A new season is on the way!
Are you ready for the color of the flowers in Lynden?
With over 30 restaurants, bakeries and coffee shops in Lynden, you can have a taste bud adventure! With ethnic foods from Dutch, German, Asian, Mexican, just o name a few, and even regional delights such as southern barbeque, seafood of the Northwest and the tasty and terrific good ol' American Burger, you will not want for variety and selection!
How about sharing the memories of your youth at the Lynden Skateway? Maybe the younger crowd needs to burn off some energy at the Lynden City Park Million Smiles Playground, featuring over 25 different activities to work the body and mind.
For a less strenuous but educational and just as fun adventure, set aside a couple hours to wander through the Lynden Pioneer Museum. Bringing a sample of history from all over the Northwest, see Native American artifacts, buggys, cars and re-creations of both pioneer living as well as a walkable street of what downtown Lynden looked like in the early days!
Many interesting and exciting things will be happening in Lynden in 2013! If you are a visitor or hometown product, take some time and enjoy what Lynden has to offer. After all, it is all right here in Lynden!
May Featured Business of the Month
Do you know what is happening in the Lynden community? What is going on with city government? How about our great local schools, both public and private? Sales to save you money?
Since 1914, the Lewis family has been keeping area residents as well as "long-distance-Lyndenites" in the loop regarding their community with the award-winning Lynden Tribune. While the formal name is the Lynden Tribune and Print Company, most residents turn to the Lynden Tribune's weekly publication to find out the details of community stories both big and small. In addition to the weekly paper, current owners Michael and MaryJo Lewis and their team offer a wide variety of services to Pacific Northwest businesses. Creating everything from calendars to brochures to newletters, the Lynden Tribune and Print Company can take care of every printing need you may have.
Using a 8-unit Goss press, backed up by an experienced staff of professionals in both the printing and design department, the yearly Lynden Chamber of Commerce Community Directory is produced along with a myriad of other quality publications.
Reporting the history of Lynden while being a part of the history of Lynden has been a passion of the Lewis family since Sol Lewis first took over the Lynden Tribune in 1914. Early editions of the paper were filled with world news as well as tidbits about community members' travels, guests who were visiting the area and, of course, advertisements for everything from house kits to socks, shoes and "women's wear".
Our congratulations to the Lewis family for 100 years of local ownership along with keeping Lynden-ites where ever they may be in the know!