School’s Out for Summer! Living in Nyon will now be taking a short break but we’ll back for Paléo and will reporting every day from the grounds. See below for news about Paléo, and traffic restrictions near the town from the 3rd -14th July.
It was the annual children’s parade in Nyon on Thursday 29th June. Both children and teachers from Nyon primary schools took part and walked through the centre of town (in the pouring rain!) along with marching bands and headed by the town’s officials. See the Living in Nyon Facebook live videos of the event. This parade marks the end of the school term and the start of the summer holidays.
Check out the new large play area for children that has just opened in Nyon at the lake end of Place Perdtemps car park There’s a range of wooden seating, slides, a wendy house and sand for children to play in. There’s also a buvette next to the play area which will be open on Mondays from 17.00 – 22:00 Tuesday – Saturday 08:00 -22.00 and Sunday 08:00 – 17:00.
Paléo – note: Møme will replace Kaleo on Tuesday 18 July. The Icelandic band announced a few days ago they would be unable to perform at Paléo for medical reasons. If any festival-goers wish to return their tickets because of this replacement, they can do so via the official ticket forum or ticket market, open for business until 9 July.
One way traffic restrictions in Alfred Cortot from 3- 14 July. The road surface is being replaced to reduce road noise and improve the quality of life for residents. Traffic will be permitted only in the direction of the town. A deviation will be in place for traffic in the other direction via the Route de Divonne.