festival. where, with a stand run by the association Aquaverde, they have drawn attention to the destruction of […]
This Saturday it’s the fourth annual “lake cleaning day“when volunteers and divers spend the day retrieving various objects and artefacts from the water, from various points all along the lake including over in France. Check out the gallery of photos from previous years to see what the volunteers found!
Then the two film festivals coming up in Nyon are worth taking a look at. The first is the Festival du Film Vert (Green Film festival) and the second is an film festival on Archaeology. Both festivals include some films in English, or have subtitles in English. The Green film festival is on Saturday 28th […]