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Board of Selectmen Calendar

  1. Board of Selectmen's Meeting

    January 25, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Donaldson Room, Town Offices

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Cemetery Commission

  1. Cemetery Commission

    January 17, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Town Offices Conference Room B

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Community Preservation Committee

  1. Community Preservation Committee

    January 19, 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Town Offices -2nd Floor Hearing Room

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Conservation Commission

  1. Conservation Commission Meeting

    January 25, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Conservation Department, Town Offices

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  2. Open Space and Recreation Plan Advisory Group Meeting

    January 26, 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM @ Town Offices

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Council on Aging

  1. WORLD HAND DRUMMING FOR FUN AND WELL BEING

    January 17, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Bemis Hall

    Hand drumming is a fun and unique way to express yourself and enhance well being that is sweeping the country! It’s a great way to spend enjoyable time with others, improve overall musical skills, and de-stress, relax, and feel more positive. Come try hand drumming in a special one-time, free demonstration workshop with acclaimed drummer Mike Connors from the Concord Conservatory of Music on Tuesday, January 17 at 9:30 am. No need to bring a drum! If there is interest, the COA will offer a spring class.

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  2. ENJOY A GOURMET LUNCHEON WITH FRIENDS OLD AND NEW!

    January 17, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Bemis Hall

    Lincolnites 60 and older are invited to enjoy a delicious gourmet meal with new friends and old at 11:30 on Tuesday, January 17 at St. Anne’s Church. Please reserve by calling the COA at (781) 259-8811 at least a week ahead even if you have previously attended. The cost of each meal is $5. Caregivers are welcome to come with those for whom they are caring. Let the COA know if you need transportation or a seating partner. The lunch is co-sponsored by the COA, the Friends of the COA, Minuteman Senior Services, Newbury Court, St. Anne’s, and the Lincoln Garden Club. A special dessert will be provided by the staff and children of the Magic Garden Children’s Center.

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  3. COFFEE WITH ARTIST DILLA GOOCH TINGLEY INSPIRATIONS

    January 17, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Bemis Hall

    Join artist Dilla Gooch Tingley at Coffee with the Artist at Bemis Hall on Tuesday January 17 at 2:30 pm to see her fabric wall hangings inspired by Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and The Group of Seven. The Group of Seven are Canadian landscape painters including Lawren Harris, J.E.H. MacDonald, A.Y. Jackson, Arthur Lismer, Frankin Carmichael, F.H. Varley and Frank Johnson who produced exciting paintings of the spectacular Canadian wilderness and who believed that art should permeate all our lives.

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  4. THE COA SCIENCE GROUP: THE EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE

    January 19, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Bemis Hall

    The evolution of science presents a number of fundamental questions. Join John Getsinger, an attorney who has studied mathematics, medicine, and science, as he explores three questions he finds particularly interesting on Thursday, January 19 at 10 am at Bemis Hall. (1) Foundations: How is science even possible? (The physics of thought.); (2) Dynamics: What makes the evolution of science possible? (Things change vs. ideas change); (3) Open Problems: Does science have to evolve in order to explain NASA's em-drive experiment? (Or, Wait, what happened to the action-reaction law?) If you have any thoughts on these questions you would be willing to share with John in advance, email him at jrgetsin@gmail.com.

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  5. “COFFEE WITH A COP”: SHARE CONCERNS AND IDEAS WITH THE LINCOLN POLICE

    January 19, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ Bemis Hall

    Come to Bemis Hall on Thursday, January 19 from 1 to 2:30 pm to meet privately with a Police Officer. Do you have a security concern regarding yourself, a family member, or neighbor? An idea for the Police should try? Would you like guidance about a situation? Come on down! No need to make an appointment. An officer will be at Bemis each third Thursday of the month.

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  6. BETTER RELATIONSHIPS FOR A BETTER LIFE

    January 20, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM @ Bemis Hall

    Having close friends and family can reduce stress and depression and even help you live longer. But our later years may bring challenges to our relationships when we move, after we retire, when friends and family become ill or pass away, or when we have trouble getting out to be with others. Come to Bemis Hall on Friday, January 20 at 9:30 when Claire Gerstein, a social worker, discusses the importance of healthy relationships, how we can improve the relationships we have, and find people with whom to form new ones. Whether you are feeling more isolated than you would like, or just want to learn more about the interconnection between health and relationships, come hear what Claire has to say and give your own thoughts and ideas!

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  7. A TRAVELER’S EYE VIEW OF JAPAN

    January 20, 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM @ Bemis Hall

    “Japan: Where tradition meets the future” is more than just the national tourism board slogan. Temples, Shrines, and Imperial history mixed with bullet trains, Harajuku Girls and anime to create a fascinating and unique place that should be on every traveler’s radar. Come to Bemis Hall on January 20 at 12:30 at Bemis Hall, when Peggy Dawson will share ideas and tips from her recent trip.

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  8. 2017 TOP OF THE TOWN WINTER GALA!

    January 21, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ deCordova Museum

    Are you planning to go to the Top of the Town Winter Gala on Saturday, January 21 from 5 to 8 pm at the deCordova Museum? If so, please send in the reservation form on the invitation mailed to you in December. The form must reach the FLCOA at PO Box 143, Lincoln, MA 01773 or Bemis Hall by January 12 to confirm your attendance. This is a catered party, and an accurate head count is important! Because there is a space limit of 200 persons, the FLCOA will start a wait list if replies reach that number. They request that you let them know promptly if you must cancel so they can notify the next person on the list. While the Friends of the Lincoln COA are pleased to host this event with free admission for Lincoln residents, they greatly appreciate your donations to show your support for this event.

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  9. LINCOLN ACADEMY: NANCY BERGEN AND SALLY KINDLEBERGER—ICELANDIC ADVENTURES ON HORSEBACK

    January 23, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM @ Bemis Hall

    Come to Bemis Hall on Monday, January 23, at 12:30 to hear Nancy Bergen and Sally Kindleberger discuss “Icelandic Adventure on Horseback.” Nancy Bergen and Sally Kindleberger share their adventures in Iceland last summer. Riding Icelandic horses through breathtaking forests and along a beautiful beach, taking a monumental hike, swimming in a "hot river" and seeing beautiful scenery including geysers and the largest falls in Europe are just some their experiences. Bring a bag lunch. The Council on Aging provides beverages and dessert. The lectures last about an hour, including a question and answer period. Participants are welcome to stay after the program to continue their discussion.

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  10. THE FIRESIDE CHAT: SAVING PLANET EARTH

    January 25, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Bemis Hall

    How helpful are limiting family size or veganism in our efforts to save the planet? Come join others in a lively but respectful discussion of this topic using questions and answers on Wednesday, January 25 at 10 am at Bemis Hall. The Fireside Chats happen once each month, on the fourth Wednesday at 10 am, and are facilitated by Sharon Antia. The purpose of the Fireside Chats is not to convince others of your opinion, but rather to share information and ideas so as to create dialogue and greater understanding.

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  11. HAVE A TAX PREP QUESTION?

    January 27, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Bemis Hall

    If you have a simple question about your taxes or preparation of your returns, come to Bemis Hall on January 27 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am when Packy Lawler will hold “Office Hours.” Packy is one of Lincoln’s highly trained AARP/IRS TaxAide counselors who provides free preparation of federal and state tax returns each year. Please call the COA at (781) 259-8811 to sign up for an appointment.

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  12. CELEBRATE THE GENERATIONS WITH KIDS AND SENIORS AT A CONCERT AND SING-ALONG FOR WINTER CARNIVAL!

    January 27, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Bemis Hall

    The LEAP After-School Program, the Lincoln Council on Aging, and the Magic Garden Children’s Center invite Lincoln residents of all ages to enjoy a free Multigenerational Concert and Sing-Along as part of the Winter Carnival on Friday, January 27 at 3:30 pm at Bemis Hall. The program will include singing groups from each of the three organizations and then a sing-along including all groups and the audience at the end. Members of the audience will enjoy favorite folk songs, children songs, and more! Then, audience members will join seniors and kids in a short sing-along of some songs that are beloved from childhood and others that are new and delightful! Don’t miss this wonderful event!

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  13. LINCOLN ACADEMY: DONALD L. HAFNER, CAPTAIN, LINCOLN MINUTE MEN—MARY FLINT HARTWELL AND THE ALARM ON APRIL 19, 1775

    January 30, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM @ Bemis Hall

    Come to Bemis Hall on Monday, January 30, at 12:30 to hear Donald L. Hafner, Captain of the Lincoln Minute Men, discuss “Mary Flint Hartwell and the Alarm on April 19, 1775.” Mary Flint Hartwell has a prominent role in local lore about the events of April 19, 1775. The most vivid version has Mary Hartwell carrying the alarm to her neighbor, Captain William Smith. This engaging version, however, is contradicted by older evidence. Still, she may be entitled to more, rather than less, credit in spreading the alert. Inaccuracies in the modern version therefore risk doing disservice to her role and courage on April 19th. Bring a bag lunch. The Council on Aging provides beverages and dessert. The lectures last about an hour, including a question and answer period. Participants are welcome to stay after the program to continue their discussion.

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HATS

  1. HATS Meeting

    January 26, 7:30 PM @ Donaldson Room, Town Offices

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Library

  1. Rock & Read

    January 17, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    A lively story program that combines books, music, and movement. Come prepared to dance!. Drop in Recommended for ages 3-5 but everyone is welcome!

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  2. Bogleheads® at the Lincoln Public Library

    January 18, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Learn the ins and outs of investing with Jerome Moisand from the Metro-West Boglehead® group. This session will cover Passive Investing Asset Allocation.

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  3. Lapsit storytimes

    January 19, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Story/ activity progrm for infants to 24 months using simple books, nursery & bouncing rhymes, music & puppetry. 6 Week session. Must register in advance

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  4. Books & Bites

    January 19, 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM @ Lincoln Public Library

    For kids in grade -4 6 who like to read & want to talk about what they are reading! Books available two weeks prior to meeting. Snacks provided. Meets every other Thursday. No registration required.

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  5. Friday Morning Book Group

    January 20, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    New members and drop ins welcome.Copies available at the front desk in various formats 2 weeks prior to meeting. This week's selection is Golfing with God by Roland Merullo

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  6. Terrific Twos

    January 20, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

    Story/activity program featuring stories, puppetry, music & movement for 2 year olds. Must register in advance.

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  7. Traditional Jazz Jam

    January 21, 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Time to put on your dancing shoes! Join us for a live jazz jam! Location alternates between the Library and Bemis Hall. Call/ check library website for location.

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  8. Rock & Read

    January 24, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    A lively story program that combines books, music, and movement. Come prepared to dance!. Drop in Recommended for ages 3-5 but everyone is welcome!

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  9. Write Stuff

    January 25, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Lincoln's own writer's group. Learn and share from other writers. Location aternates between Library and Bemis hall. Call library or check out website for location of each meeting.

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  10. Lapsit storytimes

    January 26, 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Story/ activity progrm for infants to 24 months using simple books, nursery & bouncing rhymes, music & puppetry. 6 Week session. Must register in advance

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  11. Protest at Standing Rock with Jason & Jessica Packineau

    January 26, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Lincoln residents Jason & Jessica Packineau will discuss their efforts at the Standing Rock Protest and the role of civil disobedience in modern day American life. Part of the Statewide Read in honor of Henry David Thoreau's bicentennial.

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  12. Terrific Twos

    January 27, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Story/activity program featuring stories, puppetry, music & movement for 2 year olds. Must register in advance.

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  13. Winter Carnival : Lindsay & Her Puppet Pals!

    January 29, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Lincoln Public Library

    Filled with silliness, active audience engagement, and unique larger than life Puppet Pals, this series of charming short stories will delight the young & young at heart. Drop in. For all ages.

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  14. Rock & Read

    January 31, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Lincoln Public Library

    A lively story program that combines books, music, and movement. Come prepared to dance!. Drop in Recommended for ages 3-5 but everyone is welcome!

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Parks and Recreation Department Calendar

  1. Parks and Recreation Committee Mtg

    January 23, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Parks and Recreation Office

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  2. Winter Carnival 2017

    January 26 - January 29 @ This is a weekend-long event. A full brochure will be available listing program, times, locations and fees!

    This is a weekend-long event. A full brochure will be available listing program, times, locations and fees!

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Planning Board Calendar

  1. Planning Board Meeting

    January 24, 7:00 PM @ Town Offices, Donaldson Room

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