Tag Archives : Living in Nyon


Going Local: Understanding the Swiss School System

Back in the summer, we posted a blog about the upcoming changes to the Swiss school system.   Now we can announce something even better:  Living in Nyon, together with Lloyds TSB and International Link are sponsoring a talk by Margaret Oertig, author of Going Local – Your Guide to Swiss Schooling.

The talk will take place on Monday, 01 October 2012 from 19:30-21:30 at the Global Union HQ in Nyon (parking La Combe) and will be followed by an Apero.  As space is limited, reservations are required.

Visit the official notice on the Living in Nyon website for full information about the event.  Members of Moms-in-Vaud who have children in the public system will likely be in attendance to answer questions during the Apero.

To RSVP contact the Event Co-ordinator –  Flurina by emailing flurina.knapp@lloyds bank.ch or calling 022 307 36 73.


Events for Kids 16 & 17 June 2012

If you are looking for something to do with the kids this warm June weekend, why not head to the shores of Lake Geneva to watch the 2012 Bol d’Or Mirabaud Regatta.

The opening ceremony starts Friday at 18:30 and the boats set sail Saturday morning at 10:00.   Over 600 boats are participating.  It’s sure to be a sight to see.

For the rest of the weekend, for budding horseback riders, equestrians and horse lovers, why not head to Signy and their Annual Concours Hippique, being held Saturday and Sunday in the equestrian fields across from Signy Centre.  Run by the Cercle Hippique de la Cote, there is on site food stands, equestrian goods, and of course the contest itself.

Parking is available (though the fields likely a bit damp from all the rain), so why not take the NSTCm train to L’Asse and then walk the 200m to the fields.

Young and old will enjoy the variety of horses and events.

 

For those of you further east in the La Cote area,  there is the Fete de la Musique in Morges.  Being held on Saturday, 16 June 2012 in the Parc des Sports in Morges.

The day opens at 10:00 with a chamber orchestra, but continues through several musical styles including Big Band, Jazz, Chanson francaise, Funk, Rock, Pop francophone, Country, Alternative, Blues, Punk Rock, Indie, Metal, Folk, and Electronica.

Nyon is also hosting a Fete de la Musique, starting Friday evening in the old town and along Rive.

Further afield in Lausanne?   Check out the LausanneMom blog for events in Lausanne. Sans kids?  Try the Living in Nyon Blog.   More ideas for this weekend and throughout the summer, try the Know-it-All guidebook and webpage.