Photo above: Musicians playing outside post office in Nyon. Living in Nyon is delighted to announce that not only does it have a new writer (Francesca Brewer-Krebs) on the team, but it is also introducing a new section to the site for newly arrived expatriates. This section is called “Back to Basics” and will attempt to explain in simple terms […]
In March 2011 the the internet club of Nyon “Club Soft” (Société pour l’Ordinateur et les Férus de Technique) will celebrate its 20th year anniversary. The club was originally founded by Jean-Paul Henet, a French expatriate now living in Nyon. Mr Henet previously worked with IBM, Univac, Leasco, Itel, and was both European President of Greyhound Computer and CMI Corp. Mr Jean-Paul Henet Mr Henet […]
Webster University over in Bellevue near Geneva is seeking a temporary administrative assistant to start in February 2010. Details here. Photo in banner “Joyeux Noel” bread in bakery in Nyon. Photos below: Rive Christmas market in Nyon Sunday 5th December.
From time to time Living in Nyon features articles which are written by guest writers. For this post, Phillipe Martinet, a local deputy and councillor in Gland for the past 25 years, has written about his perspective on local Swiss politics. He sums up what he feels he has (or hasn’t!) achieved in the 25 years that he has been […]
Every two years the International Women’s Club of Nyon holds a charity bazaar in the Salle Communale in the centre of Nyon and this year it will take place on Saturday November 6th from 10:00 -16:00. This event is a big money raiser for Nyon, local and International charities. These charities include La Maison des Enfants à Nyon […]